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Benton Veterans Village

Project Type: Acquisition/Historic Rehabilitation & New Construction

Project Description: Rehabilitation of historic 1940s firehouse and construction of 6 apartments for homeless veterans

Total Project Cost: $2,249,444

CHSC purchased the dilapidated SRFD substation from the City of Santa Rosa and rehabilitated the building, retaining its original historic character and layout, including the firetruck parking bay and barracks, which now houses the Peer Manager.  Six new one-bedroom apartments are home to veterans and their families. Supportive services are provided by Veterans Administration HUD-VASH staff and staff from COTS. Santa Rosa Firefighters L1401 completely furnished the units, assembled all furniture, and donated a pool table for the community space in the parking bay.
Many community donors, including several veterans, helped furnish the firehouse and patio area.

Project Type: Acquisition/Historic Rehabilitation & New Construction

Project Description: Rehabilitation of historic 1940s firehouse and construction of 6 apartments for homeless veterans.

Total Project Cost: $2,249,444

CHSC purchased the dilapidated SRFD substation from the City of Santa Rosa and rehabilitated the building, retaining its original historic character and layout, including the firetruck parking bay and barracks, which now houses the Peer Manager.  Six new one-bedroom apartments are home to veterans and their families. Supportive services are provided by Veterans Administration HUD-VASH staff and staff from COTS. Santa Rosa Firefighters L1401 completely furnished the units, assembled all furniture, and donated a pool table for the community space in the parking bay.  Many community donors, including several veterans, helped furnish the firehouse and patio area.

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 14 tiny homes for homeless veterans

Total Project Cost: $2,668,851

CHSC was selected by the County of Sonoma to develop this innovative pilot project, serving homeless veterans in tiny houses on the county campus. Each is 250 square feet and fully accessible. Fully furnished, each house includes a full-size bed with linens, built-in desk/table, a chair, built-in dresser, accessible closet, accessible bathroom with roll-in shower, and a fully outfitted kitchenette. The tiny houses have welcoming porches. Supportive services are provided by Veterans Administration HUD-VASH staff. Contractor and Veteran Michael Wolff and his company donated profound amounts of material and labor to the project.  Dozens of community donors supported the construction, landscape and furnishing of the units. Supervisor Shirlee Zane stalwartly championed the project with critical support from Congressman Mike Thompson.

John Zane and Michael Wolff Veterans Village

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 14 tiny homes for homeless veterans

Total Project Cost: $2,668,851

CHSC was selected by the County of Sonoma to develop this innovative pilot project, serving homeless veterans in tiny houses on the county campus. Each is 250 square feet and fully accessible. Fully furnished, each house includes a full-size bed with linens, built-in desk/table, a chair, built-in dresser, accessible closet, accessible bathroom with roll-in shower, and a fully outfitted kitchenette. The tiny houses have welcoming porches. Supportive services are provided by Veterans Administration HUD-VASH staff. Contractor and Veteran Michael Wolff and his company donated profound amounts of material and labor to the project.  Dozens of community donors supported the construction, landscape and furnishing of the units. Supervisor Shirlee Zane stalwartly championed the project with critical support from Congressman Mike Thompson.

Robinson House

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: 14 beds of transitional housing for homeless veterans

Total Project Cost: $1,139,851

Robinson House, a large ranch-style home, was acquired and significantly rehabilitated for homeless veterans transitioning from drug and alcohol treatment. The program allows veterans to live in the house for up to two years while they get back on their feet.  Nation’s Finest provides supportive services. The house was entirely furnished by generous community donors.

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: 14 beds of transitional housing for homeless veterans

Total Project Cost: $1,139,851

Robinson House, a large ranch-style home, was acquired and significantly rehabilitated for homeless veterans transitioning from drug and alcohol treatment. The program allows veterans to live in the house for up to two years while they get back on their feet.  Nation’s Finest provides supportive services. The house was entirely furnished by generous community donors.

Project Type: 
Phase One: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation
Phase Two: Ownership transfer to CHSC

Project Description: Condominium for individuals and veterans living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $383,736

Phase One: NAMI Sonoma County contracted with CHSC to acquire and rehabilitate Freedom Lane which using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.

Phase Two: In 2018, CHSC acquired this property from NAMI Sonoma County and provides shared housing for homeless individuals and homeless veterans living with behavioral health challenges.

Freedom Lane

Project Type: 
Phase One: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Condominium for individuals and veterans living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $383,736

Phase One: NAMI Sonoma County contracted with CHSC to acquire and rehabilitate Freedom Lane which using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.

Phase Two: In 2018, CHSC acquired this property from NAMI Sonoma County and provides shared housing for homeless individuals and homeless veterans living with behavioral health challenges.

FIFE CREEK COMMONS

Project Type: New Construction
 
Project Description: Multifamily, 48-unit affordable housing development with twenty-four set aside units for persons with mental illness, HIV-AIDS and other disabling conditions
 
Total Project Cost: $19,980,855
 
Community Housing Sonoma County collaborated with Burbank Housing Development Corporation in the development and ownership of this new multifamily, affordable housing development, providing permanent supportive housing options to twenty-four disabled individuals and low-income families through a set aside of units.
 

Project Type: New Construction


Project Description:
 Multifamily, 48-unit affordable housing development with 24 set-aside units for individuals living with behavioral health challenges, HIV-AIDS, and other disabling conditions

Total Project Cost: $19,980,855

CHSC collaborated with Burbank Housing as a general partner in the development and ownership of Guerneville’s first county-funded multi-family, affordable housing development. The development provides permanent supportive housing apartments to 24 individuals living with disabling conditions and low-income families through a set aside of units.

This development is the first of its kind in the lower Russian River area that provides a 55-year regulatory agreement, thereby insuring the property serves low-income people and those living with disabling conditions for at least 55 years.

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 24-unit supportive housing complex for single-parent families and for individuals living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $12,684,798

As a general partner, CHSC, along with Burbank Housing, developed Vida Nueva, or “New Life,” a permanent supportive housing complex providing affordable housing and support services to formerly homeless families and individuals living with behavioral health challenges. A broad spectrum of services support tenant needs, including employment readiness, parenting education, and money management.

VIDA NUEVA

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 24-unit supportive housing complex for single-parent families and for individuals living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $12,684,798

As a general partner with Burbank Housing, CHSC helped create this multifamily rental development for low-income individuals and families, living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as agricultural workers. Additionally, residents living with disabling conditions have vocational employment opportunities directly across the street in Sonoma County’s first open space “urban farm” on a publicly designated open space property.

LARKFIELD OAKS

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 56-unit multifamily affordable housing with 14 units dedicated to agricultural workers and their families, and 7 units for people with mental or developmental disabilities.

Total Project Cost: $14,260,908

As a general partner with Burbank Housing, CHSC helped create this multifamily rental development for low-income individuals and families, living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as agricultural workers. Additionally, residents living with disabling conditions have vocational employment opportunities directly across the street in Sonoma County’s first open space “urban farm” on a publicly designated open space property.

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: 56-unit multifamily affordable housing with 14 units dedicated to agricultural workers and their families, and 7 units for individuals living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Total Project Cost: $14,260,908

As a general partner with Burbank Housing, CHSC helped create this multifamily rental development for low-income individuals and families, living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as agricultural workers. Additionally, residents living with disabling conditions have vocational employment opportunities directly across the street in Sonoma County’s first open space “urban farm” on a publicly designated open space property.

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: Multifamily, 68-unit affordable housing development with 10 set-aside units for individuals living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities

Total Project Cost: $11,386,510

As general partner, CHSC supported and helped to coordinate Burbank Housing’s efforts with Buckelew Programs to target 5 units at Carrillo Place for people living with behavioral health challenges; and with North Bay Housing Coalition to target 10 units for people living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Carrillo Place

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: Multifamily, 68-unit affordable housing development with 10 set-aside units for individuals living with behavioral health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities

Total Project Cost: $11,386,510

As general partner, CHSC supported and helped to coordinate Burbank Housing’s efforts with Buckelew Programs to target 5 units at Carrillo Place for people living with behavioral health challenges; and with North Bay Housing Coalition to target 10 units for people living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Humboldt Apartments

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description:  Multifamily, 52-unit affordable housing

Total Project Cost: $13,777,000

CHSC serves as managing partner with Hugh Futrell Corporation on this downtown Santa Rosa affordable apartment complex.  Low-income individuals and families reside above office-space located on the ground floor.

Located in downtown Santa Rosa, Humboldt Apartments is within walking distance to many businesses and public spaces, including Old Courthouse Square.

Project Type: New Construction

Project Description: Multifamily, 52-unit affordable housing

Total Project Cost: $13,777,000

CHSC serves as managing partner with Hugh Futrell Corporation on this downtown Santa Rosa affordable apartment complex.  Low-income individuals and families reside above office-space located on the ground floor.

Located in downtown Santa Rosa, Humboldt Apartments is within walking distance to many businesses and public spaces, including Old Courthouse Square.

Project Type: Preservation

Project Description: 15-unit licensed residential care facility for women living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $85,000

CHSC facilitated the purchase of this property from a private owner/operator. Community Support Network provides full time services at Brown Street designed to meet individual resident needs. The program empowers residents to maintain stability within a community setting while striving toward maximum independent living.

Brown Street

Project Type: Preservation

Project Description: 15-unit licensed residential care facility for women living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $85,000

CHSC facilitated the purchase of this property from a private owner/operator. Community Support Network provides full time services at Brown Street designed to meet individual resident needs. The program empowers residents to maintain stability within a community setting while striving toward maximum independent living.

Hearn House

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: 15-bed transitional housing development for homeless veterans and a duplex for two homeless veterans to live more independently

Total Project Cost: $2,860,656

In partnership with Nation’s Finest, CHSC acquired and rehabilitated a 15-bed facility and a duplex on three acres in southwest Santa Rosa for homeless veterans.  

Phase I rehabilitated an old residential care facility. Phase II is in progress and will provide 32 units of shared supportive housing for homeless veterans in four houses with four accessory dwelling units.

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: 15-bed transitional housing development for homeless veterans and a duplex for two homeless veterans to live more independently

Total Project Cost: $2,860,656

In partnership with Nation’s Finest, CHSC acquired and rehabilitated a 15-bed facility and a duplex on three acres in southwest Santa Rosa for homeless veterans.  

Phase I rehabilitated an old residential care facility. Phase II is in progress and will provide 32 units of shared supportive housing for homeless veterans in four houses with four accessory dwelling units.

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Total Project Cost: $399,829

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Appletree Lane. Santa Rosa Housing Authority funded the project. North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to two tenants who formerly resided at Sonoma Developmental Center. Each tenant receives a rental subsidy from North Bay Regional Center, which is applied to the tenant’s rent thereby lowering monthly living expenses.

AppleTree Lane

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Total Project Cost: $399,829

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Appletree Lane. Santa Rosa Housing Authority funded the project. North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to two tenants who formerly resided at Sonoma Developmental Center. Each tenant receives a rental subsidy from North Bay Regional Center, which is applied to the tenant’s rent thereby lowering monthly living expenses.

Quimby Drive

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for three individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities 

Total Project Cost: $45,372

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Quimby Drive. The development used Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.  

North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to three individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for three individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities 

Total Project Cost: $45,372

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Quimby Drive. The development used Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.  

North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to three individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Total Project Cost: $50,201

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Lombard Way. The development was funded using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses. 

North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Lombard Way

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Total Project Cost: $50,201

North Bay Housing Coalition contracted with CHSC as consulting developer on the acquisition and rehabilitation of Lombard Way. The development was funded using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses. 

North Bay provides permanent supportive housing to two individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Kearny Court

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for veterans living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $83,250

Phase One: NAMI Sonoma County contracted with CHSC to acquire and rehabilitate Kearny Court, using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.  This project was accomplished with extensive volunteer time and materials as well as a generous grant from the City of Petaluma’s CDBG program.

Phase Two: In 2018, CHSC acquired this property from NAMI Sonoma County and provides shared housing to homeless individuals and homeless veterans living with behavioral health challenges.

Project Type: Developer Services for Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Single family home for veterans living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $83,250

Phase One: NAMI Sonoma County contracted with CHSC to acquire and rehabilitate Kearny Court, using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds for acquisition of foreclosed or abandoned houses.  This project was accomplished with extensive volunteer time and materials as well as a generous grant from the City of Petaluma’s CDBG program.

Phase Two: In 2018, CHSC acquired this property from NAMI Sonoma County and provides shared housing to homeless individuals and homeless veterans living with behavioral health challenges.

Project Type: Co-Sponsor

Project Description: Shared housing for four homeless individuals living with psychiatric disabilities in one 4-bedroom house

Total Project Cost: $751,612

Manor House is a HUD-funded 811 shared housing property that provides housing and services individuals living with behavioral health challenges. Buckelew Programs and CHSC co-sponsored the property including the transfer of the house from the former sponsor, Face to Face, to Buckelew and CHSC, as well as minor rehabilitation. The development includes a single-family home and a large garden.

Manor House

Project Type: Co-Sponsor

Project Description: Shared housing for four homeless individuals living with psychiatric disabilities in one 4-bedroom house

Total Project Cost: $751,612

Manor House is a HUD-funded 811 shared housing property that provides housing and services individuals living with behavioral health challenges. Buckelew Programs and CHSC co-sponsored the property including the transfer of the house from the former sponsor, Face to Face, to Buckelew and CHSC, as well as minor rehabilitation. The development includes a single-family home and a large garden.

McMinn Avenue

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Shared housing for 8 individuals living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $1,065,399

McMinn Avenue is a four-plex located in southwest Santa Rosa. Designed as shared housing, and utilizing an operating subsidy through the Mental Health Services Act and supportive services provided by Telecare, each two-bedroom apartment enables two unrelated adults to live independently in the community with services.

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: Shared housing for 8 individuals living with behavioral health challenges

Total Project Cost: $1,065,399

McMinn Avenue is a four-plex located in southwest Santa Rosa. Designed as shared housing, and utilizing an operating subsidy through the Mental Health Services Act and supportive services provided by Telecare, each two-bedroom apartment enables two unrelated adults to live independently in the community with services.

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: A single family home providing shared housing for 8 eight chronically homeless individuals living with behavioral health challenges.

Total Project Cost: $632,953

Mill Street houses 8 eight homeless individuals in shared housing in downtown Guerneville. This converted historic home was elevated and has two living floors with four bedrooms on each level. The property includes a large garden area. West County Community Services is the service provider for this property.

Mill Street

Project Type: Acquisition & Rehabilitation

Project Description: A single family home providing shared housing for 8 eight chronically homeless individuals living with behavioral health challenges.

Total Project Cost: $632,953

Mill Street houses 8 eight homeless individuals in shared housing in downtown Guerneville. This converted historic home was elevated and has two living floors with four bedrooms on each level. The property includes a large garden area. West County Community Services is the service provider for this property.