Nonprofit, public and health care partners working together to create a Center to care for homeless seniors and individuals with acute medical needs. Caring for Vulnerable Elders & Homeless Individuals with Health Conditions in Alameda County
Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) has been awarded federal surplus property near Crab Cove for the proposed project.
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After an extensive outreach and due diligence process, APC has selected Mercy Housing as its development partner for the project. Mercy has extensive experience in housing and service development for low-income…
Today, APC submitted an Environmental Analysis to the Dept. of Health and Human Services for the McKay Ave. Project. Submission of the EA was the last step necessary prior to…
Kaiser announced today that they are investing $200 million towards solutions to end homelessness in the Bay Area, with a particular focus on ending elder homelessness. In announcing the investment,…
Clients will improve their health, housing status and quality of life in a dignified and supportive community environment.
The surrounding neighborhood will benefit from the transformation of vacant buildings into well-designed, landscaped and attractive facilities.
Health care providers will improve homeless patient health outcomes and attain cost savings through reduced hospital readmissions, emergency room utilization & unnecessary skilled nursing placements.
Outreach, support and emergency supplies for City of Alameda residents experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis. Housing placement services to connect clients to safe and suitable housing.
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