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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Wellness Center receives grant from State of California
Today the Wellness Center received a grant of $15 million from the State of California for construction of the Respite Center building. We are grateful to Attorney General Bonta, Senator…
APC submits design review application for senior housing
Following a reuse assessment that included exploratory demo, our engineers and design team concluded that the buildings could not be appropriate rehabbed and so we launched a new design process,…
APC undertakes Exploratory Investigation of Senior Building
Beginning on November 10th, and lasting a few days, BBI construction will be doing some exploratory investigation of structural elements in the senior living building. A detailed Scope of Work…
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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