Calaveras Quarters

Calaveras Quarters

Stockton, CA


Type of Development

Affordable permanent supportive housing for the homeless

Year Built


Development Profile

68 one-bedroom units

1 one-bedroom manager’s units

Unit Size

69 units

Total Building

2 three-story buldings


Housing for youth, individuals, and families experiencing chronic homelessness and homeless youth.

The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) is excited to announce a major conversion project that will transform a 121 room motel into 68 larger one-bedroom apartment units in an effort to provide permanent housing for those experiencing chronic homelessness, homeless youth and youth at-risk of homelessness. The 2.14 acre parcel located on March Lane will have 11 ADA ground floor units and 7 units designated for the hearing and visually impaired. The newly converted property will also have a community room, laundry facilities, and substantial assigned parking for residents.

Partners for this project include Parents by Choice, Aspirant, Lutheran Social Services of Northern California, Mary Magdalene Community Service, STAND and Children’s home of Stockton. These partners will provide case management, life skills training, behavioral health services, education and employment services, legal assistance, parenting classes and addiction recovery services for the residents of Calaveras Quarters.

Funding for this project has been provided by HomeKey Program, Round 2, in the amount of $24 .9 million and additional funding has been secured by the City of Stockton American Rescue Plan (ARPA) in the amount of $6.5 million.

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