Park Center Apartments

Park Center

Stockton, CA

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Type of Development

Affordable permanent supportive housing for the homeless

Year Built

1962 and renovated 1980’s

Development Profile

2 studio units

47 one-bedroom units

1 two-bedroom unit

1 two-bedroom manager’s unit

Unit Size

51 units

Summary

Provide Housing for Individuals and Families Experiencing Homelessness and Mental Illness

The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) is proud to announce a partnership with San Joaquin Behavioral Health Services (SJCBHS), under which permanent, supportive housing for the homeless will be developed. Individuals experiencing homelessness, chronic homelessness, are at risk of chronic homelessness, and who are also in need of mental health services can qualify for an affordable home in one of the planned 50 units.

In order to complete this crucial project, HACSJ and SJCBHS will be applying for Multifamily Housing Program (MHP) funds in September 2022 and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) in March 2023. HACSJ will provide Housing Choice Project-Based Voucher rental assistance for the 50 units, and SJCBHS will provide supportive services for the residents

Build / Funding

SJCBHS, through the Mental Health Services Act, was awarded a grant in the amount of $1.8 million to acquire the lot at 39 West Park Street and the commercial building located at 709 N. Center Street and 21 West Park Street. HACSJ and SJCBHS will apply for MHP funds in September 2022 and LIHTC in March 2023. HACSJ will provide the subsidy through the Housing Choice Project-Based Voucher rental assistance. SJCBHS will provide supportive services to residents. SJCBHS, through the Mental Health Services Act, was awarded a grant in the amount of $1.8 million to acquire the lot at 39 West Park Street and the commercial building located at 709 N. Center Street and 21 West Park Street.

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