In The News

MHC resident at 7th and H

Permanent supportive housing (PSH) combines affordable housing and supportive services designed to meet the unique and heightened needs of the most vulnerable: people that have experienced chronic homelessness, individuals struggling with mental health and/or addiction, and those with other barriers to housing. According to the Corporation for Supportive Housing, studies in six different states and

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Erika Villablanca, MHC Developer

Born in a small town in Nicaragua, Erika, her mother, and siblings were forced to flee their home country after the outbreak of civil war in the 1970s. Her mother was fearful that her two teenage sons would be taken by the government or by the rebels to fight in the conflict. The family flew

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Ford Fish Mercy Housing California Board Member

Ford Fish joined the Mercy Housing California (MHC) Board of Directors in 2015. He was the chair of MHC’s Real Estate Committee during a time of unprecedented growth for Mercy Housing California. A San Francisco native, Ford has 40 years of experience in real estate and construction project management. Ford tells us why he is

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Illinois Deputy Governor Sol Flores Provides Keynote Address to 350 Chicago-Area Community Leaders Who Support Regional Affordable Housing Initiatives CHICAGO – Mercy Housing Lakefront hosted its annual Moving Forward Together Gala at the Chicago Hyatt Regency Hotel to celebrate significant milestones in advancing its mission to bring affordable housing and supportive services to thousands of

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It’s Energy Efficiency Day 2019! This is a special day for Mercy Housing because energy efficiency is tied to our core values of respect, justice, and mercy. Using less energy shows respect for future generations, keeping our properties sustainable is merciful to the planet, and saving residents money on utilities is just. Energy Efficiency …

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Sunnydale HOPE SF begins construction on second affordable family building at historic mixed-income development San Francisco, CA — Mayor London N. Breed today celebrated the groundbreaking of Sunnydale Block 6, a six-story building that will provide 167 permanently affordable homes for low-income families, including 125 apartments set aside for Sunnydale residents living in public housing.

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Live In Hope Luncheon

Be a part of something special this fall! Join us for a delicious luncheon and learn how Mercy Housing Southwest is building hope, one community at a time. You may have heard of Mercy Housing’s annual Live in Hope fundraiser in Denver. Good news, we’re now taking it to Phoenix! Mark your calendars for Wednesday,

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Holly Park Re-Dedication

If you have ever lived through a home improvement project, you understand the excitement residents are feeling at Holly Park Apartments now that renovations are complete! Today, they’re enjoying their newly renovated homes. After a two-year renovation, Holly Park Apartments in Commerce City, CO, celebrated its new look last month with a rededication ceremony, ribbon

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BackPacks on Display at Drive

As memories of splashing at the pool and eating frozen treats start to melt away, young residents bid farewell to another summer of fun as they start back to school. While beginning a new school year is often filled with lots of anticipation and excitement, it can also be a time of stress and financial

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veteran saluting

September 24, is National Voter Registration Day. This is a special day for affordable housing advocates, residents, and the entire country. We’re lucky to live in a place where we can voice our opinions through ballot boxes, but to do that, you must be registered to vote. We’ve collected all the information you’ll need to

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