Ashtabula Homes

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HFL Ashtabula Homes is a new construction, 21 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent living environment with supportive services. This development is located in Pasadena, California and opened its doors on October 15, 2003.

The apartments contain one bedroom, living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, visitor’s lounge, community and activity room, laundry, landscaped garden area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. A qualified case manager meets with residents and assists them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

Birch Grove Apartments

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HFL Birch Grove Apartments is located in Norwalk, California on the grounds of Metropolitan State Hospital, adjacent to HFL Cedar Street Homes and HFL Elm Street Apartments. It opened its doors on March 21, 2007. Birch Grove was rehabilitated from a vacant historical building into 20 studio apartments for homeless persons with mental illness.

The apartments are fully furnished, with living room/ bedroom area and bath. There is a shared kitchen and dining area. There’s a guard gate at the main entry, visitor’s lounge, laundry, landscaped outdoor area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phone and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

HFL Birch Grove Apartments was awarded the Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH) Project of the Year Award in the Special Needs Category for 2007. Birch Grove also received the 2008 National Award of Merit from the National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO).

Elm Street Apartments

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HFL Elm Street Apartments is located in Norwalk, California on the grounds of Metropolitan State Hospital, adjacent to HFL Cedar Street Homes and HFL Birch Grove Apartments. It opened its doors on March 14, 2007. Elm Street was rehabilitated from a vacant historical building into 14 studio units for homeless mentally ill persons, and one one-bedroom manager’s unit.

The units are fully furnished, with living room and bedroom area. There is a shared kitchen, dining area and bathrooms. There’s a guard gate at the main entry, visitor’s lounge, laundry, landscaped outdoor area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phone.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

HFL Elm Street Apartments was awarded the Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH) Project of the Year Award in the Special Needs Category for 2007. Elm Street also received the 2008 National Award of Merit from the National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO).

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Encanto Court

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Homes for Life Foundation partnered with NationalCORE to develop affordable housing for seniors, where a percentage served are seniors with mental illness. A qualified case manager meets with residents to assist them with accessing community resources to meet individual program needs.

The 62 one-bedroom units are located in Los Angeles, California. They have a secured entry and are fully furnished with living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, private patio, outside storage area, and marked parking. A wide range of services are provided and coordinated for residents.

Garden Villa Homes

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HFL Garden Villa Homes is a new construction, 25 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent environment with supportive services. This development is located in North Hollywood, California and opened its doors on November 1, 1998.

These studio apartments contain a living/dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, underground parking, community and activity room, laundry, landscaped garden patio, and a rooftop patio area.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A full-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

Palms Court

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HFL Palms Court is a new construction, 21 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent environment with supportive services. This development is located in the Palms area of West Los Angeles, California and opened its doors on October 1, 1999.

The apartments contain one bedroom, living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, visitor’s lounge, community and activity room, laundry, landscaped patio area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. A qualified case manager meets with residents and assists them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

HFL Palms Court was awarded the Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH) Project of the Year Award for 2000.

Sequoia Apartments

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HFL Sequoia Apartments is a new construction, 25 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent environment with supportive services. This development is located in Van Nuys, California and opened its doors on June 13, 2014. Homes for Life Foundation and Little Tokyo Service Center co-sponsored the project, which was awarded HUD 811 funding and HUD Supportive Housing Program funding in 2011.

The apartments contain one bedroom, living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, visitor’s lounge, community and activity room, laundry, rooftop garden area, outdoor landscaped area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

Van Nuys Apartments

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HFL Van Nuys Apartments is a new construction, 15 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent environment with supportive services. This development is located in Van Nuys, California and opened its doors on January 16, 2006.

The apartments contain one bedroom, living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, visitor’s lounge, community and activity room, laundry, rooftop garden area, outdoor landscaped area, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.

Vanowen Apartments

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HFL Vanowen Apartments is a new construction, 25 unit apartment building for residents who are able to live in an independent environment with supportive services. This development is located in Van Nuys, California and opened its doors on March 16, 2009.

The apartments contain one bedroom, living and dining area, full kitchen, bath, and are fully furnished. There’s a secured entry, visitor’s lounge, community and activity room, laundry, landscaped front and patio area for socialization, and marked parking.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent. Residents are responsible for their own phones and utilities.

A part-time residential manager is responsible for routine maintenance. Qualified case managers meet with residents and assist them with locating community resources to meet individual program needs.