FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS

GUADALUPE

Guadalupe Court
4202 11th Street, Guadalupe

Housing for Farmworkers

Guadalupe Court will provide affordable housing for farmworkers and their families in the City of Guadalupe and will be the first LEED-certified property in the city. This three-acre site is transforming into a community with 38 rental units, and includes a courtyard, barbecue area, playground, and community center. Once complete, residents will have access to many of PSHH’s site-based programs such as after-school tutoring and college prep.

Full Flyer/Folleto Completo | Application/Solicitud

Applications are now available for Guadalupe Court. Primary applicants must earn a substantial portion of income from farm labor (more than $5,753 per year), and be a citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States.

Applications are available in-person from a dropbox outside Riverview Townhomes, located at 230 Calle Cesar E. Chavez, Guadalupe, CA, by email at gc@pshhc.org, and online, linked above. Questions regarding the application process or the future housing can be emailed to gc@pshhc.org.

COMING SOON – EARLY 2020

SANTA MARIA

Sierra Madre Cottages
665 Sierra Madre Avenue, Santa Maria

Housing for Seniors

Connected by walking paths, this more than two-acre development in Santa Maria was developed in collaboration with Bethel Lutheran Church and, when completed, will house residents age 62 and over. It is conveniently located near services, shopping, public transportation, and recreation facilities. The property will provide a community center, communal garden, and energy efficient features such as increased insulation and tankless water heaters. Additionally, residents will be able to access onsite supportive services at no cost.

Full Flyer/Folleto Completo | Application/Solicitud

Applications are now available for Sierra Madre Cottages. Head of household must be 62 years or older.

Applications are available from a dropbox outside the office of Mariposa Townhomes, located at 290 Parkview South in Orcutt, CA; by email at smc@pshhc.org,  or online, linked above. You can also receive a mailed application by calling (805) 318-7828. Questions regarding the application process or the future housing can be emailed to smc@pshhc.org or made by phone to (805) 318-7828. Applications must be received by Friday, April 17 to be eligible for the lottery; those received after that date will be placed on a waiting list.

COMING SOON – EARLY 2020

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