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Housing Opportunities for People with Mental Illness
Source:  NAMI-Sacramento

YOLO COUNTY
Affordable Housing in Davis
 
A list of affordable housing on the City of Davis website.  Contact each affordable housing project separately.  Meet the individual requirements to be put on waiting lists. 

You can find more information about affordable housing in Davis at:
city-managers-office.cityofdavis.org/housing-and-human-services/affordable-housing-program
Affordable Housing in Davis
Affordable Housing in Yolo County
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Cesar Chavez Plaza (Davis)
 
One bedroom apartment complex in downtown Davis. 35% of the apartments are set aside for people with disabilities. As of 4/8/07, rents are expected to range from $250 to $650, depending on household income. There is a long waiting list.
www.community.coop/davis/ccp/
(916) 561-0323
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CHOC Community Housing Opportunities Corporation --  (Davis)
 
Affordable rental housing and single-family homes for very low, low and Moderate Income Households.
www.chochousing.org
490 Drew Avenue Suite 160  Davis, CA  95618

 

530-757-4444
530-757-4454

sslover@chochousing.org
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Dos Pinos Housing Cooperative (Davis)
 
Affordable housing cooperative with one to three bedroom units for purchase.
www.community.coop/davis/dospinos/Flyer.htm
(530) 758-2550
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Eleaner Roosevelt Housing (Davis)
 
One-bedroom apartments for seniors over age 62 with up to 120% of the median income. As of 4/8/07, rents range from $250 up to $875 depending on the household income level.
www.community.coop/davis/erc/
(530) 753-3400
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Yolo County Limited Housing Support Service
 
 Provides housing support for mentally ill adults with a history of homelessness.
www.tpcp.org/pathways
Please contact the Yolo County Dept. of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services first at (916) 375-6350.
  Sandra Sigrist, Program Director   sandrasigrist@tpcp.org
Pacifico Student Housing Cooperative (Davis)
 
Affordable, family style co-op housing for graduate or undergraduate students attending University of California at Davis and other schools in Davis and Sacramento.
daviswiki.org/pacifico_student_cooperative_housing
(530) 297-1222
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Pine Tree Gardens (Davis)
 

Pine Tree Gardens is a Turning Point program offering out-patient and residential treatment for adults living with mental illness in Davis.

Pine Tree Gardens Website 
Sadie Schen, Program Director sadieshen@tpcp.org
 (530) 758-4078
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Woodland Hotel Apartments (Woodland)
 
 The restored Hotel Woodland offers 76 furnished studio apartments, with private baths and kitchenettes, prescheduled housekeeping services, cable and telephone hook-ups, community room with stove, coin-laundry rooms each floor, elevator access, security card access. Convenient downtown location, near public transportation. Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8 am-5 pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 1 pm-5 pm. Eligibility: Low-income. Section 8 accepted. Fees $432/month, utilities paid, $400 security deposit with payment plan possible. To Apply Application. Pick up at rental office at 438 Main Street.
chochousing.org/property/hotel-woodland/
436 Main Street Woodland CA 95695
(530) 661-6944
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Yolo Community Care Continuum Supportive Housing (Y-Triple C)
 
Cooperative living opportunities are provided through the
New Dimensions Supportive Housing program , the Homestead Cooperative, Cooperative Housing  and the HUD Supported Housing programs. Additionally 6 houses are located in Davis and Woodland.
The Farmhouse is a long-term treatment facility in Davis.
 www.y3c.org
 YCCC; 168 College Street, Woodland, CA 95695

(530) 758-2160

housing@y3c.org
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Yolo County Housing Authority
 

Subsidized housing, migrant housing and public housing

www.ycha.org
(800) 662-9656
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SACRAMENTO  COUNTY
Fair Housing Agencies - County, State, and Federal Government Agencies
 
County: The Sacramento Human Rights/Fair Housing Commission investigates and mediates complains of housing discrimination.
www.hrfh.org/
(916) 444-6903 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Landlord/Tenant Hotline: (916) 444-0178 9:00AM - 4:00 PM
 
State: The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing investigates complaints of discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations and hate violence.
www.dfeh.ca.gov/
(916) 445-5523
 
Federal: The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. Provides help with housing discrimination problems.
Information: www.hud.gov/offices/fheo/index.cfm
Contact: www.hud.gov/assist/contactus.cfm
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Loaves and Fishes (Sacramento)
 
Loaves and Fishes provides homeless survival services including Sister Nora's Place, a shelter for chronically homeless mentally ill women.
http://www.sacloaves.org/
Sister Nora's Place: Margaret Mary Canales (916) 669-7000
1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
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Resources for Independent Living, Inc. (RIL)
 
Provides services to people with all types of disabilities, assisting clients in finding accessible and affordable housing. RIL has a database of over 160 rental units with contact information and rental rates.
www.ril-sacramento.org/
(916) 446-3074
420 I. Street, Suite 3, Sacramento, CA 95814
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Sacramento County Network of Care for Mental Health
 
County housing and homeless services. Shelters, bathing facilities, motel vouchers, rent payment assistance, and transitional housing.
Sacramento County Mental Health Housing and Homeless Services
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Sacramento Housing Alliance
 
Provides a directory of housing links, including a list of affordable housing developments.
www.sachousingalliance.org/resources.html
www.sachousingalliance.org/SHA%20AH%20list.htm
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Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
 
The lead public agency and developer for the City of Sacramento and Sacramento County for affordable housing. Provides housing information for low income families, help with applying for multi-family rental housing, and a multi-family apartment list.
www.shra.org/Content/Housing/AffordableHousingSite/
AffHousingTOC.htm
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Sacramento Self Help Housing (Sacramento)
 
Provides counseling, referrals, and information on current vacancies in apartments, shared living arrangements and rooms for rent. Provides low-cost shared rooms in the Friendship Housing program for single men, women and women with an infant.
Information: www.sacselfhelp.org/housing_options.htm
Contact: www.sacselfhelp.org/contact_us.htm
(916) 444-8216
Several locations in Sacramento - call for information
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Transitional Living and Community Support, Inc. (TLCS) (Sacramento)
 
TLCS contracts with Sacramento County to provide homeless and transitional housing, emergency assistance and advocacy for homeless mentally ill persons.
Housing links:www.tlcssac.org/housing.html
Contact: www.tlcssac.org/shep.html
T Street Coop housing
18th & O Street housing
(916) 440-1500
1400 North A Street, Bldg. A, Sacramento, CA  95814
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Welcome Home Housing (Sacramento)
 
Has three five-bed supported homes in Rosemont for persons with a mental illness one for men and two for women. Provides a drug free, supported, yet semi-independent, co-op home. Assists residents with basic life skills such as cooking, cleaning and shopping, and assists residents in reaching their personal goals.
www.welcomehomehousing.org
Lynn Smith (530) 666-0202
Connie Sase (916) 543-6755
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If you are aware of other housing options, please contact us.