Waverly Place Apartments Development will Break Ground on May 9th!

The long awaited Waverly Place Apartments, funded by the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA),  will break ground on May 9th. The housing development in North Fair Oaks area of Redwood City includes 15 supported housing units for individuals with severe mental illness, please join the Mental Health Association (MHA) and partners in celebrating.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
105 Fifth Avenue, Redwood City

RSVP:  shaney@mhasmc.org

Please plan to carpool or park across the street in the lot at 114 Fifth Avenue or on the street to the East or West. We respectfully request that you do not park in the neighborhood behind the Waverly Place site.

MHA has built and rehabilitated properties to create homes for people with mental illness since 1946. The Mental Health Services Act Housing Program provided funds for permanent supportive housing for individuals with severe mental illness and that meet the MHSA eligibility criteria as homeless or at-risk of being homeless. Supportive housing is community-based housing that is affordable to clients on a permanent basis, provides all the rights and responsibilities of tenancy, and is accompanied by appropriate and voluntary social services.

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