Category Archives: Housing/Homelessness

Nov 4 Presentation: Housing for BHRS Clients

Learn about BHRS housing for BHRS adult clients, presented by Mariana Rocha, BHRS Clinical Services Manager II which will be presented at the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission’s Older Adult Committee Meeting. The presenation will cover:

• Discuss housing supports for BHRS clients with varied levels of need
• Learn about future housing programs and countywide collaborations
• Identify areas of focus from the continuum of housing support.

When: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 / 11a.m. – 12p.m
Where: Virtual meeting – see the flier below

Small Property Owner Assistance Program

13th Annual Housing Heroes Award Nominations Due Sep. 14

Lack of stable housing can make recovery from co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues an endless struggle.  Each year we celebrate the individuals and organizations that help individuals with co-occurring issues find or keep housing in San Mateo County.

We invite you to nominate a person (colleague, landlord, property manager, case manager…) or a program for the 13th Annual Housing Heroes Awards.

Submit a nomination online by completing the Electronic Nomination Form.

You can also complete the nomination form and send per instructions on the form. Deadline for submissions is Monday, September 14.

The awards ceremony will be held virtually on Tuesday, October 29, 2020, 9 AM at the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors’ Meeting. Meeting link here.

Organized by the San Mateo County Change Agent Housing Committee.

Affordable Housing Community Now Accepting ONLINE Applications

The San Mateo County Housing Authority will accept completed ONLINE applications for the 1 BEDROOM waitlist for Menlo Gateway from August 3 to August 14, 2020. All applications should be submitted online at: http://www.mysmchousing.com/

No US Postal mail, fax, or email applications will be accepted.

To Visit Menlo Gateway (OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY): 1345 Willow Road Menlo Park, California 94025
Phone: (650) 323-5615 or (650) 357-9773 TTD | Fax: (650) 323-8443 | Email: gateway@midpen-housing.org

Please see flyer for more details:

Caltrain Board to Consider Affordability Requirement for Housing Near Transit

Staff for the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, which operates Caltrain, recommended requiring that at least 20% of units in the future residential projects on agency land at any station be affordable.

Affordable housing projects have the potential to add badly needed housing in an area where people are being forced into tent encampments and van living.

Read the article here.

Housing Heroes Awards – October 24

Ingrid Dela Rosa accepts award and commendations from Alex Kobayashi and Lee Harrison (2018)

The 12th Annual Housing Hero Awards celebration recognizes community partners who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in providing and/or maintaining housing for people in San Mateo County with mental health and/or substance use conditions. The ceremony will take place on Thursday, October 24, 2019, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, Redwood Shores Library Community Room, 399 Marine Parkway, Redwood City. 

Download the flier for details.  


Affordable Housing Available in Redwood City

Affordable Housing Unit Waitlist Opening 6/3/19-6/14/19

The Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo will be accepting online applications between 6/3/19 and 6/14/19 for the Mosaic Garden Project-Based waiting list. 

Mosaic Garden is located at 3770 Rolison Road in Redwood City.  With the exception of one 1-bedroom unit, all units at Mosaic Garden are studios. The property is currently undergoing rehab that, based on MidPen Housing’s best estimate, will be completed in late September 2019.

Interested parties may register online at www.mysmchousing.com during the opening period.

Please download a copy of the flyer below for additional information regarding the opening.

Affordable Housing Unit Breaks Ground in Redwood City

Officials and developers broke ground Thursday on a much needed 67-unit  apartment in North Fair Oaks at 2821 El Camino Real.  The units are expected to become home to veterans, low-income families and those with developmental disabilities. The project leverages a portion of the more than $100 million county officials have committed to affordable housing projects — in large part through the voted-approved sales tax Measure K.  Read the full story in the Daily Journal.

Release: BHRS Recognizes Housing Heroes

cartoon housesThis afternoon, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services will join the Change Agent Housing Committee in recognizing San Mateo County’s “Housing Heroes.” The Housing Heroes program honors community partners and colleagues who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in providing or maintaining housing for individuals with mental health and/or substances use issues in San Mateo County.

Promoting health and housing stability helps not only these individuals but also their families and the broader San Mateo County community. Read more here.

 

11th Annual Housing Heroes Nominations Due Sept. 5

cartoon housesLack of stable housing can make recovery from co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues an endless struggle.  Each year we celebrate the individuals and organizations that help individuals with co-occurring issues find or keep housing in San Mateo County.

We invite you to nominate a person (landlord, property manager, case manager…) or a program for the 11th Annual Housing Heroes Awards. Please return nomination forms to Daniel Lacampagne by Wednesday, September 5. Completed forms/photos of completed forms can be emailed (DLacampagne@smcgov.org), faxed (650-369-1501) or texted (650-454-7966). Read more

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