HOUSING

Empowering People To Create Their Best Life

—  Carlyle, MHA Client

WHAT CLIENTS SAY

“MHA has been a miracle in my life. They rescued me from living on the streets. They gave me hope, encouragement, and tremendous love and understanding. I don’t know where I’d be without them. I’m overwhelmed with their tremendous compassion.”

MHA has constructed, purchased or rehabilitated emergency, transitional and permanent housing sites for individuals with serious mental illness to provide the appropriate type of housing and level of support to meet their needs. MHA currently owns 11 properties, providing 103 units of supportive housing in San Mateo County.

Housing through MHA is on a referral or application process. If you are experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis, please contact one of the Core Service Agencies, which provide clients with crisis intervention and referrals based on an evaluation of their needs and qualifications for assistance, and can provide referrals for homeless shelters and other homeless services.  For a list of the Core Service Agencies...

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Temporary Housing

 
  • SPRING STREET

    SHELTER

    Emergency shelter with support services.
    15 beds – Opened 1986

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  • SPRING STREET

    TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

    Eighteen-month SRO housing with case management. 7 units - Opened 1990

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  • YOUNG ADULT

    INDEPENDENT LIVING (YAIL)

    Transitional housing for 18 to 23 year old individuals. 6-bedrooms – Opened 1995

    YAIL
 

Permanent Housing

71% of Transitional Housing Residents moved into permanent housing.

  • BELMONT

    APARTMENTS

    Subsidized housing with case management and support services. 25 unit apartment building – Opened 2005

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  • CEDAR STREET

    APARTMENTS

    Subsidized housing with case management and support services. 15 unit apartment building – Opened 2012

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  • WAVERLY PLACE

    APARTMENTS

    Subsidized housing with case management and support services. 15 unit apartment building – Opened 2018

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Landlords - Do you have vacant apartments? 

MHA has helped move 68% of emergency shelter residents into long-term housing.

MHA can help you find new tenants.

For more information please contact Georgia Peterson at georgiap@mhasmc.org

 

We Need Your Support Today!

 

2686 Spring Street

Redwood City, California 94063

Email: info@mhasmc.org

Phone: (650) 368-3345

Website: mhasmc.org

Tax ID: 94-6034112

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