The Making of a U.S. Citizen

The Making of a U.S. Citizen

For many families who immigrate to the United States, the road to citizenship can be a long and arduous process. This is the case for many of the residents at Grace Apartments in Denver, Colorado where the population is comprised of refugees and immigrants primarily from Southeast Asia including Bhutan, Nepal, and Burma. The naturalization … Continue reading

Resident Spotlight: Meet Katherine

Strong, positive, youthful, and articulate; these are just a few adjectives used to describe Katherine, a long-time resident of Francis Heights in Denver. At 87-years old, she doesn’t dwell on mistakes or challenges she has faced in the past. Instead, she chooses to be happy every day and is grateful for her friendships, family, and … Continue reading

Natalie Gubb Commons

Natalie Gubb Commons

In October, Mercy Housing and our Bay Area colleagues will honor our long-time friend and co-conspirator, Natalie Gubb, with the dedication of a family housing community in her name. Natalie was among the true leaders of the affordable housing world, having been instrumental in drafting the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) in 1986, which is … Continue reading

A Partnership That Houses & Heals

A Partnership That Houses & Heals

Mercy Park and Mercy Care have partnered to provide Chamblee, Georgia’s low-income residents with affordable housing and healthcare opportunities. Both are members of the Sisters of Mercy — Mercy Park is an affordable housing community for low-income seniors and is adjacent to the Mercy Care clinic, a federally qualified health facility that is part of … Continue reading