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After steady reductions from 2010 to 2016, homelessness has increased steadily over the last four consecutive years. That means it’s more important than ever to do everything we can to ensure that once we move people off the streets and into housing, they have the support they need to move forward into hopeful futures. That

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As we welcome in 2022 together and say goodbye to a year both heartbreaking and hopeful, I want to take a minute to thank you for all your support in 2021, and to show you how much you helped us to achieve.   Thanks to you, the year ahead holds so much promise. To help

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Multiple people standing outside of Mather Veterans Village, smiling and holding a blue ribbon, with another man standing in front with a large pair of blue scissors ready to cut the ribbon.

With the wave of a ceremonial American flag, the City of Rancho Cordova celebrated the dedication of Mather Veterans Village on October 11, 2021. Built in three phases and completed this summer, Mather Veterans Village is one of Mercy Housing California’s (MHC’s) newest permanent supportive housing communities in the Sacramento area, providing more than 100

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5 Rent Relief Team Members Standing Together and Smiling at the Camera

Pictured Above: These members of Mercy Housing California’s rent relief team stepped up to keep residents healthy and secure. From left to right: Alex Harden, Resident Services Coordinator – Santa Cruz; Rene Covarrubias, Santa Cruz Property Manager; Scott Thomas, Resident Services Coordinator – Santa Cruz; Vicenta Gaytan, Resident Services Coordinator – Brentwood; Jose Ibarra; Resident

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Unity Circles Group Photo - 9 Women wearing masks smiling at the camera

When Anna Marie Fai and Alyssa Tuaolo stepped into their resident-serving roles at Britton Court Apartments in San Francisco, they found a community in need of healing. Violence in the surrounding Visitacion Valley neighborhood had left families reeling, and within the building,  they sensed the need to build trust. Anna, a Resident Services Manager at

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A headshot of Ramie Dare against a blue backdrop, with the title "A letter from Ramie Dare"

I clearly remember standing in our office kitchen in 2008 and learning that the City of San Francisco had awarded Mercy Housing the privilege of leading the neighborhood transformation at Sunnydale. I took on the role of Real Estate Director for Sunnydale HOPE SF that same year because I saw it as the opportunity of

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A sketch of Sunnydale Hope San Francisco's neighborhood, with the title "What is Sunnydale Hope SF?"

San Francisco is one of the world’s greatest cities, with beautiful neighborhoods and a vibrant economy. But residents of Sunnydale, a public housing community in the southeastern part of the city, haven’t felt the benefits of their city’s prosperity. The WWII era barracks-style apartments have fallen into disrepair due to decades of disinvestment, and the

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A bird's eye view cut-out image of 290 Malosi's building

CASALA Opened in late 2019, Casala is now a thriving community providing 55 homes to families with low incomes, including 41 homes for long-time residents and 14 homes for newcomers to the neighborhood. The building has been celebrated for its striking architectural features and resident friendly design. Residents enjoy the second floor outdoor courtyard with

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A bird's eye view rendering of the Sunnydale Hub, with markers 1, 2, 3, and 4

Our work at Sunnydale HOPE SF is driven by our belief that the ability of young people to develop into successful adults improves dramatically with an affordable home in a safe neighborhood and the support to learn, grow, and play. At the heart of this neighborhood revitalization will be the new Sunnydale Hub, a space

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A bird's eye view rendering of the Sunnydale Hub buildings

Mercy Housing California’s Build the Hub Capital Campaign provides individuals, foundations, nonprofit partners, and businesses with the opportunity to change the lives of Sunnydale residents. Unique among our construction projects, Build the Hub is primarily a fundraising effort. We need your help so the children and families of one of San Francisco’s most under-served communities

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