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Opening new doors for people with developmental disabilities

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A Heartbeat Away from a Housing Crisis:  Measure A housing for People with Developmental Disabilities

On September 11, 2018, the Santa Clara Board of Supervisors will vote on a proposal to include people with developmental disabilities on the Measure A housing bond, which finances affordable housing for "vulnerable populations". If the proposal passes, 5% of the $800 million, already dedicated to creating affordable rental housing, will be used to help a more diverse population by including people with developmental disabilities .  

Currently, the County is only spending Measure A housing bond funds for affordable housing projects that house people drawn from the County's Continuum of Care database of homeless people, people episodically homeless, and people who have received a notice terminating their housing. This is extremely important, but it overlooks adults with developmental disabilities living at home with aging parents.

We at Housing Choices always strive to give our friends and family living with developmental disabilities a voice and a home. If you would like to support the cause and make a difference, please click below to learn more or fill out our form! 


Our new August Newsletter has been published! This edition has information about the Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley Mechanical project, CalABLE, and more. We would love to hear your feedback!
As one of our core values, collaboration is an extremely important part of our strategy in bringing affordable housing to people with developmental disabilities. Working with local housing developers helps us create and maintain comfortable homes for our clients to live in.
 

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