Martin Luther King Jr. Village

Sacramento, CA

3900 47th Avenue
Sacramento, CA, 95824

Phone: (916) 393-7478 TTY: 800-855-2880 or 711
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Referral Only

About Martin Luther King Jr. Village

  • Property Type: Supportive
  • Units: 80

Martin Luther King, Jr. Village (MLK) provides 80 apartments of permanent supportive housing to disabled homeless adults. The 5.5 acre development consists of single-story, one bedroom cottages and duplexes. There are 60 residential buildings, one community building and one maintenance building. Each 400 square foot cottage has a bedroom, a small kitchen / living space, and a full bathroom. Site amenities include a basketball court and outdoor meeting areas.

The 5,000 square foot community building has several meeting rooms, management offices, service provider offices, multipurpose space, a large well-appointed community kitchen, a computer room, a central laundry room, and a medical exam room. Mercy Housing Management Group provides property management and a 24-hour desk clerk for the development. Mercy Housing partnered with The Effort Inc. and Turning Point Community Services to provide resident services. Services include: case management, living skills, conflict resolution, money management, and credit counseling, health education, HIV/AIDS care and referrals, mental health services, substance abuse counseling, employment counseling, and community building/social activities.

Amenities and Services

  • Resident Services provided jointly by Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services, The Effort, Inc., Turning Point Community Services and Mercy Housing California
  • 5,000 square-foot community building
  • Community kitchen
  • Computer lab
  • Central laundry room
  • Basketball court & outdoor meeting space


  • 80 apartments of permanent supportive housing for disabled homeless adults
  • Each 400 square-foot cottage has a bedroom, a small kitchen/living space & a full bathroom
  • Funded by: California Department of Housing & Community Development, California Housing Finance Agency, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, Corporation for Supportive Housing, Farmers & Merchant Bank, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, Homestead Capital, Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services-Division of Mental Health and the Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency
  • Architects: Dave Anders of Anders & Falltrick Architects, John N. Westphal
  • Contractor: Brown Construction, Inc.

Effectiveness of Programs

1016 Services Delivered in 2018
88 People Served in 2018