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Today, many Americans are feeling divided and hurt by a long and ugly Presidential campaign and election results.  It is too early to know how our country and communities will heal and come back together, but is so important that we find a way to do just that. One way I hope all of us can

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Project Voice- California
Oct 18

Project Voice

Project Voice is one of the youth programs offered through the Leataata Floyd Student and Family Community Center at Leataata Floyd Elementary School. Established in 2015, The Center provides mental and behavioral health support and counseling, academic assistance, parent and youth leadership training, creative arts, and other enrichment programming. The Center is operated in partnership

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White Rock Village's Community Care Team, Mercy Housing California, Mercy Housing

The White Rock Village Community Care Team is committed to serving its community. The team consists mostly of residents who live at White Rock Village and have decided to give back to the neighborhood and community at large.

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KCRA MVV

“Everyone at Mercy Housing California feels enormous pride whenever we complete a new affordable housing community for low-income residents,” said President Doug Shoemaker, Mercy Housing California, the master developer. “But there is an extra special feeling we all share when we open a new community for formerly homeless and disabled veterans. Mather Veterans Village is our second veterans housing community in California and it would not have been possible without the amazing group of collaborative partners who worked tirelessly to turn this veterans village concept into a beautiful reality.”

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Mather Veterans Village, © 2016 Michael O’Callahan

As a result of years of collaboration between Mercy Housing California and its partners, 50 disabled and/or previously homeless veterans now have a beautiful, new place to call home. Across the country, Mercy Housing is creating affordable homes like these for deserving people in our community thanks to the support and donations from people like

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“I had no intention of going into affordable housing,” says Katayoon Montazemi. “My background was in commercial real estate management.” But when Katayoon volunteered to help lease homes at Mercy Housing in Los Angeles, CA, in 2014, she was hooked. “I fell in love with Mercy’s mission and affordable housing,” she says. “It was the

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The 2015 Mercy Housing Annual Report is now available! At Mercy Housing, we recognize that safe, affordable, service-enriched housing helps people invest in themselves and their communities. On behalf of our eight Sponsor Communities, our Board of Trustees, and everyone who works at Mercy Housing, we thank you. Thank you to our donors, financial partners,

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Mercy Housing Wheatland

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/1/2016 Contacts below Wheatland, CA—Mercy Housing and the City of Wheatland celebrated the completion of the reconstruction of Sunset Valley Duplexes in Wheatland, Calif. on June, 29, 2016. These 88 affordable rental homes are much needed as the state and national affordable housing crises continue, and in many places worsen. Supported by

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Casa San Juan, Mercy Housing

Mercy Loan Fund recently partnered with Mercy Housing California to preserve rare affordable homes for families at Casa San Juan, a community in Oxnard, Calif. Casa San Juan provides affordable housing to people like Elizabeth, who left an abusive relationship after 11 years and found it hard to find a home she could afford for herself and her four children. “When I heard that my application had been accepted, I was so very, very happy. It was one of my happiest days in many years…Without Casa San Juan, I don’t know where I would be. I might be dead. I might be homeless.”

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Sister Patsy with her team, celebrating 25 years at Mercy Housing

As a social worker who has helped people with low incomes in the San Francisco area for more than 25 years, Sister Patsy Harney has a lot of stories to tell. Known for introducing computers into many low income communities in 1999, Sister Patsy is widely referred to as the “Cyber Nun.” As a Resident Services

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