In The News

In September 2012, Mercy Housing California received two grants from The Women’s and Girls’ Fund of the Kern Community Foundation and the Dignity Health Community Grants Program in Bakersfield to fund the Thriving in Life Wellness and Youth Leadership Program pilot. The program was designed to inspire 20 southeast Bakersfield young women, including some from Madison Place, a Mercy Housing California property,

Read More

Mercy Housing Resident Services offers young residents an exciting opportunity to learn something new and engage with the community through music, so they formed the Gleason Park Electric Violin Ensemble.

Read More

7th and H Dedication On April 29, 2013, Mercy Housing California and WellSpace Health celebrated the Grand Opening of the 7th & H Apartments. 7th & H is an eight-story, mixed-use, affordable housing community comprised of 150 studios and one-bedroom apartments with abundant upper floor common areas, including lush outdoor terraces, comprehensive resident services, a

Read More

Our Mercy Housing Management Group is known for its leadership and herculean feats. Now, it can add making the impossible, possible to its list of accomplishments. In a year-long campaign, appropriately named “MISSION POSSIBLE”, 30 participating Mercy Housing communities in California offered residents a list of activities and steps that improve housing stability and resident

Read More

Resident Services Coordinator, Gloria Morales, has a lot in common with the young women at her Madison Place community in Bakersfield, California. As a native of the area, she attended the same middle and high schools as many of her residents. Driven by her intense dedication and affection for her hometown and Madison Place, Gloria

Read More

Affordable housing is not only good for the community, but it’s also good for the environment. For instance, multifamily affordable housing often creates homes near jobs and major transit centers, reducing green house gas emissions and maintaining the environmental benefits associated with mass transit. As a proud partner to California’s cities and neighborhoods, Mercy Housing

Read More

Ruth Roberti has been a pillar of the Francis of Assisi Community in San Francisco for almost a decade. She first became a familiar face in the intimate and closely knit senior community in 2005 when she became a live-in caretaker for her mother, Victoria. She is well-known for her vibrant enthusiasm and compassion. Active

Read More

The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco recently announced the awards for the 2013 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) funding competition. Mercy Housing California proudly announces three properties in development as recipients of the competitive subsidy. Sunset Lane, El Dorado, California–$390,000 Sunset Lane will construct much-needed affordable housing for low-income families and clients of the

Read More

Fred Copeland moved into 111 Jones with his mother and three siblings at the age of six. As a little boy, he was introduced to Mercy Housing’s resident services programs. His participation helped him get his homework done, taught him to help out with family chores, but still find time for the playground with friends.

Read More

Thanks to all of you that were able to support us in celebration of our 30th anniversary. We were thrilled to have the chance to celebrate in person with some of you and reflect on this milestone during the Gala evening. A booming children’s choir from two of our San Francisco communities opened the evening

Read More