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Izzy and a Mercy Housing Staff member smiling towards the camera while hugging, with the caption "Resident Stories - Izzy"

Izzy, a resident at Crestview Village in Omaha, Nebraska, has participated in Out-of- School Time programming for several years and loves to keep busy with her friends after school and during the summer. She adores the Mercy Housing staff and loves to enjoy the healthy and often yummy meals and snacks that are provided free

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Mercy Housing – Sister Lillian Murphy – Expanding Affordable Housing (1987-2014) Lillian Murphy was one of eight children born in San Francisco to Dennis and Katherine Driscoll Murphy. She attended St. Peter’s elementary and high schools, where she was introduced to the Sisters of Mercy. In 1959, Sister Lillian entered the community and was given

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Once completed in 2023, Long Beach Senior will provide Central Long Beach with new high-quality, affordable apartment homes for low-income seniors and senior veterans who have experienced homelessness. Contact: Rosalyn Sternberg, Communications Manager, Mercy Housing California, rosalyn.sternberg@mercyhousing.org LONG BEACH, California On March 9, 2022, Mercy Housing California, the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Development

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PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: February 24, 2022 The Sound Transit Board of Directors today approved key transaction terms with developers to build two transit-oriented development (TOD) sites adjacent to Angle Lake Station and garage in SeaTac. Mercy Housing Northwest (MHNW) was selected last year to develop the three-quarter-acre site known as Angle Lake TOD

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Rooted in the history of Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood sits Rosenwald Courts, a 239-unit affordable housing community featuring one-and-two-bedroom apartment homes for families and seniors with low income. Originally built in 1929 by Sears, Roebuck, and Company’s part-owner and Presidenulius Rosenwald, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1981) and covers an

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“I always wondered what gave her the courage to take on a ministry with no organization.”  – Patricia O’Roark, Founding Sister, Mercy Housing Inc. Mercy Housing – A New Chapter Begins Sister Mary Terese was born in 1924 in Great Falls, MT. Her mother, a teacher prior to getting married and having seven children, made

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Editor’s Note: After this article was originally published, Ford Fish, a long-time Mercy Housing California Board member passed away. We will be forever grateful to Ford, who leaves behind a legacy and commitment to quality, affordable housing and new opportunities for thousands of California families.  The new year brings changes to the Mercy Housing California

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Two woman, one with a black sweater and another with a red and white sweater, are wearing blue gloves and sorting food items into shopping bags

Stroll by Mercy Housing’s Heritage Homes community on a Monday morning and you will likely pass a throng of neighborhood residents greeting one another in a multitude of languages, while bags of fresh produce change hands and volunteers work up a sweat. From the ground floor of Heritage Homes, Mercy Housing California (MHC) operates one

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

The new year brings exciting changes to Sunnydale HOPE SF, the community-led transformation of one of San Francisco’s most vibrant but historically under-served neighborhoods. As families and seniors move into 290 Malosi, the first new affordable residence on the grounds of the original, former public housing community, residents of Sunnydale can see their years of

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When I think of Home, it is here

For Mary Dorman, The Atrium is “home.” Just ask her granddaughter, Sarah, and she will tell you all about the love her grandmother has for Mercy Housing’s The Atrium at College Town. “If I could snatch her from Mercy Housing, I would have a long time ago,” Sarah explains. “But she’s like, ‘all of my

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