Hope Cooperative owns and operates a variety of properties of different housing types including: interim, transitional, and permanent supportive housing for individuals and families.
Interim Housing – 6 months
Transitional Housing – 6 to 18 months
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
Located in Citrus Heights Sunrise Pointe is a collaboration with Jamboree Housing. Hope Cooperative provides on-site Residential Service Coordinators (RSC’s) who support residents to access a variety of community services including job training, budgeting, after school programming and other needed services. The John Stewart Company provides an on-site live-in property manager who oversees the property and ensures the residents are complying with all occupancy rules. Heartland Family Services and Hope Cooperative New Direction also provide onsite services on behalf of Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services Full Service Partnerships. Vacancies are filled through the Coordinated Entry System managed by Sacramento Steps Forward.
Folsom Oaks Apartments
Folsom Oaks Apartments is a Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) community for adults with psychiatric disabilities and their families. It consists of one, two and three bedroom rental apartments. Located near Old Town Folsom, there are landscaped walkways, a tot lot, picnic area and community room where families can enjoy educational and recreational activities. Hope Cooperative provides information and referral, outreach services, independent living skills training and community support services to residents. 5 units are reserved for clients receiving services from Hope New Direction program which is a Full Service Partnership funded by Sacramento County Behavioral Health. Onsite services are provided. Currently there are no vacancies.
River City Residence Club
River City Residence Club (RCRC) provides a cooperative living environment in which 15 residents share the chores, cooking and planning of activities. The program is designed to help reduce the stress and expense of living independently and offers a supportive community in which to live. A staff member is available to assist clients in developing their skills and setting the goals necessary to assist with their mental health recovery. RCRC currently has no vacancies.
Los Molinos is a HomeKey Permanent Supportive Housing Property for formerly homeless adults owned by Mercy Housing. Hope Cooperative provides onsite supportive services for residents in collaboration with Mercy Housing Property Management and Telecare Behavioral Health Services. Vacancies are filled through the Coordinated Entry System managed by Sacramento Steps Forward.
Bell Street Apartments
Bell Street is a two story complex, comprised of shared one and two bedroom apartments located in the Arden area of Sacramento. This program provides affordable, furnished, shared apartments for clients who are able to live independently with minimal structured support and who are connected to Hope Cooperative Behavioral Health Services. Currently Bell Street has no vacancies.
The Palmer Apartments program is a short-term interim housing program for adults who are experiencing homelessness and have a serious mental illness and are receiving services from Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services. It provides a safe, hospitable alternative to the shelters and allows individuals the opportunity to get off the streets. Palmer is a cooperative apartment setting which provides safe, affordable housing, independent living skills training and mental health recovery support. 24/7 Staff work with residents on an individual as well as group basis in developing the skills necessary to secure and maintain permanent, affordable housing in the community. Vacancies are filled by referral from a Behavioral Health provider.
Bidwell Sudios is a HomeKey project, a collaboration between the City of Folsom, the Hirani Family Foundation and Sacramento Commercial Realtors. Hope Cooperative’s New Direction Program provides onsite supportive services. Residents are referred by our New Direction program.
West Capitol Apartments are a Permanent Supportive Housing project in West Sacramento and provide one-bedroom housing units to chronically disabled, homeless or previously institutionalized adults of Yolo County since 2022. Hope Cooperative’s INSPIRE program works jointly with Mercy Housing to offer on-site case management and rehabilitation support to its contracted 41 residents. Through this project, residents obtain a Project Based Voucher (PVB) that they are then able to port into a Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) after successfully living at West Capitol Apartments for a year. This allows them to then have the ability to move to other more independent housing within their community.
East Beamer is a 60 unit Tiny Home project offering “Permanent Supportive Housing” for formerly homeless youth/adults in Yolo County. This project is owned by Friends Of The Mission. Hope Cooperative provides 29 “Full Service Partnership” units with supportive services, including intensive case management, psychiatric, rehabilitation, and medication management for residents in collaboration with Fourth & Hope who provides supportive services with the remaining 31 units. Fourth & Hope also provide property management services with this project. Vacancies are filled through HMIS, VI-SPDAT along with the approval of Yolo County Adult Access.
The West Beamer Project is a 20-unit “Permanent Supportive Housing” program provided by Mercy Housing that serves homeless youth and adults in Yolo County. Hope Cooperative is a “Full Service Partnership” providing residents with supportive mental health services, including intensive case management, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and medication management. Mercy Housing provides property management, residential services that provide daily activities that encourage clients to interact with their community, housing support, and special events. Vacancies are filled through HMIS, VI-SPDAT, and the approval of Yolo County Adult Access.
MEN’S SOBER LIVING HOME
We have a 20-bed facility for males only where individuals are provided housing for 6 to 12 months to become housing-ready. Each individual has to remain abstinent from all substances including alcohol and has to be working a program of recovery. We provide food and cover all other housing expenses. Each individual will have daily chores to do and will have to attend a weekly house meeting to discuss rules and house situations that come up. There is a live-onsite manager there at all times to oversee the daily operations of the home and to support the clients. Contact our COTP Program for more information 279-777-4732.
COMING IN 2024
Arden Star is a HomeKey Permanent Supportive Housing Property for formerly homeless senior adults owned by Hope Cooperative and the John Stewart Company.. Hope Cooperative provides onsite supportive services for residents in collaboration with Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services and Sacramento County Department of Child, Family and Adult Services. Vacancies are filled through the Coordinated Entry System managed by Sacramento Steps Forward.
Will be a 66 Studio Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Property for formerly homeless adults located in North Sacramento. This project will be leased up through the Coordinated Entry system managed by Sacramento Steps Forward in July of 2024.
Rodeway Inn is a HomeKey Permanent Supportive Housing Property for formerly homeless adults owned by Hope Cooperative. Hope Cooperative provides onsite supportive services for residents in collaboration with Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services and Sacramento County Department of Child, Family and Adult Services. Vacancies are filled through the Coordinated Entry System managed by Sacramento Steps Forward.
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