Hope Cooperative owns and operates seven (7) Residential Housing Properties offering a variety of housing types including: interim, transitional, and permanent supportive housing. Two properties accommodate families in which one of the adults has a psychiatric disability. The number of units or bedrooms available at any given time is limited.
Please contact us if you’re interested in submitting a pre-application.
This apartment community located on 66th Ave in South Sacramento co-sponsored by Hope Cooperative and Retirement Housing Federation (RHF). Cardosa is a supportive housing program for adults with psychiatric disabilities and their families. The units are a mix of one, two and three bedroom units in a beautifully landscaped setting that includes a playground and community room. An on-site program advisor assists the residents with their mental health recovery.
Folsom Oaks Apartments
Folsom Oaks Apartments is a community for adults with psychiatric disabilities and their families. It consists of one, two and three bedroom rental apartments. Located in a five-building complex on 1.2 acres in a Colonial-style setting 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. Please click on property name for eligibility requirements. For more information please call 916-351-0974. Waiting List is currently closed. Please check here periodically for status changes.
River City Residence Club (RCRC)
9th Street Co-op
Bell Street Apartments
This property consists of four, 3-bedroom townhomes and is a transitional housing option. Possibilities provides a “Transition to Rapid Rehousing” model focusing on transition-age youth, age 18-24, who come directly from homelessness. We are collaborating with WIND Youth Services to provide the Rapid re-housing component. Participants can receive a wide array of services offered at the Wind Youth Center. In this program, they receive intensive services including education and employment support, life skills, communication skills, conflict resolution, mental health and substance use disorder services, and much more. Upon completion of the initial six-month phase in transitional housing, they will move on to community living with support for up to 18 months. The goal is to immediately link them with good paying jobs and the skills necessary to be self-sufficient adults. This program serves 30 homeless youth each year, with 50 percent of the current group identifying as LGBTQ+ and many come from the Foster Care System. All referrals come directly from the Coordinated Entry Program managed by Sacramento Steps Forward.
Sunrise Pointe Apartments (coming soon)
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