Allied Affordable Housing

409 Santa Monica Blvd, Ste E
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Yvonne Delgadillo, Vice President, Community Development

Allied Argenta Housing for Adults with Developmental Disabilities and its Partners want to develop a caring community for adults with complex language, learning and cognitive disabilities. These communities will provide residents with quality, safe, affordable housing and an environment where residents may thrive and further develop their social and independent living skills. We feel that in order to provide such housing we need to partner with other agencies willing to assist Allied in developing a safe and active living environment for our residents.

Bay Area Housing Corporation

101 Church Street, Suite 4 Los Gatos, CA  95030

Kris McCann, Executive Director

Bay Area Housing Corporation’s mission is to improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families by creating and maintaining quality housing opportunities that meet the needs of the individual.

Brilliant Corners 

1390 Market Street, Suite 405, San Francisco, CA 94102

453 S. Spring Street, Suite 528, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Bill Pickel, Executive Director

Brilliant Corners is a 501(c)3 nonprofit public benefit corporation whose mission is to provide affordable, community-based supportive housing for individuals with developmental disabilities and other people with special housing needs.  Founded in 2004, WBHC has grown into a “full-service” housing agency providing housing development, property management, and housing-related services for people with developmental disabilities and others in need of supportive housing.

California Housing Foundation

1200 California St
Suite 104
Redlands, CA 92374

Steven von Rajcs, President and CEO

CHF supports the mission of the California Regional Centers by providing quality services and support programs designed to encourage and enable developmentally disabled persons achieve their highest possible level of personal independence, choice, and productivity.

Home Ownership Made Easy

5601 W. Slauson Ave., Suite 180
Culver City, CA  90230


Norma Delgado, Executive Director

Home Ownership Made Easy (HOME) makes available permanent, affordable, and safe housing options for individuals with developmental disabilities.  HOME advocates to local, state, federal, and private resources on behalf of the developmentally disabled; to facilitate the development of independent housing opportunities for persons with disabilities. 

HOPE, Inc.

21231 Hawthorne Blvd.,
Torrance, CA  90503

Kristin Martin, Executive Director

HOPE's mission is to create stable, affordable housing options for people with developmental disabilities through three programs: affordable housing, permanent state-licensed group homes, and the College to Career program.

Housing Consortium of the East Bay

410 7th St Ste 203
Oakland, CA 94607


Darin Lounds, Executive Director

Housing Consortium of the East Bay (HCEB) creates inclusive communities for individuals with developmental disabilities or other special needs through quality affordable housing in Alameda and Contra Costa County. HCEB fulfills this mission by providing housing outreach and support services; developing affordable housing, partnering with other nonprofit and for profit companies to secure set-asides within larger rental communities; and owning and operating special needs affordable housing.

Innovative Housing Opportunities

19772 MacArthur Blvd, Ste 110
Irvine, CA 92612

Rochelle Mills, Chief Executive Officer

Innovative Housing Opportunities' mission is to enrich communities by providing high-quality affordable housing, impactful Resident Services, and Economic Self-Reliance™ programs to those most in need.

North Bay Housing Coalition

1234 Empire St, Ste 1210
Fairfield, CA 94533
707-289-7000, ext. 1

Mary Eble, Executive Director

The North Bay Housing Coalition's mission is to increase affordable housing for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in Napa, Solano and Sonoma Counties. 

Rural Communities Housing Development Corporation

499 Leslie St
UkiahCA 95482

Rebecca Neilson, Senior Regional Manager

RCHDC’s mission is to provide decent, affordable housing to low and moderate income people. RCHDC’s success in carrying our it mission is evidenced by having built over 400 Owner Built homes under its Home Ownership program, having developed and build over 600 units of mulit-family low-income housing for elderly and families, and having managed over 1,000 units of multi-family low-income housing for both elderly and families.

Southern California Housing Collaborative 

9201 Spectrum Center Blvd., 
Suite 110
San Diego, CA  92123


Nathan Schmid, Executive Director

Southern California Housing Collaborative (SCHC) was established in 2008 to address the needs of consumers served by the San Diego Regional Center and our primary mission is to locate and secure affordable housing opportunities for low income individuals with developmental disabilities. 





California Supported Living Network

2330 Glendale Ln
Sacramento, CA 95825

Mark Melanson, Conference Coordinator

Our mission is to advocate for the systemic development of quality community living services for Californians with developmental disabilities.

Chelsea Investment Corporation

6399 Paseo Del Lago
Carlsbad, CA 920112

James Schmid, Founder and CEO

Chelsea Investment Corporation is a leader in the financing and development of affordable housing. We provide financial engineering, development services, and asset management to our partners and clients. Our experienced team of professionals identify and implement timely and cost-effective solutions to the many challenges of affordable housing.

EAH Housing

22 Pelican Way
San Rafael, CA 94901

Denice Wint, Director of Real Estate Development

EAH Housing is a non-profit corporation founded with the belief that attractive affordable rental housing is the cornerstone to sustainable, living communities. Its mission is to expand the range of opportunities for all by developing, managing and promoting quality affordable housing and diverse communities.

Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center

3303 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Karen Ingram, Director of Community Services

Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center is a private, non-profit corporation that operates under contract with California’s Department of Developmental Services. The Center serves over 9,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities, who have or are at risk for a developmental delay or disability, and who are at high-risk of parenting an infant with a disability. Its mission is to enable people with developmental disabilities to live purposeful lives as active members of their communities.

Golden State Pooled Trust

1647 Willow Pass Road
Concord, CA 94520

Steve Dale, Trustee

The Golden State Pooled Trust (GSPT) is a type of special needs trust established by the North Bay Housing Coalition (NBHC) to support persons with disabilities in California. GSPT assists in preserving resources, protecting public benefits, and providing choices for individuals with disabilities in order to enhance their quality of life.

Lifehouse, Inc.

10100 N Santa Monica Blvd # 1300, Los Angeles, CA 90067

Nancy Moody, President & CEO

Since 1954, Lifehouse has been providing people with developmental disabilities with quality support. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities in our community by providing a lifetime of compassionate support in an atmosphere of respect, inspiration, and purpose

North Bay Regional Center

610 Airpark Rd
Napa, CA 94558

Gabriel Rogin, Executive Director

North Bay Regional Center is one of 21 Regional Centers for persons with developmental disabilities in California. Started as a grass roots movement, Regional Centers were originally established to assist persons with intellectual disabilities — and their families — in identifying and developing services and programs within their communities that help them lead more independent lives.

Regional Center of Orange County

1525 N Tustin Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Larry Landauer, Executive Director

The Regional Center of Orange County (RCOC) is a private non-profit organization that, as mandated by the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act, collaborates with persons with developmental disabilities, their families and the community to secure individualized services and supports that enhance the quality of life for the people we serve and assist them in realizing their full potential.


San Diego Regional Center

4355 Ruffin Rd #200
San Diego, CA 92123

Carlos Flores, Executive Director

The San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) is a service of San Diego-Imperial Counties Developmental Services, Inc. SDRC is a focal point in the community for persons with developmental disabilities, (intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or other disabling conditions similar to intellectual disabilities) living in San Diego and Imperial counties. We are a private, non-profit 501 c (3) organization that contracts with the State of California to provide the services outlined in the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act. The San Diego Regional Center is one of 21 regional centers throughout the State of California.

Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing

340 E. 2nd Street, Ste 406
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Alan Greenlee, Executive Director

SCANPH is a membership association, founded in 1985, that supports and advocates for those who develop and sustainably operate affordable housing. SCANPH is uniquely situated to identify, prioritize, strategize, and lead policy efforts that are designed to create an environment conducive to affordable housing development. We are measured by our ability to serve low-income residents of the region by securing critical public subsidy funds for new affordable home development, and by our ability to make our members more effective developers amidst funding and resource challenges.

Wakeland Housing and Community Development Corporation

1230 Columbia St # 950
San Diego, CA 92101

Tricia Tasto Levien, Supportive Housing Director

Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation is a leader in the creation and operation of affordable housing in California, delivering high-quality residential developments that address the needs of the communities we serve. Since we started in 1998, we have created more than 7,300 affordable homes at 49 properties throughout the state, each of which showcases our commitment to building and operating cost-efficient housing communities with superior on-site programs and services for residents.





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