WHCHC apartment communities are for people with limited incomes, including those with special needs. We currently have 17 apartment communities throughout Los Angeles County, housing over 700 low-income households.
WHCHC has two apartment communities devoted exclusively for people living with HIV/AIDS, and two dedicated for older adults. Our other buildings house mixed populations, including those with special needs including HIV/AIDS, older adults including frail elderly, formerly homeless, and transitional age youth (TAY) who are transitioning out of the foster care system.
Our latest project in Los Angeles, Vermont Manzanita, is a newly constructed 41-unit community, plus one manager's unit, for very low- and low-income families, which will contain one and three bedroom apartments.
- Fifteen units are reserved for families which are child welfare-involved homeless, and at-risk families with children between infancy to age 5. These families will be provided with a coordinated network of supportive services by Children’s Institute.
- The remaining 24 units will be occupied by large and small low income families. Many residents throughout the building may share the same demographic profile and needs.
Apartment Communities in PreDevelopment
- We have three other projects in pre-development, which when completed will provide an additional 192 units of affordable housing for low-income households, including families, seniors and special needs individuals over the next three to five years.