CHF, based in Redlands, California, supports the mission of the California Regional Centers by providing quality services and support programs designed to encourage and enable individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their highest possible level of personal independence, choice, and productivity.
CHANCE, based in Santa Barbara, California, provides an array of housing services to assist individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities obtain affordable, accessible, community-based housing in California.
HCC, based in San Jose, California, serves the four-county area covered by the San Andreas Regional Center. HCC develops affordable housing units and provides vital housing services.
HCEB, based in Oakland, California, creates programs for home ownership, housing education, as well as develops affordable rental unit and housing education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. HCEB serves counties of the Regional Center of the East Bay.
Housing Now, based in Sacramento, California, is a membership organization dedicated to expanding affordable and accessible housing options for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
HOME, based in Culver City, California, serves the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. HOME creates and manages permanent, affordable, accessible, safe and sanitary rental housing for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and facilitates independent community living options.
HOPE, based in Torrance, California, creates stable, affordable housing options for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through three programs: affordable housing, permanent state-licensed group homes, and the College to Career program.
NBHC, based in Napa, California, develops affordable housing units, home ownership, and housing education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live in the three-county area served by North Bay Regional Center.
Scioto, based in Powell, Ohio, finds and purchases properties that are safe, convenient and affordable homes for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Scioto works with provider organizations, state agencies, families, and individuals to ensure the homes are specific to the needs of the individuals who will live there.
SCHC, based in San Diego, California, creates affordable housing opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities who live in the counties served by San Diego Regional Center.
TCCHC, based in Santa Barbara, California, secures and maintains safe, accessible, affordable and sustainable residential properties for individuals with developmental disabilities served by regional centers.
UCPLA, based in Woodland Hills, California, develops affordable housing for individuals with developmental disabilities in the greater Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara areas.
WORKS, based in Los Angeles, California, delivers quality affordable housing and innovative enriched services. WORKS builds equitable, sustainable communities and encourages resident self-determination.
Last modified: February 8, 2021