Housing Costs in the San Diego Region

Housing Services Quick Contacts List Citywide Affordable Rental Housing Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Hotels Citywide Homeless Shelters Fair Housing Support Service Agency Contacts How to get on the Wait List 10 13 18 20 24 25 27 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 2 INTRODUCTION Housing costs in the San Diego region have escalated dramatically over the past few years. Home prices and rents are sky-high, while vacancy rates are at an all-time low. San Diego‘s lower-income families and individuals are truggling more than ever to find safe and decent affordable housing. The Federal government, through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), funds programs that are operated by cities and counties. Two of the programs that help low income families afford housing – rental assistance (section 8) and publicly owned housing – help thousands of San Diego region families. Unfortunately, the waiting list is long (about 49,000 families with the City of San Diego’s Housing Commission), and the length of wait averages eight to nine years.

If you believe you qualify for either of these programs (see inside for qualifications), you should get on the waiting list right away. In the meantime, while you are waiting, there are apartment complexes that offer rents below market rates. That list is included here (See “Citywide Affordable Housing”). While most of these complexes’ affordable units also have a waiting list, they tend to be shorter than the waiting list for rental assistance and public housing.

You will also find in this directory information about housing rehabilitation, shared housing facilities, home purchasing assistance, and emergency shelters. In this one directory, you will find information and phone numbers to call regarding resources in the City of San Diego, the County of San Diego, and 18 cities. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Geography Eligibility for housing programs depends upon your income, where you live, and any adjustments in income limits as required by the U. S.

Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). If you live in the City of San Diego, you may be eligible to participate in the San Diego Housing Commission’s programs. Refer to the City of San Diego Housing Programs beginning on page 4. If you live in the unincorporated areas of the County, or in the cities of Coronado, Del Mar, Imperial Beach, Lemon Grove, Poway, San Marcos, or Solana Beach, you may be eligible to participate in the County’s housing programs. Refer to the Housing Services Quick Contacts List on page 10.

If you live in the County of San Diego, but not in the City of San Diego or in the cities listed above, you may qualify for help through the County‘s Department of Housing and Community Development (page 9). Income The programs here help families with a broad range of income levels. Most require you to earn no more than 80% of the area median income (as adjusted by HUD), though most are available only to lower incomes. Apartment Complexes The apartment complexes included in this guide also range in terms of eligible incomes.

Please contact the apartment complexes directly for information on rents and income requirements. Other requirements are listed in the “Clientele” column of the table. 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 3 Shelters The Citywide Homeless Shelters list (page 15) naturally focuses on the homeless; however, many shelters have additional requirements. You should check the “Clientele” and ? Special Needs? column of the table to see if you are eligible.

Program Specific Guidelines 2010 San Diego County program income limits based on HUD-adjusted Area Median Income (AMI)* 50% of 60% of 80% of 100% of 120% of Family AMI AMI AMI AMI AMI Size Very-Low Low Moderate Moderate Moderate Income Income Income Income Income 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 $27,500 $31,400 $35,350 $39,250 $42,400 $45,550 $48,700 $51,850 $33,000 $37,680 $42,420 $47,100 $50,880 $54,660 $58,440 $62,220 $44,000 $50,250 $56,550 $62,800 $67,850 $72,850 $77,900 $82,900 $52,450 $59,900 $67,400 $74,900 $80,900 $86,900 $92,900 $98,850 $63,400 $72,500 $81,550 $90,600 $97,850 $105,100 $112,350 $119,600

Eligibility To qualify, applicants must be a very low-income family or a single person who is a senior citizen (62 years of age or older), disabled, U. S. veteran, or homeless person with a disability. Income—Gross household annual gross income must be at or below 80% of San Diego’s Area Median Income (AMI). Refer to page 4 for specific income limit figures. Contact For the application and waiting list information recording, call 619. 578. 7305 (English) or 619. 578. 7306 (Spanish) or 619. 578. 7307 (Vietnamese). Online application: www. sdhc. rg Note: The waiting list for Section 8 rental assistance is eight to nine years long. SDHC Rental Communities The San Diego Housing Commission owns and manages 1,746 rental housing units scattered throughout the City. These small (most have fewer than 25 units), well-maintained apartments provide affordable housing for low-income families, senior citizens, and disabled persons. Eligibility To qualify, applicants must be a senior citizen (62 years of age or older), have a disability or be homeless, displaced by government action and/or a very low-income family.

Income—Gross household annual gross income must be at or below 50% or 80% of San Diego’s Area Median Income (AMI). Contact For application and waiting list information recording, call 619-578-7305 (English) or 619. 578. 7306 (Spanish) or 619. 578. 7307 (Vietnamese). Note: The waiting list for SDHC Rental Communities is two to three years long (depending on bedroom size). The wait for four or five bedrooms is considerably longer. www. sdhc. org 4 *Note: Income limits for all programs subject to change; programs with income limits, 80% AMI and below are based on a HUD-adjusted formula.

CITY OF SAN DIEGO HOUSING PROGRAMS (To qualify, you must live or work in the City of San Diego. ) Section 8 Rental Assistance Program Section 8 rental assistance provides rent subsidies to lower-income and special needs households so their housing costs are 30 to 40 percent of their adjusted monthly household income. Participants in the program are responsible for finding a housing unit that complies with program guidelines. The San Diego Housing Commission inspects all assisted units to ensure they are in decent, safe, and sanitary condition. 010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 Shared Housing Program The Shared Housing Program matches persons in need of low-cost housing with residents who have space in their homes to share. Home providers supply a private bedroom, shared common space and utilities in exchange for the home seeker‘s contribution of services or low rent. This program is funded by the Housing Commission and is operated by ElderHelp of San Diego, a nonprofit agency. Eligibility Must be English speaking. Must eet the HUD low-, very-low or extremely-low-income requirement (under $29,000). Must be over the age of 18. Contact Call ElderHelp of San Diego at 619. 284. 9281 for information on the Shared Housing Program. Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Hotels Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotels are single room units with a bed, small refrigerator, and a microwave. These units usually do not require security deposits, or first and last months‘ rent, and have lower rents. Refer to page 12 for a list of the SRO hotels in the City of San Diego Contact Call or visit SRO hotels directly.

Home Security Screen Door & Lighting Program The Home Security Screen Door & Lighting Program funds the installation of free security screen doors and exterior lighting to owneroccupied households. Preference is given to seniors (62 year of age or older) or disabled persons. The San Diego /Imperial Counties Labor Council administer this program. Eligibility Geography—Must live in targeted zip codes of City of San Diego: Portions of 92101, 92102, 92103, 92104, 92105, 92108, 92109, 92110, 92113, 92114, 92115, 92117, 92123. 92139. 2010 Affordable Housing Resources

Income—Households‘ annual gross income must be at or below 80% of San Diego’s Area Median Income (AMI). Refer to page 4 for specific income limit figures. Contact Call San Diego/Imperial counties Labor Council at 619. 283. 5411 for information on this program. Minor Home Repairs Program The Minor Home Repairs Program provides limited home repair and some materials to very-low income, seniors (62 years of age or older), and disabled homeowners. The San Diego Housing Commission contracts with three agencies to administer this program.

Minor Home Repairs Program Geographic Eligibility ; Contact Information JFS Fix It Service 858. 637. 335 Geography—You must live in south San Diego County. MAAC Project 619. 409. 7588 (Available to both homeowners and renters) Geography—You must live in the City of San Diego south of Highway 94 in zip codes 92102, 92113, 92114, 92139, 92154, 92173 San Diego Gas ; Electric Energy Team 858. 514. 4030 Geography—You must live in the City or County of San Diego Eligibility Geography—Please refer to the following table for geographic eligibility and contact information. www. sdhc. org 5

San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 Income—Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 50% of San Diego’s Area Median Income (AMI). Please refer to page 4 for specific income limit figures. Owner-Occupied Residential Rehabilitation Program The following programs are administered for the City of San Diego by the San Diego Housing Commission and provide loans for the repair of owner-occupied homes and grants for the repair of mobile homes within the City of San Diego. Four citywide types of assistance are available to eligible applicants.

One Percent (1%) Deferred Payment Loans Deferred payment loans are offered at one percent simple interest for one- to four-unit owner-occupied properties. Loans of up to $35,000 for single-unit properties and $50,000 for two- to four-unit properties are available and require full principal with interest repayment upon resale, refinance or further loans against the property, or thirty (30) years, whichever event occurs first. No Interest (0%) Deferred Payment Loans Single unit owner-occupants may qualify for zero percent deferred payment loans of up to $20,000.

No monthly payments are required and no interest is accrued. Owner must repay entire principal amount upon resale, refinance, rental or further loans against the property. This type of loan can only be used once and cannot be used in conjunction with the one percent deferred loans described above. Mobile Home Repair Grants One-time non-repayable grants of up to $5,500 are available to owner-occupants of mobile homes for the elimination of health and safety hazards. Lead Paint Hazard Reduction Grants 2010 Affordable Housing Resources

Owner-occupied or rental properties constructed prior to 1979 which have children under six years of age either residing or frequently visiting (6 hours per week) and which are found to have lead hazards may be eligible for grants to remove the lead hazards up to $10,000 for a single family unit and as much as $5,000 per multi-family unit, with an additional $5,000 available for common areas. These grants may be combined with the other housing rehabilitation loans referenced in this section.

Eligibility Geography–Must live in the City of San Diego. Value – A Single Family Residence must be valued at under $496,375 to be eligible for assistance. Income–To qualify for all owner-occupied programs except zerointerest loans and mobile home grants, applicants must earn 80 percent or less of Area Median Income (AMI). For zero-interest loans and mobile home grants, household income may not exceed 60 percent of the AMI. Contact Call 619. 578. 7521 for more information on the Citywide Rehabilitation Program.

Targeted Owner-Occupant Rehabilitation Housing Enhancement Loan Programs (HELP) are available for 1 or 2-unit residential properties targeted Redevelopment Project Areas in the City of San Diego consisting of City Heights, College Grove, Crossroads, Grantville, Linda Vista, North Park, San Ysidro and Southeast San Diego. To qualify, the owner must reside in the property that will be renovated. The Housing Enhancement Loans range from $20,000 to $30,000 depending upon the specific Redevelopment Project Area. They are available to 1 and 2-unit residential properties www. sdhc. org 6

San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 whose owner-occupants gross household income does not exceed 100% AMI. The loan is deferred at 3% simple interest and forgivable over a (10) year period, conditioned on continued owner-occupancy and no further loan encumbrances. If sold or encumbered within the first five years, the borrower would repay full loan amount plus 3% simple interest per year. Commencing with years 6 through 10, twenty (20) percent of the principal will be forgiven each year. Contact Call 619. 578. 7521 for more information on the Targeted OwnerOccupant Rehabilitation programs.

Home Purchasing Assistance Mortgage Credit Certificate Program (MCC) First-time homebuyers purchasing houses or condominiums within the City of San Diego can receive a tax credit equal to either 15 or 20 percent of the mortgage interest they pay each year on their federal income taxes. This increases their take home pay, which helps them make their monthly mortgage payment and qualify for a larger first mortgage. Buyers apply through participating lenders. In certain targeted census tracts, income and purchase price limits are higher, and first-time buyer status is waived.

Eligibility Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego. Visit our website at www. sdhc. org and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information. Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance Grant Under the City of San Diego‘s Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program, a buyer applying for a MCC can also apply for a recoverable grant equal to four percent of the purchase price, not to exceed $10,000, to be used toward the down payment and closing cost assistance. The four percent assistance will be comprised of two percent for the down payment with the balance being used for closing costs.

The buyer must be a first-time homebuyer whose income falls within certain guidelines. The grant is recoverable if the buyer sells or rents the home within the first six years. It is only available with first mortgages without a balloon payment. First-time homebuyers should apply through the MCC participating lender who is providing the first mortgage. Eligibility Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego Income – Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 100% of San Diego‘s Area Median Income (AMI). See Page 4. Visit our website at www. sdhc. rg and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information San Diego Shared Equity Program This is a federally funded program available to qualified first-time homebuyers earning 80 percent or less of the median area income, as adjusted for family size. This program can help a buyer purchase www. sdhc. org 7 MCC Purchase Price Limits Non-Targeted Targeted Area House Type Area Resale $543,112 $663,804 New $479,898 $586,542 MCC Income Eligibility Limits Non-Targeted Targeted Area Family Size Area 1-2 Persons $72,100 $ 86,520 3+ Persons $82,915 $100,940 2010 Affordable Housing Resources

San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 a home in the City of San Diego by providing a second trust deed loan. The shared equity loans are zero percent interest and require no monthly payments of principal. The loan term is 30-years. However, if the buyer sells the property or pays off the shared equity loan within the first 15 years, the equity in the property is shared with the Housing Commission. The maximum loan amount is $93,812 or 25 percent of the purchase price or appraised value; whichever is less.

Buyer must have adequate income and an acceptable credit history, plus sufficient funds available for a minimum down payment of three percent and closing costs. Also, buyer is required to attend a homebuyer class. Maximum purchase price or appraised value is $375,250. First time homebuyers should apply through the shared equity participating lender providing the first mortgage. Eligibility Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego. Income – Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 80% of San Diego‘s Area Median Income (AMI).

See Page 4. Visit our website at www. sdhc. org and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information CalHome First-time Homebuyer Mortgage Assistance Program This is a State funded program available to qualified first-time homebuyers earning 80 percent or less of median area income, as adjusted for family size. This program can help a buyer purchase a home in the City of San Diego by providing a second trust deed loan. The maximum loan amount is 25 percent of the purchase price or appraised value; whichever is less.

The loan term is 30-years. However, if the buyer sells the property or pays off the CalHome loan, they must pay an amount equal to the Housing Commission‘s share of appreciation in value of the property. That is, if the CalHome loan equaled 25 percent of the initial value of the home, a maximum of 25 percent of the appreciation will be due the Housing Commission. Buyer must have adequate income and an acceptable credit history, plus sufficient funds available for a minimum down payment of three 2010 Affordable Housing Resources ercent and closing costs. Also, buyer is required to attend a homebuyer education class. There is no maximum purchase price; however, the price paid for the house must be substantiated by a qualified appraiser. First time homebuyer should apply through the participating lender provided the first mortgage. Eligibility Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego. Income – Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 80% of San Diego‘s Area Median Income (AMI). See Page 4. Visit our website at www. sdhc. rg and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information Condominium Conversion Loans 80% Area Median Income This program is designed to make funds available to low and very low-income households to help with the purchase of their existing rental unit that is being converted to a condominium. The financing is in the form of a second trust deed loan. The loans are zero percent interest and require no monthly payments of principal; however, there is a shared equity provision. The loan term is 30-years.

If the buyer sells the property or pays off the loan within the first 15 years, the equity in the property is shared with the Housing Commission. The maximum loan amount is $93,812 or 25 percent of the purchase price or appraised value; whichever is less. The maximum purchase price or appraised value is $375,250 as approved by HUD, resulting in a maximum shared equity loan of $93,812. Buyer must have adequate income and an acceptable credit history, plus sufficient funds available for a minimum down payment of three percent and closing costs.

Also, buyer is required to attend a homebuyer class. Existing tenants in rental units being converted to condominiums who are first time homebuyers can contact the Housing Commission at (619) 5787491 for lender information. Eligibility 8 San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego. Income – Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 80% of San Diego‘s Area Median Income (AMI). See Page 4.

Condominium Conversion Loans 100% Area Median Income This is a locally funded homeownership program to assist low to moderate income tenants living in rental property that is being converted to condominiums purchase a unit in their development. This program provides financing, in the form of a second trust deed loan, not to exceed $15,000. The loan is for 30-years at zero percent interest and has no monthly payments. However, if the buyer sells the property or pays off the Housing Commission loan, they must pay an amount equal to the Housing Commission‘s share of appreciation in value of the property.

That is, if the Housing Commission loan equaled 10 percent of the initial value of the home, a maximum of 10 percent of the appreciation will be due the Housing Commission. Buyer must have adequate income and an acceptable credit history, plus sufficient funds available for a minimum down payment of three percent and closing costs. There is no maximum purchase price; however, the price paid for the house must be substantiated by a qualified appraiser. Existing tenants in rental units being converted to condominiums who are first time homebuyers can contact the Housing Commission at (619) 578-7491 for lender information.

Eligibility Geography – Must live in the City of San Diego Income – Household‘s annual gross income must be at or below 100% of San Diego‘s Area Median Income (AMI). See Page 4. Centre City Development Corporation’s (CCDC) Downtown Firsttime Homebuyer Program In an effort to make home ownership more accessible and affordable, Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) on behalf of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego, created a program that assists first-time homebuyers earning 120 percent or less of area 2010 Affordable Housing Resources median income to purchase a home in downtown San Diego.

This program provides financing, in the form of a second trust deed loan, not to exceed $75,000. The loan is for 30-years at zero percent interest and has no monthly payments for the first five years. Beginning year six, buyers will be required to make level monthly principal payments. If the buyer sells within 30 years, they must pay an amount equal to CCDC‘s share of appreciation in value of the property. From year 35 to year 45, CCDC‘s share of appreciation is reduced by 50 percent. First-time homebuyers should apply through the participating lender providing the first mortgage. See Page 4.

Eligibility Maximum Qualifying Income Limits Source: HUD 2010 120% AMI Family Size 1 Person 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons Household Income $63,400 $72,500 $81,550 $90,600 $97,850 Geography – Any single-family residence, condominium unit, or townhouse located in downtown neighborhoods within the Centre City or Horton Plaza redevelopment projects. Visit our website at www. sdhc. org and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information Rental Housing Development The San Diego Housing Commission works in partnership with forprofit and nonprofit developers to build affordable housing complexes throughout the City of San Diego.

Target populations are extremely low-, very low-, and low-income households including families, seniors, and special needs populations. www. sdhc. org 9 San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 Eligibility Geography — All projects must be located in the City of San Diego. Visit our website at www. sdhc. org and click Home buyer assistance programs for more information Housing Services Quick Contact List Services General Program Assistance 760. 434. 2810 619. 585. 5722 858. 694. 4885 858. 755. 9313 619. 441. 1710 760. 633. 2723 760. 839. 4841 858. 694. 4885 619. 667. 1192 619. 25. 3800 619. 336. 4250 760. 435. 3360 858. 668. 4555 619. 231. 9400 (SDHC general info) Home Purchasing Assistance 858. 292. 3300 619. 585. 5722 858. 292. 3300 858. 292. 3300 619. 441. 1710 858. 292. 3300 760. 633. 2724 858. 292. 3300 760. 839. 4532 858. 292. 3300 858. 292. 3300 619. 667. 1192 858. 292. 3300 858. 292. 3300 619. 336. 4250 858. 292. 3300 760. 435. 3360 858. 292. 3300 619. 578. 7302 (Recorded information) Minor Home Repair & Home Security Mobile home Park Ownership Rental Assistance 760. 434. 2810 Residential Rehabilitation – homes & mobile homes Residential Rehabilitation – rental property

Shared Housing Carlsbad Chula Vista Coronado Del Mar El Cajon Encinitas Escondido Imperial Beach La Mesa Lemon Grove National City Oceanside Poway San Diego City 619. 476. 7055 619. 585. 5722 858. 694. 4801 858. 694. 4801 858. 792. 7565 858. 694. 4801 760. 633. 2723 619. 585. 5722 858. 694. 4823 858. 694. 4823 619. 441. 1710 858. 694. 4823 760. 839. 4841 858. 694. 4823 No mobilehome program 858. 694. 4823 858. 694. 4823 619. 422. 6876 858. 792. 7565 760. 839. 4516 858. 694. 4801 858. 694. 4801 760. 726. 4900 Ext. 224 858. 694. 4823 619. 422. 6876 619. 442. 3281 858. 694. 4823 619. 442. 3281 619. 667. 1192 58. 694. 4801 858. 694. 4801 619. 336. 4250 760. 435. 3360 760. 435. 3360 858. 694. 4801 619. 667. 1192 858. 694. 4823 619. 336. 4250 760. 435. 3360 858. 679. 4275 619. 578. 7521 858. 694. 4823 619. 578. 7521 760. 757. 0118 858. 748. 9675 619. 284. 9281 619. 578-7521 (SDHC general info) 619. 578. 7305 Eng 619. 578. 7306 Spn 619. 578. 7307 Vtn 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 10 Services General Program Assistance Home Purchasing Assistance Minor Home Repair & Home Security Mobile home Park Ownership Rental Assistance

Residential Rehabilitation – homes & mobile homes Residential Rehabilitation – rental property Shared Housing 619. 422. 6876 (So. Bay) San Diego County (Unincorporated) 619. 442. 3281 858. 694. 4885 858. 292. 3300 760. 737. 8640 858. 694. 4801 858). 694. 4823 858. 694. 4823 (East County) 760. 726. 4900 Ext 224 (No. County) San Marcos 619. 258. 4100 Ext. 133 619. 258. 4100 Ext 133 858. 694. 4885 760. 639. 6191 Santee Solana Beach Vista 619. 258. 4100 Ext. 133 858. 292. 3300 619. 258. 4100 Ext 133 or 858. 292. 3300 858. 292. 3300 760. 639. 6191 858. 292. 3300 619. 476. 7055 858. 694. 4801 619. 258. 4100 Ext. 133 619. 258. 100 Ext 133 858. 694. 4823 760. 639. 6191 858. 694. 4823 760. 726. 4900 858. 694. 4890 858. 694. 4885 858. 694. 4877 858. 694. 4801 858. 694. 4801 Many jurisdictions, including the City and County of San Diego, also offer incentives and loans to developers for the development of affordable housing. In addition, several local jurisdictions and numerous non-profit organizations offer transitional housing programs, emergency shelters and affordable housing units. For more information, see the Citywide Affordable Housing Inventory (page 9), the listing of SRO Hotels (page 17) and the Homeless Shelter Inventory (page 20).

CITYWIDE AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING This list provides information on housing complexes in San Diego County where some or all of the housing units are affordable for lower income households. The ? Unit‘s? column shows the housing units in the apartment complex that have affordable rents. You will need to contact the housing complexes for specific information on rents, income requirements, or vacancies. Handicapped accessible units may or may not be affordable. Complexes have different income restrictions. Most listings have waiting lists. Apartments Address Zip Code Contact Bed rooms Handicapped Accessible Units Clientele

San Diego 16 and Market Street Apartments 33rd St. Family Housing, L. P. 40 Street (South) 54 Place Apts. th th th 1550 Market Street 351 S. 33rd St. 1440 So 40 St 4238 54 Place th th 92101 92113 92113 92115 619. 687. 1074 619. 702. 1660 1,2,3 2,3 1,2,3 136 40 16 26 Families Small Families Large Families 619. 264. 6703 1,2,3 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 11 Apartments 900 F St Apts. Alabama Manor Alta Vista Apts. Angelucci Street Auburn Park Bandar Salaam Barrio Senior Villas Bay Vista Methodist Heights Bella Vista Apts.

Beyer Courtyards Canyon Rim Canyon Vista Court Casa Colina Del Sol Casa de Balboa Cathedral Arms Cathedral Plaza CCBA Senior Garden Cerro Pueblo Apts. Chandon Village** City Heights Square Columbia Tower Cornerstone Apts. Coronado Terrace I & II Crandall Apts. Creekside Trails Creekside Village Apts (The) Crossings 900 “F” St. Address Zip Code 92101 92104 92105 92111 92105 92105 92113 92113 92113 92173 92129 92105 92105 92117 92103 92101 92101 92117 Contact 619. 233. 4787 619-955-8075 619. 584. 1535 858. 569. 7681 714. 363. 4090 619. 563. 5872 619. 236. 8188 619. 263. 2221 619. 527. 8600 619. 662. 857 858. 672. 2001 619. 584. 1535 619. 287. 2910 858. 454. 8857 619. 291. 3883 619. 234. 0093 619. 236. 8130 619. 275. 5361 760. 518. 4826 Bed rooms 1,2,3 1, 2 2 2 Studios, 1,2,3 1,2,3,4,5 1,2 2,3 1,2,3 2,3 2,3 2 1 1 0,1 0,1 0,1 1 1,2,3 Studio, 1 0,1 2 2,3 2,3 1,2,3 2,4 Handicapped Accessible ? ? Units 99 67 12 60 69 68 Clientele 3836 Alabama Street 3535-3545 43rd St. 3502 Angelucci St. 5135 University Avenue 3810 Winona Ave 2322 Newton Ave. 4888 Logan Ave. 4742 Solola Ave. 3412 Beyer Blvd. 10845 Via Los Narcisos 3429-3431 43rd St. 5207 52nd Pl. 6106 Beadnell Way 3911 Park Blvd. 1551 Third Ave. 38 Third Ave. 2835 Clairemont Dr. 14350-60 Camino de La Luna 4065 43 Street 904 State St. 3604 Van Dyke 1183 25th St. 2154 Garston St. 2129 Coronado Ave. 4685 Nogal St 13525 Zinnia Hills Pl. rd Seniors 55+ Families Families Large Families Seniors 62+ ? ? 10 268 169 60 357 8 Families ? 75 88 205 Seniors 62+; Disabled Seniors Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ Seniors 55+ Seniors 62+ Large Families Seniors Seniors 62+ ? 172 45 ? 45 10 150 92105 92101 92105 92154 92111 92154 92102 92130 619. 281. 0483 619. 696. 0201 619. 584. 1535 619. 423. 5804 858. 279. 6060 619. 869. 7023 619. 263. 2686 858. 481. 1291 ? 50 7 312 144 50 144 108 Large Families Large Families 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 12 Apartments Del Mar Apts. Delta Manor Derby Terrace Apts. ** Egyptian (The) El Nido Entrada Apts. Euclid Avenue Apts. Euclid Court Euclid Court Apts. Fairbanks Ridge at Del Sur Felton Street Duplex Gateway Family Housing I Golden Age Garden Apts. Golden Villas Grace Tower Grant Heights Park Green Manor Guadalupe Plaza Hacienda Townhomes Harbor View Harmony Home Apts. Hawthorn I Apts. Hawthorn II Apts. Heritage Apts.

Hillside Gardens Apts. Hollywood Palms Horton 4 Apts. th Address 2172 Front St. 4245 Delta St. 14103 Old Camino Real, #7 3812 Park Blvd. Zip Code 92101 92113 92130 92103 92105 Contact 619. 702. 7481 619. 266. 8395 858. 847. 0221 619. 398. 1543 619. 563. 9878 619. 235. 4404 619. 276. 6271 619. 584. 1535 619. 584. 1535 858. 720. 8312 Bed rooms 0,1 1,2,3 2 1,2 1,2 0,1,2 1,2,3 0,1,2 0,1 Handicapped Accessible Units 11 22 Clientele ? 24 80 10 Small Families Special Purpose 453 13 St. 4115 Euclid Ave. 4217 Euclid Ave 4217-4231 Euclid Ave. North San Diego 1825 Felton St Logan Ave. and 16 Street 740 S. 6th St. 3355 Elm St. 3955 Park Blvd. 2663 “J” St. 4041 Ibis St. 4142 42nd St. 350 17 St. 404 47th St. 4251 44th St. 3051 Hawthorn St. 3036 Hawthorn St. , #6 1471 8 Ave. 5802 University Ave. 4366 Home Ave. 808 4 Ave. th th th th th 92101 92105 92105 92105 ? 40 12 11 11 204 Small Families 92102 92113 92113 92102 92103 92102 92103 92105 92101 92102 92105 92104 92104 92101 92115 92105 92101 619. 696. 9992 714. 931. 3321 619. 231. 7833 619. 239. 8466 619. 298. 5442 619. 239. 0251 619. 297. 1601 619. 584. 2414 619. 236. 0955 619. 263. 5858 619. 584. 1535 619. 640. 1712 619. 640. 1712 213. 488. 0010 619. 82. 8588 619. 269. 3008 619. 238. 4500 2,3 2,3 1 1,2,3,4 0,1 1,2 0,1 1 2,3 2,3 1 0,1,2 0,1,2 0,1,2 1,2 2,3,4 0,1 ? ? ? ? ? 2 16 76 32 165 28 150 124 52 60 12 14 17 230 95 94 51 Small Families Families Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+; Disabled Disabled Seniors 65+; Disabled Small Families Moderate income 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 13 Apartments Horton House Imperial Villa Island Village Jean C. McKinney Manor Juniper Gardens Apts. Knox Glen Apts. Lakeshore Villa Las Flores Apts.

Las Serenas Las Serenas Leah Residence Lillian Place Lincoln Park Lions Community Manor Luther Tower Apts. Mariners Cove Market Square Manor Market Street Square Maya Linda Apts. McKinney Manor Meadowbrook Park Apts. I Meadowbrook Park Apts. II Mercado Apts. Mercy Gardens Mesa Family Villas Metro Villas Address 333 “G” St. 620 67th St. 1245 Market St. 5641 Imperial Ave 4251-59 Juniper St. , #40 4754 Logan Ave. 6888 Golfcrest Dr. 7039 Charmant Dr. 4316 Delta St. 4352 Delta St J Street between 14th & 15th downtown 4910-20 Oceanview Blvd/440 S 49th St. 310 Market St. 1455 Second Ave. 4392 W. Point Loma Blvd. 525 14th St. 06 Third Ave. 10101 Maya Linda Rd. Imperial Ave. & Valencia Pkwy. 7844 Paradise Valley Rd. 7844 Paradise Valley Rd. 2001 Newton Ave. Zip Code 92101 92114 92101 92114 92105 92113 92119 92122 92113 92113 92101 92101 92113 92101 92101 92107 92101 92101 92126 92114 92139 92139 92113 92103 Contact 619. 239. 5171 619. 263. 6573 619. 236. 1440 619. 266. 0928 619. 263. 1933 619. 527. 7228 619. 463. 9611 858. 457. 5161 619. 262. 2847 619. 262. 3891 858. 537. 2026 619. 235. 2296 619. 262. 4542 619. 235. 4433 619. 234. 1272 619. 225. 1473 619. 237. 8004 619. 696. 0949 858. 271. 0191 619. 262. 2671 619. 479. 6565 619. 479. 6565 619. 33. 7990 619. 255. 8891 619. 423. 3663 619. 584. 1535 Bed rooms 0,1 1,2,3 0 1 2,3 2,3,4 1 1,2 2,3 2, 3 0,1,2 1,2,3 3,4 1 0,1 1,2 0 0,1,2 1,2,3 Handicapped Accessible ? Units 150 38 Clientele Seniors 62+; Disabled ? 280 50 Seniors ? ? ? ? 39 53 126 63 108 Seniors 62+ 23 74 ? ? 15 129 32 200 ? 200 40 41 50 Special Purpose Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ 2,3 2,3 1,2,3 0,1 3 1,2,3,4 ? ? 151 215 144 22 41 120 Large Families Disabled; special purpose 2065 Avenida del Mexico 39 & Polk th 92154 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 14

Apartments Mirada at La Jolla Colony Mission Terrace Apts. Mountain View Estates Mountain View Estates National Avenue Apts. Olivewood Gardens Orchard I Orchard II Otay Park Apts. Pacific Village Palm Terrace Apts. Park Place Apts. Parkside Court Parkway Manor Penasquitos Village Potiker Residence President John Adams Manor Rancho del Norte Redwood Villas Reese Village Regency Centre Apts. Renaissance at North Park Royal Apts. Royal Apts. Sagewood at StoneBridge Estates San Diego Apts. Address 7568 Charmant Dr. 10210 San Diego Mission Rd. 3992 Oceanview Blvd/422-424 S 40th St. 3992 Ocean View Blvd 4058 National Ave. 865 55th St. 4040 Hancock 4080 Hancock 1170 30th Street 1551 Saturn Blvd. 2885 Palm Ave. 4033 33rd St. 4010 Park Haven Ct. 3766-3778 35th St. 10955 Carmel Mtn. Rd. 525 14 St. 5471 Bayview Heights Pl. 16700 Saintbury Glen 3060 53 St rd th Zip Code 92122 92108 92113 92113 92113 92105 92028 92028 92154 92154 92154 92104 92113 92104 92129 92101 92105 92127 92105 92115 Contact 858. 450. 6400 619. 283. 6323 619. 262. 4542 Bed rooms 1,2 1,2,3 1,3,5 1,3,5 Handicapped Accessible ? Units 89 76 4 4 6 Clientele Large Families 619. 262. 8403 619. 262. 0949 619. 224. 7775 619. 224. 7775 619. 429. 7903 619. 429. 3111 619. 575. 373 619. 285. 5600 619. 264. 5692 619. 584. 0432 858. 672. 0300 619. 237. 8004 619. 262. 0722 858. 832. 1385 Must apply in person 858. 790. 3744 619-266-1661 619. 668. 1532 x306 858. 866. 5636 858. 866. 5636 858. 397. 1060 2 1 0,1 1 1,2,3 2,3 2 1 1,2,3 1,2 1,2 0 1,2,3 1,2,3 0,1,2 1 0,1,2 1,2 0 0 1,2,3 0,1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 60 275 288 71 100 45 32 40 18 213 200 300 119 90 18 100 96 121 48 106 16 Seniors 55+ Seniors Seniors Seniors 62+ Seniors Large Families Large Families Seniors Disabled; special purpose Small Families 4765 Home Ave. 4330 30th St. 1616 Guy St. 5101-5111 Towle Ct. Scripps Poway Pkwy. & Pomerado Rd. 085 44th St. 92105 92104 92103 92105 Large Families Seniors 55+; Disabled 92105 619. 584. 1535 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 15 Apartments San Diego Leisure Life Village San Diego Square Scripps Lofts Seabreeze Farms** Shirley Heights Homes Silvercrest San Diego Sorrento Tower St. Paul’s Manor St. Stephen‘s Retirement Center (formerly Lazzell) Address 10955 Carmel Mtn. Rd. 1055 9th Ave. 525 C St. 12759 Seabreeze Farms Dr. 7420 Amanda St. 727 “E” Street 2875 Cowley Way, #102 2635 Second Ave. 5625 Imperial Ave

Zip Code 92129 92101 92101 92130 92114 92101 92110 92103 92114 Contact 858. 672. 0300 619. 239. 2073 619. 235. 5601 858. 523. 1328 858. 751. 6326 619. 699. 7272 619. 276. 1775 619. 239. 2097 619. 264. 1997 Related Management Co. 1132 E. Plaza Blvd, #203, Box 404 National City, CA 91950 Bed rooms 1,2 1 0 2,3 4 1 0,1 1 0,1, Handicapped Accessible Units 134 Clientele ? 154 10 Seniors 62+ ? 38 34 ? ? 123 184 147 Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ Seniors 60+ Seniors 62+ ? 59 St. Stephens Apartments 5825 Imperial Ave. 92114 1 ? 50 Seniors 55+ Stonewood Gardens Stork Street Apts Stratton Apts. Studio 15 Summerset Village Apts.

Sycamore Court Apts. Talmadge Senior Village Teralta Court Apts. Tesoro Grove Torrey del Mar** Torrey Highlands Apts. ** Town ; Country Village Townspeople – 51 Street st 3889 Midway Dr. 550 Stork St 5765 Mt. Alifan Dr. 1475 Imperial Avenue 11102 Caminito Alvarez 1048 48th St. 5252 El Cajon Blvd. 4165-4175 Highland Ave. 1150 Tesoro Grove Way 13875 Carmel Valley Rd. 13370 Torrey Meadows Dr. 4066 Messina Dr. , #B 92110 92114 92111 92101 92126 92105 92115 92105 92154 92130 92129 92113 92115 619. 223. 4766 0,1,2 2 255 15 ? 26 274 ? ? 153 17 91 13 104 ? ? 112 75 97 24 Special purpose Seniors Small Families 858. 278. 5200 714. 63. 4090 858. 530. 2100 619. 584. 1535 619. 265. 1600 619. 584. 1535 619. 271. 0204 858. 780. 8760 858. 538. 6425 619. 263. 0737 619. 295. 8802 2,3 0 0,1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2,3 1,2,3 1,2,3 2,3 2,3 0 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 16 Apartments Townspeople-Wilson Ave. Apts. The Crossings** Trinity Manor Trojan Apts University Canyon Apts. Urban Village Town Homes Van Dyke Ave. Villa Alta Villa Andalucia Apts. ** Villa Glen Villa Harvey Mandel Apts. Villa Maria Villa Merced Village at Morena Vista Village Place Apts. Village View Apts.

Vista La Rosa Vista Serena Apts. Vista Terraza** Vista Verde Apts Wesley Terrace Westminster Manor WestView Home Apts. Wightman Place Apts. Windwood Village** Winona Apts. Yale Lofts Address Zip Code 92103 Contact 619. 295. 8802 858. 481. 1291 619. 297. 1512 619. 265. 0265 858. 492. 8391 619. 285. 1225 619. 283. 0682 619. 582. 2605 858. 755. 8562 858. 538. 2207 619. 687. 1074 619. 236. 9353 619. 423. 8325 619. 294. 3566 619. 687. 1074 619. 584. 1535 619. 423. 6094 619. 285. 5600 858. 484. 3027 619. 702. 1660 619. 582. 8100 619. 233. 7001 619. 584. 1535 619. 285. 5600 858. 350. 4696 858. 292. 3333 619. 687. 7380

Bed rooms 1,2 1,2,3 1 0,1,2 1,2,3 2,3,4 1,2,4 1 1,2,3 1,2,3 0,1 2,3 1 1,2,3 1 1,2,3 2,3 0,1 1,2,3 2,3 0,1 0,1 1,2 2,3,4,5 1,2,3 2 2 (Lofts) Handicapped Accessible ? Units 8 108 Clientele Special purpose Families Seniors 62+ Small Families Small Families Large Families 13505-13545 Zinnia Hills Pl 3940 Park Blvd. 5222 Trojan Ave 2052 Via Las Cumbres 3806 Fairmount Ave. 3565 Van Dyke Ave. 4227 52nd St. 6591 Rancho del Sol Way 6984 Santa Fe Torrey Rd. 72 17th St. 1528 India Street, #201 1148 Beyer Way 5395 Napa Street 32 17th St. 3830-3832 43rd St. 2002 Rimbey Ave. 3155 “L” Street 7735 Via Solare 351 So 33 St 5343 Monroe Ave. 730 Third Ave. 3536 43rd St. 5052 Wightman St 12730-12770 Briarcrest Pl. 3845 Winona Ave. 1111 “F” St. rd 92130 92103 92115 92111 92105 92105 92115 92130 92129 92113 92101 92154 92110 92101 92105 92154 92102 92129 92113 92115 92101 92105 92105 92130 92105 92101 ? 98 53 ? 120 116 14 ? ? 69 31 26 Seniors 62+ ? ? 90 15 100 Disabled; Homeless Seniors Families Disabled; Homeless ? ? 185 46 30 ? ? 240 21 123 Seniors 62+ Families Large Families Seniors 62+ Seniors 62+ ? 40 160 ? 152 6 45 Large Families ? 92 14 4 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 7 Apartments Address Zip Code Contact Bed rooms Handicapped Accessible Units Clientele San Ysidro Beyer Courtyards Del Prado Apts. La Posada Parkhaven I, II, III Posadas de los Granados by Casa Familiar Villa Nueva Vista Lane Courts Vista Terrace Hills 4114 Camino de la Plaza 4224 Camino de la Plaza 241 Willow Rd. 121 W. Hall Ave. 3604 Beyer Blvd. 440 South Vista Ln. 1790 Del Sur Blvd. 3412 Beyer Blvd. 3878 Beyer Blvd. 92173 92173 92173 92173 92173 92173 92173 92173 619. 662. 0857 619. 428. 6003 619. 662. 7589 619. 297. 3565 619. 428. 1115 619. 428. 2291 619. 690. 0224 619. 428. 1125 2,3 1,2,3 2,3 1,2,3,4 3 2,3,4 0,1,2 3,4 ? ? 60 59 25 452 2 390 40 262 Disabled Special purpose Large Families Seniors 62+ Large Families **These housing developments were created or are being built under City of San Diego inclusionary housing programs, which ensure that affordable housing is made available to lower income households when new market rate homes are built. SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO) HOTELS Another type of more affordable housing, as compared to market-rate apartments, is single room occupancy (SRO) hotels—not recommended for families but only for single individuals. The following is a list of single room occupancy (SRO) hotels.

They are typically single room units with a bed, small refrigerator, and a microwave. These units offer affordable rents and usually do not require security deposits, nor first and last month‘s rent. All of the SROs listed are in the City of San Diego. Unless otherwise noted, all phone numbers are in the 619 area code unless otherwise noted. Name of SRO Hotel 500 West Arlington Hotel Arthur Hotel Astor Hotel Baltic Inn Barcelona Apts/Hotel Bayview Thrift Lodge Beachfront Motor Hostel Address 500 West Broadway 701 7th Avenue 728 Market Street 421 E Street 521 6th Avenue 326 Juniper Street 1943 Pacific Highway 707 Reed Street Phone 234. 252×104 231. 2385 –237. 0687 232. 0153 232. 7551 -Name of SRO Hotel Beechwood Hotel Bell Hotel Buckner Hotel C Street Inn Callan Hotel Capri Hotel Centerbury Apts Central Hotel Address 1465 4th 1492 K street 765 10th Avenue 636 C Street 460 Island 319 W. E Street 2420 B Street 835 6th Avenue Phone 696. 9694 239. 2488 231. 8712 234. 4165 -232. 3369 -234. 9403 www. sdhc. org 18 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101

Name of SRO Hotel Centre City Manor Chadwick Hotel Coast Hotel Coastal Cab SRO Cole Block Bldg Dustin Arms Hotel Ebony Inn Motel El Ray Motel E-Z 8 Motel E-Z 8 Motel Friendship Hotel Gaslamp Quarter Hotel Gaslamp Quarter Hotel Gateway Inn Gibraltar Lodge Golden West Hotel Grand Pacific Hostel Harbor Arms Harvey’s Tour Inn Hawthorn Inn Hillcrest Inn Historic Bell Manor Home Run Hotel Hostel Hotel Hotel 434 Hotel Churchill Castle Hotel Heritage Hotel Mediterranean Hotel Metro Hotel San Diego Imperial Hotel Inn at the YMCA Island Bonita Island Hotel Island Inn

Address 1440 4th Avenue 646 A Street 501 7th Avenue 745 15th Street 444 G Street 701 5th 740 32nd Street 3894 Beyer Blvd 3325 Midway Drive 4747 Pacific Highway 3942 8th Avenue 417 Market Street 536 4th Avenue 701 San Ysidro Blvd 2905 Clay Avenue 720 4th Avenue 437 J Street 1504 India Street 7166 El Cajon Blvd 2121 1st Avenue 3754 5th Avenue 927 6th Avenue 1427 Market Street 521 Market 434 13th Street 827 C Street 547 9th Avenue 1331 E Street 435 13th Street 339 W.

Broadway 2701 Imperial 500 W. Broadway 470 20th Street 461 5th Avenue 202 Island Ave. Phone 233. 4439 239. 3950 239. 4604 -299. 8461 235. 0255 234. 1445 428. 3322 223. 9500 223. 9500 298. 9898 234. 2835 232. 3630 428. 2251 231. 0032 233. 7594 232. 3100 233. 1867 463. 5700 238. 9624 293. 7080 232. 1517 231. 2610 525. 1531 696. 1414 234. 5186 237. 8026 231. 8656 696. 6500 234. 0221 231. 4269 234. 5252 234. 5629 237. 1242 232. 4138

Name of SRO Hotel J Street Hometel J Street Inn La Cresta Motel La Nola Hotel La Pacifica (now Motel 6) La Pensione Las Flores Hotel Leo Studios Lewelyn Hotel Lido Bay Apts Lincoln Hotel Lynne Hotel Mason Hotel Mitchell Apts Modern Hotel Monte Carlo Hotel Montrose Hotel Navajo Lodge New Life Hotel New Palace Hotel Nile Apts No Name No name No Name No Name No Name No Name No Name Old Town Budget Inn Owl Rooms Pacific Coast Motel Pacifica Hotel Pacifica Villas Palms Hotel Paris Hotel Address 1479 J Street 222 J Street 4980 El Cajon Blvd 148 W.

San Ysidro Blvd 1546 2nd 1700 India 725 4th Avenue 1130 11th 1322 5th Avenue 825 Lido Court 536 5th Avenue 1010 8th Avenue 1345 5th Avenue 901 10th Avenue 522 7th Avenue 1311 Market Street 717 4th Avenue 5721 El Cajon Blvd 950 12th Avenue 1814 5th Avenue 3793 Park Blvd 2035 Broadway 740 Cedar Street 1703 Logan Avenue 727-33 11th Avenue 546 3rd Avenue 1323 11th Avenue 554 15th Street 4444 Pacific Highway 515 5th Avenue 4702 Mission Blvd 551 4th Avenue 252 16th street 509 12th Avenue 759 4th Avenue Phone 236. 9255 296. 9622 287. 4310 4283322 236. 9292 236. 8000 235. 6820 —232. 2100 237. 9662 232. 2100 239. 1639 237. 9494 –583. 221 615. 0915 235. 2323 223. 2524 239. 2278 501. 8736 -239. 9568 858. 278. 0380 –260. 8024 235. 4617 -235. 9240 234. 2239 233. 0408 238. 1833 19 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org Name of SRO Hotel Park Regency Peachtree Pickwick Hotel Pine Hotel Plaza Hotel Poss. 1918 Broadway Princess Apartments Ramada Inn Rancho Chico Redwood Apts/Hotel Regal Apartments Reiss Hotel San Ysidro Hotel Sanford Hotel Sara Francis Hometel Simmons Hotel Southern Hotel St. Paul Hotel State Hotel Stingtree Hotel Address 2309 5th Avenue 901 F Street 132 W.

Broadway 1445 Front Street 1037 4th 1918 Broadway 3947 5th Avenue 830 6th Avenue 434 16th Street 3105 5th Avenue 572 15th Street 1468 1st Avenue 133 W. San Ysidro Blvd 1301 5th Avenue 943 10th Avenue 542 6th Avenue 1159 6th Avenue 605 13th Avenue 341 E Street 538 5th Avenue Phone 233. 0287 233. 1100 234. 9200 238. 9618 233. 8165 232. 8480 542. 1476 531. 8877 231. 7777 296. 2356 -238. 9618 428. 2017 233. 5596 239. 7272 237. 9920 239. 3808 233. 1405 557. 7367 — Name of SRO Hotel Studio 819 The Bottom Line The Frey Block The Newcastle The Newport Tivoli Tower Traveler’s San Diego Motel Travelodge Hotel Trolley Court Villa Caterina Res.

Hotel Villa Espanola Apts. Villagers Lodge West Park Inn Hotel William Penn Hotel Wilsonia Apts/Hotel Windsor Workman Hotel YMCA SRO Yuma Hotel Address 819 University 506 5th Avenue 325 Market 1425 C Street 1443 C Street 620 Island 1060 Outer Road 643 E San Ysidro Blvd 940 12th Avenue 1654 Columbia 1903 K Street 660 G Street 1840 4th Avenue 511 F Street 1545 2nd Avenue 843 4th Avenue 1335 J Street 500 West Broadway 629 5th Avenue Phone 542. 0819 -293. 3118 x7 260. 8100 -232. 6754 423. 2402 428. 2800 239. 0101 232. 3400 696. 7218 238. 4100 236. 1600 231. 1344 595. 0078 531. 9434 234. 7771 234. 252 x 104 — CITYWIDE HOMELESS SHELTERS This list provides information on housing for the homeless in San Diego City. To learn about shelter openings and for other emergency housing information, please call the United Way Info Line: (619) 230-0997. Each type of housing is organized by region and then city. The ? Beds‘ column shows the number of beds at the shelter, not the number of empty beds. Additionally, refer to the ? Clientele‘ and ? Special Needs‘ population to determine whether you are eligible for service. Location Agency Program Address Zip Phone Clientele Special Needs Beds Max Stay

Emergency Shelters Regional San Diego Catholic Charities Rachel’s Night Shelter 759 8th Ave. 92101 236. 9074 Adult Women General Homeless 35 6 months ISN Rot’l Shltr – North County Ecumenical Council of San Diego Inland 1880 3rd Ave. #13 92101 702. 5399 General Homeless General Homeless 12 2 months 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 20 Location Agency Program Address Zip Phone Clientele Special Needs Victims of Domestic Violence Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) SMI ; Substance Abuse Treat.

Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless Beds Max Stay Center for Community Solutions Project Safehouse 4508 Mission Bay Dr. 892 27th St. 2865 Logan Ave. 734 10th Ave. 545 Laurel Street P. O. Box 85524, M/S-P542 3177 Oceanview Blvd 1880 3rd Ave. #13 1880 3rd Ave. #13 120 Elm St. 120 Elm St. 3151 Redwood St. 1039 12th Ave. 1111 Island 1111 Island P. O. Box 126398 1880 3rd Ave. #13 92109 92154 92113 92101 92101 92138-5524 92113-1498 92101 92101 92101 92101 92104 92101 92101 92101 92112-6398 92101 67. 8023 575. 4687 232. 4357 239. 4663 233. 4399 692. 8750 595. 4400 702. 5399 702. 5399 702. 5399 819. 1844 521. 3939 239. 4688 232. 5171 232. 5171 239. 0355 702. 5399 Women with Children Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn General Population General Population General Population 12 30 days 12 14 days 5 14 days 14 1 month 16 14 days 6 1 month 17 1 month 12 2 months 12 2 months 12 2 months 60 30 days 3 months 8 to 1yr 20 unlimited 16 5 days 20 10 days 30 2 months 12 2 months

Community Research Foundation Isis Center Community Research Foundation Jary Barreto Crisis Center Community Research Foundation New Vistas Crisis Center Community Research Foundation Vista Balboa Crisis Center County Mental Health Services Shelter Beds County Mental Health Services Shelter Beds ISN Rot’l Shltr – San Diego Ecumenical Council of San Diego Beaches Ecumenical Council of San Diego ISN Rot’l Shltr – San Diego Inland Ecumenical Council of San Diego ISN Rot’l Shltr – Clairemont/ Kearny County Mesa San Diego Rescue Mission Nueva Vida Haven San Diego Youth & Community The Bridge Services San Diego Youth & Community The Storefront Services Volunteers of America Detox Volunteers of America Ten Day Program YWCA Casa de Paz ISN Rot’l Shltr – South Bay Ecumenical Council of San Diego Women with Children General Homeless Homeless Youth Homeless Youth General Homeless General Homeless

Adult Men ;/or Wmn Substance Abuse Treat. Adult Men ;/or Wmn Substance Abuse Treat. Women with Children Victims of Dom. Violence General Population General Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing San Diego Center for Social Support and Education County of SD-Housing Authority Pathfinders St. Vincent de Paul, Inc. Stepping Stone Stepping Stone The Association for Community Housing Solutions (TACHS) The Association for Community Housing Solutions (TACHS) Townspeople Shelter Plus Care-Tenant Based Shelter Plus Care-Tenant Based Shelter Plus Care Village Place Our House Recovery Home Del Mar Apartments Reese Village Apartments 51st Street 3152 University Ave. 3989 Ruffin Rd. 806 Grim Avenue 32 17th Street 92103 92123 92104 92101 92105 92101 92101 92115 619-325-2773 858. 694. 8796 260. 1605 687. 1074 584. 4010 584. 4010 235. 9217 235. 9217 295. 8802 General Population Fam with Children Adult Men Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn HIV/AIDS General Homeless SMI and Substance Abuse Treat. General Homeless HIV/AIDS/Sub Abuse HIV/AIDS/Sub Abuse Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) HIV/AIDS 18 unlimited 92 17 24 months 150 unlimited 10 16 9 months 22 Unlimited 18 Unlimited 24 Unlimited 1901 First Avenue, Ste. 152 1901 First Avenue, Ste. 152 Transitional Shelters

San Diego 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 21 Catholic Charities Center for Community Solutions Community Research Foundation CRASH, Inc. CRASH, Inc. CRASH, Inc. Crossroads Ecumenical Council of San Diego Episcopal Community Svcs Episcopal Community Svcs Heartland House House of Rachel Next Step 10th Avenue Apartments-SemiSupervised Living Project Golden Hill House 2 Short-Term City Heights Short-Term Two Crossroads Recovery Home El Nido Julian’s Anchorage Safe Haven Transitional Shelter Heartland House 349 Cedar St. 4508 Mission Bay Dr. 743 10th Ave. 446 26th Street, 5th Floor 4161 Marlborogh 4890 67th St. 594 4th Ave. P. O. Box 3628 3565 Seventh Ave. 2822 5th Ave. 5855 Streamview Dr. 2970 Market St. 1127 S. 38th St. P. O. Box 86793 P. O. Box 86793 2980 Cedar St. 2459 Market St. 120 Elm St. 120 Elm St. P. O. Box 90886 3255 Wing St. , No. 500 P. O. Box 7162 928 Broadway Street 1501 Imperial Ave. 92101 92109 92101 92102 92105 92115 92103 92163 92103 92103 92105 92102 92113 92138-6793 92138-6793 92102 92102 92101 92101 92169-2886 92110 92167 92101 92101 696. 0873 697. 7477 233. 7757 239. 9691 282. 7274 233. 8054 296. 1151 563. 9878 667. 4072 692. 0008 287. 5460 236. 9492 262. 4002 725. 0946 725. 0946 239. 7370 232. 2753 687. 3720 687. 3720 858. 459. 7627

Adult Women Fam with Children Adult Men &/or Wmn Adult Men &/or Wmn Adult Men Adult Women Adult Women Women with Children Women with Children Adult Men &/or Wmn Adult Men Adult Men &/or Wmn Adult Women Adult Men Adult Women Adult Men Fam with Children Adult Men Women with Children Adult Men General Homeless Victims of Domestic Violence Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Victims of Domestic Violence Victims of Domestic Violence Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Substance Abuse Treat. General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless Victims of Domestic Violence General Homeless General Homeless 8 – 24 months 10 1 year 28 6 months 62 6 months 2 3 months 5 5 3 months 20 6 months 45 12 months 18 18 months 19 unlimited 26 12 months 7 12 months 2 12 months 6 6-8 months 9 6-8 months 39 9 months 200 18 months 75 18 months 12 24 months 20 18 months 33 18 months 20 1-2 months 110 24 months House of Metamorphosis House of Metamorphosis MAAC Project PACTO PACTO Latino Casa de Milagros Truax House Casa del Sol Pathfinders Pathfinders Presbyterian Crisis Center Home Run Men‘s Center San Diego Rescue Mission Women and Children’s Center San Diego Rescue Mission San Diego Safe Harbor, Safehouse Program Inc. Take Wing San Diego Youth ; Community Services Bridges Sanctuary 221. 8610 x275 Homeless Youth 523. 6060 235. 6538 Women with Children Adult Men ;/or Wmn Senior Community Center Day Service Centers St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. 2010 Affordable Housing Resources Family Living Center 233. 8500×1241 Fam with Children

San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 22 St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. Stepping Stone The Salvation Army The Salvation Army The Salvation Army The Salvation Army The Salvation Army Tradition One Tradition One Turning Point Home of San Diego, Inc. United States Mission United States Mission Vietnam Veterans of San Diego Vietnam Veterans of San Diego Volunteers of America Volunteers of America 2010 Affordable Housing Resources

Joan Kroc Center – Men’s Program Joan Kroc Center for Families Josue Homes Men’s Fresh Start (Bishop Maher Center) Paul Mirabile Center (Men’s Program) Paul Mirabile Center (Women’s Program) S. T. E. P for Single Women Toussaint Teen Center Enya House Adult Rehabilitation Door of Hope – Haven Program 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 3350 “E” Street 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 1404 5th Ave 106 Robinson Ave. 1335 Broadway 2799 Health Center Dr. 92101 92101 92102 92101 92101 92101 92101 92101 92103 92101 92123 233. 8500×1241 Adult Men 233. 8500×1241 Fam with Children 667. 2610 Adult Men ;/or Wmn

General Homeless General Homeless HIV/AIDS General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless Youth on their own HIV/AIDS ; Sub Abuse Substance Abuse Treat. Youth on their own 30 24 months 133 4 months 26 1-18 months 150 24 months 270 6 months 80 6 months 35 24 months 35 24 months 10 18 months 125 6 months 40 2 years or until 18 36 12 57 3-4 month average 42 12 months 47 18 months 8 18 months 5 12 months 17 unlimited 4 unlimited 14 2 years 87 1 year 14 6 months 28 6 months 233. 8500×1241 Adult Men 233. 8500×4447 Adult Men 233. 8500×4447 Adult Women 233. 8500×1241 Adult Women 687. 1080 X200 Homeless Youth 584. 4010 239. 4037 858. 279. 1100 Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Homeless Youth

Door of Hope- Transitional Living Center Emergency Lodge 2799 Health Center Drive 726 “F” St. 92123 92101 858 279. 1100 231. 6030 Women with Children Fam with Children General Homeless General Homeless STEPS Tradition One – Men Tradition One – Women Turning Point Home Men’s Shelter Women’s Shelter Mahedy House Rehabilitation Center Amigos Sobrios Sobriety House – Men 825 Seventh Ave. 4104 Delta St. 4104 Delta St. 1315 25th St. 2611 “G” St. 2611 “G” St. 866 24th St. 4141 Pacific Highway 741 11th Ave. 1111 Island 92101 92113 92113 92102 92102 92102 92102 92110 92101 92101 231. 6000×2451 Adult Men 264. 0141 266. 0529 233. 0067 238. 0965 238. 0965 497. 0142 497. 0142 232. 7754 232. 171 Adult Men Adult Women Adult Women Adult Men Adult Women Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men ;/or Wmn Adult Men Adult Men General Homeless Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. General Homeless General Homeless SMI ; Substance Abuse Treat. SMI ; Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 23 Volunteers of America Way Back YMCA YMCA YWCA Sobriety House – Women Way Back Oz San Diego Turning Point, Transitional Living Program Passages 1111 Island 2516 “A” St. 3304 Idlewild Wy. 4145 Swift Ave. #1 1012 “C” Street 92101 92102 92117 92104 92101 32. 5171 235. 0592 858. 270. 8213 619 640. 9774 239. 0355 Adult Women Adult Men Homeless Youth Homeless Youth Adult Women Substance Abuse Treat. Substance Abuse Treat. General Homeless General Homeless Victims of Domestic Violence 6 6 months 18 6 months 10 14 days 24 18 months 80 24 months Vouchers San Diego – Call United Way Info line at 619. 230. 0997 Hotel Voucher Catholic Charities Hotel Voucher San Diego Youth ; Community Services San Diego St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. Vietnam Veterans of San Diego YWCA 349 Cedar Street 5041 Newport Avenue 92101 92107 231. 2828 225. 305 Fam with Children Families with Children General Homeless General Homeless Winter Shelters – Open December 15 through March 15. Seasonal (Family Overflow) Seasonal (PMC Overflow) Winter Shelter Winter Shelter Family Seasonal Shelter 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 1501 Imperial Ave. 4141 Pacific Highway 1449 9th Ave. 92101 92101 92101 92110 92101 233. 8500 x1241 Adult Men ;/or Wmn 233. 8500 x4447 Adult Men ;/or Wmn 233. 8500 x4447 Adult Men ;/or Wmn 223. 5894 239. 0355 Single Men Fam. with Children General Homeless General Homeless General Homeless Veterans General Homeless 90 3 months 190 3 months 200 3 months 150 3 months 150 FAIR HOUSING The City of San Diego, under the direction of the U. S.

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), enforces the Fair Housing Act. The Act is designed to reduce discrimination in the housing rental, sales, lending, and insurance markets on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, familial status (presence of children), or handicap. The City of San Diego contracts with the Fair Housing Council of San Diego and The Center for Social Services Advocacy to administer Fair Housing programs. The Council provides education, outreach, and referrals to the public, and operates Fair Housing programs such as the Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Program. (See next section for phone numbers. )

COUNTY-WIDE AFFORDABLE HOUSING 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 24 To review a list of affordable housing in other San Diego County communities/cities, please visit our web site at www. sdhc. org. Click on ? 2010 Affordable Housing Resources Listing.? SUPPORT SERVICE AGENCY CONTACTS If you need more than help with affordable housing and could benefit from other services, the following list provides information on several resources offered in the region. You might also look in your phone book under ? Community Services,? sometimes in the beginning of the phone book.

Program Debt/Credit Counseling Consumer Credit Counseling Svcs. of San Diego County Credit Counselors of California Drug/Alcohol Abuse Treatment (residential programs) Home Quest MITE Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center Second Chance Stepping Stone Vietnam Veterans of San Diego Emergency Shelter ; Transitional housing United Way INFO-line Greater San Diego North County North County Coastal Outlying areas only Homeless Prevention ; Rapid Re-housing Housing Opportunities Collaborative Fair Housing Fair Housing Council Center for Social Advocacy San Diego Urban League 2010 Affordable Housing Resources Telephone ; Web Site 619. 497. 0200; 888. 298. 2227 www. cccssdic. org 619. 808. 7526; 800. 947. 752 www. credit. org Program State of California Dept. of Fair Employment and Housing U. S. Dept. of Housing ; Urban Dev. Housing Discrimination Hot Line Fair Housing ; Equal Opportunity Home Energy Assistance Homebuyer Education ; Counseling Neighborhood House Assoc. San Diego Home Loan Counseling Spring board Community Housing Works Telephone ; Web Site www. sdul. org 800. 884. 1684 619. 557. 5305 800. 669. 9777 800. 347. 3739 800. 433. 4327 619. 232. 3222 619. 239. 4037 619. 440. 4801 619. 687. 1361 619. 584. 4010 619. 497. 0142 619. 263. 7761 619. 624. 2330 800. 947. 3752 619. 282. 6647 619. 230. 0997 760. 740. 0997 760. 943. 0997 800. 227. 0997

Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Information ; Referral Service: Townspeople 619. 295. 8802; 800. 235. 8802 www. townspeople. org 619. 291. 1496 www. beingalive. org 619. 291. 1496 www. beingalive. org www. sdhc. org 25 619. 283. 2200 Ext. 5 Being Alive Moving Service: Being Alive – Helping Hands Recovery Housing: 619. 699. 5888; 800. 430. 0303 www. fairhousing. com/sandiego 619. 444. 5700 619. 263. 3115 San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 Program Stepping Stone of San Diego, Inc County AIDS Case Management Rent Assistance: PARS Program Transitional Group Home Providers: PACTO Latino AIDS Organization St.

Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. Stepping Stone of San Diego, Inc. Lead Poisoning Prevention ; Control Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, SD County HHSA Spring Valley Lead Hazard Control Legal Help Legal Aid Society Elder Legal Center San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Prgm. San Diego Coalition for the Homeless Dom. Violence Legal Advisory Prgm. Mediation Services San Diego Mediation Center Telephone ; Web Site 619. 584. 4010 619. 542. 4064 Program Minor Rehabilitation ; Home Security Labor’s Community Service Agency Lutheran Social Services Telephone & Web Site 619. 299. 0296 619. 229. 2235 (San Diego) 619. 476. 7055 (South Bay) 619. 698. 0302 (East County) 760. 941. 212 (North County) 760. 967. 8255 (Oceanside) 760. 737. 8640 (Escondido) 619. 295. 5348 619. 563. 3622 619. 667. 2610 619. 584. 4010 Security Deposit Guarantee Program United Way Labor Participation Dept Catholic Charities 619. 515. 6694 South Bay Community Services Senior/Disabled Housing Services Access Center, Inc. 858. 694. 4877 County of San Diego Aging & Independence Services Lutheran Social Services Shared Housing East County Council on Aging 619. 239. 2341 ElderHelp of San Diego Lutheran Social Services North County Lifeline, Inc. Tenant/Landlord Disputes Neighborhood House San Diego Mediation Center Heartland Human Relations 619. 641. 074 619. 231. 2828 x103 www. ccdsd. org 619. 420. 3620 800. 300. 4326 (San Diego) 760. 591. 9156 (North County) 619. 698. 0302 (East County) 800. 339. 4661 www. sdcounty. ca. gov/hhsa/program details. asp? ProgramID=2 619. 476. 7055 (South Bay) 760. 941. 3212 (North County) 619. 442. 3281 (East County) 619. 284. 9281 (San Diego) 619. 422. 6876 (South Bay) 760. 726. 4900 x224 (No. Co. ) 619. 263-7661 [Recording] 619. 238. 2400 www. sdmediate. com 619. 444. 5700 www. sdhc. org 26 877. 534. 2524 858. 565. 1392 619. 235. 5656 619. 281. 1815 619. 238. 2400 (Regional) 619. 593. 4530 (East County) 619. 424. 2333 (South Bay) 619. 266. 7223 (Central) www. ediate. com/sdmc 760. 726. 4900 (North County) North County Lifeline 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 Program AIDS Legal Clinic Legal Aid Society Legal Clinic USD Telephone & Web Site 619. 235. 5656 x106 877. 534. 2524 619. 260. 7470 Program Tenant Legal Center of San Diego Telephone & Web Site 858. 571. 1166 To apply for the Housing Commission’s wait list, please visit our web site at http://www. sdhc. org for instructions and the application. 2010 Affordable Housing Resources San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101 www. sdhc. org 27

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