WHCHC has three core departments that work together to create housing, increase opportunities for stability, and meet essential needs of under-served individuals and communities. With the goal of keeping vulnerable people housed and stable and breaking the cycle of poverty, these departments include:
- Housing Development: WHCHC builds high-quality affordable rental housing. Communities range in size from 10 units up to 104 units, and are designed to be architecturally distinguished, environmentally sustainable, and amenity rich. Universal design elements are incorporated into all new projects to minimize displacement as residents age in place.
- Asset Management: To preserve the value of each apartment community, property improvements, such as renovations and repairs due to normal aging, are regularly completed to maintain safe and attractive living environments. WHCHC’s Asset Management Team also oversees onsite building management.
- Resident Services: WHCHC facilitates residents' mental, emotional and physical well-being through initial needs assessment, individualized service plans, lifelong learning workshops, and linkages to resources, such as overall healthcare, transportation, and food.