Fall into the Season
Fall into the Season
Hope to see you next time
Summer Fun Continues
Patricia Arquette awarded Advocate of the Year at WHCHC 35th Anniversary
Please read our full Summer 2022 Newsletter.
Promoting Wellness for All Ages
WHCHC 35th Anniversary
The month of June brings flowers, friendship and fashion.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
An affordable housing community for families
Spring Brings Laughter, Learning & Leasing
Leasing Soon: Applications Available May 2, 2022 for Berendo Sage
Momentous Moments in March
Wellness, Love & Even More Housing!
Happy Birthday To Us! More Housing Coming Soon.
Please read our full Winter 2021 Newsletter.
Thankful for the support from the WHCHC family: residents, staff, service providers, you.
RSCs organized “Back-2-School” activities.
Residents learn at home.
On-site tutoring makes a difference.
Elden Elms opens in Los Angeles
WHCHC’s first affordable housing project in Palm Springs
Please read our full Summer 2021 Newsletter.
Our community shines bright.
Mariposa Lily broke ground in Angeles.
Vaccines available for residents.
Our work continues.
New Year, Same Mission.
Please read our full Winter 2020 Newsletter.
Rampart Mint welcomes 22 formerly homeless home. West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation’s latest affordable apartment community opens in Los Angeles.
Happy Thanksgiving from WHCHC.
Accepting Applications, Breaking Ground, and More.
An affordable rental apartment community.
Comfort and stability are always in season.
Angelo practices yoga every day.
Resident Services keep our residents stable.
Resident Services continue to be the key to keeping our 925 residents safe, healthy, and housed.
Resident Services Coordinators stay connected with WHCHC residents while everyone remains Safer-at-Home.
RSCs adapted to supporting WHCHC residents.
CH Cre8tive supported our residents.
A message from WHCHC regarding Covid-19.
WHCHC apartment community in Los Angeles.
Newly constructed, Westmore Linden.
The joy and relief are palpable.
We would be on the street if it were not for WHCHC. Now our story has a new ending: My son started college this year, a first for our family, and he is studying to become a firefighter.
Sofia, Vermont Manzanita Resident