March 2021 eCommunique
WHCHC’s resourceful Resident Services Coordinators worked in partnership with the LA County Department of Public Health and Curative to bring mobile vaccination clinics to our most vulnerable residents, seniors and those with special needs. RSCs were able to secure these critical visits at a number of WHCHC apartment communities over the past few weeks.
February 2021 eCommunique
Our work continues. WHCHC's Resident Services Coordinators and key service provider partners continue to play a major role in not just keeping our residents housed, but combating food insecurity.
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Will you help us raise $26,400? Your donation today helps fund the first year of services for all 22 formerly homeless residents who have just spent their first month in their new home, Rampart Mint.
Housing alone is not enough. WHCHC offers critical support services to over 950 residents who call our 18 affordable apartment communities home. Please donate today.
Elden Elms: Now Accepting Applications
Now accepting applications for Elden Elms, an all-new affordable rental apartment community for individuals and families making between 30%-60% of the area median income (AMI). Full information, including income eligibility, below. Application deadline is Saturday, November 21, 2020, 11:59pm.
August 2020 eCommunique
While we can't control our environment, we can take control of how we react to it. That's why The Courtyard at La Brea resident, Angelo, begins every day with a yoga practice right in the comfort of his apartment.
May 2020 eCommunique
Though we have adjusted our service model in response to Covid-19, the passion and commitment remains the same. Resident Services Coordinators stay connected with WHCHC residents while everyone remains Safer-at-Home.
April 10th: WeHo Supper Club
April 10th, 2020
West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation is grateful that this past April, CH Cre8tive chose to support our 900+ residents while also supporting a local West Hollywood restaurant, Hedley’s, at the April 10th WeHo Supper Club.
Safer at Home: For Angelenos living in overcrowded conditions, it is hard; for Angelenos living on the streets, impossible. Our residents are fortunate to have a safe and secure place to call home. With your considerate donation, you will help the most vulnerable community members get housed and stay housed.
January 2020 eCommunique
The first residents of Westmore Linden are signing their leases, getting their keys, and moving in. Located in the Koreatown/Pico-Union neighborhood of Los Angeles, this beautiful new building has 93 units of affordable housing for low-income seniors, with 15 units for formerly homeless seniors. The joy and relief are palpable.