A June 1 groundbreaking ceremony will launch construction of far more than 30 very affordable housing units for unhoused men and women living with mental health issues in Stockton, in accordance to the housing authority of the County of San Joaquin.
The county housing agency partnered with county Behavioral Well being Solutions officials to develop Sonora Square, a complex with 37 economical, lower-barrier one-bedroom housing units, at East Sonora and South El Dorado streets in downtown Stockton.
The function will currently being at 10 a.m. at 401 S. El Dorado St. in Stockton.
Qualifying residents incorporate any person who has reasonable to serious psychological sickness and is experiencing homelessness, serious homelessness or is at hazard of serious homelessness, in accordance to county officers.
Folks who have cooccurring compound use conditions and mental wellbeing difficulties might qualify too.
Funding from the task incorporates minimal-revenue housing tax credit rating resources that had been awarded to the county in September 2021, $2.1 million from non-aggressive No Put Like Dwelling funds and a $456,000 Local community Enhancement Block System Grant from the city of Stockton.
People obtaining services from Behavioral Wellbeing Providers will be referred to the county’s housing company to look for admission to live at Sonora Square.