Stable housing is the single biggest need for homeless families and individuals; it is the foundation upon which future success is built. At APC, we provide this foundation to some of the most vulnerable families in Alameda County.
In addition to the traumatic effects of homelessness and poverty, every APC household has at least one adult member that has a permanent physical or mental disability. APC’s core services of responsive property management and on-site case management and counseling provide residents with the resources to address issues that have been a barrier to stability. For the last three years, 100% of new APC residents have remained housed after six-months; an important benchmark for future housing stability.
- 200 units of housing over 34 acres at Alameda Point, the site of the former Alameda Naval Air Station
- Over 350 individuals including 200 children and youth
- 25% of residents are under the age of 12
- 100% of children are eligible for free and reduced school lunch
- 51% of adult residents have been victims of domestic violence
APC Service Center
The Service Center is more than a physical space. Service Center staff is the heart of the community, and they offer case management and counseling to every APC household. They also provide important linkages for residents to access the best internal and external services to help them achieve their goals. A number of community initiatives, like the Community Engaged Governance project, are facilitated by service staff with the goal of helping residents find strength and inspiration from within their own community of peers. Residents also come to the APC Service Center to participate in workforce development program activities and to access the Career Center.
APC is currently not accepting housing applications at this time.
If you are in need of emergency housing, or have additional questions about housing at APC or other housing providers, please call the Housing Helpline at 2-1-1.
If you have been the victim of domestic violence and need housing and other support services, please call the Building Futures with Women and Children 24-hour helpline at 1-866-A-Way-OUT.