24-Hour Residential Care

HOPE partners with Southern California Regional Centers to develop 24-hour residential care homes which are designed to support people who transition from a State Developmental Center or for those who are at risk of moving into a Developmental Center.

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These homes are leased to select service providers who provide around the clock care and supported living services for people with intensive medical and behavioral needs. These homes will remain in the developmental disability services system permanently; and since HOPE owns the homes, the tenants can live there as long as they wish, even if the provider of the in-home services should change.

Currently HOPE owns 46 homes throughout Southern California, from Burbank to Northridge, Ladera Heights to Long Beach. The homes range from three to five bedrooms, and every resident has their own room. In total, HOPE’s inventory can provide housing to more than 160 residents.

 

DESCRIPTION
HOPE 24-Hour Residential Care Homes serve clients with increased medical and behavioral needs. Tenants receive around the clock support from state licensed service providers in safe, comfortable home environments that are certified through CDSS and CDPH.

TYPES
Single family housing

SERVICE PROVIDERS
Harbor Regional Center, Frank D Lanterman Regional Center, Westside Regional Center, North Los Angeles Regional Center, venderized supported living service agencies

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Appleby Property Management

Locations

  • Artesia - 1
  • Bellflower - 2
  • Burbank - 3
  • Carson - 4
  • Cerritos - 3
  • Hawthorne - 1
  • Lakewood - 2
  • Los Angeles - 4
  • Lomita - 2
  • Long Beach - 14
  • North Hills - 3
  • Northridge - 2
  • South Gate - 2
  • Sylmar - 1
  • Torrance - 3
  • Wilmington - 1

FINANCING SOURCES
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