The project involves the construction of just over a full city-block of development that combines a comprehensive family and homeless support services facility (Caritas Center) to be operated by Catholic Charities and an affordable housing development (Caritas Homes) to be operated by Burbank Housing. The Caritas Center would consolidate the existing onsite Family Support Center and Homeless Services Center into a single building that would provide an emergency shelter, day center, transitional housing, wrap-around services, health services, and administrative offices. Caritas Homes would provide two permanent housing developments for 126 permanent affordable housing units, plus two units for on-site managers.
Residential (Units 126), Other (family and homeless support services facility)
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