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Housing Consortium of the East Bay

Housing Consortium of the East Bay Housing Consortium of the East Bay (HCEB) creates inclusive communities for individuals with developmental disabilities or other special needs through quality affordable housing in Alameda and Contra Costa County.

HCEB fulfills this mission by providing housing outreach and support services; developing affordable housing, partnering with other nonprofit and for profit companies to secure set-asides within larger rental communities; and owning and operating special needs affordable housing.

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“A house is made of walls and beams. A home is made of love and dreams”We are excited to officially open the leasing pre...
04/22/2022

“A house is made of walls and beams. A home is made of love and dreams”
We are excited to officially open the leasing pre-application for the new affordable studio and 1 bedroom AVANCE APARTMENTS, community located at 4260 first St, Livermore CA, 94551.
This newly constructed community is specifically designed for people with developmental disabilities.
Leasing office phone: (925)476-2295, email [email protected]
#avanceapartments #midpenhousing #equalhousingopportunity

Members of the HCEB team are attending the #Homelessness hosted by Healthcare for the Homeless I Alameda County.  The Na...
12/21/2021

Members of the HCEB team are attending the #Homelessness hosted by Healthcare for the Homeless I Alameda County. The National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day takes place each year on the longest night of the year, theWinter Solstice. We will remember our neighbors who have died homes in the past year. .

Our Thanksgiving dinner at Lake Merritt Lodge 11/24/21 Lake Merritt Lodge opened its doors in May 2021 to unhoused 65+ o...
11/26/2021

Our Thanksgiving dinner at Lake Merritt Lodge 11/24/21

Lake Merritt Lodge opened its doors in May 2021 to unhoused 65+ or people with underlying medical conditions that would make them vulnerable to COVID. Our amazing HCEB team provides program participants with on- site and housing navigation services.

Sharing one of the many successes of our program, HomeBase. Many thanks to the HCEB team for making this outcome a reali...
11/20/2021
Project Home: Bay Area Projects to Find Housing for the Homeless Score Successes

Sharing one of the many successes of our program, HomeBase. Many thanks to the HCEB team for making this outcome a reality for so many of our unhoused neighbors.

https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2021/11/11/bay-area-projects-to-find-housing-for-the-homeless-score-successes/

Over the past 3 years, KPIX 5's Project Home team has profiled dozens of unhoused Bay Area residents. Now there's some good news to share.

Happy holidays from the residents of Luella Fuller!
12/25/2017

Happy holidays from the residents of Luella Fuller!

HCEB is the Oaklandish Nonprofit of the Month! Join us at Oaklandish from 12-4pm today for an inspiring afternoon of pai...
10/22/2017

HCEB is the Oaklandish Nonprofit of the Month! Join us at Oaklandish from 12-4pm today for an inspiring afternoon of painting and friends.

Seeds for the Future, 2017
09/24/2017

Seeds for the Future, 2017

Hoops for Awareness, 2017
08/24/2017

Hoops for Awareness, 2017

And that's a wrap to our first event, Hoops for Awareness! Thank you to Special Olympics, supportive family & friends, a...
08/12/2017

And that's a wrap to our first event, Hoops for Awareness! Thank you to Special Olympics, supportive family & friends, and HCEB staff for a wonderful turnout!

Great news!  The City of Livermore City Hall approved initial funding for HCEB's newest supportive housing and homeless ...
06/27/2017

Great news! The City of Livermore City Hall approved initial funding for HCEB's newest supportive housing and homeless services project. We're excited for this opportunity to work with the City and its incredible homeless services community. Time to roll up our sleeves and get to work!

HCEB having too much fun at the Golden State Warriors parade yesterday!#warriors #dubnation #champions
06/16/2017

HCEB having too much fun at the Golden State Warriors parade yesterday!

#warriors #dubnation #champions

Darin and Matthew looking dapper for last night's 28th Annual Award Ceremony for the Alameda County Developmental Disabi...
06/07/2017

Darin and Matthew looking dapper for last night's 28th Annual Award Ceremony for the Alameda County Developmental Disabilities Planning and Advisory Council!

HCEB had a blast at East Bay Housing Organizations Affordable Housing Week Kickoff last night! So many inspirational soc...
05/12/2017

HCEB had a blast at East Bay Housing Organizations Affordable Housing Week Kickoff last night! So many inspirational social justice warriors in the house! Make sure to check out the rest of their events this week.

#housingjustice #ebho #AHW2017

HCEB and Alegria staff celebrating Matthew's birthday! Best wishes to our good friend and advocate!
04/12/2017

HCEB and Alegria staff celebrating Matthew's birthday! Best wishes to our good friend and advocate!

Affordable housing opportunities available today!
04/04/2017
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Affordable housing opportunities available today!

Building Healthy and Vibrant Communities

I spy with my little eyes @rufusaurelius at the Lanterman Housing Alliance's Thought Leaders Conference! HCEB is working...
03/30/2017

I spy with my little eyes @rufusaurelius at the Lanterman Housing Alliance's Thought Leaders Conference! HCEB is working with more than 15 other nonprofits in California to solve the housing crisis for the DD community.

HCEB at Alameda's Transition Fair with @rufusaurelius and @smburgett
03/25/2017

HCEB at Alameda's Transition Fair with @rufusaurelius and @smburgett

Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary to Suguna Vepa, our beloved board Treasurer! Thank you and your family for your 8 years o...
03/13/2017

Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary to Suguna Vepa, our beloved board Treasurer! Thank you and your family for your 8 years of dedication, and we're grateful to have you with us for years to come!

Team #HCEB back in school for the day, compliments to CompassPoint Nonprofit Services!#nonprofitlife #studygrind
02/07/2017

Team #HCEB back in school for the day, compliments to CompassPoint Nonprofit Services!

#nonprofitlife #studygrind

HCEB checking in at Oakland's #womensmarch! Come find us and say hi!
01/21/2017

HCEB checking in at Oakland's #womensmarch! Come find us and say hi!

Merry Christmas from HCEB! Celebrating the end to another year of compassion and inclusiveness. #homeathceb #holidays201...
12/26/2016

Merry Christmas from HCEB! Celebrating the end to another year of compassion and inclusiveness.
#homeathceb #holidays2016 #artisticstaffmembers

See what our friends at Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California are saying about how we can make progress ...
12/21/2016
Voters Agree on Housing: Will Decision Makers Follow Their Lead?

See what our friends at Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California are saying about how we can make progress on housing issues in the political landscape!

Out of an election that many viewed as polarizing, affordable housing was an issue of consensus. But with growing concern around the…

Happy #GivingTuesday! Let's be a part of what the Holiday Season is all about - helping your community and others! Find ...
11/29/2016

Happy #GivingTuesday! Let's be a part of what the Holiday Season is all about - helping your community and others! Find out more about how you can get involved or donate at our website at www.hceb.org.

Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours! We're thankful for a great mission that brings us and the community togeth...
11/25/2016

Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours! We're thankful for a great mission that brings us and the community together.

#homeathceb #staffretreat #thanksgiving2016

Home is where HCEB is
11/23/2016

Home is where HCEB is

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410 7th St #203
Oakland, CA
94607

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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On April 13, Livermore Vice Mayor Gina Bonanno and City Council Members Trish Munro and Bob Carling, joined city staff, non-profit partners, elected officials, and community members for the groundbreaking ceremony for Vineyard 2.0, a supportive housing and homeless services project located at 450 N. Livermore Avenue. The groundbreaking event celebrated the culmination of years of planning and collaboration. "This project represents the best of what Livermore and the Tri-Valley can do when we all pull together." - Vice Mayor Gina Bonanno Read more: https://www.cityoflivermore.net/Home/Components/News/News/302/3774 Housing Consortium of the East Bay Supervisor David Haubert City of Dublin, CA - Government City of Pleasanton Open Heart Kitchen Chase
Our hearts are full as we celebrate the official groundbreaking of Vineyard 2.0 with the Housing Consortium of the East Bay and multiple supporters and community partners. Thank YOU for making this vision a reality! 🏡🔑🍽🎉 Here is a short video of remarks by OHK Board Member and Capital Campaign Committee Chair Janette Pace.
Luka's Legacy Lives On. Our outdoor patio tables have been donated and relocated to Lake Merritt Lodge on Harrison, SOTU tiny homes on Peralta Street and HomeBase RV site on Hegenberger. We want to bring some warmth and love to our Community Kitchens Community Dining Rooms project. Help us hire a local artist to paint these table tops to help build community at these sites. You can donated to our venmo @Lukas-Oakland to make this Oakland Love ❤️magic happen. Housing Consortium of the East Bay Lake Merritt-Uptown Oakland Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
The city of Oakland and Housing Consortium of the East Bay are building tiny homes just like they did in LA and San Jose in Lake Merritt! They will also focus on helping residents successfully transition to stable housing and health. #UnityCare #Homelessness
Proud to serve as a Executive Board member for East Bay Community Energy where we recently awarded our latest grants to our Community Sponsorship recipients! Our belief is to give back to our communities. Congratulations to Community Kitchens, Hayward Chamber of Commerce, Housing Consortium of the East Bay, Hively, LEAF (Local Ecology & Agriculture Fremont), Roots of Success: Environmental Literacy Curriculum, Sunflower Hill, CVI Castro Valley Independent Sports League, We Love Pi Details at ebce.org/community-sponsorships/
Details at ebce.org/community-sponsorships/ Community Kitchens Hayward Chamber of Commerce Housing Consortium of the East Bay Hively LEAF (Local Ecology & Agriculture Fremont) FTC We Love Pi Roots of Success: Environmental Literacy Curriculum Sunflower Hill
#GivingTuesdayNow, Home Is Where the Heart Is. We asked the youth of our WSP family to design and draw homes in support of a volunteer effort to build Tiny Houses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here is a design by Bhavana, age 6, the niece of Pooja Murali, #WSPUSA structural engineer in Morristown, New Jersey. Later this year, 20-25 of WSP's Bay Area employees hope to volunteer with Arup to build Tiny Houses over weekends for the Youth Spirit Artworks Tiny Home Village, supported by the Housing Consortium of the East Bay. They are working hard to raise money for the materials to build the homes. Please consider donating: https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #tinyhouse #HCEB #Arup #Oakland #SanFrancisco #BayArea
Home Is Where the Heart Is. Nicole Moon, #WSPUSA public involvement coordinator, in Tempe, Arizona, shares the house designed by Matthew, age 7, for homeless youth. Matthew says he thinks the hardest thing about being homeless would be not having your own bedroom or toys to play with. That’s why the house he designed has three kids’ bedrooms, and each has its own bed, closet, toy box and dresser. The kids get to their rooms by taking the stairs (red lines) but get to slide down to the door (blue slide) so they can go outside to play in their backyard playground, which has baseball field lights so they can play outside any time of the day or night. Youth of our WSP family may submit a drawing of a house that they would build for homeless youth, describing the home and what they think the hardest thing is to be homeless. Send submissions to [email protected] WSP's #SanFrancisco #BayArea offices hope to team up in the summer with Youth Spirit Artworks and Housing Consortium of the East Bay to build #TinyHouses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system. Arup and 20-25 of our employees plan to build two houses over weekends. https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #Oakland
Home Is Where the Heart Is. Catherine Carney, civil engineer in Eliot, Maine, shares The Happy Family House by Declan, age 6. It is a house where the whole family can live and be happy. Declan thinks that the hardest part of being homeless is that "you can never get really warm." We're asking the youth of our WSP family -- your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, brothers or sisters -- to submit a drawing of a house that they would like to build for homeless youth. Ask your children to describe the home and what they think the hardest thing is to be homeless. Send submissions to [email protected] #WSPUSA's San Francisco Bay Area offices hope to team up in the summer with Youth Spirit Artworks and Housing Consortium of the East Bay to build Tiny Houses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system. Arup and 20-25 of our employees plan to build two houses over weekends. Learn more: https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #tinyhouse #HCEB #Arup #Oakland #SanFrancisco #BayArea
Home Is Where the Heart Is: Lauren Waesche, #WSPUSA transportation engineer, shares her daughter Ashley's design of a home for homeless youth. Ashley Fiastro, age 4: "So, um, this is very important. This is a house for someone that doesn’t have any house. We wish you a happy home, and we hope you love it and enjoy it. An' we hope you like it. I planted potatoes for your garden to eat. I love you." We're asking the youth of our WSP family -- your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, brothers or sisters -- to submit a drawing of a house that they would like to build for homeless youth. Ask your children to describe the home and what they think the hardest thing is to be homeless. Send submissions to [email protected] #WSPUSA's San Francisco Bay Area offices hope to team up in the summer with Youth Spirit Artworks and Housing Consortium of the East Bay to build Tiny Houses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system. Arup and 20-25 of our employees plan to build two houses over weekends. The team of volunteers hope to raise $26,000 for the materials. Learn more: https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #tinyhouse #HCEB #Arup #Oakland #SanFrancisco #BayArea
Home Is Where the Heart Is: Shannon Cook shares a drawing of a treehouse designed by her daughter Anne, age 9. It's something Anne has always wanted herself, and she said that it would be the most amazing house for homeless youth. Check out the cool bucket on a pulley system used as a way to enter the house and the purple slide used to leave the house. We're asking the youth of our WSP family -- your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, brothers or sisters -- to submit a drawing of a house that they would like to build for homeless youth. Ask your children to describe the home and what they think the hardest thing is to be homeless. Send submissions to [email protected] #WSPUSA's San Francisco Bay Area offices hope to team up in the summer with Youth Spirit Artworks and Housing Consortium of the East Bay to build Tiny Houses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system. Arup and 20-25 of our employees plan to build two houses over weekends. The team of volunteers hope to raise $26,000 for the materials. Learn more: https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #tinyhouse #HCEB #Arup #Oakland #SanFrancisco #BayArea
Home Is Where the Heart Is: We're asking the youth of our WSP family -- your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, brothers or sisters -- to submit a drawing of a house (maybe a Future Ready one) that they would like to build for homeless youth. Ask your children to describe the home they've envisioned and what they think the hardest thing is to be homeless. "My home for the homeless is painted with different colors of the rainbow because it’s important to feel our feelings. I think the hardest thing about not having a home is maybe having a feeling of being lost." - Charley, 7, Rainbow Home "This house will have lots of flowers in the front and big enough to fit all the family -- mama, papa, grandma, grandpa, aunt and uncle, brother and sister, and even a dog. If I didn't have a home, I would be sad because I feel safe on my bed." - Madison, 4, Flowers Family #WSPUSA's San Francisco Bay Area offices are teaming up with Youth Spirit Artworks and Housing Consortium of the East Bay to build Tiny Houses for the homeless youth population, ages 18 to 25, coming out of the foster care system. 20-25 of our employees are joining forces with Arup to build two houses over weekends. The team of volunteers are working hard to raise $26,000 for the materials. Please consider donating now: https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian039s-campaign-for-youth-spirit-artworks #WeAreWSP #WSPGivesBack #giveback #tinyhouse #HCEB #Arup #Oakland #SanFrancisco #BayArea