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Report
SOCAHOC
Community Housing Forum:
“Outlook and Opportunities in Developing Healthy,
Competitive and Sustainable Communities”
March 31, 2014
Suket Dayal
San Diego Housing Commission
Director of Strategy
SDHC – We’re About People
Introduction
• SDHC was established in 1979.
• SDHC is:
• A provider of federal rental assistance;
• A partner in addressing homelessness; and
• An affordable housing developer and lender.
• SDHC serves the City of San Diego.
• Housing Choice Vouchers – 14,849 households
• Public Housing – 187 units
• SDHC-owned Affordable Housing Units – 2,233 units
San Diego Housing Commission
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Moving to Work
• SDHC is one of 39 participating public housing authorities nationwide.
• Moving to Work (MTW) statutory objectives:
• Reduce administrative costs to more efficiently allocate federal
funds;
• Provide incentives for low-income families to become self-sufficient;
and
• Increase housing choices for eligible low-income families.
San Diego Housing Commission
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Homeless in San Diego
• San Diego City and County ranked number four in the nation for
homeless people
• Of the 8,879 homeless people (individuals or families)
• 1,486 are homeless veterans
• 594 unaccompanied youth and children
• Many causes for homelessness
• Poverty
• Lack of affordable housing
• Loss of job, decrease on assistance, etc.
San Diego Housing Commission
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Sponsor Based Subsidy Program
• Housing First Model
• Supportive services combined with federal rental assistance
• Rental assistance amount capped at the maximum for a studio apartment
• Subsidies awarded by SDHC through Request for Proposal (RFP)
Transitional Project Based Subsidies
•
Housing first model with wrap around supportive services
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Project Specific Program
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Flat federal rental assistance amount
San Diego Housing Commission
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Project Based Voucher Program
Project Based Voucher Program
• Supportive services combined with federal rental assistance
• Rental assistance amounts depends on project
• Tenant payment amount is roughly 30% of income
• PBVs awarded by SDHC through RFP
San Diego Housing Commission
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Celadon at 9th and Broadway
• Bridge Housing
• Downtown San Diego
• 9% and 4% tax credits
• 250 affordable units
• 88 project based vouchers
dedicated to homeless
San Diego Housing Commission
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Alpha Square
• Chelsea Investment Corporation
• Downtown San Diego
• 9% and 4% tax credits
• 201 affordable units
• 76 project based vouchers
dedicated to homeless
San Diego Housing Commission
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Atmosphere
• Wakeland Housing and Development
• Downtown San Diego
• 9% tax credits (applied)
• 205 affordable units
• 41 Project based vouchers dedicated to
homeless
San Diego Housing Commission
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Questions?
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