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Sage Commons

Overview

Sage Commons is a new permanent supportive housing facility with 53‐units serving those at risk for homelessness in Santa Rosa, California. With their very own apartment unit, and integrated supportive services within the facility, residents will be lifted up and gain renewed life skills in a vibrant downtown neighborhood. The building is a single 3‐story 36,000 SF wood framed structure with major frontage along downtown College Avenue. The building forms an internal private garden court which faces south and will contain community gardens, benches, trees and covered walkways. There is a covered bike shelter in the courtyard which will contain 56 bicycles and a bicycle repair station. There is a centrally located elevator which serves all floors. There will be 53 studio apartments with air conditioning, private bathrooms and a full kitchen. All the apartments are located along a wide continuous balcony and the units have been clustered into 3 groupings that center around amenity spaces. These amenity spaces include a fitness room on each floor, a lounge on each floor and a common laundry/lounge. On the first floor there is a 24/7 security office that is visually connected to the entry and the courtyard. The first floor also includes offices, meeting rooms, a decontamination room with a separate bathroom and a large meeting room with an open kitchen for instructional purposes.

Address

80 College Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95401

909.659.7487

Eligibility

No Place Like Home Program Units (26)

Permanent supportive housing for individuals who are in need of mental health services and are experiencing homelessness, chronic homelessness, or at risk of chronic homelessness.



California Tax Credit Allocation Committee Units (27)

To be considered Special Needs housing, at least 45% of the Low‐Income Units in the project shall serve populations that meet one of the following:

  • Individuals living with physical or sensory disabilities and transitioning from hospitals, nursing homes, development centers, or other care facilities
  • Individuals living with developmental or mental health disabilities; individuals who are survivors of physical abuse
  • Individuals who are homeless as described in Section 10315(b)
  • Individuals with chronic illness, including HIV
  • Homeless youth as defined in Government Code Section 12957(e)(2)
  • Families in the child welfare system for whom the absence of housing is a barrier to family reunification, as certified by a county
  • Or another specific group determined by the Executive Director to meet the intent of this housing
    type.

Interested in applying?

Depending on program, individuals interested in applying to Sage Commons can contact:


No Place Like Home Program (26)

  • Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System
  • Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
  • 866.542.5480
  • Catholic Charities Homeless Services Center
  • Monday-Friday, 6am-11:30am & 1pm-5:30pm
  • 707.978.8329


California Tax Credit Allocation Committee Units (27)

  • Complete the fillable application and email to sagecommons@danco-group.com

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer