Congratulations to the first group of owner-builders in Mission Gardens, San Miguel
who received keys to their new homes on March 8.
President/CEO John Fowler with Senator Dianne Feinstein in DC
There's no more beautiful time to visit our nation's capital than when the cherry blossoms are in bloom and no more valuable time than when you have the chance to gather with housing policy-makers and thought leaders.
On some days, the challenges we face regarding housing can seem insurmountable, but after being in the same room with so many visionary, energized housing professionals, I know our joint efforts will eventually prevail.
John Fowler, CPA
Spring Appeal 2019 - Ways to Support your Community
The Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation recently awarded a generous $10,000 grant to PSHH in support of our Learning Centers in southern Santa Barbara County. The funds will support educational programming for K-8 students and those excitedly bound for college. Read more
"Point in Time" - Homelessness in SB County
PSHH employees were proud to be among the 500 volunteers for the recent 2019 Santa Barbara County Homeless Point-in-Time Count. The preliminary report has now been released, revealing that the number of people experiencing unsheltered homelessness in Santa Barbara County has increased by 27%. Read the report
We're Hiring - Come Join Our Team!
We're hiring and we've got a place on the team for you!
With openings in education, property management, construction and in our finance department, check outwww.pshhc.organd find your next great opportunity !
River View Townhomes
Celebrating 15 years
This family community in Guadalupe consists of 80 units,
includes a 5,000 sq. ft community center and one of our largest learning centers. Set amid agricultural lands and surrounded by views of coastal sand dunes, this property enjoys a truly beautiful location.
Celebrating 21 years
This 48-home neighborhood in Templeton was built through the efforts of multiple groups of owner-builders just over two decades ago. These beautiful homes continue to be a testament to the hard working families and volunteers who built them.
PSHH in the News ...
SLO County supervisors unite to approve landmark plan for affordable housing PSHH teams with community organizations and local leaders to address lack of affordable housing in SLO County. Read more
Families receive keys
to new homes they helped build in San Miguel
The first group of owner-builders at the new Mission Gardens development receives keys to the homes they helped build through PSHH's self-help program.
Watch the report
Central Coast Voices: The impact of housing policy on the Central Coast
While all of California is experiencing a housing crisis, the Central Coast may be feeling some of the worst impacts with two reports ranking San Luis Obispo County fifth and seventh for being the least affordable housing market in the nation.Listen to the story
...and in other Housing News
It turns out Americans weren't ready to become a nation of renters. Home ownership is back in.
A funny thing happened on the way to the United States becoming a nation of renters: people started buying homes again.