Residents at Creekside Gardens, Paso Robles

A note from our CEO, John Fowler
Rolling, rolling, rolling...

The brand new Rolling Hills II affordable housing development in Templeton just broke ground in January, and we're staying busy.

A key ceremony is scheduled in Atascadero. Eleven owner builder families will receive the key to their "American Dream" after a long year of construction work. 

Rehab work will soon start at Valentine Court in Santa Maria, a senior project serving some of the most vulnerable members of our community. Residents will be very happy with the improvements, once this 27 year old development received its "make over".

Our momentum in 2017 is stronger than ever and we see no signs of slowing down. We are immensely grateful and humbled to serve the Central Coast, through creative solutions that add affordable housing opportunities to and for underprivileged communities. 

We are also thankful for your continued support which allows us to do the work we do and enables us to support our residents in becoming more self-sufficient and prosper in life.
Cause for Celebration!
Staff Anniversaries
4 Years,  Rachel Knott
4 Years,  Morgen Benevedo
1 Year,  Lorena Guevara

Development Anniversaries
20 Years,  Oak Forest Apts.,
Arroyo Grande - 20 Units
10 Years,  Casas Las Granadas, Santa Barbara - 12 Units
Triangle Homes
Key Ceremony

Join us to wish eleven owner builder  families well as they receive the keys to their new homes!

Friday, February 24
12 noon 
6940 Atascadero Ave., Atascadero
RSVP (805) 540-2441
Point in Time - 2017 Homeless Survey
The Point In Time Count is an unduplicated count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals and families across the United States. The count provides a snapshot of who is homeless on a given night. This information is then used to plan local homeless assistance systems and to raise public awareness of homelessness.

Proud to take part this year, was a team from PSHH who were assigned to an area in Santa Maria. To learn more, see  Point in Time Census .
Volunteers Make All the Difference
On the job site or in the office, the work at PSHH couldn't happen without the vital contribution of volunteers! 

See how you can change someones life by volunteering with Peoples' Self-Help Housing. 
Getting Started in San Miguel!
With a few welcome days break from the rain, owner-builder families working together were able to pour foundations for two more new homes in San Miguel.

Progress is made quickly through the Self-Help Home Ownership Program; stay posted on these construction projects, change happens fast! 
PSHH  - Platinum Level Profile
PSHH spends 86% of its revenues on programs which serve our residents - but don't just take our word for it, check us out on GuideStar!

GuideStar is a third-party charity evaluator which allows current supporters and potential donors see for themselves the impact a nonprofit has on the community. When you search for Peoples' Self-Help Housing Corporation with GuideStar,  you can download our financial reports, stay up-to-date with our projects and get in-depth information on our effectiveness.

Because of our 46 year track record of excellence, we have been awarded the highest level award - the Platinum Profile. So dive deep into the PSHH data with confidence and know that you support an organization of distinction!
Crisis Fund Provides for Essentials
Can you imagine trying to get through the day with the agony of a toothache but no money to visit a dentist? 

What if you knew you were just hours away from eviction because you were a few dollars short? 

The Resident Assistance Fund helps our residents during crisis situations when no other financial resources are available. See the impact of this fund and how life changing your gifts to it can be.
Housing News From Around the Nation
Governor's housing department releases list of options for addressing California's housing crisis
The Department of Housing and Community Development published a list of options addressing California's housing crisis.. Read more.

Could Good, Affordable Housing Solve Farmworker Shortage?
We believe that affordable housing, such as our development at Rolling Hills II, will help solve farmworker shortages. Read more.

For Many Homeless, Finding Housing Is Only The First Step Toward Stability
Check out NPR's piece about the journey people begin after finding housing.  Read more.

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San Luis Obispo Office 
3533 Empleo Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone (805) 781-3088
Fax (805) 544-1901
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Santa Barbara Office
26 E. Victoria Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone (805) 699-7220
Fax (805) 962-8152