FROM THE STREETS
TO SELF SUSTAINABILITY
Cottage Housing, Inc. provides housing and services to those experiencing the crippling effects of homelessness and who are in desperate need of shelter and stability. Cottage Housing’s program and housing services provide shelter and security to families and individuals and include assistance focused on personal and professional development, thus helping to ensure a growing sense of strength and confidence in the residents’ lives and in their decision-making abilities.
Cottage Housing, Inc. is dedicated to transforming and rebuilding lives.About Us
Cottage Housing, Inc. partners with Mercy Housing California to operate Serna Village. The development site consists of 83 one-to-four bedroom apartments, with a centrally located Community Center, kitchen and a youth program, SKYLAB.
Serna Village is a permanent supportive housing program for homeless families. The facility opened in 2002 to provide housing accommodations to 40 families. The program expanded in 2006 to its current 83 apartments.
Serna Village strives to be a clean and sober community focused on healthy growth and commitment to personal wellness. Participants are encouraged to work closely with our staff on designing and adhering to their own personal development plan, and to volunteer in both the Serna Village and outside communities.
Using the Resiliency Model, which promotes personal development and growth, out intervention strategy is strength-based, peer supported and participant driven.
Quinn Cottages is in partnership with Mercy Housing California, a residential community composed of 60 one-bedroom cottages, serving primarily single men and women, a couple, or a single parent with one child. Residents are encouraged to voluntarily commit to sobriety and to work closely with staff on designing and adhering to their own personal development plans, and to volunteer at both Quinn Cottages and local communities.LEARN MORE
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From the Streets to Self Sustainability: A Personal Story
Excerpt from the March Cottage Quarterly View the Full Newsletter From the Streets to Self Sustainability: A Personal Story Homelessness is an equal opportunity destroyer. It doesn’t care who you are, where you come from, who you…LEARN MORE