Opened in August of 2020, Pamela’s Place is a permanent supportive housing complex with 100 apartment units developed by the HASLC. Five of the units are set-aside for homeless individuals, the remaining 95 units are utilized for individuals who are disabled with a homeless preference. Partnering with Sacred Circle Health Care, a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC), the services team work toward goals by assisting participants with resource coordination, connection to benefits, on site mental health care and access to basic physical health care, physical care referrals, medication management, employment assistance and other necessary activities that aid in maintaining housing.
All residents pay a portion of their income for rent, which covers a portion of operating costs for the project. Participants with zero income will not be denied housing. Pamela’s Place will operate on a Housing First philosophy with a low barrier approach. Individuals will not be required to be sober or be denied due to a criminal history.