Project Pride

2545 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland | Map
Not Managed by SAHA

This property is managed and owned by East Bay Community Recovery Project. Please see their website at www.ebcrp.org

SAHA partnered with East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) to rehabilitate a vacant hotel in West Oakland to provide a sustainable permanent home for Project Pride recovery program and greatly enhance a blighted corner in the neighborhood. The project has 20 SRO units providing housing for women in recovery from substance abuse, many of whom also have co-occurring mental health disabilities and other special needs. The program enables women to reunite and care for their young children while in recovery. The building includes a fully equipped commercial kitchen (with energy efficient appliances) and dining room that is designed to foster family interaction during meals, three flexible use community rooms, on-site laundry, on-site cooperative childcare space for residents, recreational open space, computers, and supportive service offices.

Completed
September, 2012
Income Level
10% AMI
Resident Population
  • Supportive Housing and Residential Recovery Program for Mothers and their Children
Architect
Gelfand Partners
Cost
$4.2 Million
Financing Partners
  • City of Oakland
  • State of California Housing and Community Development (HCD)
  • Emergency Housing and Assistance Program Capital Development (EHAPCD) Program
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco AHP
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
Property Manager
East Bay Community Recovery Project
Services Coordinator
East Bay Community Recovery Project