Resident Services

Our network organizations help renters improve their lives and communities. We do this by supporting organizations and initiatives to improve resident services.
Angela discusses St. Ambrose Rental Services
Angela has lived in a St. Ambrose rental townhouse for 18 years. She is an active participant in her community and helped launch the Village Learning Center, which provides local children with after-school activities.

Our contributions

  • A clearly defined set of outcome measures
  • Training for resident service coordinators
  • An annual convening of resident service professionals

Our long-term goals

  • Demonstrate the effectiveness of housing-based services in building the personal assets of residents
  • Identify cost-effective ways to implement programs and services in an affordable housing environment
  • Bring together resident services and property management professionals for mutually beneficial outcomes
A clothing closet protects residents from bullying
A clothing closet protects residents from bullying
Cabrillo Economic Development Corp. worked with youth leaders at their Villa Cesar Chavez property to start an anti-bullying campaign and a second-hand clothing closet which is totally run and staffed by the students.
Senior residents receive medical care and other services
Senior residents receive medical care and other services
CDC of Long Island provides on-site services, including referrals, counseling and outreach, for the seniors living at Pinehurst Apartments. The residents are also provided with visiting medical supply, banking, driving lessons and medical care and education.
Formerly homeless residents find help in San Francisco
Formerly homeless residents find help in San Francisco
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation's (TNDC) Kelly Cullen Community serves the homeless population of San Francisco. On-site services for residents include access to social workers, a full-time nurse and a money manager. There is also a ground floor health clinic available not only to the residents, but also to low-income residents of the city.