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Organization Profile

Napa Valley Community Housing

What We Do:

Since 1977 NVCH has built, alone or in partnership with others, over 600 new housing units and has supervised the rehabilitation of more than 200 additional units. These include, family apartments, cottages and townhomes, single room occupant dwellings, single family rental homes, self-help homes and townhomes and transitional housing. We are a private non-profit that develops attractive, well-built, serviceable housing, affordable to Napa County's low & moderate income residents. In that effort, we plan and build new housing, we purchase existing, run down properties and rehabilitate them, and we manage low-income rental units. We offer an array of amenities, including free WiFi.

Who We Are:

In addition to providing affordable housing, as part of our agency's mission, we also seek to provide our residents with opportunities to grow, succeed and improve their quality of life as they participate in the community.We do so by providing Resident Services to facilitate the development of resident associations and to help them access the health care, educational services, job training, and social services they need to improve their lives. Marlene Santiago, our Vice President of Resident Services, along with Ivy Castillejos, Georgina Enriquez, Joseph Ramos, Wendy Argueta and Guadalupe Mendoza our Resident Services Coordinators, work endlessly to make sure our residents get the social services they need.

Housing & Shelter
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NAPA, CA, 94558