Meet the Project Partners working together to create a new model of care for our unhoused neighbors
The Alameda Wellness Campus consists of three project partners: Alameda Point Collaborative (Project Lead), LifeLong Medical Care (Service Provider), and Mercy Housing (Housing Developer). We are working together to shape a truly transformative care model to address the chronic trauma and worsening health conditions experienced by unhoused residents of Alameda County.
LifeLong will be the health care and service provider for the Wellness Campus. LifeLong is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a 45-year history of providing medical, behavioral health, and social services for older adults and others with complex health needs. Today, over 66,000 low-income East Bay residents choose LifeLong as their healthcare provider. LifeLong’s extensive services for unhoused individuals include a primary care clinic (Trust Health Center), services at 14 supportive housing sites, a 27-bed medical respite program, and street medicine services providing health care in encampments in Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, and Oakland.
Since 1999, APC has operated supportive housing communities for homeless individuals and families. APC’s comprehensive services include case management, job training and social enterprises, children and youth programs, resident leadership initiatives, and food security programs. A PC is rebuilding its 200 supportive housing community, and developing 157 additional supportive housing units with project partners. In addition, APC is the Project Sponsor and Lead for the Alameda Wellness Campus.
Mercy Housing is the co-developer of our 100 unit permanent supportive housing community for unhoused seniors. Mercy Housing has developed, preserved, and/or financed approximately 50,000 affordable homes to benefit more than 152,000 residents. Mercy Housing is one of the nation’s largest affordable housing organizations and participates in the development, preservation, management, and financing of affordable, program-enriched housing across the country. In addition, Mercy acquires and renovates existing housing and develops new affordable rental properties.