Dignity Village is a 47-unit interim supportive housing community in Alameda, CA that can serve up to 61 unhoused individuals, including five units for transitional-age youth. Each unit measures 138 square feet and has a private, en suite bathroom.
$2,555,844 in operational funding and $9,225,536 for the development of the project is coming from the State of California Project Homekey, and another $2,654,622 in capitalized operational reserves is sourced from the Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department. The City is contributing $10,855,995 towards the development and operations of this project. In addition, the City is promoting a GoFundMe on social media and their website.
Five Keys handles the onsite operation of Dignity Village as well as case management and resident services. Those in need of housing will be referred through the Homeless Management Information System, which is managed by the Coordinated Entry Program of Alameda County’s Office of Homeless Care and Coordination (OHCC). For the initial housing placement, unhoused residents in the City of Alameda will be given priority.