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Fresno Housing provides low-income families with a safe and stable place to live, which has been shown to benefit children academically and support their overall development and well-being.

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Fresno Housing continues to create vibrant communities, build quality affordable housing, and support the success of approximately 50,000 residents throughout the county.

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Access to Learning

Through award-winning educational partnerships with youth-oriented organizations and local schools, we provide our young residents with access to learning opportunities and programs.

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Path Toward Success

Each year, Fresno Housing partners with Fresno City College and Fresno State to provide scholarships for our residents to pursue higher education, setting them on the path toward success.

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A Safe and Stable Place to Live
Benefits the Entire Community

A safe and stable place to live has been shown to benefit children academically and support their overall development and well-being.

We help our residents, of all ages, meet their personal and career goals, connect to essential support systems, and coordinate access to workforce training, wellness resources, and educational opportunities.

The vibrancy of affordable housing extends to the greater community as an economic driver, extending the tax base and engaging in workforce development.

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Vibrant communities
Virtual After School Program

with READ Fresno To sign up or get additional information contact Monique Narciso, Resident Services Coordinator @ (559) 614-5670

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Computer Lab Open

Every Tuesday

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On-Site Tutoring Help

with Teaching Fellows Monday-Thursday 8:30am-12:30pm To sign up or get additional information contact Marcella McIntosh, Resident Services Coordinator @ (559) […]

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Parc Grove Commons/NW Onsite In-Person Tutoring Assistance with California Teaching Fellows

Fresno Housing Resident Empowerment Department has collaborated with California Teaching Fellows to offer on-site virtual learning in the comfort of […]

Parc Grove Commons

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Computer Lab Open

To sign up or get additional information contact Sheng Xiong, Resident Services Coordinator @ (559) 513-5000

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Veteran’s Resource Hour

Veteran residents are invited to a weekly workshop to discuss and request assistance on obtaining Veteran resources from CAL VET […]

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Virtual After School Program with READ Fresno

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Virtual After School Program

with READ Fresno Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-5pm To sign up or get additional information contact Lucinda Walls, Assistant Manager Resident […]

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Cueva De Oso READ Fresno Virtual After School Program

In partnership with Read Fresno, mentors will meet with students in grades K-12 online through Zoom to assist with homework […]

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Play and Learn

The Early Learning Department continues their Virtual groups through Zoom where families can log on and visit the page.  Play […]

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Executive Committee

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Building Better Communities Bulk Meal Program

In partnership with Building Better Communities, the agency provides bulk meals for youth’s ages 0-18 years.  Youths receive hot and […]

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Engaged Residents

Fresno Housing Engages and Empowers Residents 

We offer innovative programs focussed on achieving economic independence, educational success, and self-sufficiency, as well as programs to get and stay healthy and become involved in the community.  

Each year, we partner with Fresno State to offer scholarships to our residents to pursue higher education, setting them on the path toward success.  

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18 hours ago
Fresno Housing
HOMEOWNERSHIP RESOURCE:  Join our partner, Neufeld Realtor that Invest in You, for a two-part series on homeownership starting this Wednesday, April 14 at 6pm. Learn about credit, budgeting, loan process and much more.

Register at https://homebuyclass.eventbrite.com

HOMEOWNERSHIP RESOURCE: Join our partner, Neufeld Realtor that Invest in You, for a two-part series on homeownership starting this Wednesday, April 14 at 6pm. Learn about credit, budgeting, loan process and much more.

Register at homebuyclass.eventbrite.com
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5 days ago
Fresno Housing
The yellow Dala Horse that will be welcoming residents at Linnaea Villas in Kingsburg has arrived and is ready for installation.  The Dala Horse originated during the 15th century in Sweden and originally used as toys for children. 

Fresno Housing is proud to continue this Dala horse tradition at both of our developments in the City of Kingsburg, also known as “Little Sweden.”

The yellow Dala Horse that will be welcoming residents at Linnaea Villas in Kingsburg has arrived and is ready for installation. The Dala Horse originated during the 15th century in Sweden and originally used as toys for children.

Fresno Housing is proud to continue this Dala horse tradition at both of our developments in the City of Kingsburg, also known as “Little Sweden.”
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Cool!!

The new Grocery Outlet has a traditional "Faluröd" Dalahäst and the new Adventist Health just installed a dark blue Dalahäst. Så jätte fint!!

OUR DIFFERENCE

Innovation and Excellence
in Housing and Services

Fresno Housing manages and/or owns nearly 80 multi‑family housing developments throughout Fresno County including emergency, permanent supportive, farm labor, and public housing.

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Fresno Housing serves nearly 50,000 residents

48% Are Children

70% are served through Housing Choice Vouchers (formerly Section 8)

Fresno Housing manages and/or owns about 4,200 total housing units

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