'Chronically homeless’ facility nears completion (Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino)

Date Published: 
June 28th, 2019

From the Victorville Daily Press:

A facility to permanently house chronically homeless persons and provide a variety of services to help get them off the streets is set to be completed in late summer, county officials said.

The Queens Motel on Stoddard Wells Road, more than 50 years old, dilapidated, unused and within sight of passing motorists on nearby Interstate 15, will be renovated into Desert Haven Apartments.

The apartments will likely be finished by late August, said Anthony Perez, executive director of the nonprofit Housing Partners I, Inc.

Perez’ nonprofit manages the project’s development for the San Bernardino County Housing Authority. The agency purchased the property in March 2018.

Read the Victorville Daily Press's article "'Chronically homeless’ facility nears completion," featuring the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino.

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