SARC Summer Festival 2017

The Annual Summer Festivals are for the entire San Andreas Regional Center community. Parents, Individuals with developmental disabilities, the community, and service providers are all […]

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Bay Area Housing Corporation

Since 2003, Bay Area Housing Corporation has been creating quality housing opportunities for people with developmental disabilities and other low income populations. Our goal is to improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities by creating quality housing that meets their individual needs.

We work primarily in the San Francisco Bay area and enjoy our partnership with San Andreas Regional Center serving Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey and San Benito County.
We currently own and manage 48 properties that provide amazing homes for people with developmental disabilities. Our assets are over $55 million and we are a respected and stable 501(c)3 organization.

We are recognized for our leadership, problem solving, creativity and our competence. We focus on people with developmental disabilities and are a voice throughout the State and the community for their housing needs.
BAHC is currently introducing new housing programs that will expand the type of housing that it creates in the community for this amazing population.


The need is great. These two short videos show what parents and young adults look for in safe, affordable housing specialized for people living with I/DD. BAHC has 48 homes and plans more to fill the growing need. Will you help by donating to our 501c3 and transform lives here in the Bay Area?

Bay Area Housing Corp Needs Your Help to Make a Difference

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Here’s a List of Upcoming Events

SARC Summer Festivals – July 15th, Harvey West Park in Santa Cruz, July 22nd, Rotary Play Garden in San Jose. For more information click here or go to SARC.org.

NAMI California Conference – August 25-26, 2017. In Newport Beach with a Theme of, Back To the Future.

NAMI Walks Silicon Valley – September 23, 2017. Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, CA. 10:30 – 1:30 pm. Raising awareness and support for Mental Illness.

Disability Awareness Day, Thursday, October 5th, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
San José City Hall Rotunda & Plaza 200 E. Santa Clara Street, San José, CA 95113
Celebrating diversity, awareness, and empowerment for persons with differing abilities.

October 21, 2017. —— ROCKTOBERFEST — chconline.org/rocktoberfest – benefitting children, teens and young adults with ADHD, AUTISM, ANXIETY & DEPRESSION, LEARNING DIFFERENCES