EAH Housing in San Jose CA can be found at Markham Plaza, a 305-unit SRO complex which includes 10 Project-Based Section 8 vouchers for formerly homeless individuals. EAH, a nonprofit organization with a tremendous record of success, manages over 100 affordable housing properties across the Western United States with a budget of over $95 million.
In addition to affordable housing, EAH secures partnerships from within the city and county to provide an incredible array of services to the residents at Markham Plaza, including delivery of more than 50,000 pounds of food a year from Second Harvest Food Bank. Some of the many other onsite services include free flu shots, food preparation classes with a nutritionist, health wellness checks, natural disaster preparedness with the Red Cross, healthcare enrollment assistance, free haircuts, and job search training.
Over the last five decades of developing and managing communities for low income and formerly homeless families, seniors, and people with disabilities, EAH has always found that residents are able to maintain a stable home and their overall wellbeing when the community includes supportive services. EAH thus partners with experienced service providers who understand each community’s needs, and offer everything from addiction counseling and healthy food programs to financial literacy and job training to our residents.
EAH Housing in San Jose CA is taking strides to be a part of the solution to ending homelessness and the lack of affordable rental housing in California.