|The San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides services as outlined in the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act to persons with developmental disabilities living in San Diego and Imperial Counties. SDRC believes that each consumer shall be provided with the maximum opportunity to participate in everyday living experiences that promote development to the highest potential and full participation in the community. SDRC values the uniqueness of human life and reaches out and collaborates with the community to identify and address needs as well as develop new ideas and services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Services provided by SDRC reflect and are sensitive to the cultural and ethnic diversity of the community. SDRC’s corporate mission is “to serve and empower persons with developmental disabilities and their families to achieve their goals with community partners.”
|The Foundation for Developmental Disabilities was established in 1986 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. The FDD serves individuals living with a developmental disability like cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or intellectual disability in San Diego and Imperial Counties and is a resource for those individuals and their families. The FDD knows these individuals face many challenges in the course of learning, working, and living in the community. Hence, their mission is “to support persons with developmental disabilities and their families when needed services are not available from public or private resources.” The Foundation was instrumental in creating the Southern California Housing Collaborative (SCHC), and both organizations have joined in planning to locate or create affordable housing options. The Foundation for Developmental Disabilities is beginning the work to create a giving campaign to further support the work of the SCHC and to continue helping persons with developmental disabilities find places to live that are safe, accessible, and affordable. Through the generosity of community partners such as corporations, businesses, and individuals, the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities is able to provide:
|Chelsea Investment Corporation is a real estate company focused on the financing and development of affordable housing. The company provides financial engineering, development, asset management, and property management services, as well as legal and nonprofit experiences to its development and investment partners and clients.
Chelsea’s not-for-profit clients include The Salvation Army, Senior Community Centers, St. Vincent de Paul Management, Housing Development Partners, Southern California Housing Collaborative, and Colette’s Children’s Home.
Emmerson Construction Inc.
|Emmerson Construction is a full-service contractor committed to client service and satisfaction. The company offers preconstruction, construction, and management services that provide many avenues to meet or exceed goals related to construction schedules and budget. With more than 20 years of business experience and a strong foundation, Emmerson has achieved accomplishments through teamwork, dedication, and communication.
|CIC Management, which has been in business since 2003, is a management office for Chelsea Investments and handles the financial operations for the organization. The company specializes in affordable housing developments. Each project the company handles is run efficiently and meets all state, local, and client deadlines.
|CHW has a successful 30-year history as a developer and owner of affordable rental apartments in urban, suburban, and rural communities across San Diego County. Our nationally award-winning developments serve diverse communities, including Carlsbad, City Heights, North Park, San Diego’s Shelltown, Escondido, Fallbrook, Lakeside, Oceanside, Poway, and Vista. They have completed over 1,500 rental and cooperative apartments in 29 rental communities and have 590 apartments in progress.