The Miller Pointe project is a collaborative effort involving the Housing Authority and Stanislaus County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services (SCBHRS). Our Authority and SCBHRS are working together in concert with our respective missions, in order to develop affordable housing for individuals who are receiving services through SCBHRS.
The project consist of 15 one-bedroom units, 1 two-bedroom unit and a small community building. The project will provide permanent rental housing that is affordable to individuals with incomes below 35% of median income. The tenants of the Miller Pointe project will be clients of SCBHRS.
The Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus is pleased to announce the grand opening of Miller Pointe Apartments. Miller Pointe is a 16 unit affordable rental housing complex targeted to provide rental assistance to individuals with mental illness.
Funding for Miller Pointe was provided from several sources including the City of Modesto, Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services, Federal Home Loan Bank, Farmers and Merchants Bank, and the Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus.
Miller Pointe consists of 15 one bedroom rental housing units, a small community building and a two bedroom manager’s unit. The development will provide permanent affordable rental housing for very low income individuals under the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Shelter Plus Care Program. The Shelter Plus Care Program links supportive services with affordable rental housing and is targeted to assist special populations. Affordable rents will be based on 30% of the resident’s income.
Architectural design was provided by Aubrey Moore. The general contractor was Diede Construction.
Please contact Pam Esparza or Sheila Allen at (209)525-6150 for additional information.