Affordable Housing

The Building Hope Capital Campaign will create safe, affordable, rental housing with supportive services for 30 families and 172 single adults, enabling them to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness and build stable and independent lives.

Why Affordable Housing?

Nearly half of the District’s affordable housing has disappeared over the past decade, leaving 7,300 men, women and children homeless. These individuals and families urgently need safe, affordable housing in order to stabilize their lives and become self-sufficient.
Affordable housing acts as a platform for other services, such as job training, that enable individuals to reach their full human potential. It is also less expensive than relying on emergency rooms, shelters and other costly institutions to serve the homeless.

  • Living [in affordable housing] is a great opportunity, a great stepping stone. SOME helps you with job search, resumes, schools for adults — the resources here are endless.”–Robert, father of Azaria

Greg in housing unit



  • Financial literacy courses
  • Money management counseling
  • Job training and employment resources and supports
  • Mental health services
  • Children

  • After-school programming that features tutoring and enriching activities such as art and dance
  • School liaison and academic intervention services
  • Individualized counseling and support


See How SOME’s Affordable Housing is Changing Lives


If you are seeking affordable housing, you can learn about our existing housing for single adults or families on our website.
Housing at The Conway Center will not be available until 2018.