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What is Keystone?
Keystone on Commonwealth is Pathways of Hope’s proposed Permanent Supportive Housing community. It will be located at what is presently a maintenance and storage yard owned by the City of Fullerton, and the site of the former Morehouse Mustard facility at 1600 West Commonwealth.
Permanent Supportive Housing is the proven best practice and solution to end homelessness for the majority of people experiencing chronic homelessness in our community. To learn more about the complex problem of homelessness and how we can make a difference, check out the Orange County United Way/University of California, Irvine Cost Study
Through the Association of California Cities – Orange County, there is a need and a plan to build 2,700 Permanent Supportive Housing Units throughout all of Orange County to provide assistance to our chronically homeless neighbors and community members and help them permanently end their homelessness. Pathways of Hope is working to do our part in North Orange County to create units in multiple cities to end homelessness for our community’s most vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals.
Keystone is not a shelter, a food-pantry, transitional housing, or a walk-up service center of any kind.
Keystone is an apartment community, a home for people with disabilities who once lived on our streets. Keystone will offer comprehensive supportive services for all residents, including 24/7 onsite staff, case management, and a variety of additional services and resources to help our formerly homeless neighbors stay safe, healthy, and housed.
Keystone is a place where people who have struggled with disabilities and chronic homelessness can end their homelessness. Keystone is a place our formerly homeless neighbors can call home.
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Pathways of Hope is a proud member of the United to End Homelessness movement.