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City of Santa Monica Housing Division
1901 Main St Fl 1, Santa Monica, CA 90405
The Housing Division works to preserve affordable housing in Santa Monica, and to facilitate additional housingMore opportunities for residents whose income is low or moderate. The division collaborates with affordable housing developers and owners of multi-family properties to ensure that longtime residents can maintain their living quarters. The Housing Division consists of three branches: Housing Production & Preservation, the Redevelopment Agency and the Section 8/Housing Authority.
Ocean Housing Foundation
1525 Euclid St, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Ocean Housing Foundation works with private non-profit developers to provide affordable rental housing for low andMore moderate income households for persons with disabilities. The affordable housing in Santa Monica, developed in partnership with non-profits, is privately owned and managed by this organization. Ocean Housing Foundation Apartments is comprised of 13 units that are designed with disabilities in mind; architectural and related guidelines dealing with ramps, doorways, bathrooms, cabinetry and other features allow those with mobility impairments and other physical disabilities to have full access to and to function independently within modern housing.
Silvercrest Residence
1530 5th St, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Silvercrest Residence is an apartment complex dedicated to providing seniors and retirees with affordable housing. TheMore complex is independently owned and operated.
Community Corporation of Santa Monica
1423 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Community Corporation of Santa Monica is a locally based, non-profit community outreach program focused onMore developing and managing affordable housing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The  organization works hard to provide housing to lower wage working families in the Santa Monica and West Los Angeles area. 
Global Green USA
2218 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Global Green USA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding solutions for environmental problems. Programs consistMore of affordable green housing and solar energy initiatives, business greening programs, education programs through Santa Monica College and workshops for local homeowners. With headquarters in Southern California, it leverages the environmental enthusiasm of the entertainment community. Board members include actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Edward Norton.