Fresh Look for CCH Central Office

After many years of leasing our home office space, CCH is now the landlord of our Walnut Creek property at 1855 Olympic Boulevard. With capacity to house the entire corporate […]

CCH Annual Report Available Online

Expanding the Legacy: Care – Compassion – Community is the theme for the 2022 CCH Annual Report, which spotlights CCH’s numerous accomplishments over the past year and provides a glimpse of […]

Looking To Progress in the New Year

Don Stump, President/CEO of Christian Church Homes

Dear Friends, As we move forward in the new year, there is much for which to be grateful. COVID-19 cases are dropping and the economy continues to improve following the […]

California Rents Continue to Spiral

In California, the Fair Market Rent for a two-bedroom apartment is $2,028. To afford this level of rent and associated utilities, your household would need to bring in $6,761 per […]

Legislative Progress in 2021-22

As the New Year gets underway, a look back at 2022 reveals several legislative wins on the affordable housing front. Even with battling priorities slowing legislative movement as a result […]

A Case for Helping the Homeless

Johná Wilcoxen, 72, a participant since the UCSF HOPE-HOME study began in 2013, was recently featured in a San Francisco Chronical article. Partially disabled since 1998, he lost his government-subsidized […]

Women Face Greater Housing Inequities

Women are less likely to own their own homes and are more likely to shoulder unaffordable housing costs—especially Black, Latina, Native American women, single mothers and the elderly, according to […]