Edwards Place (the Aloha Project)
It’s a home. A community. A place where hope lives and grows.
Our 19th location is our boldest to date. Two homes have been built and have been occupied since December 2014.
The project will address the growing need for family housing, while providing new ways to meet our participants’ changing needs.
It’s called Edwards Place (formerly the Aloha Project) – a pocket neighborhood and community center designed to provide families the opportunity to live and age in place together.
When completed, Edwards Place will include five homes and five accessory dwellings, which will house multiple families. Some will be families of children with disabilities. Some will be families whose adult children choose to live alone, but nearby. And some will be shared housing or other combinations based on family preference.
It’s a new concept – a truly integrated, community setting. Which, perhaps best of all, will also serve as a bridge between those we serve and the surrounding,
"It’s a bold, exciting undertaking. Designed to provide a lifetime of hope to deserving families."
FAQ's for Edwards Place:
- What does it cost to participate? Families pay rent and have rental agreements.
- Is there a waitlist? We look for goodness of fit and therefore do not keep a "traditional" waitlist. We keep an "interested parties" list. If we do not have an opening, we encourage people to get involved in our other services.