Community Resident Services, Inc. (CRS) is a 501©(3) California non-profit organization.
Our staff and Board of Directors share a commitment to the communities in which we serve. CRS develops and operates affordable rental housing for very-low, low- and moderate income households in California by participating in the ownership and management of such properties with local for-profit developers and owners.
CRS was started in June 2007 with the concurrent goals of playing a role in the development of affordable housing and providing valuable social services to the residents of our properties.
CRS empowers existing communities to help them develop a healthy environment through listening to the needs of our residents and fostering the strengths of all. We provide compassionate services and programs within residential communities.
How It Works:
CRS develops and operates affordable rental housing for low- and moderate households in California by participating in the ownership and management of such properties with local for-profit developers and owners. CRS participates as the Managing General Partner of the
ownership entity for each property. As the Managing General Partner, CRS is responsible for the management and supervision of the ownership, development and operation of the property. CRS does not provide financial guarantees and does not pay for any of the predevelopment costs of local for-profit partner.
CRS’s core competency is bringing quality services to the residents that are appropriate to the specific populations of each property. The services include, but are not be limited to, after-school programs, computer learning, after-school and school-break recreational and cultural programs, English-as-a-Second-Language, résumé writing courses, job search courses, personal health maintenance courses, summer lunch programs, and resident ombudsman programs.
While staffing varies based upon the specific needs and programs at each property, CRS
generally hires Program Coordinators to assist at each property. The primary function of the
Program Coordinator is to effectively assist resident family members that have requested
support in enhancing the quality of their daily lives and in more fully and successfully
participating in the educational and economic mainstream. The Program Coordinator provides
tenants with information about and supportive access to local services and resources that can
assist the residents to achieve their life goals. The Program Coordinator is an integral part of the housing and property team and plays a critical role in the overall positive maintenance of the property for the enjoyment of its residents and the respect of its neighbors.
Property Tax Exemption
As the Managing General Partner for specific properties, CRS is responsible for securing the real estate tax exemptions available.
Local Government Funding
As a part of the development team for each property, CRS assists in securing governmental funding for the properties’ development.
Improving Family Services
Improving Youth Services
Improving Adult Services
We participate in 27 properties in California, Washington, and Arizona
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2554 Millcreek Drive Ste 101, Sacramento, CA 95833, US
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment