More low-income housing is coming to the city of Lompoc.
The Santa Barbara County Departments of Housing and Community Development and Behavioral Wellness made the announcement today.
They are partnering with the County Housing Authority to provide homes for Behavioral Wellness clients.
Renovations will soon begin on the building currently occupied by the Behavioral Wellness Adult Outpatient Mental Health services team. The housing will include 15 units for low-income individuals and families.
“The B street building, which currently operates as a service site, has a history as a hotel which lends the perfect opportunity to repurpose and allow expanded stable housing within our community” says Alice Gleghorn, PhD, Director. “We are grateful we are able to contribute to the solution of expanded housing which is a critical need for many.”
The staff will move to the Crestwood Champions Center, 303 S. C Street, by the end of the month. All clients will be notified.