May
10

Low Income Investment Fund Presents Meeting Families’ Needs: Including Child Care in Housing Developments

Affordable Housing Month

On May 10, the Low Income Investment Fund, MidPen Housing, Santa Clara County Office of Education, and YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley will convene as part of Santa Clara County’s Affordable Housing Month to discuss strategies, best practices, and challenges in efforts to co-locate child care facilities with affordable housing developments.

Including child care in housing has significant benefits for children, families, and communities, but it requires developers and child care providers to navigate new and often disconnected regulatory and financing landscapes. During this discussion, panelists will reflect on their experiences co-locating child care facilities with housing developments and offer recommendations to policymakers and practitioners on tools for meeting families’ needs in Santa Clara County.

About Santa Clara County’s Affordable Housing Month: SV@Home is thrilled to announce Affordable Housing Month 2022! This year’s theme is #ReimaginingHome. During the entire month of May, SV@Home convenes our region’s housing partners to host dozens of virtual workshops, webinars, and creative community engagement opportunities in order to activate and engage our community of housing advocates and the general public around our housing challenges and solutions.

May 10, 1:00pm, Online Event RSVP
May 10
Affordable Housing Month

Low Income Investment Fund Presents Meeting Families’ Needs: Including Child Care in Housing Developments

May 10, 1:00pm, at Online Event RSVP

On May 10, the Low Income Investment Fund, MidPen Housing, Santa Clara County Office of Education, and YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley will convene as part of Santa Clara County’s Affordable Housing Month to discuss strategies, best practices, and challenges in efforts to co-locate child care facilities with affordable housing developments.

Including child care in housing has significant benefits for children, families, and communities, but it requires developers and child care providers to navigate new and often disconnected regulatory and financing landscapes. During this discussion, panelists will reflect on their experiences co-locating child care facilities with housing developments and offer recommendations to policymakers and practitioners on tools for meeting families’ needs in Santa Clara County.

About Santa Clara County’s Affordable Housing Month: SV@Home is thrilled to announce Affordable Housing Month 2022! This year’s theme is #ReimaginingHome. During the entire month of May, SV@Home convenes our region’s housing partners to host dozens of virtual workshops, webinars, and creative community engagement opportunities in order to activate and engage our community of housing advocates and the general public around our housing challenges and solutions.