Tag Archives: Housing

ANNOUNCEMENT: HIP Home Sharing Program and Half Moon Bay Coastside Housing for Seniors August 2013

The deadline to apply for Coastside Senior Housing  is August 5th, 2013. Contact HIP Housing at 650-348-6660 to schedule an appointment to discuss home sharing opportunities or other available affordable housing.

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NEWS: HIP Affordable Housing

Check out this month’s list of affordable housing in San Mateo County provided by HIP Housing, a San Mateo Non-Profit. Below are partial lists for renters and seekers for June 2012.

For more properties around San Mateo County, you can check out http://www.smchousingsearch.org/ it is a free housing locator service for San Mateo County provided by the San Mateo County Housing Authority and the Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County, with contributions from local agencies and businesses. You can check out the website or call 1-877-428-8844 Monday through Friday, from 6am to 5pm.

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Update: PARTNER EVENTS: Smoke-Free Housing Press Conference 04-20-2012

Please see the attached updated flyer for this event below.

NCPP is proud to co-sponsor this event with our partners.  Please join us to witness youth leaders advocate for positive change in their community.  See you there!

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NEWS: Affordable Housing at HIP

HIP Housing is a San Mateo County non-profit dedicated to bringing safe and affordable housing to those unable to find housing, whether due to circumstance or income. You can find the January list of the House Sharing Program below.


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PHOTOS: DCYHC Passport to Health Fair 10-1-2011

NCPP Staff tabled at the Daly City Youth Health Center’s 1st Annual Health Fair, titled “Passport to Health.”  During setup, the event seemed like it would get rained out, but the weather soon cleared up and provided a beautiful, sunny day in Daly City.  Many people in the community came by to visit the various tables and get resources, and the event was a great success.  


Kim Gilette of Daly City Youth Health Center addresses the crowd at Passport to Health.


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