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Utah Nonprofit Housing Corp. Salt Lake City



Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Class of Housing: Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance

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Utah Nonprofit Housing Corporation (Unphc), Founded In 1967, Is A Utah Non-Profit Developer Of Multi-Family Affordable Housing. Staffed By Volunteers Until 1993, There Are Now Almost 50 Employees. Unphc Has 40 Properties Providing More Than 1,800 Units To Over 2,000 Individuals. In Addition, Unphc Provides The Property Management To Several Of These Projects, As Well As Technical Assistance To Other Non Profit Organizations And Communities Wanting To Develop Their Own Affordable Housing. Those We Serve Are Low And Very Low Income, Making Less Than 50% Of The Area Median Income. The Majority Of Properties Serve Seniors 62 And Older, But Unphc Also Serves Special Needs Populations Such As Physically Disabled, Families, Chronically Mentally Ill, Homeless, Families And Individuals In Transition From Homelessness, And Hiv/Aids Persons. We Own 20 Single-Family Rent-To-Own Homes, And A 24-Unit Town Home Project For First-Time Home Buyers. The Most Basic Human Needs Are Shelter And Food. If Those Needs Are Not Met, Individuals Are Excluded From Other Significant Human Interactions: Employment, Parenting, And Social Contributions. Unphc Is Committed To The Belief That The Long-Term Solution To Homelessness Is Safe, Decent, And Affordable Housing. Did you find a problem with this listing? Please notify us of changes needed.
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