Thriving Through Community Engagement

Century builds community through our long-term collaborative partnerships, bringing together residents, management, service providers, local officials, and neighbors. We listen with intent, leverage existing resources, and create high-quality housing and community spaces that enhance resident well-being and promote economic growth.

Villages at Cabrillo Collaborative

Century convenes the Villages at Cabrillo Collaborative (VACC), a group of 11 on-site partners and numerous off-site partners that serve as a leadership advisory body for the entire CVC community. On-site partners include American Indian Changing Spirits; Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.; Century Oasis Residential Services; Child Lane; CityHeART; Hacienda of Hope; Harbor Interfaith Services; LBUSD Head Start; Los Angeles Habilitation House; PATH Ventures; and School on Wheels.

One San Pedro Collaborative

The One San Pedro Collaborative is comprised of the Richman Group, Century Housing, and National CORE. The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles selected the Collaborative to serve as the master developer for the revitalized Rancho San Pedro housing site. The Collaborative will create and implement a shared vision of community development that benefits not only Rancho San Pedro residents but also the larger San Pedro community.

The Veterans Collective

The Veterans Collective brings together three organizations—U.S.VETS, Century Housing, and Thomas Safran & Associates—to develop a vibrant neighborhood on the West Los Angeles VA North Campus. The team is deeply committed to successfully housing and caring for military Veterans and their families and has a deep history of creating and providing Veteran-specific housing and services.

CDU/MLK Wellness Collaborative

The CDU/MLK Wellness Collaborative is a partnership between Charles Drew University, Thomas Safran & Associates, and Century Housing. It aims to create a vibrant, walkable health and wellness community featuring affordable, workforce, student, and mixed-income housing, along with office, retail, research, community, and clinic spaces. The development will include athletics and recreational facilities for community use, benefiting District faculty, employees, and King/Drew Medical Magnet High School students.

Need Housing?

If you or someone you know needs housing or is experiencing homelessness in LA County, these agencies provide intake and assessment services and oversee the process for becoming housed at one of our properties.

Visit Shelter Partnership for additional social service programs and referrals to shelters.

City of Long Beach
All services are coordinated through the Long Beach Multi-Service Center
Phone: 562-570-4500
1301 W. 12th Street
Long Beach, CA 90813
closed daily 12–1pm
closes Thursday at 2 pm

Greater Los Angeles Area (Outside Long Beach)
211 or 800-399-6993

South Bay (SP8)
Harbor Interfaith Services
599 W. 9th Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

Other Access Points to LA County Coordinated Entry System by SPA

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