Affordable Housing Brings Families Together

In 2002 Denise Brisco’s goal was to eventually move to San Diego after having lived in the Central San Joaquin Valley all her life. She had raised two children as a single parent since they were ages five and seven. Her son, who graduated from UCSD, decided that he would make his home in San Diego once he completed law school. Her daughter was already living in Los Angeles. Denise had a government job in a small town with a population of approximately 40,000. She was preparing to apply for a position for the State of California and continue working in the same area then eventually transfer to San Diego. However, she started to experience some concerning health issues which made her plan to

Community Gardens

On March 17, 2017, the residents of Imperial Gardens Apartments welcomed a newly built community garden plot located on the northeast section of the apartment complex. This project had been in mind for a few months, and with the efforts of both staff and residents, Pacific Southwest CDC was able to receive donations from Home Depot, as well as discounts on all garden materials. During the span of a week, residents volunteered their time and energy in preparing the space and material for the construction of a 4-foot by 4-foot elevated garden plot. Various vegetable plants were added to the soil, along with drip irrigation to keep them hydrated during our harsh summer months. Imperial Gardens

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