St. Paul's PACE Talmadge Gateway

Talmadge Gateway

4422 Euclid Ave, San Diego, CA 92115
Tel: (619) 677-3800

Free PACE Evaluation

Qualifications (Check all that apply):
Are you over 55 years of age?
Do you live in San Diego County?
Do you have a chronic medical condition?

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Talmadge Gateway

4422 Euclid Ave, San Diego, CA 92115
Tel: (619) 677-3800

TOUR HOURS:
Monday – Friday: 7:30am to 6pm

Supportive Housing Community

PACE programs do not provide or pay for housing. However, upon occasion, St. Paul’s PACE has worked with local San Diego developers and the San Diego Housing Commission to provide low-income, supportive housing to specific groups of seniors who qualify for St. Paul’s PACE. These housing developments are usually limited to those who have been or are homeless. St. Paul’s PACE works directly with transitional housing organizations to identify and qualify seniors for these housing opportunities. Please contact our Supportive Housing Manager, at 1-619-677-3800 to learn more about when St. Paul’s will have a housing project available.

Fifty-nine seniors are no longer homeless thanks to the partnership between St. Paul’s Senior Services, Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation, and the City Heights Community Development Corporation. In the summer of 2017, our collaborate efforts culminated with the grand opening of Talmadge Gateway. It was the first 100 percent permanent supportive housing community in San Diego, a $20.7 million complex exclusively for formerly homeless seniors with medical needs that require ongoing support. St. Paul’s PACE provides the comprehensive medical services that help the residents thrive.

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Ricky Lopez was the first resident to move into the new complex. “When I first moved in, I cried for several days, and now I can’t stop smiling. I wake up every day thinking, this is mine,” he rejoiced.

Local philanthropists attended the grand opening event on July 27, 2017. Several of the residents welcomed attendees into their homes to see first-hand the difference that the supportive housing project is making in their lives.

“We believe that seniors in our community have no business living on the street,” Carol Hubbard, Executive Director of Home and Community Based Services for St. Paul’s Senior Services said to the event attendees. “Did you know that close to 30 percent of the homeless living on the street in San Diego are seniors? We’re making an impact, but we have a lot more work to do.”

St. Paul’s PACE continues to find ways to assist medically frail, low-income seniors. Talmadge Gateway is the third housing complex of its kind that St. Paul’s Senior Services has helped to create.

Supportive Housing Community

St. Paul’s has partnered with several organizations to provide permanent housing to our participants in need of housing. As of March 2018, we have opened three permanent housing communities:

Parker Kier on Front Street provides eleven apartments with stunning views of the San Diego Harbor. Parker Kier was possible due to the support of Bridge Housing and the San Diego Housing Commission.
Celadon opened in 2016 with 59 apartments. Located on 9th and Broadway, BRIDGE housing supported St. Paul’s PACE to develop this community.
Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation, and the City Heights Community Development Corporation worked with us to establish Talmadge Gateway, a XX permanent housing community which opened in the summer of 2017. This unique community houses 53 seniors who had previously been homeless.

St. Paul’s is currently working with several San Diego organizations to bring more supportive housing communities to our PACE participants in need.

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Ricky Lopez was the first resident to move into the new complex. “When I first moved in, I cried for several days, and now I can’t stop smiling. I wake up every day thinking, this is mine,” he rejoiced.

Local philanthropists attended the grand opening event on July 27, 2017. Several of the residents welcomed attendees into their homes to see first-hand the difference that the supportive housing project is making in their lives.

“We believe that seniors in our community have no business living on the street,” Carol Hubbard, Executive Director of Home and Community Based Services for St. Paul’s Senior Services said to the event attendees. “Did you know that close to 30 percent of the homeless living on the street in San Diego are seniors? We’re making an impact, but we have a lot more work to do.”

St. Paul’s PACE continues to find ways to assist medically frail, low-income seniors. Talmadge Gateway is the third housing complex of its kind that St. Paul’s Senior Services has helped to create.

Housing & Medical Services For Homeless Seniors

St. Paul’s PACE and Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation may be able to help. Working together, we have created an all-inclusive housing and medical program specifically for homeless seniors. To qualify, you must be:

55 years of age or older

Homeless or exiting an institution where they were homeless prior to entry

Have medical needs that require daily medical support

Other criteria may apply

Preference for individuals living in the City of San Diego

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If approved, they will receive:

Low income housing, which includes:

Project based section 8 subsidy

Range, oven, microwave, refrigerator

Physical, occupational and behavioral therapy

Furnished interiors

Medical care, which includes (as needed):

Doctors and medical specialists

Home care

Transportation to medical appointments

Private bathroom

Seniors will need Medi-Cal with no share of cost to receive medical care at no cost.

If you are currently homeless but do not believe you qualify, click here for additional resources or call 2-1-1 for a list of open emergency shelters.

Know Someone Who May Qualify?

Approved individuals will receive housing and medical support at a property.

Please call the St. Paul’s PACE enrollments department at (619) 677-3800 or email PACEenrollments@stpaulspace.org