Diamond Apartment Homes is an award-winning, pioneering multifamily development in Anaheim, CA that provides both permanent housing and mental health supportive services for previously homeless individuals and families. All residents are previously classified as homeless and diagnosed with chronic mental illness. For these residents, permanent housing is critical. Living at Diamond provides stability and ongoing mental health services so they can live independently and thrive in Orange County.
Diamond also takes a unique approach that allows families to reunite and remain together in Anaheim. The one and two-bedroom apartments promote a focus on families to promote long-term occupancy. Integral to the success of Diamond Is the inclusion of fully funded, ongoing supportive services provided by Jamboree’s Community Impact Group, along with clinical case management services provided by Telecare Corporation, Orange County Health Care Agency's full-service provider.
Diamond’s craftsman-inspired design is in keeping with the character of the local historical style in Anaheim. A spacious resident services center features case management offices, a computer lab, and a teaching/demonstration kitchen specifically designed for the residents at Diamond. The outdoor recreation area has a tot lot and barbecue/picnic area. Within one mile of the recently renovated Anaheim Packing District and Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market, Diamond is walking distance to shopping, medical services, employment opportunities, transportation and Anaheim schools.
Jamboree worked closely with the City of Anaheim, the County of Orange, investors and other partners to make this innovative community a reality and to provide much needed housing and services to those courageously living with a mental health diagnosis. Jamboree and partners remain committed to keeping Diamond well maintained, affordable and providing high quality services for the long-term.
See how residents at Diamond are thriving and reflect a growing number of people in Orange County to benefit from a shift in funding and philosophy on how to best serve the chronically homeless.