River City Residence Club
1816 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
River City Residence Club
Co-sponsor: TLCS, Inc.
This is a cooperative living community for the individual mental health consumers located in downtown Sacramento. Individuals live cooperatively to help reduce the stress and expenses of living independently.
Residents are involved in menu planning and cooking, chores, problem-solving and decision making regarding issues of interest for all residents. Residents have the opportunity to work on personal goals with the program Advisor. Staff is available 40 hrs. a week.
River City Residence Club was organized under the US Department of Housing and Urban Development Section 202/8 Program. As such, it is an equal opportunity housing facility, designed to provide low-cost housing under a federally sponsored program. Residency is open to all qualified persons according to the Fair Housing Act without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin.
River City Residence Club is a smoke-free community.
Building Amenities Include:
- Community Room
- Community Kitchen & Pantry
- Fenced Grounds
- 15 Residential Bedrooms
- 5 Shared Bathrooms and 1 Toilet Room
- Sitting Room
- Laundry Room
- Tile & Plank Flooring
- On-Site Management Staff
- Service Coordinator on Site
We appreciate your kind assistance and involvement with persons who would like to enjoy the quality and standard of living provided at River City Residence Club. Inquiries are welcome at (916) 442-0899.
What type of housing is River City Residency Club (RCRC)? Is it low-income housing?
RCRC is a HUD 202 subsidized housing community for those with psychiatric disabilities. The term “subsidized housing” means HUD provides rental Subsidies to the project owner in an amount equal to the difference between the Rent (the “Contract Rent”) for a particular assisted unit and the HUD required rental contribution for eligible tenants (tenant’s portion of rent is based on 30% of the annual adjusted income).
Who pays the remainder of rent?
The remainder of the rent is paid in the form of a subsidy. If a resident qualifies for a subsidy, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), a U.S. government agency, will pay the remainder of the rent.
How is rent calculated?
Resident rent is based on approximately 30% of income. A good estimate of your rent would be to take 30% of your gross annual income and divide it by 12 months. This will give you an estimate of what your monthly rent could be.
What does the rent include?
Monthly rental of the apartment and all utilities
Is there a lease?
Yes, it is a one year lease.
How many apartments are there?
There are 15 single occupancy rooms.
How do I get started with the move-in process?
Simply fill out an application completely, sign it and mail it to the address on the back of the application.
Is there a waiting list for residency?
Yes, currently RCRC has a waiting list. Please call for the approximate waiting time.
What is the Security Deposit?
The Security Deposit is the same as one month’s full rent (before the electric allowance) with a minimum of $50. This deposit is due in full at the signing of the lease.
Do you allow pets?
Is there additional storage space available?
There is no additional storage available.
Is there an elevator?
Is parking available?
Yes, RCRC offers its residents the use of four parking spaces in the back of the residence and front street parking is available.
What is the cost for parking?
There is no cost for parking.
How many keys do I receive?
Residents receive an apartment key, a key to a locked mailbox for their apartment and an access key to the main entry.
Are there any planned activities?
RCRC prints a monthly calendar showing the dates and times of various activities. There is also a puzzle and game room that can be used daily.
Are there on-site laundry facilities?
There are two washers and dryers with folding and hanging areas and a sink for the convenience of our residents. This area is located on the ground floor.
Is there any public transportation available?
Yes, currently the city of Sacramento has a transit service called the Regional Transit. This service takes residents along a route throughout the city to the grocery store, department’s stores, local restaurants, and other locations.