Through new funding provided by the California Office of Emergency Services and in partnership with Community HousingWorks, Encinitas-based Community Resource Center (CRC) is expanding its housing services to include additional Transitional Housing apartments for victims of domestic violence and their families. “Through the years, we’ve seen CRC transform countless lives from a state of crisis to stability,” said Community HousingWorks President and CEO Sue Reynolds. “We are proud to partner on this initiative to provide safe homes and a healthy, supportive community that will help these families form new beginnings full of hope and opportunity.”

CRC is North County San Diego’s leading provider of comprehensive social services, including assistance in the areas of domestic violence shelter and recovery, food programs, and homelessness prevention. Community HousingWorks is a nonprofit organization that has been providing safe, affordable, and quality homes for nearly 30 years. To learn more about CRC visit www.crcncc.org. For more information about Community HousingWorks go to www.chworks.org.