Nonprofit acquires new properties in Livermore for adults with disabilities to live independently
by Jeremy Walsh / Pleasanton Weekly
Purchasing one house represents a major milestone for any organization focused on offering affordable, independent-living opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.
Tri-Valley REACH was able to buy two.
The local nonprofit, which maintains a handful of homes in Pleasanton and Livermore where more than 30 adults with special needs reside independently, increased its inventory for the first time in over a decade earlier this year by acquiring two townhouses in the Station Square development in Livermore — properties the city had owned for affordable housing, but were ready to sell.