As time passes and the effects of the pandemic continue moving into our rear-view mirror, we reflect on the experiences we shared and hold such gratitude for our community’s resiliency and support. So much transpired over the last few years and so many people pulled together.
Certain things fell into place that made a difference for residents over the past few years. Mosser added community ambassadors who advocated for residents in need and partnered with community organizations to lend support to those in need. Organizations like Catholic Charities, The Tenderloin Housing Clinic and others stepped in to provide support to roughly one-third of Mosser residents. These third-party community organizations volunteered to help residents qualify for the rental relief funds they needed. Today, with a small exception, Mosser residents are thriving, and we all are moving beyond any lingering repercussions due to a collective effort.
Our home lives and the comfort and safety of our homes have taken on even more importance. As the lines remain blurred between our homes and workspaces, Mosser has continued to provide environmentally friendly upgrades, updating apartments with eco-friendly fixtures, energy-efficient appliances, LED lighting, and solar (for some) to reduce energy usage and costs. New waste reduction practices have resulted in hundreds of thousands of gallons of recycling and composting being diverted from landfill. We boosted neighborhood security with help from organizations like Urban Alchemy and off-duty officers—and improved building security features like mailboxes and front entry doors. Improvements in housing quality continue to take precedence.
While most in the community are back to a near-normal flow, if you or another Mosser resident could use support– just ask. We want to help. The same is true for maintenance needs. Please use the Resident Portal or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a request. We are pleased to reflect on our progress and keep moving forward with positivity.