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Elderberry Commons transition Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Elderberry Commons, formerly known as the Sebastopol Inn, is transitioning to a permanent supportive housing complex, which requires converting 28 individual shelter units plus two rooms used by staff. All 28 shelter units need to be vacated while rooms are converted to permanent supportive housing and they will reopen when construction is complete. Construction may take several months depending on supplies, permitting, unanticipated building issues, and labor availability. This conversion was anticipated and required by Project Homekey as a condition of the grant funding award.