Empowering Residents to Improve Their Lives
With an annual investment of $6.3 million, an in-house staff of over 65, and nearly 200 service provider partners, MidPen Resident Services Corporation delivers onsite programs, education and support to help our residents improve their lives.
Dynamic Programs that Work
We measure every program by its impact. We provide four distinct programs specifically designed to meet the unique needs of our youth, our seniors, our working-age adults, and our residents with special needs.
- The After School Program channels significant resources and expertise to meet the challenges that our young residents may face to stay in school and perform at grade-level. The four main tenets of the After School Program include homework assistance, healthy snacks for participants, literacy development, and academic enrichment. Check out this video to see our youth in action.
- The Senior Services Program helps seniors better access healthcare, greatly reduce their risk of falls and injuries, and increase their quality of life. We partner with nursing schools, medical groups, and healthcare organizations for select onsite services, such as health screenings and balance therapy.
- The Family Services Program supports working-age adults build resources, better manage their assets, and build a brighter future for themselves and their families.
- The Special Needs Housing Program is for residents who face unique challenges because of mental illness, substance use, or other factors that could result in homelessness.
Through MidPen Resident Services, thousands of residents perform better in school, learn how to use computers, improve English-language fluency, successfully age in place, receive onsite health screenings, and become more active. They also give back to their communities. Services include:
- Homework assistance, literacy development, and academic enrichment
- Computer training
- Vocational and career development
- Fitness and health education programs
- Referrals to social services, benefits and resources
- Volunteer opportunities and training
A Strong Network of Partners and Volunteers
We deliver these programs and services onsite in partnership with an extensive network of award-winning organizations like Second Harvest Food Bank, Parca, Wells Fargo Community Development, San Francisco State and Samuel Merritt Schools of Nursing, Abode Services and hundreds of others. We also refer our residents to outside organizations that may meet their needs. View a list of some of our service providers.
We leverage close to 6,000 volunteer hours annually, provided by both our residents and external community members. Learn more or volunteer.