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October 28, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
HomeAid Orange County has been recognized as NonProfit of the Year for Emmanuel House, a Santa Ana shelter and supportive services for homeless single men and women with HIV/AIDS. It was chosen from among 17 projects by the Southern California Assn. of NonProfit Housing. The shelter provides 24 private rooms for patients and staff.
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October 28, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
HomeAid Orange County has been recognized as NonProfit of the Year for Emmanuel House, a Santa Ana shelter and supportive services for homeless single men and women with HIV/AIDS. It was chosen from among 17 projects by the Southern California Assn. of NonProfit Housing. The shelter provides 24 private rooms for patients and staff.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1999 | BONNIE HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They already run a Santa Ana shelter for homeless men and one for homeless mothers with children. Now they have their sights set on another segment of Orange County's homeless population, one they say has long been overlooked despite its growth: those living with HIV and AIDS.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2001 | THUY-DOAN LE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its airy design, sweeping architecture and sun-splashed atrium, the house on Santa Ana's Garfield Street could have been plucked out of Coto de Caza. After two years of construction, the $4.2-million, 24-bedroom house is the first residence in California built to shelter homeless people who have AIDS or are HIV-positive. While other facilities have been converted to hospices, never has a shelter been built exclusively for such tenants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (714) 966-7440
HomeAid Orange County will tour today the future site of the Emmanuel House, the first shelter in Southern California to be built specifically for homeless men and women with HIV and AIDS. HomeAid is a nonprofit organization that builds and renovates housing for the temporarily homeless. The 14,335-square-foot shelter on Garfield Avenue, currently under construction, will also provide managed health care, job training and placement for 21 men and women.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2001 | THUY-DOAN LE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its airy design, sweeping architecture and sun-splashed atrium, the house on Santa Ana's Garfield Street could have been plucked out of Coto de Caza. After two years of construction, the $4.2-million, 24-bedroom house is the first residence in California built to shelter homeless people who have AIDS or are HIV-positive. While other facilities have been converted to hospices, never has a shelter been built exclusively for such tenants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2001 | THUY-DOAN LE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its airy design, sweeping architecture and sun-splashed atrium, the house on Santa Ana's Garfield Street could have been plucked out of Coto de Caza. After two years of construction, the $4.2-million, 24-bedroom house is the first residence in California built to shelter homeless people who have AIDS or are HIV-positive. While other facilities have been converted to hospices, never has a shelter been built exclusively for such tenants.
NEWS
May 21, 1999
Move over, House of Blues. Mercy House--which helps Orange County's homeless--was making some cool music of its own at a recent fund-raiser aptly titled the Mercy House of Blues. Supporters of the group's services to the homeless were treated to riffs by Julie Ragins and Jimmy Felber, raffle tickets to New Orleans, and brochettes and quiches from Bistango Restaurant in Irvine, which served as a blues lounge for the event last week. "It was a big success," says executive director Larry Haynes.
NEWS
November 21, 1997 | ANN CONWAY
The scene: A crush of South Coast Metro-ites attended the grand opening Wednesday of Maggiano's Little Italy and the Corner Bakery at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa. Hundreds attended the fling at the '40s-style restaurant, where owners presented a check for $5,000 to Mercy House Transitional Living Centers of Santa Ana.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1997 | LISA ADDISON
An AIDS hospice and related charities will benefit from "Paint the Town," a fund-raiser today at the Diane Nelson Gallery, 435 Ocean Ave. The event, sponsored by Orange County's building industry, runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will feature an art sale, food and music. Proceeds benefit Mercy House Transitional Living Centers, which operates two residential programs and is overseeing construction of Emmanuel House, a residential care facility for people with AIDS and HIV.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2001 | THUY-DOAN LE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its airy design, sweeping architecture and sun-splashed atrium, the house on Santa Ana's Garfield Street could have been plucked out of Coto de Caza. After two years of construction, the $4.2-million, 24-bedroom house is the first residence in California built to shelter homeless people who have AIDS or are HIV-positive. While other facilities have been converted to hospices, never has a shelter been built exclusively for such tenants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1999 | BONNIE HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They already run a Santa Ana shelter for homeless men and one for homeless mothers with children. Now they have their sights set on another segment of Orange County's homeless population, one they say has long been overlooked despite its growth: those living with HIV and AIDS.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (714) 966-7440
HomeAid Orange County will tour today the future site of the Emmanuel House, the first shelter in Southern California to be built specifically for homeless men and women with HIV and AIDS. HomeAid is a nonprofit organization that builds and renovates housing for the temporarily homeless. The 14,335-square-foot shelter on Garfield Avenue, currently under construction, will also provide managed health care, job training and placement for 21 men and women.
NEWS
May 21, 1999
Move over, House of Blues. Mercy House--which helps Orange County's homeless--was making some cool music of its own at a recent fund-raiser aptly titled the Mercy House of Blues. Supporters of the group's services to the homeless were treated to riffs by Julie Ragins and Jimmy Felber, raffle tickets to New Orleans, and brochettes and quiches from Bistango Restaurant in Irvine, which served as a blues lounge for the event last week. "It was a big success," says executive director Larry Haynes.
NEWS
November 21, 1997 | ANN CONWAY
The scene: A crush of South Coast Metro-ites attended the grand opening Wednesday of Maggiano's Little Italy and the Corner Bakery at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa. Hundreds attended the fling at the '40s-style restaurant, where owners presented a check for $5,000 to Mercy House Transitional Living Centers of Santa Ana.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1999
Two groups deserve praise for combining their talents to build and operate the county's first shelter specifically for homeless people infected with HIV and AIDS. They show us how to foster neighborhood support for needed community services, however controversial those services might be. It has been 10 years since the county chapter of the Building Industry Assn. launched HomeAid Orange County to help the homeless.
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October 19, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
Karcher is a name known countywide. Carl Karcher created the successful Carl's Jr. hamburger chain. Also, Carl and Margaret Karcher are well known for giving to educational, social and religious causes. But in some circles, when you mention the name Karcher, people think of Father Jerome. Jerome T. Karcher, 45, is the pastor at St. Vincent de Paul church in Huntington Beach. But he's taken his work well beyond the walls of a Sunday service.
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