Prior to a new property’s design and construction, Jamboree engages with the surrounding neighborhood’s local partners, such as the city, schools, community organizations, and neighborhood residents. As a result, the entire community comes together to identify the unique needs of that neighborhood. The findings are then used to influence the development of the new property.
In 2015, Jamboree formed its first Community Collaborative at our Clark Commons property. See how the Clark Commons Community Collaborative has grown into an expansive network of 10+ partners and led to a $450,000 grant for onsite mental health services.
In 2016, Jamboree gathered partners with a shared vision to design a supportive community for formerly homeless veterans. In 2020, Heroes Landing opened as Orange County’s largest development exclusively for veterans. Take a look at how the Heroes Landing Community Collaborative brought together leading veterans service agencies onsite, leveraging resources for the greater community.
And, in a unique collaboration, Jamboree joined the existing Santee Collaborative, providing our Woodglen Vista residents with a broad array of community services.
Today, seven Jamboree Community Collaboratives are taking shape and evolving to transform neighborhoods in Anaheim, Buena Park, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Indio, Santa Ana, and Santee.
Whether you’re looking for creative solutions for land use, new sources of funding, or new development and service partners with fresh ideas, see how Community Collaboratives are already benefitting the livability of entire neighborhoods.
Their measureable impact is being demonstrated in the success of individual residents, community outcomes, amazing stories, and verified results: