The Clark Court facility was constructed using State of California bond funding known as the Rental Housing Construction Program. The twelve, two bedrooms units are designed to function as a half-way house for mentally ill tenants preparing to move into an open market situation. The units are completely furnished, and single individuals are paired with a roommate to share each unit.
The site also has its own laundry room and community room where tenants can meet with counselors and other tenants. A single family home in front of the project site serves as a mental heath facility with staffing to provide support services to the tenants.
Eligibility is for the very-low income, and tenants are selected by the Tulare County Health and Human Services department. Income eligibility is established through the Housing Authority.