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About Jessica DeHonor

Jessica is the Public Relations and Marketing VISTA at NPHS. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from California State University, Dominguez Hills.

A Thank You Letter From One of Our Veterans

As our country unites this month to recognize our veterans, we are reminded of our mission to empower families and build neighborhoods to capture opportunities that lead to economic security. NPHS strives to provide our programs and services for military families, veterans and those who serve for our country. We would like to share

Villa Del Sol

Villa Del Sol Development Part 1: Predevelopment and Modular Placement NPHS and City of Chino Partner to Develop New Homeownership Opportunities and Revitalize Neighborhood NPHS had completed the first phase of the Villa Del Sol development in the city of Chino that is creating three new homes as part a revitalization and infill development

NPHS Helps Struggling Family Facing Foreclosure Find Hope

Foreclosure - the word alone brings up feelings of fear, loss and hopelessness. What do you do when faced with the real possibility of losing your home? Add a pregnancy to the mix and you would understand the situation that Jonna and John Raddock from Moreno Valley, CA found themselves in. The Raddock Family

NPHS Attracts $650,000 in COIN CDFI Investment to the Inland Empire

Thanks to financial partners such as California United Bank and Pacific Western Bank, NPHS has been able to attract $650,000 in COIN CDFI investments to support affordable housing, community lending, and economic development activities in the Inland Empire. NPHS would like to recognize and thank Pacific Western Bank for their recent COIN investment to

25 Years of Making Neighborhoods Matter

A Message from our President and CEO An impactful twenty-five years have passed since NPHS was established as a result of a partnership between residents, the City of Montclair and NeighborWorks America. As we reflect on our twenty-fifth year of service, we will challenge and stretch ourselves more than

Transforming Neighborhoods One Home at a Time

It’s summertime and homeowners across the Inland Empire are planning to tackle home repair projects at their home. However, too often the last thing that homeowners focus on is how to affordably pay for work that goes beyond a can of paint or a few swings of a hammer. Since repairing costs can run

NPHS Helps Create Second Chance for Homeowner After Foreclosure

What does one do after losing their home foreclosure? Do they give up their dream of home ownership, or do second chances really exist? Carol Smith, from Sun City, California found out the answer to these very questions. Six years ago, Carol owned her own home in the Lake Elsinore area, but suffered through

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NPHS Partners with City of Chino for NeighborWorks Week

Mr. and Mrs. Maximiliano Valdez have lived in their home in Chino, California since 2002. The Valdez’s immigrated from Bolivia before becoming proud American homeowners. Through the years, the couple kept their home well-maintained, making sure to provide necessary repairs and upkeep. However, as the Valdez’s grew older and reached retirement, money became tighter