Balsam Place Apartments
In 2004, Home Alliance Inc. was awarded funding from the SC Dept of Mental Health, City of Myrtle Beach and SC Housing totaling $823,000 for the purchase and renovation of the former Pam's Corner Motel in downtown Myrtle Beach. The project was completed in February of 2007 and contains 25 units of permanent supportive housing for homeless and disabled males. HUD awarded Home Alliance, Inc. an initial SHP grant for $300,000 in homeless supportive services funding for a 3 year period. The SHP grant was renewed every year from 2007 until 2016 for $68,600 per year.
Anne Futrell Building
Home Alliance, Inc in partnership with the City of Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach Housing Authority built a new 11 unit apartment building at a total cost of $1,755,000 to serve low-income homeless. This project was funded with federal funds from HUD's NSP, HOME, and CDBG programs with additional funding from Home Alliance, Inc. Chancel Builders, Inc. of Conway, SC was the General Contractor. The project was completed in December 2012.
Grey Street Homes
Home Alliance, Inc and the City of Myrtle Beach agreed to develop and operate Grey Street Subdivision and Homes Project. The City purchased the land and built a street with utilities and four new lots. Home Alliance, Inc. obtained funding from S.C. Housing, Waccamaw HOME Consortium and Home Depot to construct four single family 3 and 4 bedroom homes. These homes were built for and rented to homeless disabled military veterans and their families.
Warren Street House
In 2010, Home Alliance, Inc was awarded $187,000 by SC State Housing's NSP grant program to purchase and rehab a 3 unit dwelling. The project was completed in December of 2010 and is operated as an annex to the Balsam Place Apartment project. HUD awarded the project an $80,000 SHP grant. The SHP grant has been renewed every year since 2012 for $40,000. HUD combined all HAI grants for supportive housing activities into one consolidated CoC (continuum of care) grant in 2013.