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6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd Ste 300
Pleasanton, CA 94588-3298
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd Ste 300 Pleasanton, CA 94588-3298
Humangood Norcal is a top-tier company in the continuing care retirement communites (CCRC) market. Based in Pleasanton, California, they provide comprehensive services to senior citizens who are looking for long-term living options. With over 500 employees, Humangood Norcal offers a variety of amenities and activities to their residents. The campus features skilled nursing and memory care abilities as well as housing for independent living and assisted living which provides seniors with the highest quality of care available today. They offer a multitude of different services that range from housekeeping, laundry service, transportation assistance to entertainment options like concerts and lectures within their community center. A team of professional staff also assists with medications management, physical therapy evaluations & treatments as well as wellness programs designed specifically for seniors’ needs such as balance training or fitness classes tailored towards older adults. Humangood Norcal strives to ensure complete peace of mind when it comes to retirement living by providing an array of additional resources such as legal advisors or financial planners available on site so residents can rest easy knowing all their needs will be taken care off at one place and get access to multi disciplinary help when it's needed most without leaving the comfortability & familiarity of their home environment .
During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Humangood Norcal requested a PPP loan for $10,000,000.00. They were approved on 4/24/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $10,000,000.00. The loan was facillitated by Washington Federal Bank, National Association. Of the approved amount, Humangood Norcal has received 100% of the approved amount.
A Park Forest businessman was sentenced to four years in federal prison for committing COVID-19 relief fraud while on home confinement for other financial crimes.
This story was published in the Chicago Tribune on January 21, 2021.
Horne's company received more than $100,000 from a PPP loan meant to help small businesses facing hardship during the pandemic.