If you are currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, you can find out if housing help is available by coming to one of our community service centers to speak with a Resource Advocate. All housing inquiries are handled on a walk-in basis.
Depending on the availability of resources and whether or not you are eligible for assistance, the following programs may be able to help:
- Housing Transitions: helping homeless individuals and families by providing rental assistance and one-on-one support for a few months while they get on their feet.
- Homeless Prevention: assisting those who are already renting an apartment but who are at risk of eviction.
- Housing Counseling: providing information and referral regarding rental housing options and rental assistance programs.
Because of the tremendous need for housing help and limited amount of available funding, these programs are often not able to take on new clients. We do not maintain a waiting list; however, we participate in the county-wide wait list for homeless individuals and families. We recommend that you periodically come to one of our community service centers for the most current information.