Address:2160 41st AveCapitola, CA 95010Map & Directions
Services: Electronic Information Resources for Housing Issues, First Time Buyer Home Loans, General Minor Home Repair Programs, Housing Authorities, Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Rental Deposit Assistance, Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8-5
Eligibility: Section 8 voucher - Individual or family, low income (80% median income for Santa Cruz County);
Address:542 Ocean St # KSanta Cruz, CA 95060Map & Directions
Services: Clothing for Foster Children, General Counseling Services for Foster Children, Life Skills Education, Moving Expense Assistance for Former Foster Children, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance for Foster Children, Rent Payment Assistance for Former Foster Children, Rental Deposit Assistance for Former Foster Children, Soup Kitchens for Foster Children, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Former Foster Children, Tutoring Services for Foster Children, Utility Service Payment Assistance for Former Foster Children
Hours: Monday-Friday, 11-6
Eligibility: Foster youth(age 15-24) must have been in foster care or probation placement on or after their 16th birthday and must be verified through Child Welfare Services or Juvenile Probation
Address:721 Laurel StSanta Cruz, CA 95060Map & Directions
Services: Clothing Vouchers, Day Camps, Ongoing Emergency Food Assistance, Specialized Information and Referral, Tutoring Services, Utility Service Payment Assistance
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9-11:30, 1-4;
Address:1146 Soquel Ave #4103Santa Cruz, CA 95062Map & Directions
Services: Donation Drop Off Points, Furniture, General Clothing Provision, Household Goods, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance, Prescription Expense Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance
Eligibility: Resident of area served
Address:725 Front St #401Santa Cruz, CA 95060Map & Directions
Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, AIDS/HIV/STD Prevention Kits, Benefits Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Case/Care Management for AIDS/HIV, HIV Testing, Mortgage Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Ongoing Emergency Food Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Printed Materials for AIDS/HIV, Rent Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Safer Sex Education, Transitional Housing/Shelter for AIDS/HIV, Utility Service Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Wellness Programs for AIDS/HIV
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5
Eligibility: Individual (any age), with AIDS or HIV positive for most services
Address:501 Soquel Ave eSanta Cruz, CA 95062Map & Directions
Services: Rent Payment Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance for At Risk for Homelessness and Homeless Families, Transitional Housing/Shelter for At Risk for Homelessness and Homeless Families, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Homeless Families
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8-5
Eligibility: Varies according to service
Services: Provides information about rental assistance and referrals to agencies that provide rental assistance in the San Jose area and surrounding communities.
Area Served: San Jose and surrounding communities
Address:721 Main StWatsonville, CA 95076Map & Directions
Services: Provides Rent And Utility Assistance, And Transportation. Home Visits Are Done To Determine Need.
Eligibility: Resident Of Area
Documents To Bring: No information provided by Agency.
Address:680 W Beach StWatsonville, CA 95076Map & Directions
Services: Serves children with cancer and their families in Santa Cruz, San Benito and Monterey Counties. Offers information and referrals to other resources. Provides individual children, family and marital counseling. Also offers bereavement support groups, as well as Art for Healing sessions. Provides visit to families in-home and hospital.Offers financial aid to families of children with cancer throughout the long treatment process with pre-paid gas, rent, utility bill, grocery, emergency food, and phone cards. Provides families with financial help toward memorial expenses in case of child's death.
Eligibility: Family with a child (age 19 or under) diagnosed with cancer
Address:217 E Lake AveWatsonville, CA 95076Map & Directions
Services: Assists Families With Readjustment Onto The Path Of Financial Stability And Self-sufficiency By Providing Direct Assistance. Programs Include:-hope In Home Which Provides One-time Rent And Utility Assistance Including Gas, Electric And Water (this Is Now A Seasonal Program That Runs From November Through February- Funding Dependent On Availability.)- Calfresh (food Stamps) Application Assistance- Nutrition Education Offers Nutrition Educational Classes Tailored To Low-income And Calfresh Eligible Families And Individuals.
Eligibility: Varies According To Service.
Documents To Bring: Call for details