Address:3120 Shattuck AveBerkeley, CA 94705Map & Directions
Services: Develops Permanently Affordable Rental And Ownership Housing Within The Community Land Trust (clt) Model. Also Offers Education And Assistance To Residents Interested In Forming Cooperatives.
Hours: Business Hours
Eligibility: Must Have Income Under 80% Of Median (currently $56,300 For Alameda County And $60,300 In San Francisco County For Single Person) To Occupy Nclt Residences.
Documents To Bring: Apply by phone, mail, fax or email.
Address:1936 University Ave #150Berkeley, CA 94704Map & Directions
Services: Administers Approximately 2,100 Subsidized Rental-housing Units Through The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program And The Moderate Rehabilitation Sro Program. Mission Is To Enable Low-income Individuals And Families, Elderly (age 62 Or Over) And Disabled Clients To Become Self-sufficient And Economically Independent Through Delivery Of Housing Assistance And Other Related Services (education, Training Or Job Development Activities).
Hours: By Arrangement; Business Hours
Address:308 Carmel AveEl Cerrito, CA 94530Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food pantry for El Cerrito residents and needs based services which may include; utility and financial assistance, and vouchers for clothing that can be used in lieu of cash at St. Vincent de Paul thrift stores for discounted clothing and furniture.
Hours: Food Pantry: Wed, 10:30-11:30am; serve's once every 2 weeks; Financial assistance: 24 hour voicemail
Address:5500 Claremont AveOakland, CA 94618Map & Directions
Services: Operates Multiple Community-based Centers Spanning The Entire City. Offers Free And Low-cost Programs For The Public Of All Ages And Backgrounds In Recreation, Sports, Arts And Culture, Computers, General Learning, Outdoor Education, Summer Day Camps, After-school Activities And More. Offers Seven Rental Facilities That Can Accommodate Needs For Special Occasions. For Questions About Specific Programs Or Activities, Please Contact The Recreation Center, Site Or Program Where The Activity Is Taking Place. For A List And Contact Information, Visit Website Or Call Main Number. For Assistance With Online Registration, Call 510-238-7557, Monday-friday, 9-4 Or Email Parksandrec@oaklandnet.com.
Eligibility: Open To All.
Documents To Bring: Walk in, apply by mail or online.
Address:433 Jefferson StOakland, CA 94607Map & Directions
Services: Provides Eviction Prevention Services For Individuals Or Families Experiencing A Housing Crisis. Program Includes Security Deposit Assistance And Eviction Prevention Assistance (back Rent). Clients Must Have A Rental Agreement Or Eviction Notice Before Applying For Back Rent. They Must Have A Lease Agreement And/or A Passed Inspection For Move-in Funds.please Call 510-768-3100 To Get The Most Updated Information On their Services. Eligibility: Must Be A Senior (55+), Or Have A Disability, Or Have Minor Children (18 And Under). they Are Currently Serving Oakland Residents Only. Must Call For Pre-screening. No Walk-ins.
Eligibility: Rental Assistance: Must Be A Senior, Or Disabled, Or Have Minor Children, With A Rental Agreement Or Eviction Notice Before Applying.
Documents To Bring: Must call for prescreening. No walk-ins.
Address:2000 EmbarcaderoOakland, CA 94606Map & Directions
Services: Provides Project Management And No-cost Grants And 0% Interest, Deferred Payment Loans For Owner Occupied And Rental Properties With Low Income Occupants For: A Lead Paint Inspection And Risk Assessment Of Your Property; A Healthy Homes Inspection; Health Education For Families With Young Children To Learn How To Prevent Lead Poisoning; A Work Plan To Reduce Lead Hazards Prepared By A State Certified Professional; Some Supplemental Funds For Other Safety And Healthy Housing Issues May Also Be Available; Assistance With Selecting Qualified Contractors Trained In Lead-safe Work Practices And Project Monitoring And Clearance Testing To Assure Your Property Is Lead-safe.
Hours: Monday-friday, 8:30-5
Eligibility: Properties Must Be Pre-1978 Residential Property In Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland Or The Unincorporated Communities Of Ashland, Cherryland Or San Lorenzo. Units Must Be Family Housing With At Least One Bedroom. Property Must Be Home To A Child Under Six Years Old Or A Pregnant Woman, Or Be Regularly Visited By A Child Under Six At Least 2 Visits Per Week Of At Least 3 Hours Each And Units Must Have Low-income Occupants.
Documents To Bring: On-line Pre-application available at http://www.achhd.org/programs/leadfunding.htm or call 510-567-8280.
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:377 12th StOakland, CA 94607Map & Directions
Services: Provides a program to pay part of the cost of water service to qualified low-income residential customers in the EBMUD service area (see service area for cities served). Call or see website for qualifications Applications can be obtained by calling the Salvation Army Oakland Office at 510-645-9710, extension 201or calling EBMUD at 866-403-2683. The application should be returned in the return envelope included with the application. The Salvation Army processes the applications.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8-4:30
Address:3580 San Pablo Dam RdEl Sobrante, CA 94803Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food pantry for El Sobrante residents and needs based services which may include; utility and financial assistance, and vouchers for clothing that can be used in lieu of cash at St. Vincent de Paul thrift stores for discounted clothing and furniture.
Hours: Food Pantry: Tues & Thur, 10-11am; Financial assistance: 24 hour voicemail
Address:4600 Appian WayEl Sobrante, CA 94803Map & Directions
Services: Offers social support services for low-income children, youth, adults, seniors. Programs include emergency food to individuals with verifiable need (in cooperation with other service providers), day camp and away camp for youth age 6-18 during the summer, after-school tutoring, back-to-school clothing program and emergency response services. Administers the REACH (Relief for Energy Assistance through Community Help) program in collaboration with PG&E REACH can provide assistance with energy bills every 18 months in the case of provable emergency; see REACH program description.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-4; Food Pantry: By appointment only: call Monday-Thursday; 9:30-11:30; Food is given Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10-10:45