Address:2100 N Broadway ste 300Santa Ana, CA 92706Map & Directions
Services: Offers Financial And Supportive Services To Veterans Who Are Without Housing, Or living In Or Transitioning To Permanent Housing And Their accompanying family Members. People at Risk Of Homelessness May Receive Financial Assistance To Prevent Homelessness, And People Without Housing May Receive Rapid Re-housing Financial Assistance Such As rental Deposit, Short-term Rent Assistance, Case Management, Financial Planning, Information And Referral and Assistance Obtaining Veteran Benefits And Donated Bicycles When Available.
Hours: 8:00 Am-4:30 Pm Monday-friday
Eligibility: - Veteran Must Have At Least One Dd214 That Is Neither Dishonorable Nor Issued Under A General Court Martial- Must Be Homeless, Living In Temporary Housing Or At Risk Of Homelessness- All Ages
Documents To Bring: Appointment required
Address:1601 W 2nd StSanta Ana, CA 92703Map & Directions
Services: Provides electric utility payment assistance to those in need when funds are available.
Hours: 10:00 am-12:00 pm Tuesday and Thursday
Eligibility: Serves: , Felons, Pregnant, Single Men, Single Women, Single Men With Children, Single Women With Children, Couples With Children, Couples With No Children
Documents To Bring: Proof of Residence/RentalProof of IncomeOther
Address:1770 N BroadwaySanta Ana, CA 92706Map & Directions
Services: Provides a semi-annually updated list of affordable rental housing throughout Orange County The Number of Affordable Units and Total Number of Units does not reflect available units but rather how many units are designated as affordable and in the complex.
Hours: 7:30am-5:30pm Monday-Thursday
8:00 am-5:00pm Friday
Eligibility: Serves: , Felons, Pregnant, Single Men, Single Women, Single Men With Children, Single Women With Children, Couples With Children, Couples With No Children, Minor Children
Documents To Bring: None Required
Address:1411 N BroadwaySanta Ana, CA 92706Map & Directions
Services: Provides rent payment and security deposit assistance.
Hours: 9:00 am-9:00 pm Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Serves: , Single Women, Single Women With ChildrenOther
Documents To Bring: Varies on a case-by-case basisProof of Residence/Rental
Address:1515 W North StAnaheim, CA 92801Map & Directions
Services: Provides Financial Assistance To Low-income Individuals And Families Based On Funding Available At Each Office Location. The Following Assistance May Be Provided:clothing Voucher partial Rent Payment Assistance (note: Location's Monthly Amount Often Used Before Month's End)partial Utility Bill Assistance prescription Payment Assistance 1 Day Bus Passes For Appointments (does not Offer Gas Money Assistance)household Itemscalifornia Idsresource And Referral*rental And Utility Assistance Is Provided Once Per Lifetime.*
Hours: Program Hours:9:00 Am-12:00 Pm; 1:00 Pm-2:30 Pm Monday-thursday 9:00 Am-12:00 Pm Friday *financial Assistance Not Available Outside Of These Hours
Eligibility: - Single Adults: 18 Years And Older- Parents/guardians: All Ages- For Utility Bill Payment Assistance The Bill Must Be Past-due Or Disconnected Notice Required - Must Meet Income Guidelines- Rental And Utility Assistance Is Once Per Lifetime
Documents To Bring: Phone line not staffed, leave voicemailWalk-in
Address:1000 S State College BlvdAnaheim, CA 92806Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Bag Of Food That Does Not Require cooking to Individuals Who Are Homeless.
Hours: 11:00 Am-1:00 Pm Tuesday & Thursday
Eligibility: - All Ages- Serves People Who Are Without Housing - Can Receive Groceries Twice Per Month
Documents To Bring: Walk-In
Address:250 E Center StAnaheim, CA 92805Map & Directions
Services: Provides electric bill payment assistance.
Hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Serves: , Felons, Pregnant, Single Men, Single Women, Single Men With Children, Single Women With Children, Couples With Children, Couples With No ChildrenOther
Documents To Bring: Picture ID
Address:11870 Monarch StGarden Grove, CA 92841Map & Directions
Services: Provides a discounted gas and electric service Must qualify for HEAP first and then will be qualified for CARE.
Documents To Bring: Picture IDSocial Security Card or NumberProof of IncomeOther
Address:7077 Orangewood Ave #200Garden Grove, CA 92841Map & Directions
Services: Offers financial Assistance To Veterans And Their Families Who Are Homeless Or Who Are At Risk Of Homelessness. Assistance May Include:rental Deposit Assistanceshort-term Rental Assistancecase Managementfinancial Planningassistance In Obtaining Veteran Benefits
Hours: 8:00 Am-5:00 Pm Monday-friday
Eligibility: - Veteran Must Not Have Dishonorable Discharge- Must Be Homeless, Or At Risk Of Homelessness.- Very Low Income - 50% Or Less Than The Area Median Income
Documents To Bring: Appointments required
Address:2244 Walnut Grove AveRosemead, CA 91770Map & Directions
Services: The programs provide utility assistance to low-income customers who meet eligibility requirements in the Southern California Edison service area. Services include discounted utility services, energy conservation improvements, street lighting maintenance in County Unicorporated areas, and utility disconnection notices for older adults.
Discount Utility Programs include the California Alternative Rates for Energy (CARE), the Family Electric Rate Assistance (FERA), Energy Assistance Fund (EAF), and the Medical Baseline Program. Southern California Edison also provides a Friendly Reminder notification program.
CARE is a utility bill discount program that provides a 20% or more discount off the electricity bill of Southern California Edison customers who meet the income guidelines. CARE is an ongoing program, but customers must re-certify via a mail-in application every two years. The program is also available for non-profit facilities such as homeless shelters, hospices and residential treatment facilities.
FERA is a utility bill discount program that provides a discounted rate on the monthly bill to income qualified customers that exceed their baseline usage by 30% to 100%. To qualify, there must be a minimum of three or more permanent residents in the household and the total household income must meet the program guidelines.
EAF/Rate Relief is a program that helps SCE income-qualified residential customers pay their electrical bills. Customers are eligible for this assistance one time in a 12-month period. Maximum assistance amounts is up to $150, based on actual amount owed. The maximum assistance amount is subject to change for each program year.
A Medical Baseline allocation may be available to persons whose primary residence requires the regular use of electrically powered life-support equipment and/or has a qualifying illness, such as quadriplegic, paraplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, scleroderma, other life-threatening illnesses, or someone with a compromised immune system (the elderly).
The Friendly Reminder Program allows a customer to designate a third party to receive notification if a bill becomes past due or service will be disconnected. The customer and third party must both sign the application form.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm; emergency services are available by voice or TDD Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.
Eligibility: Call for information or to receive an application. Income eligible SCE customers can enroll on the CARE and FERA Programs online at www.SCE.com or applications can be downloaded and printed from www.SCE.com then mailed in.