Address:439 A StHayward, CA 94541Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Season Of Sharing Is A Private Fund Set Up By The San Francisco Chronicle And Made Available To Alameda County Residents Who have Lived In Alameda County For The Past 6 Months. it Provides emergency-based Assistance With housing And/or Critical Family Needs On A Non-recurring Basis. after Receiving One-time Assistance From Sos, You Should Be Able To Pay Rent, Buy Food, And Pay Other Bills. Those Eligible For Assistance Are: Seniors Or People With Disabilities on Ssi Or Ssdi. Clients Are Not Guaranteed To Receive The Assistance. Nursing Home / Institution Transition Funds And Assistance Are Also Available Through Cril.
Eligibility: Only For Seniors Or Persons With Disabilities, Must Be Receiving Ssi Or Ssdi And Been A Resident Of Alameda County For The Past 6 Months. Must Live In Southern Or Eastern Alameda County.
Documents To Bring: By phone. Clients are not guaranteed to receive the assistance.
Address:770 A St #210Hayward, CA 94541Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Variety Of Housing-related Programs, Including Landlord/tenant Information And Mediation, Discrimination Investigation And Assistance, Shared Housing Counseling And Placement, Rental Assistance, Security Deposit Grants, First Time Homebuyer Education, And Pre-purchase Counseling.
Hours: Monday-thursday, 9-4:30 Friday, 9-1:30; Monday-friday, 9-4:30
Address:22941 Atherton StHayward, CA 94541Map & Directions
Services: Provides Low-cost Housing And Section 8 Subsidized Rental Housing For Eligible Families, Senior Citizens (age 62 Or Over) And Disabled And Other Persons. Self-sufficiency Program Coordinates Services Provided By Various Agencies To Assist Clients In Becoming Independent From Public Assistance.
Hours: By Phone 8-4:45 And Office Open From 10-44:45 Each Business Day. Closed Every Other Friday.
Address:100 Civic PlazaDublin, CA 94568Map & Directions
Services: First Time Homebuyer Loan Program (fthlp) Provides Financial Assistance, In The Form Of A Deferred Loan, For First Time Homebuyers Within A Certain Income Range Who Are In The Process Of Buying A New Home In Dublin. fthlp Is Capable Of Offering Up To 10% Of The Purchase Price For A Market Rate Home, And Up To 15% Of The Purchase Price For A Below Market Rate Home, With A $40,000 Maximum Loan Amount For Both Market Rate And Below Market Rate Homes. Eligibility Requirements Include But Are Not Limited To: (1) Must Be A First-time Homebuyer (a Household That Has Not Owned A Residential Property/home Within The Past Three Years); (2) Must Be Able To Qualify For A City-approved Mortgage Loan Program (30-year Fixed); And (3) Must Provide A Minimum Of 3.5% Of The Sales Price As A Down Payment. For Further Requirements, Please Refer To The Application Packet. Tri-valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide Provides A Listing Of Affordable Housing-related Services In The Tri-valley Area, Including Fair Housing Resources; A Listing Of Affordable Rental Units In The Tri-valley Area; And Information Regarding Emergency Housing And Resources Available To Tri-valley Residents. Directory Is Free And Available Online.
Eligibility: First Time Homebuyer Loan Program: See Program Description..
Documents To Bring: Below market rate and First Time Homebuyer Loan Program: Download application packets online, call to have one mailed, or pick up in person. Housing Division Directory: Available online.
Address:580 Executive CenterDublin, CA 94568Map & Directions
Services: The Mission Is To Serve People In The Tri-valley By Caring For People In Crisis, Provide Motel Vouchers When Available. They Serve Individuals/families In The Tri Valley In Crisis Situations For Emergency Motel Nights (they Do Not Provide Motel Vouchers, They Pay Direct To Motels Specific To Individuals/families) Help With Rent To Avoid Displacement, Help With Utilities To Avoid Service Shut Off, Auto Repair, Auto Donations When Available, Transportation Assistance (bus, Bart Tickets), Emergency Food (gift Cards). Financial Need Must Be Demonstrated. They Also Provide Local Food, Shelter, And Many Other Types Of Resource Information (much Is Shown On Their Website Www.cityservetrivalley.org). Coordinating Resources And Volunteers Between The Faith-based Community, Non-profits, Schools, Businesses And Government Agencies To Meet Human Service Needs And Connecting Volunteers In The Local Church And Community To The Non-profits In Their Tri-valley.
Eligibility: Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Danville, & Alamo Residents. Adults Teens Children Families Females Males
Documents To Bring: By phone, online and by appointment. Appointment will be required for financial assistance.
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.
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: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.
Address:320 13th St #102Oakland, CA 94612Map & Directions
Services: The Tenant Support Program(tsp) Provides Housing Support Services To Mental Health Clients. Tsp Is A Welcoming Environment With A Friendly Staff Who Have Personal Experience With Mental Health Issues And Substance Use Issues. The Tenant Support Program Provides: Peer Counseling And Support Groups Including Weekly Issues That Matter Discussion Group Housing Search Support Computers Available For Use By People Seeking Housing Shelter Voucher Distribution Assistance With Everyone Home Loan Applications And Referrals To Other Housing And Service Providers In The Community Housing Rights Information And Resources Peer-led Outreach To Mental Health Clients In Single Room Occupancy Hotels (sros) In Downtown Oakland, Offering Housing Related Information And Referrals Security Deposit And Rental Assistance For Individuals Receiving Mental Health Services From Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Contracted Providers.
Eligibility: For Housing Clinic And Peer Support Program, Must Identify As A Mental Health Client. See Program Description For Eligibility Requirements To Shelter Plus Care (s+c).
Documents To Bring: Apply by phone or mail. Referral from Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services and self-referral.
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