Provides Families And Individuals with Mortgage Or Rental Assistance Up To $1000 when Funding Is Available And Based Upon Clients Qualifications.
Closed For Lunch 12:15pm-1:00pm
This Is A Federal Government Fundingincome/housing That Does Not Qualifyocash Aid Or Food Stamps Only (there Is No Other Source Of Income) Osocial Security Disability (has A History Of It.)osection 8 Or Subsidizing Housing (rental Rate Based On Income Usually A Title). The Resident Has To Report Their Income Annually. Ochild Support Or Deceased Benefits For Survivors (this Is For Minors)income/housing That Does Qualify Must Be Verifiableowages Osocial Security Insurance (retirement) Ounemploymentofmla (family Medical Leave Of Absence)oworkmans Comp Ocombination Of Employment Can Be Mix & Match With The Above Along With These Others Cash Aid, Retirement Benefits, Social Security Disability. Ex: Wages & Cash Aid, Retirement & Cash Aid, Wages & Retirement, Wages & Disability, Retirement & Disability, Unemployment & Cash Aid, Otransitioning Exceptions Rules Do Apply. O Was Employed Recently Had To Take Time Off For Child Care Or Health Issue Just Signed Up For Cash Aid, Disability, Workmans Comp Hasnt Come Through, Fmla
-Can only receive assistance once every twelve months-Call For More Information
5108 E Clinton Way Fresno, CA 93727 (800) 640-2462
Programs: Provides emergency services to low-income American Indians. Includes housing assistance, utility assistance to prevent disconnection, food purchase orders, and education- and employment-related assistance.
Monday-Friday, 8 am-noon, 1 pm-5 pm.
Low-income American Indian, Alaska Native. Must reside in service area.
Administers programs: CTAP, California Telephone Assistance Program, and CRS, California Relay System and Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program. CTAP has a variety of telephone equipment available for individuals who are hard of hearing, deaf, speech impaired, or other disability. If an individual needs any type of teletype service (TTY/TDD), the CRS connects the assistive telephone to the relay system. 711 can be used as a shortcut to CRS. Discount on phone service available to disabled individuals.
Hope Sanger Helps The Homeless And Families In Most Need In The Sanger Area With Food, Hygiene, And Other Basic Necessities. Families Stay Together Legally Married Or Not.everyone Is Eligible That Live In Sanger And Have Any Form Of id.programs:food Pantry (grocery Vouchers Also Offered)hygienecommunity Room (mon-fri, 9am-5pm)motelsafe Placemedical, Cal Fresh, Cal Win Application Assistancework Programsshower Days For The Homeless ( Tue & Thur , 9am-12pm)water Billpg&e Billrent Assistance
1435 S College Ave Dinuba, CA 93618 (559) 591-4286
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program offers affordable, decent and safe housing in open market rentals selected by Voucher holders. Under the Moving to Work program, you receive a fixed subsidy, which the Housing Authority pays directly to the landlord, and you pay the rest of the rent for your unit. There is a five year time limit to this type of rental assistance in most cases, because the fixed subsidy helps families to stabilize their housing costs as they work to achieve self-sufficiency and save for other housing opportunities
200 E Florinda St Hanford, CA 93230 (559) 582-2533
St. Brigid Catholic Church provides gas bill assistance to those in need. Service provided if funding is available.An individual cannot receive electric bill assistance if they have received gas bill assistance from St. Brigid Catholic Church.Service provided once a year per household.