Offers emergency rent payment assistance to seniors ages 60 and older, families with small children or disabled individuals who reside in the geographic service area. Those seeking assistance must have a source of income and pay a portion of the rent. The amount of assistance is at the discretion of the agency.
8:30 am-12:00 pm, Monday-Friday
Residents of the North Coastal Region who meet one of the following:1. Seniors ages 60 and older2. Families with small children in the home3. Disabled individualsWill not provide assistance to individuals who receive section 8.Will not provide assistance to residents outside of the North Coastal Region.
Proof of identification, Proof of Income, Proof of Residency, Rent Receipt, Proof of employment
San Diego County
Not Yet Validated
Oceanside Housing Division office
321 N Nevada St Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 435-3360
The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund provides financial assistance and quality of life solutions to: OIF/OEF Marines and Sailors injured in combat, training, or with life threatening illnesses, their families-to help defray the expenses incurred during hospitalization, rehabilitation, and recovery and to help with expenses associated with the purchase of specialized equipment, adaptive vans or vehicles, and handicap home purchases and/or modifications.PHONE NUMBER:760-725-3680
Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
OEF/OIF Marines and Sailors injured in combat, training, or with life threatening illnesses.
Facilitates the Rental Subsidy Program for the City of Del Mar (Does NOT offer immediate emergency funds for rent payment or security deposit). There is currently multi-year wait list for a vacancies. Preference is given to low-income households of two or more, as well as low-income elderly and/or disabled individuals who live and work in Del Mar. The Program is similar to a Section 8 housing program where a portion of the rent is paid on behalf of the families directly to their landlords however, the agency does not accept section 8 vouchers or transfers from other parts of the county.
9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Preference is given to low-income households of two or more, as well as low-income elderly and/or disabled individuals who live and work in Del Mar. Applicants must meet income requirements.
Financial education, counseling and grants to E1 - E6 active duty military or recently honorably discharged veterans (within the last 18 months) for critical living expenses and to help those families toward financial self-sufficiency.Services may include emergency car repair, appliance repair or replacement, critical baby items, emergency food assistance, and emergency financial assistance such as past due rent (3-day notice), past due mortgage, past due car payment, past due insurance payment, past due utilities payment, etc.
8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
E-1 to E-6 active duty or veteran within the first 18 months of honorable discharge.