Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corporation

Homelessness Prevention and ESG Rapid Re-Housing

Phone
(209) 472-7200 ext. 100 (Front desk)
(209) 472-7200 ext. 106 (General information)
Fax
(209) 954-9548
Eligibility

Homeless Prevention: Households must have documentation that they are imminently at risk of becoming homeless as defined by the U.S.Housing and Urban Development Department under the HEARTH Act. Household income must be less than 30% of the area's median income based on household size. Households must be able to demonstrate the capability of being self-sufficient following assistance; assistance is usually limited to less than three months. Households must be residents of San Joaquin County. Units assisted must meet FMR limits.

Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Rapid Re-Housing: Households must meet the definition of homelessness under Category 1 or Category 4 as defined by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department. Households must be able to demonstrate the capability of being self-sufficient following assistance. Households must be residents of San Joaquin County. Households may be single adults or families with children. Assistance is usually limited to less than three months.

Households that believe they meet eligibility requirements should contact Central Valley Low-Income Housing for full details.

Fees
None
Services

Homeless Prevention and ESG Rapid Re-Housing are federally funded programs that provide short-term, one-time rental and/or deposit assistance to qualifying households that meet all federal and local eligibility requirements. All households must undergo an application and review process through Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corp. Households that believe they meet eligibility requirements should contact Central Valley Low-Income Housing for full details.

Hours
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Addresses

Main Location
2431 West March Lane
Suite 350
Stockton, CA  95207
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