Housing

There are 67 programs in the Housing Category.

Almond Blossom Apartments
Eligibility: Must meet income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Rent is below fair market value.

Almond Blossom is an affordable housing family community located in the city of Ripon. Close to shopping, restaurants, schools and Hopper transportation. On-site laundry facility and playground for children are available. Please contact site manager for more information.

Anchor Village Apartments
Eligibility: Low-income housing for families or individuals, with preference given to veterans at risk of homelessness and individuals living with mental illness.
Fees: No application fee.

Anchor Village provides supportive affordable housing to low-income families and individuals, with preference given to veterans at risk of homelessness and individuals living with mental illness. This apartment complex consists of 51 total 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes with approximately 8,000 SF of ground floor community servicing space. To address the unique needs of this population, the project will include an on-site property manager and supportive services. Anchor Village is located nea...

Astoria Senior Living (Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group/Grief Support)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Astoria Senior Living is an assisted living and memory care facility that offers educational seminars and support groups. Caregiver Support Group meets the fourth Thursday of the month with families and friends who have a loved one with dementia.

Bethel Gardens
Eligibility: Residents must be 60 years of age or older and meet income guidelines as set by San Joaquin County.
Fees: Sliding scale

Bethel Gardens has been designated as a low-income housing complex for low-income seniors in the Lodi area. The complex offers only one bedroom apartments.Please call complex manager, Carolyn Marzolf, for information on the application process and waiting list.

Cal Weber 40
Eligibility: Residents must earn between 30 to 60 percent of the Area Median Income as defined by Department of Housing and Development. Please call for more information.
Fees: Vary based on size of unit; includes electricity and gas at no cost.

Cal Weber 40 is an affordable family housing property located at the intersection of North California Street and East Weber Avenue in Stockton, California. Cal Weber 40 apartments consist of 40 units; 28 apartments with two bedrooms and one bathroom, 12 apartments with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The modern apartment complex boasts solar-powered units, a computer lab and a private playground. This property has designated parking, common areas, private balconies as well as an impressive 12′...

California Conservation Corps (CCC) (Delta Center)
Eligibility: Applicants must be ages 18 to 25, with no conviction for a violent crime and cannot be on formal probation or parole. Applicants must make a one-year commitment and be able to pass a physical and drug...
Fees: None

California Conservation Corps (CCC) offers young men and women 18 to 25 years old a year of paid service to the State of California. During their year of service, Corps members work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters. The CCC offers a wide range of job training from firefighting, flood response, trails, and culinary, among others. Applicants also have an opportunity to earn a high school diploma through the on-side charter school, if they do not already have ...

California Department of Fair Employment and Housing
Eligibility: California resident
Fees: None

Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is the state agency charged with enforcing California’s civil rights laws. The mission of the DFEH is to protect the people of California from unlawful discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations and from hate violence. To file a Pre-Complaint Inquiry you may select one of the following methods:Use the Department's online systemCall the Communication Center at (800) 884-1684 (voice). If you are deaf or hard of ...

California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet Home Loan)
Eligibility: Veterans who served on active duty a minimum of 90 days (not including training purposes), whether during wartime or peacetime periods are eligible, under honorable conditions.
Fees: Vary

California Department of Veterans Affairs and its CalVet Home Loan program is committed to helping veterans and active duty personnel attain the American Dream of home ownership. Competitive market interest rates with low or no down payment is offered. The eligibility guidelines have been expanded so that nearly any veteran interested in purchasing a home in California is eligible. Please visit their website for detailed information. You may use the menu on the right hand side of this page to...

California MENTOR
Eligibility: Valley Mountain Regional Center clients who are 18 years or older, and wish to live somewhere other than with family or a board and care facility.
Fees: None

California Mentor provides homes for developmentally delayed adults 18 years and older. One to two clients per home. Case management services are provided. Bi-weekly home visits with the program coordinators are made. This organization is part of the Mentor Network.

Casa de Esperanza
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Casa de Esperanza is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing development that offers 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units. Amenities include: energy efficient appliances, community room, monthly tenant meetings, Neighborhood Watch, computer lab, playground, basketball court and washers and dryers in each unit. Please call apartment manager for specific information on waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Casa Manana Inn
Eligibility: Independent Senior Living (62+) and must meet income criteria. SJ County Housing Authority vouchers are accepted
Fees: $353 per month

Casa Manana Inn is a 62+ senior project conveniently located near a beautiful park with a senior center, public transportation, shops and medical offices. Casa Manana offers 16 studio apartment units of very affordable housing for independent senior citizens with a myriad of activities which include on site laundry facilities (3), a small general store, a library, bingo, monthly birthday celebrations and weekly delivery of free commodities and fresh vegetables and fruit. ADA ramps and an elevato...

Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corporation (CoC Rapid Re-Housing)
Eligibility: Must be homeless under Category 1 or Category 4 as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and have a child younger than 18 years old as part of the household. Eligibility also...
Fees: None

Continuum of Care (CoC) Rapid Re-Housing is a federally funded temporary rental assistance program (normally not exceeding twelve months) for qualified homeless families that are living in a shelter, living on the streets, or receiving one-time homeless assistance from the Human Services Agency. Families can receive rent and deposit assistance, according to documented need of the household; continuing eligibility is reviewed at least every three months. The head of household must also participat...

Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corporation (Homelessness Prevention and ESG Rapid Re-Housing)
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. Hous...
Fees: None

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.

Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corporation (Permanent Supportive Housing)
Eligibility: Must be "chronically homeless" as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (literally homeless, permanently disabled (mental or physical), homeless for at least one year in the ...
Fees: None

Permanent Supportive Housing is primarily directed to serving the needs of households consisting of an adult homeless person with a permanent disabling condition but also serves homeless households where the head of household is disabled. The program provides rent support and strongly encourages that qualifying participants receive ongoing support services from either the referring agency or a social service agency. Additionally, a self-sufficiency plan is developed with specific goals to assi...

Charleston Place Apartments
Eligibility: Maximum Income Limits1 Person $18,600 for 40% Unit, $23,250 for 50% Unit, $27,900 for 60% Unit2 People $21,240 for 40% Unit, $26,550 for 50% Unit, $31,860 for 60% Unit3 People $23,880 for 40% Unit, $...
Fees: None

Charleston Place Apartments offers 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments. All have 2 full bathrooms. Rent is below market value, no subsidy. No application fee.2 Bd: 40% $519; 50% $668; 60% $7953Bd: 50% $766; 60% $9054Bd: 50% $837; 60% $1,005

Chateau de Lyon
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Chateau de Lyon is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing development that offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units. Amenities include: energy efficient appliances, community room, monthly tenant meetings, Neighborhood Watch, computer lab, playground, basketball court and washers and dryers in each unit. Please call apartment manager for specific information on waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Chesapeake Bay Apartments
Eligibility: Rent and a maximum income ceiling, which adjusts based on family size each year and is set by the State. Basic requirements: Good standing creditOne year of work history with a minimum of three month...
Fees: Processing fee per adult $25 (anyone over the age of 18).

Chesapeake Bay Apartments offers both regular market and affordable housing apartments to lower-income families that meet state requirements.A waitlist of 100 names is maintained and families are called in order. The waitlist is currently closed.

Children's Home of Stockton
Eligibility: Referrals are only accepted through Juvenile Probation Departments and Social Services Departments. To make a referral, please contact the Residential Director at (209) 395-3564.
Fees: Varies

The Children’s Home of Stockton (CHS) provides a home away from home for those who children who need it most, as its mission is to give at-risk youth an opportunity for a productive life through treatment and education in a safe, nurturing environment. CHS is one of the largest social service organizations in Stockton. They are Medi-Cal certified as a Specialty Mental Health Provider and offer Transition Aftercare services. CHS has served approximately 200 at-risk youth ages 12 to 19 each year i...

Church Street Triplex
Eligibility: Must meet low income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Church Street Triplex is composed of three, 2 bedroom,1 bathroom apartments and is a Visionary Home Builders affordable housing community. All three units have been designed to provide easy access to persons with physical disabilities and each unit has off-street parking in a separate carport structure. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

City of Stockton Economic Development Department
Eligibility: Low-to-moderate income Stockton residents. Please see below for eligibility requirements.
Fees: None

City of Stockton Economic Development Department provides the following assistance to qualified low and moderate income City of Stockton residents:The Housing Division administers programs that create housing opportunities for residents of Stockton through down payment assistance, emergency repairs and neighborhood improvements.Available Housing Programs: Down Payment Assistance Program Emergency Repair Program Housing Reconstruct Loan Program Housing Rehabilitation Program Neighborhood ...

Community of All Nations
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Community of All Nations is a family low-income apartment complex subsidized by the federal government's Department of Housing and Urban Development and a Visionary Home Builders community. Depending on family size and income requirements, low income families can rent an apartment through Section 8 housing or other government program funds. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Delta Hotel
Eligibility: Single room occupancy for residents receiving General Assistance.
Fees: $340 per month

Delta Hotel is a pre-development site of Grand View Village located in downtown Stockton. It is a residential hotel with single room occupancy (SRO) composed of 28 rooms. They provide housing to residents receiving General Assistance. This is a Visionary Homebuilders of California property.

Delta Plaza Apartments
Eligibility: Senior housing only (55 and older). Must meet income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Delta Plaza Apartments, a housing project of Visionary Home Builders of California, is available to low income senior citizens from San Joaquin County. Interested individuals must apply for the Project Based Voucher Program (Section 8) waiting list for seniors. Applications can be obtained at the County of San Joaquin Housing Authority’s office located at 448 South Center Street, Stockton. For more information, please call (209) 468-5000.

Delta Village Apartments
Eligibility: Affordable housing property with income restrictions and restrictions for students.
Fees: $35 application fee per adult.

Delta Village Apartments offers a choice of one, two, three or four bedroom apartment homes, where single level and townhouse designs are available. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Dewey Apartments
Eligibility: Must meet low income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit).

Dewey Apartments is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing project. Depending on family size and income requirements, low income families can rent apartments through HUD housing or other government program funds. Dewey Apartments is one of several low income apartments. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Diamond Cove Townhomes
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit).

Diamond Cove Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing development, providing affordable housing to low-income families. Please call apartment manager for specific information on waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Diamond Cove Townhomes II
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit).

Diamond Cove Townhomes II is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing development and offers 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units. Amenities include: energy efficient appliances, Head Start Daycare Center, community room, monthly tenant meetings, Neighborhood Watch, computer lab, playground, basketball court and washers and dryers in each unit. Please call apartment manager for specific information on waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Dignity's Alcove, Inc.
Eligibility: General veterans who were discharged under honorable conditions and are homeless. Priority is given to combat veterans.
Fees: 30% of income, none to those with no income.

Dignity’s Alcove, Inc. provides 24-month transitional housing, meals and indigent supplies to honorable or general discharged veterans who are homeless. Drug and alcohol, relapse prevention, problem solving, conflict resolution, time management and money management classes are offered. A case management component is offered in which an assessment is conducted for each client. Depending on the need, outreach, transportation assistance, employment services, advocacy and medical linkage to prima...

Emerald Pointe Townhomes
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit).

Emerald Pointe Townhomes, a housing project of Visionary Home Builders of California, offers low-income housing to qualifying families. Residents are responsible for paying the monthly rent, electric and gas utilities. There is a Head Start preschool site for children ages 3 to 5 years. Please call manager for specific information about the application process, procedures and waiting list time frame.

Escalon Heritage House
Eligibility: Residents must be 62 years of age or over and meet income guidelines as set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Housing is available for those with mobility impairments or disabi...
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent: 30% of gross monthly income.

Escalon Heritage House provides low-income, subsidized housing for senior citizens in the Escalon area. Complex offers studio apartments as well as one bedroom apartments. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion.

Family Link
Eligibility: Families visiting people with AIDS or other life-threatening illnesses or trauma. Guests must be temporary visitors from outside the Bay Area.
Fees: Suggested donation: $30 per night, per room.

Family Link is a guest house that serves families that come to San Francisco from around the world to visit and care for loved ones with a life threatening illness or traumatic injury.Family Link provides:Clean, safe accommodations (six private rooms, two twin beds per room)Support in a home-like environmentReferrals to community resourcesA central Castro District locationOpportunity to meet other visiting familiesPlan to arrive before 8:00 p.m. in the evening when first arriving. Advance regis...

Filipino Center Plaza (Filipino Center Plaza Computer Learning Center)
Eligibility: Low-income families.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent.

Filipino Plaza is a low-income, multi-family HUD 236 apartment community located in downtown Stockton. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures. The monthly rent is based on 30% of the income.Filipino Plaza residents are also able to take advantage of the Neighborhood Networks Computer Learning Center which provides after school computer tutoring and a homework club to residents. Associated Filipino Organizati...

Granite Ridge Apartments (LIHTC)
Eligibility: Low-income Households, call regarding Student Qualifications
Fees: Subsidized housing accepted.

Granite Ridge Apartments offers one and two bedroom apartment homes in Stockton. Each apartment has a dishwasher, an air conditioner and dual kitchen sink. Floor plans range from 629 to 829 square feet. Please contact apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame, and application completion procedures.

Grant Village Townhomes
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit).

Grant Village Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing project. Depending on family size and income requirements, low-income families can rent apartments with Section 8 housing or other government program funds. Grant Village is one of several low-income apartments that features two, three and four bedroom units with backyards. A Head Start Center is on-site. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion p...

Habitat for Humanity of San Joaquin County, Inc. (Low-Income Housing Home Ownership Program and ReStore Home Improvement Store)
Eligibility: Must meet income guidelines and inquire about application process at the ReStore location on 4933 North West Lane.
Fees: Please see below.

Habitat for Humanity of San Joaquin County, Inc. is a non-profit Christian housing ministry dedicated to helping low-income families improve the conditions in which they live. A fund created from gifts and the ReStore's net profit serves as capital for building homes. Construction is a cooperative effort involving both volunteer workers and recipients of the home. More detail regarding their low-income home ownership program can be found on their website or at the local Stockton Restore, locat...

Hammer Lane Village
Eligibility: Low-income senior citizens over the age of 62 years old or disabled.
Fees: Vary

Hammer Lane Village provides low-income, subsidized housing for senior citizens in the Stockton area. Studios and one bedroom apartments are available. Please contact apartment manager for specific information on waiting list, time frame and application completion process. Section-8 based rent is based on 30% of income.

Hanot Foundation (Residential Services)
Eligibility: Must be eligible for services through Valley Mountain Regional Center System of California.
Fees: $993 per month. Fee is covered by combining SSI/SSP and/or SSA.

Hanot Foundation provides residential services for the developmentally disabled. Services include full residential services, community integration, a social and recreational program, basic training in self-help skills and social development.Their mission is to provide home-like residences for developmentally disabled adults and seniors in a warm, supportive and loving environment that is least restrictive for the individual resident.

Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin
Eligibility: Low-income residents of San Joaquin County.
Fees: None

Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin provides for affordable, attractive, safe living environments with the goal of assisting low-to-moderate income residents in becoming self-sufficient, including the elderly and disabled. They offer the Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Programs. Please call for more information.

Inglewood Gardens
Eligibility: Low-income families and seniors who meet U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) income requirements.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent: 30% of gross monthly income.

Inglewood Gardens is a low-income apartment complex for qualifying families and seniors interested in a studio, one or two bedroom apartment(s). This is a project based section 8 housing property. Interested individuals must complete application. There is a waiting list of one to two years.

Kentfield Apartments
Eligibility: Income restrictions apply.
Fees: Application fee may apply.

Kentfield Apartments is part of the Bridge Housing Project and is a 90-unit affordable housing complex within the Kentfield Area. Studio, one, two or three bedroom apartments are available. Please contact apartment manager for specific information on application process, time frame and qualifications.

Making Home Affordable Program
Eligibility: Vary
Fees: None

Making Home Affordable Program (MHA) helps homeowners in avoiding foreclosure, stabilizing the country's housing market, and improving the nation's economy. If your expenses have increased due to medical bills or picking up the pieces after a separation or divorce, this program is available. There are a variety of MHA programs that may help homeowners having difficulty making mortgage payments. Please visit the website or call for more information.

Marquis Place
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit)

Marquis Place is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing project. This is a new multiple-family housing development that provides 21 affordable living units to low-income families. Several of the units offer ADA accessibility and adaptability. All of the units feature energy efficiency through the latest technology in insulation, windows, heating and cooling systems. Additionally, the units provide ENERGY STAR appliances. Please call apartment manager for specific information about ...

Meridian Pointe Apartments
Eligibility: Must meet income guidelines.
Fees: Credit check per adult $35.00

Meridian Pointe Apartments offers affordable housing units for families that meet income criteria. This property provides 186 multifamily, two and four-bedroom apartments to very low to low-income residents in Stockton. Please contact apartment manager for specific information on time frame and application completion procedures.

Mountain View Townhomes
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding deposit)

Mountain View Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California project. This is a low-income housing complex able to house low-income families unable to pay the average cost to rent a home in Tracy. There are units available depending on the size of the household. There is a waiting list at this time with an average wait of three to four years. Interested families must stop in to complete an application and verify eligibility.

Pacific Pointe Apartments
Eligibility: Low-to-moderate income families. This is an affordable housing property.
Fees: Base rent.

Pacific Pointe Apartments is one of several affordable housing apartments. They feature an array of modern amenities. Base rent is determined by the State, not by household income. Please contact apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion process.

Ready to Work
Eligibility: Homeless in San Joaquin County.
Fees: None

Ready to Work seeks to reduce the number of homeless people in San Joaquin County by helping men with a history of homelessness or involvement in the criminal justice system rebuild their lives and the lives of their families. Clients are active participants in their own success, and learn hard skills that lead directly to jobs. Earned income is the key for graduates to maintain housing and avoid future homelessness. Work instills the value of self-reliance and builds the capacity for long-ter...

San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services (Supportive Living Environments )
Eligibility: Must be referred by San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services and have mental health diagnosis.
Fees: Vary

Studio and one bedroom apartment with assistance in medication management, cooking skills, and monthly apartment checks to assure compliance with ADL's and recreational activities in community.

San Joaquin Fair Housing Association
Eligibility: Serves low income tenants and landlords with mediation in regard to housing issues as well as education and investigation in fair housing issues, to eliminate discrimination in San Joaquin County....
Fees: None

San Joaquin Fair Housing Association ensures equal opportunity in housing, rental, sale or financing without regard to race, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, physical handicap or any arbitrary basis. This is done by providing educational service to tenants and landlords on their rights and responsibilities, providing counseling and referral services, mediating in landlord-tenant disputes and providing outreach and information to low and moderate income residents ...

Santa Fe Townhomes
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee).

Santa Fe Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures. Section 8 housing vouchers are accepted.

Service First of Northern California (SFNC)
Eligibility: Referral from agency or private physician.
Fees: Vary

Service First of Northern California (SFNC) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Public Benefit Corporation that serves as an umbrella organization that operates ten (10) community based programs. The "service" focuses on the neediest individuals in the community. They provide supportive services to individuals that are developmentally disabled, mentally ill, physically disabled, homeless Veterans, Social Security beneficiaries, and those struggling with addiction. Following are the services offered:Repre...

Stocktonians Taking Action to Neutralize Drugs (STAND)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Stocktonians Taking Action to Neutralize Drugs (STAND) is a grassroots organization dedicated to the elimination of drug abuse in our community through outreach efforts and community program referrals. Neighborhood clean up for senior citizens and holiday youth activities are also available. STAND reaches out to help other groups wishing to stop drug abuse in their communities.Assistance to qualified low-income homebuyers is offered through the STAND Affordable Housing Program.

Stone Pine Meadow Apartments (Tax Credit)
Eligibility: Low-to-moderate income individuals and families.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees (credit, background check and holding fee)

Stone Pine Meadows is a low-to-moderate income housing complex, comprised of 72-family units from one to four bedrooms, built by Eden Housing Developers. Interested families can call the apartment manager for information about the waiting list and application procedures. Accepting applications for one, two, three, and four bedroom, wait is one to two years long.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Housing Discrimination Hotline)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Housing Discrimination Hotline provides information regarding individuals fair housing rights and responsibilities. The hotline also assists consumers in filing housing discrimination complaints and gives complaint information.Other HUD hotlines:For questions regarding the Housing Choice Voucher Program and Subsidized Housing, please call the Public & Indian Housing Resource Center at (800) 955-2232.For questions regarding purchasing a ...

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD-VASH)
Eligibility: Veterans must be VA health care eligible Veterans and homeless. Homeless is defined by the McKinney Homeless Assistance Act as amended by S. 896 The Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition...
Fees: None

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program is a joint effort between HUD and VA to move Veterans and their families out of homelessness and into permanent housing. HUD provides housing assistance through its Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) that allows homeless Veterans to rent privately owned housing. It provides permanent housing for eligible homeless Veterans who are single or eligible homeless Veterans with families. Case management,...

Valle Del Sol
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Valle Del Sol is a Visionary Home Builders of California project. This is a farm labor housing complex. Depending on family size and income requirements, low-income families who perform field work can rent these two, three, and four bedroom apartments. There are 76 units. Amenities include the following: energy efficient appliances, daycare center, Community Room, monthly tenant meetings, Neighborhood Watch, playground, basketball court and washers and dryers in each unit. Please call apart...

Villa De San Joaquin
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Villa De San Joaquin is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing project for low-income families. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures. Spacious 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units are available. Amenities included are monthly tenant meetings, neighborhood watch, a playground, basketball court and laundry room.

Villa Isabella
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Villa Isabella is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families offering brand new one bedroom units. Amenities include all energy efficient appliances and on-site laundry.

Villa Montecito
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Villa Montecito is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families. This property offers spacious two, three and four bedroom units. Amenities include energy efficient appliances i.e. washers and dryers in each unit, Head Start Daycare Center, Community Room, monthly tenant meetings, Neighborhood Watch, computer lab, playground and a basketball court. Please visit the leasing office for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application complet...

Villa Monterey
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Credit and background check fees plus holding deposit.

Villa Monterey is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families. This property is a 46-unit multi-family dwelling. There are one and two-bedroom units offered. There is a Community Activity Center that offers a large open meeting room, a computer lab for children to do their homework and office space for use by non-profit service providers from the community to assist residents. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time ...

Village East Apartments
Eligibility: Low income families
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Village East is a project-based Section 8 and Tax Credit complex. Qualified applicants must be low-income under the income limits for 2019 guidelines, All applicants 18 years of age and over are to meet the credit and criminal criteria outlined in the Tenant Selection Criteria that is given to all applicants with application. A total of unmet credit problems can not exceed $2,500 or 5 accounts in collections. When residents leave Village East, they do not take the Section 8 voucher with them. ...

Villas De Amistad
Eligibility: Low-income families consisting of two people.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Villas De Amistad provides low-income housing for families consisting of two people. Housing is limited to two persons per room. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Vintage Plaza
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Vintage Plaza is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families offering spacious three bedroom, two bathroom units, with washer and dryer. Vintage Plaza is located right next to Gleason Park and Spanos Elementary.

Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. (VHB)
Eligibility: Must meet low-income eligibility criteria.
Fees: Vary

Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. (VHB) owns multiple rental housing communities in San Joaquin County. Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. self manages it's housing complexes. They also develops for-sale homes designed for low-income families. Please refer to individual housing projects in Community Connections that have been identified as Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. properties. They also provides opportunity for home-ownership and housing counseling along w...

Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. (VHB) (Homebuyer Education​ & Counseling, Rental Counseling & Financial Capabilities/Education)
Eligibility: None
Fees: Vary

Homebuyer Education and Counseling: Visionary conducts a variety of classes and one-on-one counseling courses to help you weave through the maze of affordable housing. These courses, taught in both English and Spanish include: Buying a Home; Homebuyer Education; and Rental Counseling/Assistance. As you work with a housing coach, you will gain confidence in pursuing your dreams of homeownership. The education you receive will assist you in making wise, financial decisions. They are here to help y...

Westgate Townhomes
Eligibility: Low-income families.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Westgate Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing project for low-income families. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.

Winslow Village
Eligibility: Must be a disabled adult and meet income criteria.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent.

Winslow Village offers spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments to low-income, disabled adults. This two-story complex is located in Stockton. There currently is a waiting list. Please contact apartment manager for more information.

Wysteria Townhomes
Eligibility: Low-income families.
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent and application fees.

Wysteria Townhomes is a Visionary Home Builders of California housing complex for low-income families. This property is a 65-unit, multi-family dwelling. There are two, three and four bedroom units offered. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures.