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Rent resources available in Northern California

California legislators passed bills to extend the current eviction moratorium but some Californians are struggling to find a place sleep.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — During these difficult times it is important to know where people can find support, assistance and relief.  And while California legislators passed bills to extend the current eviction moratorium to June 30, 2021 some Californians are struggling to find a place to sleep.

"You say that you can help folks when they've hit a wall. Well, my husband and I sure have. We are seniors and we were living in the motel until taken by hospice to a COVID-free shelter. That will end in three weeks, and then we don't know what to do. I just want to have a home before I die. If there is anything you can do, maybe someone can help us.“ - Carol & Kristian

The Dollars and Sense team wants to make sure you know about additional financial resources in your county. 

Stanislaus County:

Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus

  • Services: Provides safe and affordable rental housing and homeownership opportunities.
  • Phone: (209) 557-2000

Stanislaus County Affordable Housing Corporation (STANCO)

  • Services: STANCO works with Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services to place individuals into transitional housing.
  • Phone: (209) 574-1155

San Joaquin County:

Central Valley Low Income Housing Corp. (CVLIHC)

  • Services: Offers transitional housing support including rent and deposits to help people experiencing homeless move from the streets and shelters into permanent housing. 
  • Phone: (209) 472-7200 
  • Email: contact@cvlihc.org

Lutheran Social Services

  • Services: Provides permanent and transitional housing as well as resources like rent assistance, case management and supportive services. 
  • Phone:  (209) 323-5131 

YOLO County:

Fourth & Hope shelter 

Here's a list of full local resources in Northern California for those financially impacted by COVID-19.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the daily lives of people now more than ever with the re-surge in COVID-19 cases and California's new regional stay-at-home order. During these difficult times it is important to know where people can find support, assistance and relief.

WATCH MORE: Gov. Newsom signs legislation to extend eviction moratorium

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