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A place for mom Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • Counties: Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Tuolumne, San Joaquin, Stanislaus

Description:
Assisted Living provides long-term housing and care for seniors. Assisted living residents are generally active but may need support with activites of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and using the toilet. Seniros in assisted living can expect personalized care, nutritious meals, a wide range of social activites to cater ti a variety of interests, and a sense of community in a safe residential setting. Memory Care, sometimes called Alzheimer's care, providese housing and 24-hour care for seniors with alzheimers's disease and other forms of dementia. Memory care facilities offer a safe, uniquely designed environment for residents with a focus on improving quality of life, reduing confusin and preventing wandering. But what exactly is a memory care facility? Memory care communities are residentail spaces that cater to the specific needs of seniros with memory loss. Key servies and features that make memory care facilities different from other types of senior care include 24-hour care, specialized staff, memory-enchancing therapies, a secure environment and more. Nursing Homes, Somtimes called skilled nursing facilites, provdie nursing care and long-term housing for seniors. Elderly adults whp need long-term care at a nursing home facility often have significant physical or mental health conditions that require 24-hour nursing and personal care. These facilites offer the highest level of care for seniors who need medical care, but don't require hospitalization. NUrsing homes also provide short-term, rehabilitative care after a hospital discharge. Rehabilitation programs at nursing home facilities helpp seniors recovering from an illness or accident regain mobility, Strength and function until they can return to normal activites. Independent Living offers a carefree lifestyle for older adutls who want to enjoy retirement with ease. Seniro independent living facilites providea variety of convenient services and amenities, including prepared meals, transportation social activities and housekeeping. Unlike assisted living , independent seniros living doesn't provide help with personal care like bathing or toileting in fact seniors at independent living facilities are generally active, healthy and able to live on their own but may desire convenience and more social opportunites. Senior Apartment communities are tailored to the needs of active adults over age 55. Senior 55p lus communites ofeten feature amenities such as golf swimming pools, tennis courts, and fitness centers to attract the older adults who want a low maintenance lifestyle. Most community fees inclsude utilities , landscaping services home maintenance services and security. Senior apartments do not offer the type of personal care services that assisted living communites and memory care facilities provide Residential care homes offer a smaller, more home-like family setting for seniors. Care homes offer food services and assistance with daily living but do not typically have a medical professional on-site. Limited , part-time medical care is offered, but it's not a primary focue of this type of senior living community. Care home residences are typically located in traditional homes and neighborhoods and provide care for fewer patients than assisted living communities. It us uncommon for a care home to offer services for more than 10 seniors; which helps create the more personal, home-style living environment. Home Care is a service that provides senior care within an individual;s residence. Care at home best serves seniors who want to age in place, but who may desire companionship or rewuire support with daily chores and activities of daily living such as dressing and bathing. The services that an at-home caregiver provides will depend on a senior's individualized needs. While some seniors may rely on home care providers for help with errands, cooking, and housekeeping others need intensice care in ther home to manage incontinence, mobility issues, or dementia. In-home care may increase peace of mind for family members, enhance senior safety, and result in a deeper, one-on-one bond between a senior and their caregiver.

Amador County Association of realtors Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Amador

Description:
The Amador County Association of REALTORS¨ in Jackson, California, is a local association of the National Association of REALTORS¨ (the worldÕs largest professional association). ACAR provides services and resources to licensed real estate salespersons and brokers, appraisers, and affiliated service members.

While sometimes weÕre confused by the general public as being a ÒREALTOR¨ office,Ó in which real estate agents sell properties, ACAR can be best described as the place where licensed real estate professionals join as REALTORS¨ or subscribe to the Multiple Listing Service. We carry a wide range of signs and signage supplies for your business needs and offer the tools you need to become competent, ethical real estate practitioners in your individual real estate offices.

ATCAA Jackson Service Center Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing / Shelter
  • County: Amador

Description:
Housing

Safe and affordable housing is essential to building healthy families and communities. ATCAA's Housing Program plays a leading role in advocating for, developing, and managing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals in our region.

ATCAA offers a variety of assistance and services to the community. Services include securing and stabilizing housing for homeless families and individuals as well as those at risk of becoming homeless.

Programs, projects, and funding streams are in a constant state of change, so it is best to contact our department by phone, so that we may assess the individual situation and provide help based on need and circumstances.

When funding is available,

we offer emergency:

Homeless Prevention Rental Assistance;

Homeless Rapid Re-Housing Assistance.

  • Address: 10590 Hwy 88 • Jackson , CA 95642
  • Phone: (209) 223-1485
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Thursday 9AM-12PM/1PM-4PM
  • Website: https://www.atcaa.org/housing

ATCAA Sonora Service Center Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing / Shelter
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Housing

Safe and affordable housing is essential to building healthy families and communities. ATCAA's Housing Program plays a leading role in advocating for, developing, and managing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals in our region.

ATCAA offers a variety of assistance and services to the community. Services include securing and stabilizing housing for homeless families and individuals as well as those at risk of becoming homeless. Programs, projects, and funding streams are in a constant state of change, so it is best to contact our department by phone, so that we may assess the individual situation and provide help based on need and circumstances. When funding is available,

we offer emergency:

Homeless Prevention Rental Assistance;

Homeless Rapid Re-Housing Assistance. We provide emergency shelter for individuals and families in Amador and Tuolumne counties. While at the shelter, wrap around services include help and access to job search and training, medical care, childcare and permanent housing. For Emergency Shelter call (209)694-8698

Blackberry Oaks Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Blackberry Oaks is a senior residential community tucked in the beautiful Sonora California hills. Enjoy privacy and convenience all in one place. These apartments offer a gym inside and a nice patio to grill outside! Welcome to the perfect retirement location! Handicap Accessible Apartment Homes Available

Center for Human Services Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Resources for children, Families and individulas including treatment for mental health and addiction issues, Shelter, housing and comprehensive drop-in services for youth and young adults ages 13-25, educational services-- Student Assistance Program,Youth Opioid Response, intervention and counseling for students K-12 and support for their families, connection to resources in our community. Individual Counseling and Groups, Parenting Classes, Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse Treatment, Workforce development

  • Address: 2000 W. Briggsmore Ave. STE • Modesto, CA 95350
  • Phone: (209) 526-1476
  • Days & Hours: Main Office Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm Community Clinic Mon, Tue, Thu 8am to 8pm Fri 8am to 5pm
  • Website: https://www.centerforhumanservices.org/contact/

Central Valley Low Income Housing Corp Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
COVID-19 Response If you lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic and are inable to pay rent or are homeless we may be able to provide support. Eligiable households must be able to show that thier loss of income , inablility to pay rent or homelessness is a direct result of the pandemic. Homelessness Prevention If you are at imminent risk of homelessness, we may be able to provide rent support to prevent you from becoming homeless. Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin county make less than 30% of Area Median income and be able to document they are imminent risk of homelessness Rapid Re-Housing If you are a family with minor children living in a homeless shelter , in your car, or in another place not meant for human haitation we may be able to provide rent and deposit support to help you enter permanent housing . We also may be able to provide extremely short-term rent and deposit support if you are a householde without children. Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin County and homeless to qualify as well as other program eligibility requirements.

  • Address: 2431 W March Ln Suite 350 • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 472-7200
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: http://www.cvlihc.org/

Civil Rights Department State of California Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing Discrimination
  • Counties: Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Tuolumne, San Joaquin, Stanislaus

Description:
The Civil Rights Department (CRD) is responsible for enforcing state fair housing laws that make it illegal to discriminate because of a protected characteristic (see ÒWhat is ProtectedÓ). The law applies to landlords, tenant screening companies, property management companies, real estate agents, home sellers, builders, mortgage lenders, and others. The law prohibits discrimination in all aspects of the housing business, including: renting or leasing, sales, mortgage lending and insurance, advertising, practices such as restrictive covenants, and new construction.

Community Housing-Shelter Services Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Community Housing and Shelter services is to transition families/individuals from temporary emergency shelter or motel voucher programs into permanent rental housing and assist those that are at risk-of becoming homeless. CHSS also serves as the lead agency providing rental and/or deposit assistance to low-income households seeking to obtain permanent, affordable housing as well as assisting those who are at-risk of becoming homeless.

Community Impact Centeral Valley Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
CICV works closely with partner agencies to alleviate homelessness, offer affordable housing assitance,Permanent Support Housing, Neighborhood Stabalization, HIV Programs , Monthly Workshops Pertaining to Life skills,Nutrition, Budgeting,Conflict Mediation,Healthy Living and Volunteering.

  • Address: 817 10th Street, • Modesto, CA 95350
  • Phone: (209) 572-2437
  • Days & Hours: Monday- Friday 9:00AM-4:00 PM
  • Website: https://www.cicvca.org/

Connections Emergency Shelters Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: Mariposa

Description:
A temporary Emergency shelter, a provider of connections to services targeting a specific need of a person in a housing crisis to help them obtain stable housing. (call for bed availability walk-ins arenÕt allowed at this time)

  • Address: 5069 Saint Andrews RD. • Mariposa , CA 95338
  • Phone: (209) 966-2550
  • Days & Hours: Open 24 Hours
  • Website: www.mariposaconnections.org

Diamond Place Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Calaveras

Description:
Diamond Place Apartments is an affordable community that has one, two and three bedroom apartments with water sewer and trash included. Call today to set up a tour with our friendly staff.Rental assistance may be available Call the office for more details

Family Promise of Greater Modesto Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing / Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Shelter Our Interfaith Hospitality Network is an opportunity for people from many faiths and backgrounds to provide shelter, meals and hope to local families in need. The program works to address the individual causes of homelessness and connect families to resources that will help them make the journey to a permanent home and a self-sustaining life. When we provide a safe place for families to stay, parents can focus on a vision for their familyÕs future and work on education, employment and housing goals. Over 80% of the guest families we serve have obtained stable housing. Once a family finds a place to live, we continue to help them transition to a self-sufficient lifestyle. Families arenÕt alone on their journey. We work together to set goals, celebrate progress and provide support every step of the way. Housing Stabilization How does Family Promise help families on their journey to stable housing? All adults sheltering with Family Promise agree to participate in our intensive case management services. Families set up a plan to find work and manage their resources Ð always with a goal toward providing a secure home for their children. Our program helps parents connect to resources they need for education, childcare and job search. New Beginnings, our unique financial education program, teaches money management concepts and accountability. Families learn how to think about their resources differently, track income & spending each week and can save 75% or more of their income toward housing costs. Our approach of keeping families together, identifying their strengths, partnering with the community for solutions means that families are at much lower risk of returning to homelessness.

Family Promise of San Joaquin County Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The Emergency Shelter Program offers children and parents experiencing homelessness a safe place to sleep and stay while they get back on their feet.Our Case Manager will assist in the creation of an individualized service plan to help families achieve their

financial, employment, childcare, and housing goals. Our guests can expect reliable transportation to and from our shelters to our Day Center, 7 days a week. Children can remain in their school of origin. Transportation will be coordinated with the local

school districts.

  • Address: 6148 Gettysburg Place • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 323-4284
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.familypromisesjc.org/

Franco Center Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
Franco Center Apartments is a low income based Senior Apartment building located in beautiful downtown Stockton. Located close to the movie theater and the arena. There are lots of great events. Franco staff is dedicated to creating a beautiful, peaceful happy home for senior citizens.

Habitat for Humanity Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Calaveras

Description:
Habitat for Humanity Calaveras seeks to bring people together to build affordable homes for families in need.In addition to building new homes we also offer a home repair program that provides people with existing homes the opportunity to upgrade or repair their homes to make them stronger and safer. We offer a Òhand upÓ not a Òhand outÓ to encourage hope by strengthening the community in which we live. We are part of a global, nonprofit housing organization. Habitat for Humanity Calaveras is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing through constructing affordable homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families become self-reliant and successful homeowners. OUR VISION

A world where everyone has a decent place to live. Where neighborhoods are revitalized into vibrant, safe and inviting places for current and future residents. This happens through the hard work of engaged citizens, partnerships with civic and business groups to generate a renewed community spirit.

OUR MISSION

To build and repair affordable homes for families in need.

  • Address: 536 N. Main St. • Angels Camp, CA 95222
  • Phone: (209) 890-3848
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://www.habitatcalaveras.org/

Habitat for Humanity Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
We impact neighborhoods, providing opportunities for empowerment with our housing education services, neighborhood revitalization and cleanup efforts, as well as our housing rehabilitation and new home construction.

Hammer Lane Village Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
Hammer Lane Villahe is conveniently located in a park-like setting with gorgeous rose bushes and trees, Senior Housing 62+ Household with a disability , Low income rents based on 30% of adjusted income.

  • Address: 210 E Iris ave • Stockton, CA 95210
  • Phone: (209) 951-7327
  • Days & Hours: Monday -Wednesday, Friday 10:30AM-12PM , 1-4:30PM Thursday, Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://ccinvest.com/properties/hammer-lane/

Haven Peace Inc. Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
We are committed to providing our residents with tools that help each of them become self-sufficient. Our aim is to show the women and children of our shelter the forgiveness and love of Jesus Christ, which we believe fosters good decision-making and healthy living. A woman shelter. Resident Case Management Program

Resident Case Management Program is geared toward helping our residents become self-sufficient.

L. A. Education Center

Is our training center where our residents learn to use the computer, research, apply for jobs, write resumes, increase their typing skills, and much more.

Life Skills Program

Life Skills Program our residents are taught critical thinking, communication skills, self control and much more.

Parenting Classes

Parenting Classes residents are taught how to communicate with their children, set boundaries, how to discipline their children.

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy residents learn how to manage their money, open a saving and checking account, how to balance their check etc.

Bible Study & Devotionals

Bible Study & Devotionals helps the residents with their spiritual growth. Mommy & Me Book Bag Program

Mommy & Me Book Bag Program emphasis the importance of reading.

Transitional & Supportive Housing

Residents are referred to the Transitional and Supportive Housing Programs.

RŽsumŽ Writing & Job Preparation

RŽsumŽ Writing & Job Preparation classes are provided to help resident with their resume, mock interview, filling out job application etc.

Drug & Alcohol Relapse Prevention

Drug & Alcohol Relapse Prevention residents are referred to the programs according to their need.

Individual & Group Counseling

According to the residents situation/ crisis they are referred to programs. agencies or institutions that will address and meet their needs.

Domestic & Sexual Abuse Support Referrals

Domestic & Sexual Abuse Support residents are referred to the different programs according to their need.

Healthy Eaters Learning Program (H.E.L.P.) Nutrition Classes

Healthy Eaters Learning Program (H.E.L.P.) Nutrition Classes teaches the residents the importance of eating health foods, how to prepare the meal, how to grow their own food.

  • Address: 7070 S Harlan Rd, • Frenchcamp , CA 95231
  • Phone: (209) 982-0396
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://havenofpeaceinc.com/

Houser Glen Senior Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Welcome to Houser Glen Senior Apartments

Houser Glen is a seventy-six unit community for active, independent seniors. Located in a quiet, desirable location off Carpenter road. For your convenience, there is plenty of shopping close by, and a bus line that runs in front of our community. There are also two hospitals, Doctors Medical Center and Memorial Medical Center within a seven mile radius of the community.

All units are single story, one bedroom one bath homes with beautiful landscaping. Each apartment has itÕs own patio with locked storage.

Housing authority of San Joaquin county Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) has provided and advocated or safe, affordable and attractive living environments for low income working families, elderly, and disabled residents of San Joaquin County.

We are governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners and have a dynamic workforce of 76 employees. This diverse and dedicated team blends innovation with decades of experience resulting in successful programs that continue to build a brighter future.

HACSJ oversees a $50+ million dollar budget, resulting in significant economic benefit to our local economy. Through a variety of federal, state and local affordable housing programs, as well as partnerships with other agencies and businesses, we are currently sheltering and assisting approximately 19,000 people in San Joaquin County.

  • Address: 2575 Grand Canal Blvd • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 460-5000
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30AM-5:30PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://hacsj.org/

Housing authority of Stanislaus County Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
They Serve Amador , Alpine, Calaveras, Inyo, Mariposa ,Mono, Stanislaus , Tuolumne . Housing Choice Voucher , Conventional (Public) Housing, Family Self Suffciency, Migrant Housing , Afforadable Housing, Community Center, Home Repair Program, Farm Labor, First Time Home Buyers, Other Housing Resources.

  • Address: 1701 Robertson Rd. • Modesto , CA 95351
  • Phone: (209) 557-2000
  • Days & Hours: Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday 8:30AM-5PM Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://stanregionalha.org/

Housing Authority of the City of Riverbank Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
The Riverbank Housing Authority is Independently administrated by the Stanislaus County Housing Authority. The Housing Authority in the City of Riverbank offers 60 units to seniors-aged applicants and 30 family units for low-income households.

If you are interested in obtaining information regarding these units please contact the Riverbank Housing Authority located at 3309 Stanislaus St., Riverbank, CA or call (209) 869-4501.

  • Address: 3309 Stanislaus St. • Riverbank , CA 95367
  • Phone: (209) 869-4501
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.riverbankha.org/home

Inter-Faith Ministries/ The food initiative of greater stanislaus Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Food Banks / Pantry
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
The Healthy Food Pantry

We provide a 3 day supply of healthy food to low-income residents of Stanislaus County. Eligible clients may receive services once per month.

M-F 8:30Ñ11:30 AM

Clients will be asked to provide photo ID, proof of address, and proof of income, however no one will be turned away if they are unable to produce documentation on their first visit Free Mobile Farmers Market

Clients are invited to ÒshopÓ the FMFM for fresh produce in their own neighborhoods. 10Ñ11 AM

Fourth TuesdayÑHousing Authority

Fourth ThursdayÑOrville Wright Elementary School

Fourth FridayÑ Franklin Elementary School

Clients will be asked to self identify as low-income. ID not required. Homebound Delivery

Homebound, ambulatory seniors or otherwise disabled individuals may be eligible to receive a 5 day supply of food staples delivered to their homes each month. Call Naomi at (209)572-3117 or email programs@interfaithmodesto.org for an application.

First through Fourth Wednesday / Clients must submit an application

Churches, congregations, schools or organizations with a tax-exempt status may be eligible to receive food to share with their clients. Contact operations@interfaithmodesto.org for application and info.

MÑF 8:30 AMÑ12:30 PM

Organizations must submit an application, tax ID number, and Certificate of Liability Insurance Last Saturday Services

Our partners from College Avenue Congregational Church open the doors to both the Healthy Food Pantry and Clothes Closet on the last Saturday of January-October.

Every last Saturday from 8:30 AMÑ12 PM

Clients will be asked to provide photo ID, proof of address, and proof of income, however no one will be turned away if they are unable to produce documentation on their first visit

Jackson Hills Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Amador

Description:
Jackson Hills Apartments is owned under Preservation Partners Management Group. We are a low income Section 8 property with both Senior(62+) and Family Housing. We have 1 and 2 bedrooms. We are subsidized under HUD and LIHTC which allows for income based housing. We have an on-site laundry facility for tenant use only.

  • Address: 300 New York Ranch Rd • Jackson, CA 95642
  • Phone: (209) 223-0128
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-4PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website:

Jamestown Terrace Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Jamestown Terrace is an affordable apartment community in Jamestown, CA. We feature many different unit and property amenities. Please call our site manager for more information. Since this property has received funding in part through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, a certain number of units are set aside for lower income households. Households must earn either less than 50% or 60% of the area median income (depending on the set-aside option chosen by the property owner) to qualify for these units. Rents in these units are capped at a maximum of 30% of the set-aside area median income (adjusted for unit size). Some rental units in this property may not be subject to LIHTC and therefore have higher rents and no maximum household income requirement.

Lodi House Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The mission of the Lodi House program is to provide compassionate support, counseling and shelter to homeless women and children to empower them to live courageous, healthy and independent lives. Our unique program assists single mothers with finding employment, developing a monthly budget and savings plan, and working towards finding affordable housing.

Lodi House offers a structured home environment that focuses on building healthy relationships, providing parenting tools, goal setting, accountability and connection to community resources. All guests of our program participate in chore assignments, case management, weekly house meetings, and community living.

FREE SERVICES

-Housing

-Living essentials (food, clothing, personal necessities)

-Professional counseling

-Connecting to community resources and employment partners

-Individualized goal setting

-Personal growth and mentorship with staff and volunteers

CLIENT EXPECTATIONS

-Remain free of drugs and alcohol

-Attend all required program activities including case management, house meetings, and workshops

-Complete case plan assignments

-Follow all house rules, curfews and daily chore commitments

-Develop a working budget

-Be employed and working a minimum of 32 hours a week (a job is not required when applying)

-Save 85% to 95% of income, and a minimum of $1000 during your stay

-Be able to live and interact peaceably with other guests and staff

HOW TO APPLY

Lodi House is not an emergency shelter. Applications for the program will be reviewed by the Program Director and an in-person interview is required. Applications may be picked up Monday-Friday from 9:00-12:00 or 1:00-4:00 at Lodi House, located at 801 S. Washington St. in Lodi. For more information please call (209) 334-6346.

Low in come housing Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
California Low Income Housing

Find low income apartments in California along with non profit organizations that help with low income housing along with HUD apartments, public housing apartments, public housing authorities, and housing assistance agencies.

Mariposa Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Mariposa

Description:
Eligibility and maximum income restrictions apply. Rental Assistance may be available. Inquire with the manager as to income limits, current rental rates and information regarding the subsidy programs at this property.

Mariposa Oaks Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Mariposa

Description:
Eligibility and maximum income restrictions apply. Rental Assistance may be available. Inquire with the manager as to income limits, current rental rates and information regarding the subsidy programs at this property.

Mariposa Terrace ll Senior Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Mariposa

Description:
Income Restrictions

Income restrictions apply to some or all residents. Contact the community for more information.

How To Qualify

Based on the size of your household, your Maximum Annual Income must be equal to or less than the amount listed in this chart. Open to seniors and persons with disabilities

McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
Our mission is to empower families to self-sufficiency. We hope McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter is the last shelter of temporary housing program that the families we serve will need. We offer counseling, guidance, referrals of employment and housing.Since 1987, the McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter has responded to the needs of families in crisis from Tracy and regions surrounding the City. Over 6,439 children have passed through the doors of McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter. Currently we operate in Tracy, California and are able to provide housing and support for up to 7 families.

We provide a path to self-sufficiency through the teaching of basic life skills, counseling, support, direction, housing, medical care, treatment for addictions and employment guidance. Our services are provided regardless of race, age, creed, religion, national origin, disability or marital status. McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter is a 501(c)(3) corporation recognized by the Internal Revenue Service and qualified to grant receipts for tax-deductible donations. McHenry House is governed by a board of directors and is audited annually. Donations of clothing, shoes and small household items are accepted at the McHenry House office, located at 739 A Street, between 10am - 2pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Through our program, we offer a broad mix of activities, special events, resources and targeted services that are available days, evenings, weekends and holidays. These include food and clothing, referrals to medical and mental health, birthday, holidays and cultural celebrations. The children of McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter have experienced a multitude of traumas, including the absence of a parent and always the loss of a home. Our program is designed to keep the family together and to cope with the problems that affect them.

  • Address: 739 A st • Tracy , CA 95376
  • Phone: (209) 835-2328
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Thursday 8AM-5PM Friday 10AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.mchenryhousetracy.org/

Meadow View Terrace Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Calaveras

Description:
Our Mission is to create healthy , vibrant communites through the development of Affordable housing for low- to moderate- income families, seniors, and individuals.

Modesto Gospel Mission Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
WOMEN AND CHILDRENÕS SHELTER

The womenÕs overnight shelter program provides 75 beds for emergency shelter to women & children. Guests are provided with a safe place to sleep overnight as well as showers, meals, and chapel services during their stay, and case management services are provided to women who consistently come to the Mission for overnight shelter.

The overnight shelter program aims to be a stepping stone on the road towards permanent housing, and aims to provide hope for the future and provide practical resources for shelter guests as they look for jobs, stable housing, and attempt to transform their lives. The Mission provides a total of 225 beds for men, women, and children every night. MENÕS SHELTER PROGRAM

The menÕs overnight shelter program provides 100 beds for emergency shelter every night. Guests are provided with a safe place to sleep overnight as well as showers, meals, and chapel services during their stay, and case management services are provided to men who consistently come to the Mission for overnight shelter.

The overnight shelter program aims to be a stepping stone on the road towards permanent housing, and aims to provide hope for the future and provide practical resources for shelter guests as they look for jobs, stable housing, and attempt to transform their lives. The Mission provides a total of 225 beds for men, women, and children every night.

MEDICAL CLINIC

The Modesto Gospel Mission provides a free medical clinic for the uninsured another avenue of hope and healing for the poor and homeless of Stanislaus county. Our free medical clinic is open Tuesday and Thursday evenings and is staffed completely by volunteer medical professionals.

The clinic provides uninsured patients with non-threatening medical conditions access to basic medical care resources as well as additional referrals to other agencies. Programs & Activities

We provide recovery programs, recreational activities, and life-skill classes.

Community

Our Freedom Road Day Program provides a safe space for interaction to the community.

Case Management

We offer housing assistance, as well as help with obtaining legal identification.

Faith-Based Activities

As a Christian ministry, we offer Bible studies, chapel services, and more.

External Resources

We work with the community to bring in speakers and educators to improve lives.

Community Events

We hold many exciting events throughout the year for the homeless and the public.

MoPride Center Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Support, Programs and resources for LGBTQ youth and adults, such as: 24 Hour Crisis Line, Domestic Abuse, Health Care, HIV/AIDS/STDS, Religious, Substance Abuse & Recovery, Legal, Mental Health, Grief & Loss, Fair Housing, Transitional Living, Runaway Youth.)

Pathways Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Offers a transitional living program that provides housing and support services to young adults experiencing homelessness in Stanislaus County. Pathways services up to 15 young people in a dorm style setting where participants may live at no cost for up to 24 months.

Project Sentinel Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Project Sentinel assists individuals with housing problems such as discrimination, mortgage foreclosure & delinquency, rental issues including repairs, deposits, privacy, dispute resolution, home buyer education, post purchase education and reverse mortgages.ÊProject Sentinel's Fair Housing Center provides education and counseling to community members, housing providers, and tenants about fair housing laws. We also investigate complaints and advocate for those who have experienced housing discrimination.

  • Address: 1231 8th St, Ste. 425 • Modesto, CA 95355
  • Phone: (209) 236-1577
  • Days & Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-12:00PM & 1:00PM-4:00PM
  • Website: http://housing.org

Redwood Family Treatment Center Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Provides drug and alcohol treatment, housing, and ongoing support to mothers who want to overcome addiction and reunite their families,

Riverbank Senior Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Welcome to Riverbank Senior offering one and two bedroom apartments! Not only will your apartment include energy efficient appliances, a patio or balcony and much more but our beautiful property has excellent amenities including a community room, a computer room, and an exercise room inside while outside you can enjoy the spa or walking trail. Conveniently located near shopping, a park and other services, Riverbank Senior is the perfect place to call home!

  • Address: 3101 Orangeburg ave • Riverbank , CA 95367
  • Phone: (209) 869-1343
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://pwapt.com/riverbank/

Salvation Army Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Emergency Shelters

For families and individuals looking to escape extreme weather or just wanting a safe, quiet place to spend the night, emergency shelters provide a nutritious meal, a warm bed and a clean shower to those in need.

Group Homes and Transitional Living Centers

Along with meeting immediate physical needs such as food and shelter, these establishments provide educational, counseling and vocational services to help individuals develop vital life skills and independence for re-entry into society.

Family Service Programs

The Salvation Army assists families in need by providing food, housing and utility assistance. Best of all, these programs enable parents to stay with their children, even when placed in emergency shelters.

Salvation Army Red Shield Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

San Andreas Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Calaveras

Description:
An exciting, revitalized residential community, San Andreas Apartments offers luxurious apartment living at an affordable price. It's all about living where you love and where various conveniences are just outside your door. With our great location in San Andreas, California you'll be surrounded by several shops, resturants, pharmacies, entertainment, and more! Our spacious 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments will be the perfect fit for you and your family to enjoy! So please join us in the beautiful California weather for a tour and let us help you find your new home!

The Michaels Organization also offers residents the unique opportunity to apply for college scholarships offered through The Michaels Organization Educational Foundation. The nonprofit Educational Foundation has helped thousands of Michaels residents of all ages achieve their dreams of higher education. All MichaelsÕ residents are eligible to apply and may reapply each year of their undergraduate education.

Click the link to read more about our scholarship opportunities: https://www.michaelsscholars.com/

  • Address: 441 E Charles St • San Andreas , CA 95249
  • Phone: (209) 754-1453; (209) 354-3969
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://liveatsanandreas.com/home.aspx

San Joaquin Fair Housing Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing Authority
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
San Joaquin Fair Housing Inc. has been in existence for over three decades. Incorporated in 1983 as a nonprofit to fulfill the Federal GovernmentÕs Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentÕs (HUD) requirements under CDBG funding to further Fair Housing in the community. We strive to provide education, mediation, housing assistance, complaint investigation, and resolution. We do this by working alongside property managers, property owners, City and County Code Enforcement, Public Health, Human Services Agency, and Housing Authority of San Joaquin. The Program has evolved to include education and testing in Fair Housing practices to fulfill the national and local CDBG objectives to affirmatively further Fair Housing within our community.

  • Address: 1803 W March Ln Suite 6 • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 451-3471
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://sjfairhousing.com/

Sierra Hope ; Supportive Housing Program Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Calaveras

Description:
Supportive Housing Program

_Our Supportive Housing Program provides housing and case management services for people who are homeless and unable to afford housing because of a physical or mental disability. We currently have 4 one-bedroom apartments for single adults. Our case managers work with tenants on an on-going basis to help them remain in stable housing and meet their health care needs. Funding is provided through a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), program fees paid by tenants, private donations and fundraising activities.This program provides permanent supportive housing to individuals or families who have become homeless as a result of a physical or mental disability. It consists of six scattered site apartments which are leased to Sierra HOPE.

_Our program participants include people with physical disabilities and people with severe mental health disorders. They may remain in the Permanent Supportive Housing program as long as necessary. Participants are charged a program fee of up to 30% of their monthly income to help cover the cost of services provided to them. Those who have no income at program entry receive assistance to apply for benefits they may be eligible for, including Social Security Disability Insurance, which can be a lengthy process.Supportive services, whether provided by Sierra HOPE or other mainstream community resources, are essential to helping the client access appropriate treatment to manage the symptoms of their illness or disability and live independently. Our case management team works closely with each resident to assess their needs and develop a personalized care plan, and provide on-going monitoring and advocacy to help them access needed services, maintain compliance with medications and treatment plans, and accomplish individual goals towards improved self sufficiency.

Sierra HOPE works closely with other service providers including non-profit organizations, local government agencies, medical providers, and mental health services to obtain appropriate referrals and coordinate care.

Spartan Manor Senior Living Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Our Senior Complex apartments are the perfect place to be your new home. With spacious parking to our own bus stop. The Modesto Senior apartment is the most convenient place to live at for Seniors 55+ old. A vibrant Modesto city life with culture-filled neighborhoods makes this Senior Complex apartment a top pick of California. We create a relaxing ambiance for Seniors by keeping everything clean and organized around you. Experience Peaceful Lifestyle along with quiet nights at Spartan Manor Senior Apartments.

Sutter Hill Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Amador

Description:
Find Your Happy Place

Welcome to your home at the Sutter Hill Apartments, nestled in the historic town of Sutter Creek. Located just 45 miles south east of Sacramento, Sutter Creek is an ambient Gold Rush town featuring newer additions including incredible eateries and cafŽs, entertainment options, a variety of services and shops, and incredible outdoor destinations. Make yourself at home in one of our one and two-bedroom apartment homes, and enjoy the charm and close-knit, community feel of Òthe best town in the Gold Country.Ó Call or email us today for more information or to schedule a tour of one of our amazing apartment homes!

Tuolumne Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Tuolumne Apartments offer luxurious apartment living at an affordable price. You need to love where you live and at Tuolumne we do everything we can ensure you'll love it here. With conveniences just outside your doorÉ food, markets, pharmacies, restaurants, medical facilities, banking and retailers, you'll have everything you need at our great location. One visit with us will convince you that Tuolumne offers much more than other apartment communities because we really care about our residents. Schedule a tour and let us help you find your new home.

  • Address: 18400 Tuolumne Rd. • Tuolumne, CA 95379
  • Phone: (209) 920-6669
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://liveattuolumne.com/

Turlock Gospel Mission Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing / Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Nutritious & Hearty Meals

We provide meals to anyone who is hungry. Whether someone is experiencing homelessness, food insecurity, or is on a fixed income and find themselves in need of supplemental meals Ð we are here. We have a chef who works with students on our programs and volunteers to provide nutritious meals three times a day, 7 days a week. Some meals are designated for those who are staying at the shelter or for those in our Restoration Programs, other meals are open to the public on the following days/times:Sunday Ð Saturday ; Breakfast 8:00 am, Lunch 12:00 pm ,Dinner 6:00 pm Emergency Overnight Shelter

The Emergency Overnight Shelter is open 365 days per year and is open to women, men, and their children on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-in begins at 4:15 pm daily. Guests join us for a dinner meal at the Restoration Shelter dining room and are assigned to a bed in our dorm, where they are able to stay until 7:00 am. Showers are available, and bins with personal belongings are secured. Men and WomenÕs Restoration Program

The Restoration Program is a year-long, life-changing Bible-based program designed to help individuals with recovery, vocational training, and spiritual development. This includes recovery from addiction, domestic violence, childhood abuse, co-dependency, overeating, and more. Lives are transformed through housing, meals, case management, counseling, discipleship, education, job training, and support groups. To apply, please email our Shelter Director, Robert Smithcamp, at robert@turlockgospelmission.org.

  • Address: 432 S Broadway • Turlock , CA 95380
  • Phone: (209) 656-1033
  • Days & Hours: Day Services: 8AM-5PM Daily; Women's Shelter 4:30PM-7AM Daily; Cooling Center 8PM-6AM Dail
  • Website: https://turlockgospelmission.org/

Twin Pines Apartments Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Twin Pines is an affordable apartment community in Groveland, CA. We currently have a waiting list. Please call our site manager for more information. Since this property has received funding in part through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, a certain number of units are set aside for lower income households. Households must earn either less than 50% or 60% of the area median income (depending on the set-aside option chosen by the property owner) to qualify for these units. Rents in these units are capped at a maximum of 30% of the set-aside area median income (adjusted for unit size). Some rental units in this property may not be subject to LIHTC and therefore have higher rents and no maximum household income requirement.

U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing Assistance
  • Counties: Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Tuolumne, San Joaquin, Stanislaus

Description:
Please note that we are currently not available for in-person walk-in customer service. For assistance, please reach out to us via the telephone numbers/email links above and someone will get back to you during business hours. Rental Assistance , Local Public Housing , Homeownership , Rent Relief Resources , Disaster Resources , HUD provides housing support and uplifts communites.

We Care Program Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Emergency Shelter

The We Care Program (WCP) provides shelter services for 49 homeless men a night. These individuals fall at or below 80% of the area median income and are ineligible for assistance from any other social service agency. The We Care Shelter provides a warm, safe environment for individuals who would otherwise be sleeping on the street. Permanent Supportive Housing

This program is for individuals who are chronically homeless. We provide long-term affordable housing, case management, and support to our clients. Our objective is for participants to remain housed, improve health and lead a more stable life. Homeless Hygiene Center

Through our hygiene program, we provide individual adults and families experiencing homelessness in encampments or on the street, a place to do laundry and take a shower. The center is open Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm. We operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Address: 221 S Broadway • Turlock , CA 95380
  • Phone: (209) 620-2414
  • Days & Hours: Monday -Friday 6:15-7PM
  • Website: https://wecareturlock.org/

YNC (Youth Navigation Center) Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Hutton House (Ages 13-17) A 24/7 temporary emergency shelter with overnight and drop-in services for youth who runaway and youth in crisis or experiencing homelessness. Low Barrier Shelter (Ages18-24) A 24-bed facility that provides emergency shelter for young adults who are experiencing or may experience homelessness. Young people can access shelter with minimal barriers. Partners, pets, and possessions are welcome. Pathways (Ages 18-24) Transitional housing program offers comprehensive support to young adults as they await permanent housing. Drop-in Services

(Ages 18-25)Telecare Drop In Center Facilitated groups, peer support groups, one on one emotional support, referrals to resources, computer access, board games, arts and crafts, table games, recreational activities, and field trips. The Youth Navigation Center (YNC) provides shelter, housing and comprehensive drop-in services to any youth or young adults in Stanislaus County between the ages of 13-24, experiencing crisis, housing instability and/or homelessness. We know that we canÕt end youth homelessness without housing options. Our Housing Services programs assist youth in obtaining and sustaining permanent housing.

  • Address: 2008 W Briggsmore Ave • Modesto , CA 95350
  • Phone: (209) 526-1441
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-8PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://www.yncstanislaus.org/