Rental and housing assistance programs in Napa County.

On a case by case basis, emergency rental assistance may be provided to some low income Napa County families. The money can pay for a range of housing expenses, such as security deposits, utilities, lease application costs, and even moving expenses. So not only may a portion of back rent be paid in a crisis, but this financial aid is combined with other services. The types of agencies that may provide support include the following.

  • Community Action Agencies offer referrals to grants, job programs, loans, and more. Locate more information on California community action agencies.
  • Napa County based churches offer rental help as well as shelter to the vulnerable, seasonal migrant workers, and immigrants.
  • Non-profits and charities may also operate shelters or have funds for paying rent.

Each administering agency in Napa California will have their own application process in place. As an examples, generally the client needs a source of income to receive rent help. The homeless will need to be stable and/or gone through transitional housing before security deposit help is given. Other conditions may need to be met too.

Napa office of California Human Development
Dial 707-678-3266 for the  Season of Sharing service.
Migrant and Napa County based seasonal workers can get help. Everything from emergency shelter to rent, food, and referrals to medical care is available.

Community Action Of Napa Valley
Address is 2310 Laurel Street Suite 1
Napa, CA, 94559
Phone: 707-253-6148
Up to $1000 can be provided to the disabled and/or senior citizens for housing costs. The use of the grant can be for rent, energy bills, or other critical needs. Some clients may be given a loan instead with favorable repayment terms.

 

 

 

 

Legal Aid of Napa
575 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 210
Napa, California 94558
The Legal Advice Line is (707) 320-6348. Call for eviction help.

Napa Housing Authority
Location: 1115 Seminary St
Napa, CA 94559
Phone: (707) 257-9543
A source for information on HUD housing programs. Whether it is section 8 vouchers for paying rent or home buying, families in poverty can get advice or assistance.

St. Vincent De Paul Society Of St. Helena
1340 Tainter Street
Saint Helena, California, 94574
Short term rental assistance is assessed on a case by case basis from the church. At home interviews take place. They may also refer clients to a transitional housing program in Napa County for stability.

Napa area shelters and temporary housing sites

South Napa Shelter
Address: 100 Hartle Court
Napa, CA, 94559
707-259-8133
This is for sober adults over the age of 18. They get a place to stay as well as life skills coaching. Case managers will help them on the housing search in order to place them into an affordable apartment.

 

 

 

Samaritan Family Center
2521 Old Sonoma Road
Napa, California 94558
Dial 707-927-3184
A small shelter is on site. Clients, including women, single moms, and children can also be referred to community action agency rent support programs, such as TBRA and others.

 

 

 

 

 

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