Rental assistance in Butler County Ohio and Hamilton.
Find places for emergency or long term rental assistance in Hamilton and the greater Butler County Ohio. Thousands of local families including seniors or the disabled need financial help now and then. Get help with rent, section 8 vouchers or security deposit assistance from charities, churches, or government agencies.
Some of the leading non-profit organizations to call for housing resources are below. Each center will have their own application process in place for a rent grant or loan, and funding is limited. Priority is usually given to qualified low income families with children and people who are faced with imminent eviction. If a center doesn’t have available funding, many have case management or volunteers who can help people sign up for other assistance from time to time.
Call to get the specifics on their resources or to learn whether they have funding. Or some of the non-profits in Butler County may refer residents to loan programs for help with their housing expenses, whether rental or utility costs. Find a listing of services and/or who to contact in order to get help with paying rent.
Hamilton and Butler County Salvation Army is a leading charity at 235 Ludlow Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Provides limited emergency assistance on a case by case basis, including rental payment assistance, eviction prevention, and homeless support. Any financial aid for security deposits or back rent is only for eligible residents of city of Hamilton and the entire Butler County Ohio region. The Corps Center phone number is (513) 863-1445.
Family Resource Center offers many social services, including grants for rent. Location is 5445 College Corner Pike, Oxford, Ohio 45056. Dial the administrative office at (513) 523-5859. The location provides emergency financial assistance with many housing type expenses including rent, utilities, and even some other basic needs such as prescriptions. The location also can provide referrals to other assistance programs that can assist low-income households.
Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority is a PHA at 4110 Hamilton-Middletown Rd., Hamilton OH 45011-6218. The main program they administer is the federal government and state of Ohio Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. This federal government HUD created resource provides assistance and rental vouchers for very low-income households (single or family), the disabled, and the elderly.
It can help them afford to rent decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. There are also applications to emergency section 8 vouchers. Phone number is 513-896-4411. Or read more on Housing Authority in Butler County.
There is also the Middletown Public Housing at 1040 Central Avenue, Middletown, Ohio 45044. Section 8, low income assistance, and referrals to non-profit agencies are offered. The non-profit wants to try to house those faced with eviction or who are currently homeless. They only support the city limits. Telephone number is (513) 422-3600
SELF's Headquarters community action is at 1790 S. Erie Highway, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Phone number is (513) 868-9300. A non-profit community action agency. Grants for rental expenses may be provided from EFSP or other government sources.
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio also covers Butler County, but the address is 175 Tri County Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45246. Call (513) 721-1025, 513-868-9281 or dial toll-free 1-800-215-5305 for information on applications. Housing resources and other aid is offered for senior citizens and the elderly in the Ohio community. Many have information on low income private and public senior housing.
HPP - Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing is coordinated by the state of Ohio and non-profits in Butler County. Much of the support for tenants that are behind on their rent (or that are homeless) is non-financial, and this includes legal aid, case management, and general guidance. However some charities may offer grants to help with rent or other housing costs. More on Butler County Ohio homeless prevention.
Family Services - The nonprofit may have temporary cash assistance for numerous housing costs, including rent. Applicants can usually only apply at most once per year, and generally receive a few hundred dollars. The location is 1131 Central Avenue, Middletown, Ohio 45042. Phone number is (513) 423-4637. Or try to call (513) 603-8200 for Service/Intake and hours.
Salvation Army of Middletown is another option. Whether a free motel voucher, homeless shelter, or emergency financial help for mortgages or a partial rent payment, resources are offered from 106 North Clinton, Middletown, Ohio 45042. Telephone number (513) 423-9452 for intake. This location offers many of the same resources as the agency listed above.
God’s Lighthouse offers referrals and basic needs. Rarely are funds for housing offered. Dial (513) 571-2933, and the location is 3013 Seneca Street, Middletown, Ohio 45044. Phone (513) 261-8746
Oasis Church - Very limited funding. Shelter and transitional housing may be offered, as well as money for partial overdue rent or deposit payments. Address is 6927 Lefferson Road, Middletown, Ohio 45044. Call (513) 424-7150.
Faith Community united Methodist Church covers Lakota school district only. Address is 8230 Cox Road
West Chester, OH 45069. The church will only offer rent help, in the form of loans or other support, to residents facing homelessness, as funding allows. Call (513) 777-9533.
Legal Aid Society of Butler County Ohio. Dial (513) 241-9400. Pro-bono attorneys can offer guidance and free advice to tenants with an eviction notice. Other services include mediation, representation, and referrals to other housing and security deposit programs.
Veterans in Butler County can get help. There is a resource center at 633 High Street, Hamilton, OH 45011. Applications to VA benefits, grant money for paying rental arrears or security deposits, job programs, transportation and more is offered. There is also emergency rent or mortgage help from SSVF as well as utility deposit assistance. Call (855) 557-8387
Dublin House is part of National Church Residence, and the location is 1425 Central Avenue, Middletown, Ohio 45042. There may be transitional housing, homeless shelters, free motel or hotel vouchers for women fleeing violence and other support. Call (513) 424-4828
YWCA helps adult women with mental illness only. Short term housing, furniture, basic needs, and emergency rental assistance may be offered to help house them from 244 Dayton Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Call (513) 856-9800.
Neighborhood Housing Services focuses on home buying and repairs, including loans. Low income renters can learn about options around purchasing from 100 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Phone: (513) 737-9301.