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Jefferson County Texas rental assistance.

When facing an eviction, or in rent arrears, there are agencies located across Jefferson County Texas that may be able to help. The case managers from the non-profit or other locations combine cash grants with counseling. The goal is to disburse funds for paying a portion of back rent to keep someone housed, or provide assistance for a security deposit.

Any assistance offered is done so in a confidential manner. There are applications available in the Beaumont area for the disabled, seniors, and underemployed, among others. In general, the agencies will want the applicant to have a source of income so they can pay for future rental expenses on their own. Other program terms may be as follows.

  • Applicants need proof of income and residency.
  • While a grant may be issued for housing costs (such as rent or a deposit) some non-profits may issues loans.
  • Other assistance may include motel vouchers, placement into a shelter, or legal aid.

The main locations to try for help with rent in Jefferson County are below. Some will only offer referrals, and there is often a waiting list in place.

Salvation Army
Main address is 2350 I-10 East
Beaumont, Texas 77703
Dial 409-892-1092
Housing programs range from emergency rent help to funds for utility or energy bills. This is a homeless prevent service for Jefferson County. There may also be furniture for a new apartment, job placement, and more.

Henry’s Place
Address - 1107 McFaddin Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
This is a shelter/center for the homeless. They may only be a source of referrals to transitional housing or agencies to help with a security deposit once stable.




Jefferson County free referral line
Low to moderate income families can be referred to various non-profits, charities, or churches that may assist with rental costs. Or they can learn about short term housing, government grants, and other emergency financial aid for paying rent.

Community Development Department
801 Main Street
Beaumont, TX 77704
Phone: (409) 880-3768
Homeless prevention and rehousing services are administered to the working poor and low income.

Hospitality Center
Location is 3959 Gulfway Drive
Port Arthur, TX 77642
Dial 409-982-4842
Transitional housing/shelter.

Some Other Place
590 Center Street
Beaumont, TX 77701
Phone: 409-832-7976
The homeless and families facing eviction can seek emergency financial aid for rent or other needs.

Jefferson County DHS - Department of Human Services
Telephone - 409-981-5920
Disability services, information on rent or grants as a form of financial assistance, food stamps and other support is offered.

Bering Omega Community Services
713 529-6071
They run HOPWA, which is a housing program only for people with AIDs or HIV. Resources range from funds for first months rent or a security deposit, budgeting, medical care, and much.





Housing Authority of the City of Beaumont
1890 Laurel Ave
Beaumont, TX 77701
Phone: (409) 951-7200
Resources range from section 8 vouchers for rent to public housing and placement into low income apartments.

Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas
2780 Eastex Freeway
Beaumont, TX 77703
The charity would only have referrals. Shelter for women or single moms, information on loan programs for home repairs or back rent, and other support is for tenants.

Jefferson County Legal Aid
2345 I-10 Frontage Rd Ste 3
Beaumont, Texas 77702
Dial (409) 835-4971
Assistance and advice is available from lawyers. Get support in resolving section 8 application denials, eviction help, disputes over payday lenders or loans, access to housing, and more.

By Jon McNamara


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