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Rental assistance in Lubbock Texas.

Find how to get help in paying rent in the Lubbock Texas area. Several agencies, churches, government programs and non-profits focus on assisting people in a crisis. The organizations can provide help for paying their rental costs, security deposits, and moving expenses.

If you are faced with an imminent eviction, or anticipate needing rent assistance in the future, call one of the Lubbock organizations below. The earlier you call the higher chance you will have to receive help from an agency. Funding is always limited, and the demand for services, whether that is financial assistance or landlord/tenant advice, is always high.

If a location in Lubbock doesn’t have funds available to help you with your rent or housing expenses, they can oftentimes refer individuals to various other local charities. Many also have information on other resources, possibly either state or federal government rental programs, such as section 8 or homeless prevention.

Community Development - Housing Department – While mostly offering home repair programs (for heating, sewer, and gas lines) they may have information on other local housing assistance. This includes emergency repair, barrier-free, and in some cases, home buyers assistance to first time buyers who meet income requirements as well. 1625 13th Street, dial 775-2293

Community Housing Resource Board – Low income households can get affordable housing, homebuyer classes, down payment assistance, and low-income rental housing. 1628 Main Street, phone 763-3877

Link Ministries – Runs programs for the homeless. Clients can get referrals to rent and utility deposit programs, as well as loans for moving costs. 1701 Buddy Holly Ave., dial 765-9101

Lubbock Housing Authority – This government agency runs the local Public Housing programs as well as Section 8 housing assistance in the county. Get help with rent for the low to moderate income families, elderly, or persons with disabilities. 1708 Crickets Ave. (Ave. G), telephone 762-1191

Guadalupe Economic Services – Runs social service and financial assistance programs that provide clients with a complete needs assessment, plan of action, and information on housing and rent assistance. Lubbock, TX – 79403, dial (806) 744-4416




SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM – Single parents who are low-income can get assistance with paying their rent, utilities, and more. Address is 102 Ave J, Lubbock Texas. Dial 765-8475

Neighborhood House - Assists with basic needs, including rent. Call for times and services available. Location is 1318 Broadway, Lubbock. Phone 741-0459

Lubbock County General Assistance – This county program offers grants and temporary assistance with paying rent. To qualify for this low income housing program, the household must include a totally disabled adult or minor child and the household must have been without income for a period of time. 916 Main Street, Ste.104, Lubbock. Phone 775-1080

Catholic Charities, based on Avenue J in Lubbock, can offer referrals only. Clients may learn about organizations to try for rent help from loans, low income apartments, and other eviction prevention services. Or the homeless can inquire into security deposits and moving expense reimbursement. For referrals, try the number of 806-765-8475.

Legal Aid Society of Lubbock is made of of volunteer and pro-bono attorneys. They can offer free advice on civil housing issues, such as eviction help or resolve disputes over lease agreements. The non-profit is at 916 Main Street, Lubbock, TX 79401, call 806-762-2325.

Across The Street – Runs a number of services, including an emergency rental/cash grant program. Address is 2002 60th Street, Lubbock, TX 79412, phone (806)762-4010.





Lubbock ESG grants are run by charities, non-profits or church - faith based groups. The federal government funded resource, which is limited, can help with paying back rent and other housing expenses, such as utilities, in a crisis. The intent is on homeless prevention. More on homeless prevention in Lubbock County.

Salvation Army of Lubbock Texas – Provides limited assistance with rent, utilities, food, and more. They also have an onsite Homeless Shelter for individuals and families, as well as a Thrift Store for furniture and other household items. 1111 16th Street, call 765-9434

Interfaith Hospitality Network - Family PromiseNo direct funds for paying rent are offered. However they offer referrals to low income and homeless. Help is offered for families with children, families in multi-family situations and/or undesirable situations, or lower income families in emergency situations. Programs offered may assist with Homeless Court, Volunteers refer clients to rent or financial aid (including security deposits), and there is a Volunteers Uniting Housing program. Also provides counseling and case management in order to help clients find a new home or apartment. Phone 744-5035

Paul's Project - Grace Campus
Location is 1301 Avenue A
Lubbock, TX 79401
A homeless shelter. Dial (806) 500-5006
They help the homeless and recently evicted. Meals, case management, and employment resources are offered from the short term housing site. Post stability, there will be referrals to rent and utility deposit assistance, storage costs, motel vouchers and more.

By Jon McNamara

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