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Rent assistance Tulare County.

Get rental assistance from charities, churches and government agencies in Visalia and Tulare County California. Several programs provide emergency financial assistance for housing costs, including for security deposits. Find help with rent near you in Tulare County.

Funds will be provided to qualified low income families, single mothers or seniors who are facing eviction from their homes or apartments. Tenants will get money to pay rent or utility bills as well as access to free tenant lawyers or section 8 housing vouchers, including no-wait list apartments in Tulare County. There are also luxury apartments that take section 8.

The non-profit agencies, churches, charities, and government organizations below provide resources to low to moderate income families who are faced with an eviction, unemployed, or who may be currently homeless. Assistance can range from providing cash to pay security deposits, money for moving costs, and emergency rental assistance. The homeless in Tulare County may even be able to find free vouchers for hotel or motel stays. Call one of the leading agencies listed below for emergency rent help in Tulare County California.

Organizations that help pay rent in Visalia and Tulare County

Community Services & Employment Training Inc. (CSET) – This organization has a few locations in Tulare County as listed below. They can provide rent payment help in a crisis situation, as well as longer term self-sufficiency, such as assistance with finding a job. There are also transitional housing programs. Call the location for help with paying rent or housing expenses. The locations are the main office address

  • 4025 W. Noble, Visalia, California, Telephone Number 559-713-5000.
  • 312 NW 3rd Ave, Visalia, CA 93291-3626. Call (559) 732-4194
  • 927 S. Center St., Pixley, CA 93256. Main number is (559) 575-0098. This non-profit government organization also is a place to place for housing assistance, HUD counseling, and cash grants from the Emergency Food and Shelter program.
  • Another site is at 108 E. Morton Ave, Porterville, CA 93257. Dial (559) 216-0525
  • Housing Services is also offered at 12384 Ave 416, Orosi, California 93647. Dial - (559) 528-1095

 

 

 

Kings Tulare Homeless Alliance
Address: 1900 N Dinuba Blvd, Visalia, CA 93291. For referrals to rent assistance programs, dial (559) 738-8733
The non-profit is a clearing house. They provide referrals to housing programs, including for lot rent, veteran grant programs, and help for migrant workers in Tulare County.

Housing from Visalia Emergency Aid
Address 217 N.E. 3rd Ave, Visalia CA. Telephone Number 559-732-0101
Provides emergency shelter, financial aid for housing expenses, and limited amounts of immediate rent help. A focus is on homeless prevention and rapid rehousing, including for parents with kids.

Tulare County Housing Authority
Location is 1138 S. Crenshaw, Visalia, CA. Dial 559-738-8450
Programs administered here include the federal government section 8 housing voucher program. They also run the local homeless prevention and rapid re-housing resource, which offers funds for rent, deposits, utility connections, moving expenses, and other housing aid. There is generally a waiting list in place, but section 8 in California may help very low income families.

  • Another Section site is available too. Housing Authority Of The County Of Tulare - Visalia. Main address - 5140 W Cypress Ave, Visalia, CA 93277. Phone number - (559)627-3700. Another government organization / housing authority. Programs include Low Income Rent Subsidized Housing and various other Public Housing resources.

Self Help Enterprises Visalia
8445 W. Elowin Court, Visalia, California 93290. Call 559-651-1000
This is a Non Profit organization that provides emergency housing assistance, including information on no interest loans for paying back rent. Most programs are HUD certified.

 

 

 

 

Visalia Rescue Mission - Runs a men's residential homeless shelter program. This is located at 741 N Santa Fe St, Visalia, CA 93292. Phone: (559) 740-4178. A women’s and children shelter is at  831 E Houston Ave, Visalia, CA 93292, call 559-734-7921. There is also shelter for migrant kids.

Housing Services - CSET Programs
Address - 176 N Front St, Earlimart, CA 93219. Call (661) 849-2960 for service/intake
The government funded Emergency Food and Shelter covers all of Tulare County California. This can include emergency motel vouchers in Tulare County, emergency rent help, including for a mobile home and more. Or more on rent assistance from CSET.

Agency on Aging
5957 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia, CA 93277. Phone: (800) 321-2462
The non-profit helps seniors only. Funds for rent, furniture or household items, and low income apartments can be arranged.

Rent assistance Tulare CountyBethel Spanish Assembly Of God
1177 N. Ventura, Farmersville, CA 93223. Main number - (559) 747-3708
Immigrants and Spanish speakers can receive help. Free temporary housing, rent money, grants for a deposit and more.

Strathmore Coordinating Council
189 N. Elmwood Avenue, Lindsay, CA 93247. Primary Phone Number - (559) 562-4434
Partners with local churches, charities, and government housing authorities to provide emergency rental assistance, eviction prevention, and other support to families with children, the low income, and others in the community.

Tenant homeless prevention will help low income families, seniors, and the disabled. HPP may provide a grant for paying any arrears on rental costs. The assistance in Tulare County also includes rehousing, and non-profit provide shelter, motel vouchers, as well as rental or utility deposits to clients. More information on help with an eviction Tulare County.

Salvation Army Service
The leading non-profit organization in Tulare County California. Programs include limited funds for paying rent and electric bills, money for security deposits, eviction prevention, case management, and other social services. Get help in applying for LIHEAP too. They may also have loans or support for the disabled.

  • 162 W Olive Ave, Porterville, CA 93257. Phone: (559) 782-0861
  • 1501 W Main St, Visalia, CA 93291. Phone: (559) 733-2784

Central California Legal Services
Location is 2025 W Feemster Ave, Visalia, CA 93277. Call (800) 675-8001

Tenants on a very low income, and seniors or the disabled regardless of their household status, can get help in stopping an eviction. Pro-bono lawyers help low-income families with an eviction notice as well as applications to government benefits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WestCare
They only help veterans. Address: Tulare, CA 93274. Phone: (559) 510-6300
Provides Veterans with financial assistance, rapid rehousing and rent money for their housing needs to prevent an eviction.

Proteus
Rent and housing for migrant farm workers only, immigrants and asylum seekers in Tulare County. All applications are in Spanish too. Other services are provided too.

  • 1830 N Dinuba Blvd. Visalia, CA. 93291. Call (559) 733-5423
  • 5750 Ave. 378, Dinuba, CA 93618. Number is (559) 595-0723
  • 224 NW 3rd Avenue, Visalia, CA 93291. Dial (559) 627-0100

Open Gate Ministries
Assistance is only for the towns of Orosi, Cutler and Dinuba. Call 559-591-1241 for information on resources for rent and other aid. The location is 511 N K St, Dinuba, CA 93618.

Goshen Family Center
Location is 6505 Avenue 308, Visalia, California 93291. Primary Phone Line - (559) 735-8173
Runs various programs for families with children, the unemployed, seniors, and others in the community.

 

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