Rental Deposit Assistance

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-3800.7250

    Programs that provide cash grants or loans for people who are in the process of acquiring rental housing and who can handle the monthly rental payments, but who do not have the assets to pay the first month's rent, in some cases, the last month's rent, and any security deposits required to move in.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Moving Home a Rapid Re-Housing Program, San Diego Housing CommissionProgram is intended to minimize the length of homelessness on individuals and families and helps these households return to permanent housing as quickly as possible. Provides housing location support, stabilization services such as case management and tenant coaching, short or medium term rental assistance, security deposit, application fee, and utility arrears and deposit assistance, and referrals to resources.CentralMoving Home a Rapid Re-Housing ProgramSan Diego Housing Commission
    Rapid Rehousing Program, Alpha Project for the Homeless**IMPORTANT NOTE** Assistance is not immediate. SERVICE ONLY available to homeless individuals and families, NOT those seeking rental assistance to avoid eviction. Those eligible clients will then be placed on a wait list to receive assistance. Offers rental assistance and security deposits as well as landlord advocacy, assistance with finding affordable housing and case management assistance to families and/or individuals who are homeless with the goal of moving them into permanent housing. The services provided are with both, financial and case management assistance that is consistent with the client's individual needs. Experienced housing navigators and case managers regularly engage with clients, providing hands on assistance for those seeking to end their homelessness by providing emergency financial assistance, as well establishing structure for those who have secured housing after entering the Program. **IMPORTANT NOTE** SERVICE ONLY available to homeless individuals and families, NOT those seeking rental assistance to avoid eviction. Those eligible clients will then be placed on a wait list to receive assistance.CentralRapid Rehousing ProgramAlpha Project for the Homeless
    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), Veterans Village of San DiegoThe Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program provides supportive services to very low-income Veteran families who are in permanent housing or transitioning into permanent housing. The goal of the SSVF program is to address Veteran family’s housing crisis using the Housing First model by placing families in permanent housing while providing supportive services to help them maintain their housing. SSVF can provide assistance with rent, utilities, deposits (security or utility), and other expenses related to obtaining and maintaining permanent housing.North CentralSupportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)Veterans Village of San Diego
    Transition Assistance Program, Keep Your Home CaliforniaProvides eligible homeowners who are undergoing a short sale or deed in liue of the foreclosure program with transition assistance when it is determined that they can no longer afford their home. The transition assistance program will be used in conjunction with short sale and deed-in-lieu programs to help homeowners make a smooth transition to housing. Homeowners will be required to occupy and maintain the property until the home is sold or returned to the lender as negotiated. Program funds will be available on a one-time only basis up to $5,000 per household and can be used or layered with other CalHFA MAC HHF programs. Funds will be sent to the homeowner after the short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure closing. Funds are intended to help the homeowner secure new housing (e.g., rent, moving expenses, and security deposits) and will also be available for transition assistance counseling services. Transition Assistance ProgramKeep Your Home California

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