We help homeless people move from the streets and shelters into permanent housing
Our goal is to help homeless people move from the streets and shelters and into permanent housing.
Our agency does not own housing, but we can provide rent and deposits for people who meet our eligibility requirements.
If you need immediate shelter, please seek help through the “Shelter” portal at the 2-1-1 website. It takes time for us to help you.
Our ability to provide you support depends on you meeting eligibility standards for our various programs, and upon the rules of a particular program. All people seeking assistance are asked to answer basic eligibility questions to see if we can help.
To see if you qualify for one of our programs, follow the contact information below to speak with one of our staff members, or follow this link to complete an Initial Contact Form and provide us vital information that allows us to provide help as quickly as possible. The more information you provide, the more quickly we are able to help.
If it appears you qualify for assistance, we will contact you at the contact information you provide us.
Our programs all have their own eligibility requirements. Our ability to provide help depends on you meeting eligibility requirements of our programs.
Please use this page as a guide — but please note this is a guide only, and answering these questions does not guarantee you will receive assistance.
If you are living in an emergency shelter, in your car, in a tent, or in another place people aren’t meant to live, follow this link to complete an Initial Contact Form.
If you are in housing but have been served a notice that you need to leave because of a failure to pay rent and will be homeless after you are evicted, follow this link to complete an Initial Contact Form.
If you are disabled and living in an emergency shelter, in your car, in a tent, or in another place people aren’t meant to live, follow this link to complete an Initial Contact Form.
If none of these situations describes you, or you need immediate shelter, please visit the “Housing” section of the 2-1-1 website for more resources.