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211 - CA COVID-19 RENT RELIEF - AMIH

AMI HOUSING, INC #72031456


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  • 11768 Atwood Road, Suite 6
    Auburn, Placer
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  • 833-422-4255
    Housing is Key COVID-19 Assistance Line

CA COVID-19 Rent Relief is a state-wide program for renters and landlords. If you are an income eligible landlord or renter in Nevada County and need help with past due, current, or future rent or utilities because of a financial hardship caused by COVID-19, you may be eligible for assistance through the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program. Payments will be made directly to landlords and utility providers. 

Applications opened on March 17, 2021. For Nevada County, this statewide rent relief is available through Housing Is Key. AMI Housing provides rent relief in Nevada County and will contact eligible applicants who apply through the state's website (HousingIsKey.com) or the state COVID-19 Rent Relief Call Center (833-430-2122).

Visit HousingIsKey.com or call 833-430-2122 to check eligibility, find a Local Partner Network organization near you, and apply today! 

Call for assistance
  • 833-430-2122 - CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Call Center - For additional information, to find a …
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211 - CA COVID-19 RENT RELIEF - HOUSING IS KEY

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF REAL ESTATE #71840666


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  • Phone 1
    833-422-4255

The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program is a state-wide rent relief program for renters and landlords. Applications opened on March 17, 2021. The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program offered by the state is provided on a county by county basis.
  • For Placer County, this statewide rent relief is available through the "Emergency Rental Assistance Program" (or ERAP).
  • For Nevada County, this statewide rent relief is available through Housing Is Key.

California’s COVID-19 Rent Relief for Renters and Landlordshttps://housing.ca.gov/covid_rr/index.html
 
Call for assistance
  • 833-430-2122 - CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Call Center - For additional information, to find a Local Partner Network organization near you, or for eligibility and application help.
  • 833-422-4255 - California Housing is Key COVID-19 Assistance Line

RENTERS
Am I Eligible?

Eligible renters whose landlords choose not to participate in the program may apply on their own and receive 100% of unpaid rent dating from April 1, 202… [read more]
211 - HOUSING IS KEY - APPLICATION ASSISTANCE FROM 211

CONNECTING POINT #72883769


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  • After-Hours
    2-1-1

211 offers Nevada and Placer county residents assistance with applications for the Housing Is Key rental assistance program. People are eligible for assistance with their applications if they have one or more of these barriers to accessing the application:
  • No internet access
  • Don’t know how to use a computer or other device
  • Have a disability that keeps them from being able to use a computer or other device
  • Any other barrier to accessing and completing the online application
Call for assistance
  • 2-1-1 or 833-342-5211 – for assistance with the application if you have a barrier to accessing it
RENTERS
Am I Eligible for the program?

Eligible renters whose landlords choose not to participate in the program may apply on their own and receive 100% of unpaid rent dating from April 1, 2020. Applicants can receive up to 12 months of cumulative assistance unless they were 12 months behind at the time of application in which case they can receive 15 months of assistance.

Applicants will not be asked abo… [read more]
AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS & INFO - ROSEVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY

ROSEVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY #65631425


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  • 316 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Phone 1
    916-774-5270

The Roseville Housing Authority offers Affordable Housing programs and information. https://www.roseville.ca.us/residents/affordable_housing

Among other things, it administers the federally funded Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly Section 8). The HCV Program provides monthly rental assistance to very low income households as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Interested persons can only apply during open enrollment periods, which typically occur every 2-3 years.

People can get on an email list at the following link to be notified of when the HCV list will re-open: https://www.roseville.ca.us/residents/affordable_housing/rental_programs/housing_choice_voucher_program_hcv

Roseville Housing Authority's jurisdiction includes the City of Rocklin (Rocklin is covered by both Placer County Housing Authority and Roseville Housing Authority).

Apartment Communities in Roseville & Rocklin that Accept HCV Rental Assistance (Most recent version i… [read more]
CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE RELIEF

CALIFORNIA HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY #76434224


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  • CALIFORNIA HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY
    Sacramento, Sacramento
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  • HUD-Certified Housing Counselor
    1-800-569-4287

Mortgage relief funds are now available to California homeowners who have fallen behind on their housing payments during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Qualified homeowners will not have to pay back funds that are awarded.

The California Mortgage Relief Program is funded by the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act’s Homeowners Assistance Fund. It was designed to provide assistance to qualified homeowners who have fallen behind on their housing payments due to pandemic-related financial hardships. The program will be provided to homeowners through the CalHFA Homeowner Relief Corporation as part of the state’s Housing is Key initiative.

Participating Mortgage Servicers
See a list of mortgage servicers participating in the California Mortgage Relief Program. Program guidelines dictate that funding for approved applications goes directly to the mortgage servicer. In order for an application to be processed, a homeowner’s servicer must be participating in the program. If your servicer is not listed, yo… [read more]
CHILDREN'S COMMUNITY CHEST - SNCS

SIERRA NEVADA CHILDREN'S SERVICES #66409567


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  • 420 Sierra College Drive
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The Children’s Community Chest Program is a discretionary emergency fund of last resort to meet the needs of children in Nevada and Sierra Counties for which no other community support is available or who find themselves in a situation that requires a timely response. The eligibility area includes parts of the Tahoe-Truckee region that are in Nevada County or Sierra County.

A variety of hardships are funded, such as: emergency rental assistance, transportation needs, utility payment to avoid shut-off, car repairs, medical related costs, counseling services and summer camps.

This is truly a funding of last resort. Requests for Children’s Community Chest must be submitted by local public and nonprofit agencies and may be emailed to lourdesv@sncs.org. Application & Guidelines here: http://www.sncs.org/PDFs/Forms/Community_Chest_Application.pdf. SNCS needs proof of how the money will be spent before they'll provide the funds. For example: a written price quote, bill, etc.… [read more]
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: AFFORDABLE PURCHASE PROGRAM

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631237


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Roseville Housing
    916-774-5270

Roseville has established a 10 percent affordable housing goal (a combination of purchase and rental) in an effort to create a partnership with the development and business communities in providing housing for low to middle income families.

There is a list of subdivisions that still have an obligation for affordable units but they may not have been built or marketed yet. There is information on their website on how to sign up for email notification when affordable purchase units, whether new or resale, become available.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631238


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer

The City of Roseville's 10 percent affordable housing goal includes affordable rental units to provide rental housing for low to middle income families. Affordable Rental Housing Development Agreements (ARHDA), Regulatory Agreements and Owner Participation Agreements are the mechanisms by which affordable units are identified. The agreements require affordability be maintained for a specific time period. City staff monitors each agreement on an annual basis to ensure compliance and reports its findings to the City Council during a public hearing.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: ASSISTANCE TO FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65630903


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Phone 1
    916-774-5475

The First Time Home Buyer Down Payment Assistance Program (FTHB) is designed to promote home ownership for low income, first time homebuyers. Down payment assistance is in the form of a deferred loan (second mortgage), not due and payable until sale, transfer of property or 30 years, whichever happens first. Maximum assistance will be in the amount of $60,000. Contact the City of Roseville to inquire if there are funds available. We always accept applications to add interested buyers to our waiting list.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (RENTAL ASSISTANCE)

CITY OF ROSEVILLE: HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (RENTAL ASSISTANCE) #65630904


The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a program of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) designed to assist very low income families, the elderly and the disabled and help them afford decent, safe and sanitary housing in the privately-owned rental market. Income qualifications must be met in order to be considered for the Housing Choice Voucher program, in which one’s income may be no greater than 50% of the Area Median Income.

Visit City of Roseville's HCV website to see about open availability/waiting lists.