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HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (RENTAL ASSISTANCE) - ROCKLIN, PLACER COUNTY

HUMAN SERVICES - COUNTY OF PLACER #77782007


Housing Choice Voucher program is a part of Human Services, one of six Divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services.

The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) formerly known as the Section 8 Voucher Program, is a rental assistance program to help low and very low-income families, persons with disabilities, and seniors so they can live in affordable, safe, and decent housing. This program covers all of Placer County with the exception of the City of Roseville. The City of Roseville has its own Housing Authority.

Pre-applications will only be taken online during open application periods. All inquiries, questions, and applications can be made as follows:
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AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS & INFO - ROSEVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY

ROSEVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY #65631425


location_on A
  • 316 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • 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]
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: AFFORDABLE PURCHASE PROGRAM

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631237


location_on A
  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • 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


location_on A
  • 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


location_on A
  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • 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 REHABILITATION PROGRAM

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631240


location_on A
  • 316 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer

The Housing Rehabilitation program provides loans and grants for housing occupied by low-income families to correct home health and safety problems and help revitalize neighborhoods. Deferred payment loans (no monthly payment required) of up to $100,000 at 0% interest are available to qualified, owner occupied properties. Loans can also be used to make the home accessible to accommodate persons with disabilities. One time only grants of up to $5,000 are available to low-income elderly and/or disabled homeowners. These grants are used to correct health and safety defects and do not need to be repaid. Program funds are very limited.
FOOTHILLS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

FOOTHILLS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY #65630944


location_on A
  • 8292 Industrial Avenue
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Main Program Office
    916-781-9601

Foothills Habitat for Humanity builds simple, safe, affordable ownership-housing for low income families by partnering with God's people from all walks of life. The vision of Foothills Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate substandard housing in Placer County. Please contact or visit the website for additional information.
SUPPORTING THE TAYLOR HOUSE, INC

SUPPORTING THE TAYLOR HOUSE, INC #65631137


location_on A
  • 202 Taylor Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-947-8823

The Taylor House is a local non profit that offers reasonable and safe housing to young women who have emancipated out of the Foster Care System.

The Taylor House is a completely renovated home in historic Roseville conveniently located within walking distance of the tranquil Royer Park, Roseville Transit Bus Line, across from the Roseville Library, downtown Roseville shopping boutiques, restaurants, street fair, theater and more.

The mission of the Taylor House is to help former foster youth transition into successful and independent adults.

​The Taylor House helps bridge this transition by offering affordable rents while creating a sense of community, that will promote self-worth, build confidence,improve life skills and help the residents build lifelong relationships.
THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - AUBURN

THE SALVATION ARMY #78999111


The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Services include:
  • Church and Spiritual care
  • Food pantry
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Emergency Disaster services
  • Youth programs and Summer camps
  • Women’s and Men’s programs
  • Senior services
  • Intermittent Adult and Family Case Management
  • Rehabilitation Services Referrals 

Auburn Social Service Office Hours
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm Food Pantry
  • Monday-Friday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm Homeless ready-made lunch bags ready all week
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: Appointment only. Appointments are scheduled by Karina

PLEASE NOTE; You must call before bringing in non-food donations to ensure we can take them (PLEASE do not leave non-food donations if no one is here).
THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - ROSEVILLE

THE SALVATION ARMY #69180557


location_on B
  • The Salvation Army Roseville Corps
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Donation Pick-up
    800-728-7825

The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Services include:
  • Food 
    • Food boxes with free bread, fresh produce (when available) and canned goods once per month
    • Food is also available in the lobby once per week
    • Emergency food pantry
  • Community meals
  • Emergency utility assistance (the City of Roseville)
  • Rent assistance - rent and deposit
    • For more information on rent and utility assistance from the Roseville Corps, call 916-784-3382
  • Aid to correctional service families
  • Holiday programs
    • Toys at Christmas
  • Disaster services
    • Emergency preparedness
    • An immediate emergency response including food, water, shelter
    • Getting in touch with loved ones
    • Long-term disaster recovery
    • Spiritual and emotional care
  • Spiritual guidance and counseling
    • Bible study
  • Youth development and recreational programs
    • Homework assistance
    • No-cost after-school programs
    • No-cost tutoring and mentor program
    • Troops program
    • Mus…
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