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CITY OF ROSEVILLE: ASSISTANCE TO FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS

CITY OF ROSEVILLE: ASSISTANCE TO FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS #65630903


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  • 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 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.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM

CITY OF ROSEVILLE: HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM #65631240


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

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.
CLEARPOINT CREDIT COUNSELING SOLUTIONS

CLEARPOINT CREDIT COUNSELING SOLUTIONS #65631243


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  • 55 Ivan Allen Jr Boulevard
    Atlanta, Fulton
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    800-750-2227

The credit counselors and outreach team help consumers identify and resolve their financial concerns through budgeting, an understanding of credit, learning how to set financial goals, prioritizing debt repayments and making the most effective financial choices.
CODE COMPLIANCE - NCCDA

NEVADA COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY #4662429


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  • 950 Maidu Avenue, Suite 170
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Code Compliance Division of the Nevada County Community Development Agency promotes and maintains a healthy, safe and desirable living and working environment by administering an enforcement program to correct violations of codes and ordinances enacted by the Board of Supervisors in regards to property, buildings, and structures. Enforces regulations for abandoned vehicles, building code violations, California State Housing Law, condition of existing structures that constitute a clear and present danger to the public, illegal solid waste, and zoning requirements for structures.

Processes abandoned vehicle complaints to remove abandoned vehicles from public and private property. To report an abandoned vehicle, call the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement (AVA) Hotline at 530-470-2750. https://www.mynevadacounty.com/1322/Abandoned-Vehicle-Abatement-AVA-Informat
COMPASSION PLANET

COMPASSION PLANET #65631250


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  • 5505 Whitney Boulevard
    Rocklin, Placer
local_phone
  • Compassion Planet
    916-630-9344

Compassion Planet serves aged-out foster and at risk youth by addressing needs such as housing, life skills, coping skills, nutrition and employment through over 1,200 hours in our year-long intensive Mentor Program.

Trainees are employed by Compassion Planet at Deer Creek Farm and Compassion Thrift Store where a variety of skills training, work experience and an individualized growth plan for each trainee is developed and tracked. Social workers, trauma informed staff and trained volunteers work alongside our trainees in an occupational environment, which provides a controlled setting to discover how everyday life choices can impact future employment, goals and dreams. This hands-on approach gives Compassion Planet the opportunity to address whole-life principles such as finances, decision-making, health, hygiene, communication, nutrition, manners, healthy relationships, character, ethics, and leadership in addition to providing the needed coaching in career development.

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CONTINUUM OF CARE - HRCS

HOMELESS RESOURCE COUNCIL OF THE SIERRAS #70134619


The Roseville/Rocklin/Placer-Nevada Counties Continuum of care promotes community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; provides recommendations for funding to local non-profit providers to quickly re-house homeless individuals and families to minimize trauma and dislocation; promotes access to, and effective utilization of, mainstream resources, and optimizes self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness through coordination and collaboration.

The Continuum is a broad-based coalition of homeless housing and shelter providers, consumers, advocates and government representatives, working together to shape planning and decision-making.

The Roseville/Rocklin/Placer-Nevada Counties Continuum of Care system consists of six core components including:
  • Advocacy on behalf of those who are homeless or are at-risk of homelessness
  • A system of outreach, assessment and prevention for determining the needs and conditions of an individual or family who is h…
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COORDINATED ENTRY - HRCS

HOMELESS RESOURCE COUNCIL OF THE SIERRAS #70134628


The Coordinated Entry system provides a telephone hotline that serves as a centralized gateway for people who are homeless and in need of services in Nevada and Placer counties.

People who are homeless may call 1-833-3PLACER (1-833-375-2237) in Placer County, and 2-1-1 in Nevada County (or 877-847-0499 from outside Nevada County). Callers will be asked several questions to determine their eligibility for various housing programs. Their needs are shared with participating Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras' homeless service providers.

The Homeless Resource Helplines help homeless service agencies throughout Placer and Nevada Counties better coordinate services and prioritize needs. Homeless individuals have their needs assessed in a consistent manner, and the confidential data is placed into a centralized database, the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). The helpline is also available in Spanish.

The Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras launched the Coordinated Entry … [read more]
COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF - AMI HOUSING, TGI-AUBURN, & VOA

COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF #71057624


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  • 211 Placer County
    1-833-342-5211

The COVID 19 Financial Relief program can help when Placer County residents' ability to pay their rent has been affected by COVID-19, as well as those who have been unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This program is for Placer County residents who are:
  • behind on rent
  • not yet behind on rent but who anticipate becoming late on their rent payment

Call 211 Placer County at 1-833-342-5211 (or 1-833-DIAL211) to see if you may be eligible for receiving financial assistance.

Placer County residents are encouraged to call 2-1-1 Placer County if they have experienced any of the following:
  • Received an Eviction Notice
  • Lost 50% or more of your income 
  • Received a 15 Day Notice To Quit
  • Experienced an increase in rent and a decrease in income

If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible for financial relief. Please call 2-1-1 Placer County to learn more about speaking with a specialist.

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COVID-19 GUIDANCE LINKS - CDPH

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH #70579672


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  • Phone 1
    833-422-4255

Face mask guidance as of July 28, 2021https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx
Note: This guidance July 28, 2021 supersedes all prior face coverings guidance.
In response to new CDC Guidelines, CDPH recommends masking for public indoor settings to slow the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant. With more than 90% of the state’s population in areas with substantial or high transmission, the California Department of Public Health recommends universal masking in indoor public settings. The current CDPH masking mandate requires individuals that are not vaccinated to wear face coverings in indoor settings. In addition, face coverings are required in healthcare settings, jails, public transportation and schools.
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All Californians 12 and older are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Youth 12-17 can only get the 2-dose Pfizer vaccine. Pfizer Vacci… [read more]