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Permanent Housing Assistance

Contact Coordinated Entry to access services described below

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
Burbank Housing Development Corp.: 526-9733. Rentals & home ownership for low income families & single adults, farm workers, people with special needs & seniors 62+. M-F 9am-12 noon; 1pm-4:30pm. 790 Sonoma Av. (map). Se habla español. For countywide list of Affordable Housing and/or Burbank’s Rental Program Pre-Application, visit:

North Bay Veterans Resource Center (Div. of Veterans Resource Centers of America): 578-8387.  See Veterans Services section.

SHARE Sonoma County: 766-8800. Home sharing program for homeowners or renters who need help at home. Cash and/or service exchange accepted. Each person has own bedroom & possibly a private bathroom. Eases financial burdens, provides companionship & basic assistance. Se habla español.

Silvercrest Housing for Seniors (The Salvation Army): 544-6766. Low income housing for seniors 62+. M-F 8am-4:30pm. Waiting list. 1050 Third St. (map). Se habla español.

Sonoma Co. Housing Authority: 565-7500. Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program for low income families, seniors & people with disabilities seeking housing outside Santa Rosa city limits. Waiting List. M-F 9am-5pm. 1440 Guerneville Rd. (map).  Se habla español.

SonomaWORKS Housing Support Program (HSP): 565-5500.  For families who are homeless & have at least one family member receiving SonomaWORKS benefits in Sonoma County. Helps SonomaWORKS families secure, move into & retain a permanent home, while providing the wrap-around support needed for success. May include partnerships with landlords, move-in assistance, deposits, temporary rental subsidies, financial counseling, credit repair, retention & intensive case management. M-F 9am-5pm. 2227 Capricorn Way, Suite 100 (map). Se habla español.

Reach for Home (formerly North Sonoma County Services): 433-6161.  Clients enter Rapid Re-Housing from First Step and Family Transitional Housing phases, or are referred by other agencies. Over a nine-month period, clients receive decreasing amounts of short-term rent subsidies as they acclimate to budgeting rent & building self-sufficency, before transitioning to paying market rents. By appointment. Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm.  443 Hudson St. (map)   Se habla español. Also see Financial Assistance & Transitional Housing.

Petaluma Ecumenical Properties (PEP): 762-2336.  For low income seniors 62+ & people with mobility issues. M-F 8am-4:30pm. 306 Mountain View Av. (map). Se habla español.

Santa Rosa Only
City of Santa Rosa Housing Authority: 543-3300.
 Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program for low income families, seniors & people with disabilities. Federal subsidy helps low-income families to afford private rental housing within city limits of  Santa Rosa. Pay about 30-40% of monthly income towards rent. City of Santa Rosa Housing Authority pays balance to owner within reasonable limits. Waiting list. For more info & list of affordable housing in SR, visit website. M-F 8am-5pm. 90 Santa Rosa Av. (map). Se habla español.

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