Other support can be provided as well as soon as possible (ASAP) to families that are faced with a crisis. If you need assistance with paying for your security deposit, moving costs, lease fees, or first months rent, find non-profit agencies or other resources in your city or county below as well. As any need for rental assistance is not usually enough; low income families often have other bills they are struggling to pay.
Any emergency financial assistance can cover housing as well as other emergency expenses, including utilities or storage costs.
They may have referrals. Or the agencies may be able to offer both emergency rent help as well as financial assistance for those bills as well. Any funds paid out will be one-time only. The resources that are available for solving a housing crisis are wide ranging. Get the phone numbers, information, and learn about the application process for various emergency rental programs in your city or county using the resources below. Or if you need information on programs that can help tenants with paying rental deposits in an emergency, several non-profits specialize in that. Locate more info on security deposit assistance resources.
Catholic Charities, San Diego
4575 Mission Gorge Pl # A
San Diego, California
Dial (619) 287-9454 to get information on resources available. However it can include vouchers for food or clothing, emergency funds for rent (if being evicted) or utilities (if shut off)
The Interfaith Shelter Network
3530 Camino Del Rio N # 301, San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 702-5399 coordinates with several neighborhood agencies and charities to provide case management and support services for the homeless. Services offered include assistance in finding and securing temporary shelter, permanent housing, and access to a source of income.
The City of Chula Vista’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP )
The City of Chula Vista’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) helps eligible households in the City of Chula Vista who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters who need help with rent and utilities . Call (858) 694-4801 to speak to a housing representative.
Home- Start Program
City of Santee Rental Assistance- Offers Santee Rental Assistance Program and currently accepting applications on a rolling-basis. Eligible Applications will be reviewed and processed on a first-come; first bases. Preferred Application Method: 5005 Texas Street Suite 203- San Diego Ca 92108 (619) 692-0727- Fax (619) 692-0785
Submit online https://forms.gle/8BfnWUEFuFqXMhFV8
Help with Rent Payments/ Housing Stability Assistance Program of San Diego
The City of San Diego COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program helps to pay past-due, unpaid rent and utilities for individuals and families with low income in the City of San Diego who experience financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Office: 619) 535-6921.
Motel Vouchers- The Red Cross
San Diego Region HQ- 3950 Calle Fortunada- San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 309-1200
All other Residents in San Diego County
For more information on the City of San Diego COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program, please refer to the following or call (619) 535-6921