LOW INCOME/SUBSIDIZED RENTALS
CITY OF DAVIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING
DAVIS UNITED CHRISTIAN CENTER TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Davis provides housing for those who are low-income. To learn how to receive affordable housing and housing vouchers, please look at the website.
The transitional housing program provides safe and stable housing for homeless families. Clients must be employed, in school or taking Life Skill classes.
110 6th St.
Broderick, CA 95605
DAVIS COMMUNITY MEALS AND HOUSING
Davis Community Meals and Housing is a non-profit organization that provides housing, food, and human services to individuals and families in hopes of helping them rebuild their lives.
1111 H St
Davis, CA 95616
FOURTH & HOPE
Fourth and Hope’s mission is to change lives; to provide a continuum of care for the hungry and homeless moving them from the street to stability in Woodland and Yolo County. They provide meals, shelter, rehabilitation, job training and, most importantly, what’s often a last chance for a real, sustainable life. They are a community safety net – and are in the business of helping people rescue themselves.
HAPPY TIME RV PARK
HOMELESS SERVICES TEAM
Happy Time is a place for you to park your RV located at 5160 County Rd 99 Dunnigan, CA 95645.
5160 County Rd 99
Dunnigan, CA 95645
This team works collaboratively with multiple City, County and non-profit programs throughout Yolo County to coordinate services for homeless individuals and those at-risk of homelessness. The approach whenever possible is Housing First, with an emphasis on linkage to ongoing supports. A Social Worker on this team is assigned to the District Attorney Neighborhood Court’s Homeless Restorative Justice Program.
LOW-INCOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS IN YOLO
(530) 753- 2573
SHORES OF HOPE
SHORT TERM EMERGENCY AID COMMITTEE (STEAC)
SUMMER TREE APARTMENTS
TURNING POINT COMMUNITY PROGRAMS HOUSING SUPPORT SERVICES
View a list of properties with affordable rental housing units in Yolo County. Properties with designated senior housing units are highlighted in green.
Owendale Apartments offers 1,2, and 3 bedroom rentals.
3023 Albany Ave
Davis, CA 95618
Shores of Hope is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping individuals that need support through transitional housing, outreach, child development, and transportation services.
110 6th St
West Sacramento, CA 95605
Short Term Emergency Aid Committee (STEAC) provide immediate short-term emergency aid to families and individuals with incomes at or below the federal poverty level who live in Yolo County. Assistance includes providing help with food, rental and utility assistance, and job readiness.
Summer Tree Apartments that offer 1,2, and 3, bedroom apartments. that are located
601 Community Lane
Woodland, CA 95695
Housing Support Services (HSS) assists individuals to live in the least restrictive community-based setting appropriate to their needs, by providing housing and related supportive services.
212 I Street
Davis, CA 95616
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA VETERAN FAMILY SERVICES
Volunteers of America Veteran Family Services assists homeless or about to become homeless veterans and their families in Yolo, Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer Counties through VA and Dept. of Labor funding for housing assistance, employment readiness and job placement, HUD VASH deposit and utilities. We serve 290's and are a Housing First Program (legal, AOD issues, etc.) will be accepted. We serve all veterans with exception of dishonorable. Eligibility of income, documentation, homeless verification apply.
Housing/General Program Info: Contact Melissa (916) 228-3153, email: email@example.com,
Employment/Employee Assistance Program: Contact Darryl (916) 661-5149, email:
Director of the Program: Julie email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 916-551-5162
WOODLAND - AFFORDABLE HOUSING & APARTMENT COMPLEXES
Woodland offers affordable housing to low-income and disabled individuals. To view a list of affordable housing, please look at the website for more information on home prices and deals.
YOLO COUNTY HOUSING
Yolo County Housing is dedicated to working together to provide quality affordable housing and community development services to all within its service area. Its primary programs are funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and through the State of California (OMS and HCD). YCH provides year-round rental assistance through low cost housing that it owns and manages, as well as through housing that it owns in partnership. The three largest programs are the Housing Choice Voucher program (Section 8) , Low Income Public Housing, California Office of Migrant Housing and USDA Seasonal Farm worker Housing.