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April 2, 2023
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Just because you are 100% eligible does not mean that they have rent assistance available for you to receive help with rent or that you will receive a call back or even a screening for rental assistance in Sacramento from places that help pay rent. Since the downturn of the economy years back, there are no more churches that help pay rent near me. The churches in Sacramento that help pay rent all requested to be taken off the list. To prepare for a screening by a program that pays your rent, here's what you need to include in your message:
> 95% of the time, they are out of funds.
· Have a three-day notice in hand at your screening and before you leave a message.
· Have a copy of your lease agreement.
· Provide proof of household income and show how you will pay all of your rent next month.
· Programs will call your landlord and will not pay any of the late fees or back rent.
· State who lives in your home, such as infants, seniors, and/or disabled.
· Have a specific reason, such as an emergency, why you do not have all of the money for rent.
· Programs will not provide all of your rent. Show that you have at least 75% of the money.
· It is possible to have two programs that help with rent concurrently. For example, one program covers $100, and a local church gives you $25 to help cover your total rental assistance needs. By Victor Stark

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
For general information about renter's help, visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website, which has an updated clearinghouse of Help for Renters information.

Sacramento Emergency Rental Assistance (SERA) Program
Sacramento, CA.
(916) 449-1266
Beginning on Friday, February 11, 2022, the SERA Program established a waiting list for all applications and re-certifications received after that date, regardless of eviction notice. The SERA Program continues to provide priority to applicants in the City and the County who have received an eviction notice that has been filed with the court, and work will begin processing the application immediately when there is evidence of a pending court date. Please note that state eviction protections only apply to applications submitted before April 1, 2022.
The SERA Program is currently prioritizing rental assistance over utility assistance in the effort to keep families safely housed.
As of April 20th, 2022, more than 12,000 households have received a total of approximately $104 million in rental and utility assistance. At this time, the SERA rental payment program does not have enough funding to assist all of the 30,000+ applications already submitted. SHRA has applied for additional emergency rental assistance from the U.S. Department of the Treasury; however, it is not known if, or how much, additional funding will be awarded to Sacramento. To view the emergency rental assistance fund eligibility requirments, Documentation requirments Click here: Aplication for emergency rental assistance OR RECERTIFY

California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. Sacramento, CA.
(916) 564-4053
(800) 432-2724 Toll Free.
California Indian Manpower Consortium is a program for low-income Native American people residing off-reservation through a subcontract agreement with the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. Funding is provided through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) program, American Indian Set-Aside, and the State Office of Economic Opportunity. The program offers a wide range of services. To be eligible for direct services, you must prove Native American heritage and live in a poverty household in an off-reservation county such as Sacramento. The CSBG program goals include:
  • Emergency Rental Assistance in Sacramento.
  • Emergency Housing Assistance to prevent eviction, to obtain suitable housing, or provide assistance to homeless families transitioning to permanent housing.
  • Utility Assistance to prevent disconnection of utilities or to restore services.
  • Obtaining emergency assistance to meet the immediate and urgent needs of the family.

Travelers Aid Society Sacramento
2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822-4490
(916) 399-9646 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Travelers Aid Society Sacramento sometimes has a limited amount of rental assistance funds available to help pay rent at the beginning of each month. You must call first; no walk-ins are accepted. The Travelers Aid emergency assistance agency is known to be fair in their screening process, although having a caseworker or Pastor to advocate for you may help. The assistance is available for the following zip codes: 95820, 95822, 95823, 95824, 95826, 95828, 95829, 95830, 95831, and 95832.

The Salvation Army Sacramento Family Services
4350 Raley Boulevard, # 200, Sacramento, CA 95838
(916) 678-4050
You must call on Monday only 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for Salvation Army rental assistance. NOTE: If you receive a 3 day pay or quit, then you will still have to wait until Monday to call for an appointment to receive Salvation Army help with rent. Once (and if) you get through on the phone to the Salvation Army Sacramento rental assistance, then you may receive an appointment to come in for a "screening" to determine if Salvation Army pays rent.

Folsom Cordova Community Partnership 10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95670
(916) 361-8684 x5 Monday only 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and leave a message.
Rental assistance Sacramento by appointment only. Safety net services Sacramento serves all zip codes. In order to receive rent assistance Sacramento or Eviction Avoidance assistance you must have a 3-day pay or quit or a final notice. Call for help with rent between the hours 9:00 am and 10:00 am on the LAST MONDAY OF THE MONTH ONLY. No calls are accepted before or after this time. You must press the number Five (5) and leave your name and phone number on the Safety-Net voice mail box.

Saint Vincent de Paul Society P.O. Box 162487, Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 572-7553 or try (916) 371-5264
Person-to-person help with: rent, utilities, transportation, clothing, food, furniture, household goods, housing, referrals. Emergency rent assistance Sacramento Messages are checked Monday through Friday. Your call will be referred to the nearest local conference volunteer who can respond to your rent help Sacramento request. Responses usually occur within 24 to 48 hours.

Greater Sacramento Urban League 3725 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95838
(916) 286-8607 No walk ins, by appointment only.
Rental assistance Sacramento provided on a first come first serve (very limited) bases. Serves all zip codes for help to pay rent near me.

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