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2431 W. March Lane #350
Stockton, CA 95207
M-F 9am - 5pm

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(209) 472-7200
contact@cvlihc.org

Central Valley Low Income Housing Corporation

We help homeless people move from the streets and shelters into permanent housing

 

Central Valley Low Income Housing Corp.

Apply For Help

Our goal is to help homeless people move into housing. We also provide fast, effective prevention services for extremely low-income people who are at risk of becoming homeless.

We do not have apartments or houses available to rent.

Click the link below to start the application process.
Application Form

Please be aware it may take time to help you. If you need immediate shelter, you can find shelter information at 2-1-1 website. We participate in the local Coordinated Entry System. If you are homeless, your information will be forwarded to the Coordinated Entry System, which provides fair and equitable access to limited help in our community.

Stories of Success

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Town Center Studios is 40 units of housing for persons who are chronically homeless, developed in partnership by CVLIHC, STAND, City of Stockton, San Joaquin County and Dignity Health.

“They really helped me out to make my life better, and I can proudly say I am in a home — I have been in program over a year now. I am so grateful to all of them. There are programs all around California. It’s awesome how they work side by side to help me. I love my home. They truly help.”

~ Diane Ellis, resident of Town Center Studios


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Dignity Health is one of our biggest partners and supporters. They have provided funding and support for Town Center Studios, the City of Stockton’s first motel-to-permanent housing development supported by Project Homekey.

“Dignity Health stepped up when we needed it, and we look forward to working with Dignity to show the community providing permanent housing is more humane and more cost-effective way to address chronic homelessness.”

~ Jon Mendelson, CVLIHC Executive Director

 

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Our Programs

By providing permanent housing opportunities, CVLIHC enables homeless individuals and families to move from shelters and the streets into real housing that improves their financial, emotional and physical wellness.

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COVID-19 Response

If you have lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic and are unable to pay rent or are homeless, we may be able to provide support.


Eligible households must be able to show that their loss of income, inability to pay rent, or homelessness is a direct result of the pandemic.

If you are unable to pay rent or are homeless because of COVID-19, follow this link to our COVID-19 application portal.

Please be aware that our resources are limited to certain cities and areas within San Joaquin County.

If you are in need of homeless prevention support for other reasons, follow this link to our Initial Contact Form.

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Homelessness Prevention

If you are at imminent risk of homelessness, we may be able to provide rent support to prevent you from becoming homeless. Eligible

households must be residents of San Joaquin County, make less than 30% of Area Median Income, and be able to document they are imminent risk of homelessness.

If you have been served with a notice to vacate and are facing homelessness, follow this link to our Initial Contact Form.

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Rapid Re-Housing

If you are a family with minor children living in a homeless shelter, in your car, or in another place not meant for human habitation, we may

be able to provide rent and deposit support to help you enter permanent housing.

We also may be able to provide extremely short-term rent and deposit support if you are a household without children.
Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin County and homeless to qualify, as well as other program eligibility requirements.

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Permanent Supportive Housing

If you meet the federal definition of “chronically homeless,” we may be able to provide ongoing rent support, case management, and

wraparound services.

Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin County and qualify as “chronically homeless,” which means having a permanent disability and being homeless for more than 1 year (or being homeless for a total of 1 year spread over 4 different time periods within 3 years).

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Other Partner Projects

We also offer several assistance programs that require referrals from other agencies. If you are homeless and have a child younger than 5, please

contact First 5 San Joaquin about the HousingWORK program.

If you are facing housing challenges and are a consumer of behavioral health services, please contact San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services about the CHOICE program.

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Town Center Studios

TCS is a 40-unit development partnership with the City of Stockton and STAND for people who are “chronically homeless.”

Town Center Studios is a permanent supportive housing solution that effectively ends homelessness for its residents.

If you are chronically homeless and wish to inquire about vacancies, follow this link to our Initial Contact Form.

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We are a 501c(3) nonprofit that provides permanent housing resources and support services to homeless individuals and families living in San Joaquin County, CA.

Let's Connect


Contact Us

2431 W. March Lane #350
Stockton, CA 95207
(209) 472-7200
contact@cvlihc.org

Programs

Shelter Plus Care
Rapid Re-Housing
Homelessness Prevention
Housing Work Opportunity
COVID-19 Homeless Prevention

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