Housing Resources

Recursos de alojamiento

Covia HomeMatch Program connects homeowners with home-seekers who need an affordable place to live.

Marin Housing Authority is a public corporation authorized to provide affordable housing for low and moderate income people. Marin Housing also coordinates Section 8 housing in Marin County and provides a Housing Assist-line at 415-491-2345.

County of Marin Housing Resources is a list of housing resources and other housing programs available in the County of Marin.

CLAM (Community Land Trust Association of West Marin) works to ensure the ongoing vitality and diversity of West Marin’s communities by taking residential property out of the speculative market. CLAM facilitates the Real Community Rentals program west of the San Geronimo Valley.

Bolinas Community Land Trust is a local non-profit dedicated to creating, preserving and sustaining long term affordable housing in Bolinas. Through outreach, tenant advocacy and property management, they strive to support a thriving, vibrant and diverse community.

EAH Housing List (non-profit affordable housing provider) helps you search their database for housing based on your criteria

Victory Village is a senior affordable rental community in Fairfax currently under construction, with completion projected for summer 2020. Check the website for updates on waiting list.

Openhouse enables San Francisco Bay Area LGBT seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing housing, direct services and community programs.

Affordable Housing Inventory for Sonoma County compiled by the Sonoma County Community Development Commission to assist Sonoma renters in locating affordable units.

Eden Housing is a non-profit affordable housing provider. Their property locator helps identify find properties near you that fit your criteria.

Petaluma Ecumenical Properties (PEP) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing limited-income seniors access to affordable quality housing with supportive services and advocacy.

San Rafael Rotary Manor‘s waitlist is open indefinitely, however, that is subject to change. The manager reports an approximate 16-month turnaround time for available units. Rents are below-market rate, ranging from $700/month for a small studio to $927/month for a 1 bedroom apartment.

Resources for people without housing

Recursos para personas sin techo

St. Vincent De Paul Society of Marin County services include homeless prevention, housing help desk, free dining room, jobs stipend and employment training, and community court. Their housing help desk provide basic items (blankets, toiletries) as well as help assess your barriers to housing and create a personal housing plan.

Ritter Center’s Housing First Program helps individuals who have been chronically homeless in Marin for longer than 5 years find permanent supportive housing.

Homeward Bound of Marin provides individual and family resources for emergency, temporary, and transitional housing and support in Marin. Family Services Program provides counseling, children’s activities, and help finding child care and securing long-term housing.

Buckelew Programs provides services and housing to increase the self-sufficiency and enhancing the quality of life for adults with mental health and addiction challenges in Marin, Napa and Sonoma

Marin Housing Authority is a public corporation authorized to provide affordable housing for low and moderate income people. Marin Housing also coordinates Section 8 housing in Marin County and provides a Housing Assist-line at 415-491-2345.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa is a first point of contact if you are homeless or at imminent danger of becoming homeless. The center provides resources, counseling, intake for shelters, and other services for those in need. It also has showers, laundry, telephone, and mail services.

211 connects Bay Area residents with health & human service programs in their local community. From food to housing, income & expenses, transportation, health care, legal services, re-entry, children and family, and more.

Canal Alliance ofrece servicios legales de inmigración, además de servicios educativos y sociales, para ayudar a los inmigrantes latinos y a sus familias a realizar sus sueños en Marin.