Eviction/Homelessness Prevention near 78205

Eviction/Homelessness Prevention near

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San Antonio residents struggling to pay rent on a current lease or mortgage due to an unexpected crisis should apply for Emergency Housing Assistance using the online application using the link below.

The Emergency Housing Assistance Program makes a one-time payment to the landlord or creditor for no more than three consecutive months or $3,5000.

Residents applying for housing assistance are also eligible to have up to $1,500 of their utility and internet bills paid through the program.

Clients approved for housing assistance through this program are eligible for up to $300 cash assistance for fuel and groceries.

  • A request does not guarantee financial assistance will be provided.
  • Please do not submit more than one request for assistance.
  • Income must be less than 100% AMI. Only available to San Antonio city residents.
  • Must be the primary lease or mortgage holder in a multifamily unit, mobile home, or single-family home.
  • Documentation for proof of hardship that renders the household unable to pay rent, mortgage, or utilities will be required.
  • Click here for documentation requirements.
  • Tip: Gather documentation before beginning to apply because the online application cannot be saved.

Click here to apply for Emergency Housing Assistance.

(210) 207-5910
Anabel Marroquin Villa Send email
(210) 207-5910
Sylvia Medina Send email
(210) 207-5910
This program is active from July 23, 2021 until Dec. 31, 2022

At risk of eviction? Help is available.

The American Rescue Plan offers unprecedented assistance to prevent renters from losing their homes.

Learn about your rights, who to reach out to, apply for emergency aid, and claim your pandemic relief.

Mediation programs for landlord/tenant disputes such as eviction, nonpayment, maintenance issues, etc.

Mediation is a structured process in which an impartial person, the mediator, facilitates communication between the parties to promote reconciliation, settlement, or an understanding between them. If the parties reach a mutually acceptable understanding, the mediator guides them in developing a written agreement.

Mon - Thu: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri: 8:00 am - noon and 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Mediation
(210) 335-2128

Prevention is a coordinated homelessness prevention and eviction response system to help low-income households resolve a crisis that could otherwise lead to a loss of housing.  Common prevention methods include short-term financial assistance, legal assistance, housing case management, etc.  Below are the specific details for this prevention program:  

  • Past due, current and up to 3 months of expected rent costs
  • Past due, current or up to 3 months of expected utility and home energy expenses
  • After the initial 3 months of forward assistance, you can apply for 3 additional months of assistance if funds are still available.

(ESG-CV I, TDHCA)

Income must be at or below 80% of area median income. Applicant must be a Bexar County Resident and at risk of homelessness with eviction notice, qualified for unemployment or atest to reduction in household income, and live in unsafe or unhealthy housing conditions.

(210) 352-2000
Robert Galan Send email
(210) 352-2000
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TRLA's Housing Group protects the rights of low-income tenants and homeowners with the aim of keeping them in their homes and reducing the number of people forced into homelessness.

Fighting discrimination by landlords, lenders, and government entities against tenants based on their race, color, religion, sex, familial status, disability, and national origin.

Enforcing tenant rights regarding landlord retaliation; repairs; late fee limitations; lease termination due to domestic violence, stalking, or military deployment; and catastrophes including hurricanes, fires, and tornadoes.

Defense of people who face eviction.

Defense of people who face termination of their Housing Choice Voucher assistance or have been denied access to subsidized housing programs.

Representing clients in administrative hearings with public housing authorities.

Free

Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Legal Assistance
(210) 212-3700
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For help with food or other needs, please call (210) 732-3776.

 

Case managers are available to provide phone, virtual, or in-person services to help with employment, parenting classes, financial literacy, and others.

 

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Please refer to our program listings below for further details.

Prevention is a coordinated homelessness prevention and eviction response system to help low-income households resolve a crisis that could otherwise lead to a loss of housing.  Common prevention methods include short-term financial assistance, legal assistance, housing case management, etc.  Below are the specific details for this prevention program:  

  • Past due, current and up to 3 months of expected rent costs
  • Past due, current or up to 3 months of expected utility and home energy expenses
  • After the initial 3 months of forward assistance, you can apply for 3 additional months of assistance if funds are still available.

(ESG-CV I and II, TDHCA)

Income must be at or below 80% of area median income (AMI). Applicant must be a Bexar County Resident and at risk of homelessness with eviction notice, qualified for unemployment or attest to reduction in household income, and live in unsafe or unhealthy housing conditions

(210) 732-3776 Send email
Heather Pullen Send email
(210) 732-3776

Prevention is a coordinated homelessness prevention and eviction response system to help low-income households resolve a crisis that could otherwise lead to a loss of housing.  Common prevention methods include short-term financial assistance, legal assistance, housing case management, etc.  Below are the specific details for this prevention program:  

  • One-month rental assistance
  • One-month energy assistance up to $400

(Private funding program)

Income must not exceed 150% of Federal Poverty Level. For families with young children (under 5 years of age). You must be the leaseholder. 60 days proof of income, ID for all adults, birth certificate for children, current lease agreement will be required.

(210) 225-7837
Devon Maddox Send email
(210) 225-7837

Prevention is a coordinated homelessness prevention and eviction response system to help low-income households resolve a crisis that could otherwise lead to a loss of housing.  Common prevention methods include short-term financial assistance, legal assistance, housing case management, etc.  Below are the specific details for this prevention program:  

  • Rental assistance

(ESG CV I, TDHCA and ESG Annual)

Must be the leasholder and be 6-months or more in arrears to apply. Utility payments not included. Income must be below 50% of area median income (AMI). Available to households with a disabled person, disabled veterans, seniors, households with minor children. Housing unit must pass habitability inspection. 60 days proof of income, ID for all adults, birth certificate for children, and current lease agreement will be required to apply.

(210) 220-2463
Devon Maddox Send email
(210) 220-2463 x: 2

Prevention is a coordinated homelessness prevention and eviction response system to help low-income households resolve a crisis that could otherwise lead to a loss of housing.  Common prevention methods include short-term financial assistance, legal assistance, housing case management, etc.  Below are the specific details for this prevention program:  

  • Past due, current and up to 3 months of expected rent costs
  • Past due, current or up to 3 months of expected utility and home energy expenses
  • After the initial 3 months of forward assistance, you can apply for 3 additional months of assistance if funds are still available.

(ESG CV II, TDHCA)

Income must be at or below 80% area median income. Applicant must be at risk of homelessness with eviction notice, qualified for unemployment or atest to reduction in household income, and live in unsafe or unhealthy housing conditions.

(210) 431-6466
Alanah Lavinier Send email
(210) 431-6466