One of the Core Service Centers that acts as a safety net by providing human services programs for residents of Pacifica.Provides food boxes, rental assistance, housing support, casework, referral to other agencies, diapers, baby wipes, formulas, bus passes, utility payment assistance, the Family Harvest Program, and assistance with a variety of ot...
Provides financial assistance for first month's rent, delinquent rent, and mortgage payment assistance through the Season of Sharing (SOS) fund. Also provides financial assistance for critical one-time needs which cannot be met from other resources through the Season of Sharing Critical Family Needs (CFN) fund.
Agency: GLIDE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH GLIDE FOUNDATION
Provides financial assistance for delinquent rent, mortgage or rental deposit through the Season of Sharing (SOS) fund.Offers financial assistance through the Season of Sharing Critical Family Needs (CFN) fund for critical one-time needs that cannot be met through other resources.
This program provides significant advantages to low-wealth home buyers. Some of these include: Loan products from FDIC-insured financial institutions FHA loan programs Down payment assistance programs Teams of professional realtors committed to working with our clients First-time home-buying programs designed for those with low or moderate incomeTh...
Provides the following services: Emergency food pantry USDA commodities surplus food and food vouchers Emergency rental, mortgage and utility assistance Gas vouchers Bus passes Holiday distributions and back to school backpacks and supplies.
Provides capital to homeowners who have suffered an eligible hardship in order to reduce outstanding principal balances of qualifying properties with negative equity and/or unaffordable first mortgage payments.
Agency: CATHOLIC CHARITIES CYO SAN FRANCISCO, SAN MATEO & MARIN
Offers a range of services to individuals with disabling HIV/AIDS. Services offered including rent, mortgage, deposit, health care expense, financial management, and information and referral, and employment services.
Offers assistance to individuals with HIV/AIDS. Assistance can include meals, utility assistance, rent assistance, and any other needs. Program is available per individuals for 21 weeks annually. However, service can be staggered or continuous.Note: No longer provide home delivered meals.