Please take a look at the current residential wait list and other information down below. Although we cannot place individuals directly from our office, hopefully you’ll find some useful information in the list of links. Wait list times may vary, so reach out to other programs that may suit your needs,
Disclaimer: We do NOT have any association or partnership with the resources below, they are for educational purpose only.
While First Community Housing is dedicated to housing initiatives, please note we do not assist in locating housing. For inquiries related to waitlists or rental details, please contact the property you're interested in directly. Unfortunately, we do not offer rental assistance. We are not Social Services. If you are in need of government assistance, please go to: Santa Clara Social Service.
Affordable Housing provides innovative solutions to help solve and simplify some of the most complex challenges relating to affordable housing in the United States. They built a data driven platform with a suite of solutions for residents, landlords, housing agencies and municipalities. Our new platform is designed to increase efficiency by putting all affordable rental housing in one place on one common and easy to use platform
Affordable Housing Online has served low income renters in the U.S. for more than 15 years with the most complete and up-to-date info on low income housing, affordable housing, affordable apartments, subsidized housing, Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)
The city of San Jose finds high-quality, affordable rental housing opportunities located throughout San José
MyHousingSearch.com, serves renters nationwide with the most comprehensive and up-to-date housing information for every need and budget. Search affordable, accessible, market-rate, senior, veteran, Section 8 housing opportunities, and more!
Parents Helping Parents provides support, resources, and information about raising your loved one of any age with any disability or special needs diagnosis.
Single Mothers Outreach is non-profit organization born in 1986 to support families facing sudden housing instability, income loss, emotional trauma, and social deterioration as the result of divorce, abandonment, or widowhood.
Sunday Friends family members learn essential life skills (Financial, Health/Wellness, Career Readiness, and Communication Confidence), while receiving basic necessities and nutritious foods for the whole family. The program helps underserved families be stabilized and educated to improve their financial standing, health, career earning capacity, and self/children/family advocacy in school, their community, immigration status, and beyond.
Shine gives young moms the tools and resources they need to thrive as students and parents.
For over thirty years, Family Supportive Housing has been helping homeless single- and two-parent families with children remain intact, while addressing their needs for food, shelter, employment and education. They offer families a respite, an opportunity to make life-altering changes, and a system to aid in finding permanent housing.
Pacific Clinics is California’s largest community-based nonprofit provider of behavioral and mental health services and supports. Its team of more than 2,000 employees speak 22 languages and are dedicated to offering hope and unlocking the full potential of individuals and families through culturally-responsive, trauma-informed, research-based services for individuals and families from birth to older adults.
The goal of FIRST 5’s Family Resource Center Initiative is to give Santa Clara County families the skills and capacity to promote their children’s development, ensure their children’s school readiness, build strong family relationships, and create a connected community.
The Housing and Disability Advocacy Program (HDAP) was established in 2016 to assist people experiencing or at risk of homelessness who are likely eligible for disability benefits by providing advocacy for disability benefits as well as housing supports.
Silicon Valley Independent Living Center (SVILC) is a nonprofit, non-residential organization that provides free services to all persons with disabilities of all ages who seek services to help further their independence in Santa Clara County.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs provide assistance to people who meet their requirements for disability.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Santa Clara County (SVdP) provides person-to-person services to help our neighbors in need. SVdP respects the dignity of every person. They provide Safety-Net services for families and individuals in our community who are often suffering, forgotten and deprived — the working poor, the homeless, the incarcerated, and all people living on the margins.
The LifeMoves Residential Services Programs provide interim shelter along with food, clothing, household items, Case Management, and supportive services to help homeless Veterans and their families rapidly return to stable housing.
At SeniorHousingNet, they aim to help older adults find housing that will meet their current and future care needs, while allowing the most active and social lifestyles possible. They believe that by helping seniors find the best communities with the appropriate level of care (such as home care, assisted living, or other types of care), they can continue to thrive – both mentally and physically.