Shasta County Housing Authorities manage the federal Section 8 program offered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. A Housing Authority provides housing options for low-income individuals and families, including rental housing, rental assistance programs, and Shasta County Section 8 housing choice vouchers in Shasta County, California. The housing vouchers can be used to pay for single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments, and Shasta County Housing Authorities can help determine eligibility for services, complete a Section 8 application, and they may distribute Section 8 benefits. Housing Authorities provide information on Shasta County low-income housing, including Section 8, on their website.
Redding Housing Authority Redding CA 777 Cypress Avenue 96001 530-225-4048
Shasta County Town and City Halls provide a range of municipal services for their residents, including low-income housing assistance. In some areas, the Town or City Hall distributes Shasta County Section 8 housing choice vouchers offered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Town and City Halls provide information on qualifying for Section 8 support, accessing Section 8 benefits, and paying for single-family homes or apartments with Section 8 vouchers in Shasta County, California. They may also provide other rental assistance programs for qualifying Shasta County individuals and families. Town and City Halls provide Section 8 information on their websites.
Anderson City Hall Anderson CA 1887 Howard Street 96007 530-378-6626
Shasta Lake City Hall Shasta Lake CA 1650 Stanton Avenue 96019 530-275-7400
Shasta County Social Services Departments provide a range of support services, including housing assistance and housing choice vouchers, also known as Section 8. Local Social Services offices connect residents with federal programs, such as Section 8 benefits for low-income families and individuals, which are provided through the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Shasta County, California. They can help individuals apply for Shasta County Section 8 benefits, determine eligibility for housing assistance, and distribute Section 8 vouchers. Social Services may also accept applications for low-income housing assistance, and they provide information about these services on their website.
Redding Social Service Department Redding CA 44 Quartz Hill Road 96003 530-225-4116
Shasta County Veterans Affairs Departments provide services to veterans, including Armed Forces veterans and Reserve veterans. Local branches of the VA provide Shasta County housing assistance to veterans who meet eligibility requirements, including Section 8 benefits offered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Veterans can access Shasta County Section 8 benefits, apply for Section 8, or apply for other housing assistance programs through the VA in Shasta County, California. Section 8 housing choice vouchers can pay for homes, townhouses, and apartments. Veterans can learn more about their housing service options, including Section 8, through a local Veterans Affairs Office or the Veteran Affairs website.
Redding Veterans Resource Center Redding CA 280 Hemsted Drive 96002 530-223-3211
Shasta County Veterans Hall Redding CA 1605 Yuba Street 96001 530-245-6848
Shasta County Veterans Service Redding CA 1855 Shasta Street 96001 530-225-5616
US Department of Veterans Affairs-Redding Outpatient Clinic Redding CA 351 Hartnell Avenue 96002 530-226-7555
Veterans Home of California-Redding Veterans Home Redding CA 3400 Knighton Road 96002 530-224-3300
Veterans of Foreign Wars Anderson CA 3210 West Center Street 96007 530-365-9650
Veterans of Foreign Wars Redding CA 1251 Oregon Street 96001 530-241-9168