Housing for Families
Families Forward’s Housing Program is designed to help families who have recently faced a crisis that left them homeless. Families Forward helps these families get back on their feet by providing housing, counseling, career coaching, life-skills training, and referral services. Families enrolled in the program may receive rental subsidies to give them time to regain their self-sufficiency. Other supportive services include food, counseling, medical and dental assistance, career coaching and other educational workshops. Length of stay in the Housing Program varies from family to family.
Candidates for the Housing Program must have minor-aged children and be homeless or imminently at risk of homelessness. This is an intensive program designed to help motivated families achieve and maintain financial self-sufficiency.
How to Apply
There is a high demand for entry into our Housing Program and we cannot guarantee placement. If you are interested in applying to the Housing Program, please call our office at (949) 552-2727.
What Happens Next
Because we cannot guarantee a placement in a home at any particular time, we are not able to keep a waiting list. Whenever there is an opening in the program, our case managers review the family information forms that have been submitted. So it is very important that our contact information on each prospective family is current. If you are in an emergency situation or other crisis, call us and we will do our best to assist you in locating other options or check the Community Services page for other resources.
Last Updated: 8/11/2014
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