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Modesto, California

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We have listed all of the financial assistance programs and resources that we have located in Modesto, California below. Many are government and non profit programs. Also check our area cities for resources as the help they provide may be transferable between cities. If you know of any programs in Modesto that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.

This is a private and user contributed database of local government or non-profit agencies that provide people with help who are in financial distress. Services range from help paying rent to Christmas assistance, utility paying assistance. We list any resource we find that can help people out.

Housing Authority - Stanislaus County

1701 Robertson Road
Modesto, CA - 95358
(209) 557-2000

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The Housing Authority administers a number of Section 8 rental assistance programs for low-income families. The objective of these programs is to provide adequate housing for low income families by subsidizing a family’s rent in an privately-owned rental unit. Section 8 refers to the section of the United States Housing Act which provides federal funding for these programs. The

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Stanislaus Community Assistance Project

2209 Coffee Road Ste A
Modesto, CA - 95355
(209) 572-2437

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This organization provides rent payment assistance for persons with AIDS/HIV. The HOPWA grant allows SCAP to provide a "One Stop Center" for our HIV/AIDS clients to alleviate and reduce stress risks endured by being referred from agency-to-agency. By maximizing client needs with a combination of Program and Support Services provided by the HOPWA grant, SCAP will be able to provid

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Community Housing and Shelter Services

823 15th Street
Modesto, CA - 95354
(209) 527-0415

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Rental Assistance is provided to those who quality AND when funding allows. Assistance may be provided if the following criteria is met: 1. Families are moving into a rental unit but cannot afford all move-in costs: * Rent must not exceed 80% of total verifiable income * You must have possession of a valid rental agreement * You CANNOT move-in, move b

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