Low Income Housing for Seniors

Low Income Housing for Seniors

Ventura County and Los Angeles County
Low income senior housing resources

Senior Couple By Low Income Housing

Ventura County Resources

The Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
www.ahacv.org
1400 West Hillcrest Dr.
Newbury Park, CA 91320
(805) 480-9991
Affordable Housing Complexes: www.ahacv.org/PDFs


HomeShare!
www.ventura.org/vcaaa/homeshare
(805) 477-7300

This program matches home providers, primarily seniors, with home seekers who are willing to help with household tasks, transportation, companionship, financial support, or a combination of these in exchange for affordable housing. This program provides housing opportunities for seniors where they do not exist otherwise, although is not limited to seniors. Housing arrangements are beneficial to both parties involved based on the premise that the rental arrangements are constructed based on needs specific to both the provider and seeker.


Senior Concerns
www.seniorconcerns.org
401 Hodencamp Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
805-497-0189

Seniors are the top priority at Senior Concerns, a private nonprofit organization located in Thousand Oaks and serving eastern Ventura County and western Los Angeles County.

For the past four decades, Senior Concerns has provided high-quality, affordable support services to seniors and their families through innovative and effective programs aimed at fostering independence, well-being, and self-esteem.


West Los Angeles County Resources

Area Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles
(Section 8 and Public Housing)

www.hacola.org
700 West Main Street
Alhambra, CA 91801
(626) 262-4510

The Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (Housing Authority) serves in Los Angeles County, administering both the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher and Public Housing programs.


ONEgeneration: Creating Intergenerational Care
Enriching the lives of seniors, children, and their families throughout our diverse community.
onegeneration.org
(818) 705-2345
info@onegeneration.org


Harold’s Help Desk
If you are looking for community resources or would like to receive assistance from a ONEgeneration program please contact our Harold’s Help Desk. You will receive the information or help that you need in finding the right person to help your needs or those of a loved one. Harold’s Help Desk is generously sponsored by The Edelstein Family Charitable Foundation in efforts to aid low income seniors with personal assistance in finding the services they need in-home and in the community.

Assistance and referral services include:

  • Completion of various forms- Insurance/Applications
  • Social security benefit information
  • Veterans Services Referrals
  • Home Chores / In-Home Supportive Services
  • Tax-Aide Assistance
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Money Management
  • Translation Assistance
  • Medication Assistance
  • low income Utility Assistance
  • Health and Wellness Programs and Activities
  • And other relevant needs

Please call Harold’s Help Desk: (818) 708-6624


Helping Hands Foundation The Helping Hands Foundation
http://www.helpinghandsla.org/

(818) 279-6580
info@helpinghandsla.org


Helping Hands offers seniors a care-planning / care coordination service that encompasses a wide variety of service options.

  • Care coordination
  • Placement assistance
  • Veterans Services Referrals
  • Medical equipment
  • Asset protection

There are no income, insurance, or health requirements to be able to access our services and we typically offer to follow up within 2-3 business days of completing an intake with our staff over the phone. Seniors often use our service to set up in-home care, coordinate low-cost placement options, transfer into a nursing home, set up utility assistance, apply for Medi-Cal, connect to a caregiver, and much more… Our service specializes in situations where our clients have moderate to high care needs and limited resources or low income.

Intake criteria require that a senior be over the age of 65 and have a problem that they want to talk about. That’s it. We will also consider working with older adults who are not yet 65 years old if they have either, 1. Medicare recognized long-term disability or, 2. terminal illness.