Fair & Affordable Housing Resources

Notice of Funding Availability: Updated Deadline June 29, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.

The City has released a NOFA for the Orange Bluff and Walnut Bluff Workforce Housing Developments.

Notice of Funding Availability (PDF) and Addendum to NOFA (PDF)- Posted April 27, 2023

Find a list of affordable housing in Signal Hill as well as information about Section 8 and the Los Angeles County Housing Authority.

Housing Rights Center

The Housing Rights Center (HRC) is the nation's largest, nonprofit civil-rights organization dedicated to identifying impediments to fair housing and combating discrimination.

The Housing Rights Center provides a variety of programs and services to its clients free of charge. Programs and services include discrimination complaint investigation; enforcement and litigation; landlord / tenant counseling; outreach and public education; predatory lending hotline; and advocacy.

Housing Rights Center Contact Information:

Los Angeles Office
3255 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1150
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Telephone: 800-477-5977
TTY: 213-201-0867

Home Rehabilitation Program for Veterans

There is a non-City program, administered by Habitat for Humanity, which provides financial assistance to veterans in need of home repairs.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles provides repairs and non-cosmetic improvements to low-income veteran households to help alleviate health and safety issues in and around their home. Up to $15,000 in assistance is available to veteran homeowners. Homeowners repay for services through a 3% interest, silent, forgivable loan. To qualify, veteran homeowners must demonstrate proof of homeownership, low-income status and an honorable service discharge.

For more information on how to apply and eligibility criteria, please visit Habitat for Humanity's website.

Links to Additional Resources

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

National Fair Housing Advocate