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SCANPH is a membership-based advocacy organization that does not directly build or provide housing. However, if you are in need of affordable housing in the Southern California region, the following list of resources can guide your search:

Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center
This resource was created to help people list and find affordable, special-needs, accessible, and emergency housing within the County of Los Angeles.

1.877.428.8844  (Toll-Free)

Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles
The Housing Authority manages 14 large family public housing locations (consisting of more than 6,500 units) throughout Los Angeles. To learn more about the program, available sites, and information you'll need to bring with you to your initial interview, please view the How to Apply for Public Housing here.
(213) 252-1020

Pasadena Housing Resource Center
A free platform to list and search for properties in the City of Pasadena and across the County of Los Angeles.
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Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
This independent, non-profit agency serves the unincorporated areas of Ventura County and the cities of Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, Ojai, Simi Valley, and Thousand Oaks.
(805) 480-9991

Housing Authority of the County of Riverside
View available rental listings and information about Section 8 housing.
(951) 351-0700

Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino
This is the largest provider of affordable housing in the County. HACSB owns and/or manages more than 10,000 housing units and serves approximately 30,000 individuals throughout the County.
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Orange County Housing Authority
Administers federally funded programs to provide monthly rental assistance to qualified tenants in privately owned rental housing.

Coachella Valley Housing Coalition
The CVHC has developed and owns 33 rental housing complexes, totaling more than 2,600 homes. Rental projects are developed to house low-income families and individuals looking for a stepping stone to homeownership, and those individuals with special needs unable to find housing in the private market.
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