Housing & Homelessness
Bilingual coordinator links clients with available low-income rental housing coordinator also helps families use the Home Rehabilitation Program which provides home improvement loans homebuyer information and counseling also available.
The mission of the Eau Claire County Housing Authority is to help provide safe: sanitary: and accessible dwelling accommodations for people of low and moderate incomes at rents and prices they can afford: and to help arrange the clearance: re-planning: and reconstruction of areas in which unsanitary or unsafe housing conditions exist.
Under the direction of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, Danielle’s role is to ensure that homeless children and unaccompanied youth attending ECASD have equal access to educational programs provided to non-homeless children and youth.
Provides subsidized rental housing for people who are 50 years old and better: handicapped: or disabled – 16 one and two bedroom apartments small pets (cats and dogs under 20 pounds) for additional $25.00 per month water: sewer: and trash collection included in rent on-site laundry on site.;Accessibility features: Accessible for Disabled Accomodations for persons w/ visual impairments Amenities: Allows Pets Building Accessibility options: Primarily serves seniors Serves disabled Building Amenities – Inside: Allows cats Allows dogs under 20 pounds Allows small animals other than cats and dogs Laundry facilities Building Amenities – Outside: Off street parking Housing Types: Subsidized Rental Housing (Public) Payment Options: Section 8 vouchers Waiting List periods: No waiting list.
Provides emergency shelter for up to 30 days for homeless families and single pregnant women each family has their own bedroom. Supportive services include housing assistance: computer literacy programs: food: household furniture and supplies: and employment assistance. Capacity of 6 families. – Background checks must be completed before individuals can stay at the shelter.;Application Instructions: Call for information during business hours there is no intake after hours or on weekends as background checks need to be completed before individuals can stay at the shelter. Shelter is almost always full – as openings become available individuals on the waiting list are contacted based on immediacy of need of the family. Required Documents: eviction notice ID photo ID Social Security card/number.