See local rent assistance programs below. Funding availability may vary. Be sure to check all available resources. Some program applications require landlord participation. Others do not.
If your community is not listed, please contact your local government to see what resources may be available.
Beaumont area (through Legacy CDC): 409-832-2723
Port Arthur area (through Legacy CDC): Call 409-832-2723
Dallas County (applications are open, but all funds have been spent)
Galveston County: Call Mainland Community Partnership at 409-643-8240
Hardin County (through Legacy CDC): Call 409-832-2723 or 409-832-2723
Jefferson County (through Legacy CDC): Call 409-832-2723 or 409-832-2723
Orange County (through Legacy CDC): Call 409-832-2723 or 409-832-2723
Taylor County (can also call 325-674-1341 or pick up forms in person at Taylor County Social Services Office, 400 Oak St., Suite 202, Abilene, TX 79602)
Webb County: Call (956) 523-4182
North Texas - DHA Emergency Housing Voucher Program
- Texas Emergency Rental Assistance Program offices
- Consumer Financial Protection Protection Bureau Rent Help Finder
- Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs' Help for Texans
- Call 211 or visit 2-1-1 Texas
- Contact a HUD-approved housing counselor. Call 800-569-4287 or search online for an agent.
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