City of Davis Affordable Housing
Davis provides housing for those who are low-income. To learn how to receive affordable housing and housing vouchers, please look at the website.
Telephone: (530) 757-5696
Location: 23 Russell Blvd Suite 1, Davis, CA 95616
Davis United Christian Center Transitional Housing
The transitional housing program provides safe and stable housing for homeless families. Clients must be employed, in school or taking Life Skill classes.
Location: 110 6th St, Broderick, CA 95605
Woodland – Affordable Housing/Apartment Complexes
Woodland offers affordable housing to low-income and disabled individuals. To view a list of affordable housing, please look at the website for more information on home prices and deals.
Yolo County Housing
Yolo County Housing provides quality affordable housing and community development services to those in Woodland, West Sacramento, Davis, Winters, Esparto, Yolo, Knight’s Landing, Dunnigan, Madison and Dixon. It also provides safe temporary housing to migrant farmworker families during the county’s growing season and operates two centers in Yolo County.
Location: 147 W Main St, Woodland, CA 95695
Odd Fellows Handy Helpers (Davis)
Volunteers provide free minor home-repair services such as changing light bulbs, fixing screens, and leaky faucets. However, client pays for materials used to repair the home.
Kiwanis Handy Helpers (Woodland)
Kiwanis Handy Helpers provide minor home repairs including toilets, drain clogs, furniture reoairs, and door lock replkacement clients provide needed materials.
Telephone: (530) 661-6039
Yolo County Housing Rehabilitation Program
The program provides low-interest rate loans for homeowners to make repairs to their home to address health or safety-related issues, particularly for those who live in unincorporated areas of Yolo County. Funded by the Community Development Block Grant.
Homeless Services Team
This team works collaboratively with multiple City, County and non-profit programs throughout Yolo County to coordinate services for homeless individuals and those at-risk of homelessness. The approach whenever possible is Housing First, with an emphasis on linkage to ongoing supports. A Social Worker on this team is assigned to the District Attorney Neighborhood Court’s Homeless Restorative Justice Program.