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Housing & Human Services
Assistant Community Development Director
Housing & Human Services Manager
(925) 960-4580Jean Prasher
Human Services Program Manager
(925) 960-4590Frances Reisner
Senior Management Analyst
1052 South Livermore Avenue
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 960-4104 TDD
(925) 960-4419 fax
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PMClosed on Holidays
The mission of the Housing and Human Services Division (HHS) is to produce, preserve, and support affordable housing to help low-income, homeless, senior and disabled Livermore residents. HHS also administers contracts with community organizations to assist low-income residents to obtain necessary services for children and youth, singles and families, seniors, and those who have special needs.
HHS provides assistance to homebuyers, through a variety of programs, including the City’s Affordable Homeownership Opportunities and Mortgage Assistance programs. If you're seeking First Time Homebuyer Education, please contact a HUD Certified Counseling agency near you.
The City will assisst homeowners by providing low interest rate Rehabilitation Loans and Grants.
If you are having trouble paying your mortgage, please contact a mortgage default counseling center. California Housing Finance Agency also has programs that may assist, please visit their website at www.KeepYourHomeCalifornia.com
HHS publishes the Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide to assist residents with locating affordable rental apartments and other Rental Assistance programs and services.
If you're looking for a list of multi-family complexes in Livermore click here.
Livermore Homeless Refuge provides shelter during inclemet weather between November 1st and April 30th. Please call (925) 292-0265 for locations and days open.
Emergency one-night Motel Vouchers may be accessed through these agencies.
Homeless Veterans with Families click here.
The Housing Resources page lists agencies offering emergency and crisis housing and shelters.
2011 Tri-Valley Human Services Needs Assessment. The report reviews current human services, identifies gaps in services, and addresses opportunities for improving services in the Tri-Valley.