Affordable Housing Resources

Affordable Housing Resources

The City of Irvine receives funding from the federal government to help improve physical, social, and economic conditions in our community. Federal funds must be used to promote affordable housing, maintain a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income residents. This year, the City of Irvine has granted funds to the following nonprofit organizations to provide a diverse array of services to Irvine residents:

Nonprofit Organizations

Overview of Services

Contact Information

Access California Services

Health and human services ranging from health coverage access & navigation, employment services, refugee social services, mental health services, immigration & citizenship, and more.

714-917-0440

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Age Well Senior Services

Providing seniors/disabled adults with food and essential services.

949-855-8033

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Assistance League of Irvine

Clothes, supplies, tutoring, and scholarships for low-income school children.

949-798-5020

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City of Irvine – Community Services Senior Scholarship

Providing scholarships to Irvine seniors in programs offered through the Community Services Department.

949-724-6455

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Fair Housing Foundation

Fair housing resources and tenant/landlord mediation.

714-918-8001

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Families Forward

Emergency counseling and housing for families at risk of homelessness.

949-552-2727

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Irvine Adult Day Health Services, Inc.

Wellness for at-risk seniors, including health monitoring, daytime supervision, rehabilitation, and recreation.

949-262-1123

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Irvine Children’s Fund

Scholarships for before and after school child care.

949-786-6454

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Irvine Public Schools Foundation

After school programs for school children grades K-12.

949-263-8340

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KCS Health Center

Providing triage support for individuals having difficulty accessing and maintaining treatment for opioid use.

714-503-6550

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Radiant Health Center

Providing services for individuals with HIV/AIDS.

949-809-5700

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South County Outreach

Homelessness prevention, transitional housing, rental assistance, utility assistance, food pantry, and counseling.

714-380-8144

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Click here to view a broader list of resources or contact 2-1-1 Orange County.

To view the AB 987 Affordable Housing Database, click here.

Resources for Buyers:

California Housing Finance Agency

Irvine Community Land Trust

United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

Affordable Housing Clearinghouse

NeighborWorks of Orange County

Resources for Current Home Owners:

Making Home Affordable