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7E Mobile Homes

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County of Sonoma Community Development Commission
Mobile Home Program 707-565-7555
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Golden State Mobile Home Owners League
Golden State Mobile Home Owners League 707-293-8007
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Santa Rosa Manufactured-Home Owners Association
Manufactured-Home Association 707-577-0783
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Sonoma County Mobile Home Owners Association
Mobile Home Owners Association 707-824-1684

7F Placement Services

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A to Z Gerontology
Geriatric Counseling and Placement 415-308-9828
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Adult Healthcare Advocacy Services
Advocacy Services 707-595-5258
California Social Services Department of Community Care Licensing Division
Community Care Licensing Division 707-588-5026
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ElderHelp Placement and Referrals
Placement and Referrals 707-542-7606
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Placement Options
Placement Options 707-570-0257
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Senior Placement Services
Senior Placement Services 707-292-9998
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Sonoma County Housing Coalition
Sonoma County Affordable Housing Inventory 707-953-8988
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Tweeten Eldercare Advisors
Eldercare Advisors 707-570-2589
Housing

Housing

With a less-than-1% vacancy rate, finding housing in Sonoma County can be very challenging. The following list includes some things to consider when searching for housing:

  • Check your local, low-income housing inventory and apply to their properties and wait lists.
  • Apply for Section 8 – a housing assistance program for low-income households – in your city and/or county.
  • Treat your housing search like an employment search; create a rental packet that includes a rental resume (complete with your rental history, basic information, references, etc.), a cover letter to introduce yourself and highlight traits that make you a desirable tenant, current credit report, income statements, and letters of reference.
  • Search on-line sites and network with family, friends, and social groups.
  • Act quickly and be responsive! There is a lot of competition in today’s housing market, which means you need to be ready to respond quickly to potential landlords.
  • Consider a share rental or adding a roommate to your household. Shared rentals can be more affordable and easier to locate than traditional housing in some areas.
  • Get help! There are some government programs and local non-profit organizations that can assist with providing rental assistance and paying security deposits.
  • Know your rights! If you are served with a 3-day, 30, 60, or 90-day notice to move, seek legal advice immediately. If you cannot afford legal assistance, there are local, non-profit groups that can assist you.