Emergency Housing Vouchers (EHV)
All HACSB Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) program slots have been filled and HACSB is no longer accepting referrals for assistance through this program. However, we have current EHV participants who are moving and are in need of rental units. If you are a landlord and would like more information about the EHV program, please email email@example.com.
Why Participate in the EHV Program
By leasing your unit to an EHV customer you are helping a vulnerable family to attain safe, stable housing. Additionally, landlords can benefit from:
- $1,000 signing bonus for each new resident who leases through the EHV program;
- Security deposit assistance for EHV customers;
- On-time, convenient rental payments from the Housing Authority;
- Free biennial unit inspections;
- Access to online landlord portal with information about payments, inspection results, and more;
- Owner maintains control of all aspects of management, maintenance, and lease enforcement.
How the EHV Program Works
There are several steps to receiving EHV assistance:
- The family must be referred to HACSB through the County of San Bernardino’s Coordinated Entry System or other partner agency. The referring agency will confirm that the family meets one of the four eligibility categories described above.
- HACSB determines eligibility for EHV assistance.
- The family selects a unit to lease from a private landlord. Assistance will be available to help families locate a home.
- The unit must pass a housing quality inspection, and the rent must be reasonable. If the unit passes inspection and the rent is reasonable, the family may lease the unit.
- The family will pay a portion of the rent to the landlord (typically 30% of their income) and HACSB pays the remaining rent to the landlord.
- Click here for the EHV Payment Standards
More Information for Landlords
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