Housing Stabilization collaborative
The Housing Stabilization Collaborative (HSC) started as a Family Promise of Lawrence (FPL) grant-funded program and transformed into a collaborative approach to preventing homelessness with organizations such as Tenants to Homeowners (TTH), The United Way of Douglas County (UWDGCO), The Willow Domestic Violence Center, Centro Hispano, Lawrence Community Shelter, and Success by Six. The program draws from lessons learned and best practices around the country from these organizations, and is supported by the HSC Program Manager. Apply for assistance here: hscdgco.org
Assistance can be provided with:
- SNAP food assistance application
- HSC application
- KERA Application
- Eviction Protection Declaration
- Working with individuals through housing crisis
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Rental Availability List
Gabi leads a team that calls landlords and property managers to compile a rental availability list that details restrictions on pets, income, credit check, criminal record, section 8, and eviction records to save tenants some of the work of the housing search.
This list is intended to be a helpful resource. This list is not exhaustive and is not intended as a recommendation of any of the properties, landlords, or management companies listed. In the future, we hope to expand the scope of the list to include more in-depth information about available units and more units outside of Lawrence.