Individuals and Families
Financial Information and Assistance
Rental assistance is now available to support income-qualified Sacramento families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and unable to pay monthly rent or utilities. Help is available regardless of immigration status.
Learn more and apply SHRA.org/sera or call 916-449-1266 for additional assistance. Bilingual assistance will be available for applicants.
Need help applying? SHRA has enlisted several community-based organizations across Sacramento to help residents apply and for translation services. Find a list of those organizations here.
THIS PROGRAM IS CLOSED.
The Department of Human Assistance administers various federal, state, and local government programs designed to provide temporary cash aid, food assistance, and health insurance for eligible low-income Sacramento County residents.
The City of Sacramento offers free one-on-one professional financial coaching and COVID-19 financial navigation services in English, Spanish, and Arabic for local residents. Interpretation in other languages is available on request. Make an appointment now: email FEC@cityofsacramento.org or call (916) 808-4927
A safe, affordable bank or credit union account is the best way to receive COVID-19 economic impact payments and other related benefits. Bank On Sacramento can help you find an account with no overdraft or hidden fees, even if you’ve had banking challenges in the past.
The job hotline is available to assist workers whose jobs have been affected by coronavirus. Learn about unemployment, paid family leave and more. A live receptionist is available to guide you at (916) 905-1625.
Californians that have been financially affected by COVID-19 may be eligible for unemployment insurance, paid family leave or disability insurance. Disability insurance is offered to eligible individuals unable to work due to medical quarantine or illness related to COVID-19. Paid Family Leave is offered to eligible individuals unable to work because they are caring for an ill or quarantined family member. Unemployment Insurance is offered to eligible individuals who have lost their job or have had their hours reduced due to coronavirus.
The IRS is providing tax help for individuals and families affected by COVID-19.