We provide a directory of agencies that provide rental assistance to residents.
We do not directly provide aid ourselves, but provide local resources for you to find.
Most major U.S. cities including Batavia, Illinois, offer some type of state of
federally subsidized Rental Assistance Programs and/or emergency financial assistance for low income persons in need.
There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that offer help paying rent along with providing housing assistance. We currently have listed all of the financial Rental Assistance programs we could find in Batavia. We constantly are finding new sources for rent assistance, sign-up here to receive an email alert as soon as we locate any new rental assistance programs in Batavia.
We did not find any rent assistance agencies in Batavia. Use the search box below to find rent assistance, or view the closest agencies to Batavia. We list the distance of each agency from Batavia. Closest Rent Assistance agencies to Batavia
The mission of DayOneNetwork is to further the dignity of life and community interaction of individuals with disabilities who reside in Kane/Kendall Counties and Hanover Township of Cook County. This mission is achieved through: 24 hour crisis intervention, access to information and referral to appr2.16 miles away from Batavia 41.8331678,-88.3052518
The United Way of St. Charles Money Matters: Financial Stability Program brings together cross-sector partners to help lower-income individuals and families achieve financial independence by empowering them with tools and skills necessary to maximize their income, build savings and gain assets.The g4.79 miles away from Batavia 41.909001, -88.314983
Has access to limited grant funding that allows them to provide assistance with rent, mortgage and utilities. To receive help, funds must be available and individuals must qualify according to grant requirements. Within certain programs, case management services and life skill classes are offered.Th5.01 miles away from Batavia 41.9126222, -88.316171
Provides hospitality, food, safe shelter, and support services to men, women and children who are homeless or in need connected to St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia and western rural Kane County, Illinois.Goals are to:1) help the homeless return to independent living with the skills and habits needed for5.02 miles away from Batavia 41.9127327, -88.316148
Who SGF Can Help People who have fallen on hard times due to a temporary situation that overwhelms them, such as Sudden Health Problem Loss of Job through no fault of their own, such as downsizing&n5.86 miles away from Batavia 41.7605849, -88.320071
NRSA Down Payment Assistance ProgramTo be used in conjunction with down payment assistance programs offered by partners such as the Joseph Corporation, this program will grant up to $2,000 to cover reasonable and eligible down payment and closing costs for income eligible first time homebuyers as an6.19 miles away from Batavia 41.75664949, -88.314583
The Dupage county community services homelessness prevention an regousing assistance program has funding available for those who qualify.Homelessness Prevention and Re-housing funds provide assistance to avoid eviction and homelessness of individuals or families experiencing a short-term economic cr10.54 miles away from Batavia 41.8676859, -88.142723
DuPage Social Service Association (DSSA) is a not-for-profit fund affiliated with DuPage County's Community Services Division since 1998. The mission is to serve residents who are low income, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those temporarily in need of financial assistance. Virtually10.54 miles away from Batavia 41.8676859, -88.142723
Community Development Assists low income households with the costs of heating, energy improvements, and home repairs Serves low income neighborhoods and special needs populations by funding infrastructure and public facilities Produces and prese10.54 miles away from Batavia 41.8676859, -88.142723
Offers transitional housing to teens and young adults and their families in DuPage County. It primarily services young women who are homeless, ages 17 to 24, with the opportunity to become financially and emotionally independent and transition successfully into adulthood.12.29 miles away from Batavia 41.8640054, -88.107701