This collection of links contains useful information about housing resources and other housing programs available in the County of Marin.
Non-profit agency providing services including supported housing and employment, to low income residents with mental illness, substance abuse and behavioral challenges.
Information about creating and maintaining defensible space around your home.
EAH develops, manages and promotes rental housing in the Bay Area for very low, low and moderate income families, individuals with disabilities, and seniors.
This page gives links to Encroachment Permit information and an Encroachment Permit form.
Fair Housing Advocates of Northern California
Formerly Fair Housing of Marin, this is the only full-service fair housing agency in Marin and the only local housing counseling agency certified by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Provide transitional housing, skill development and support services for homeless single parents or at risk of being homeless families.
Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound of Marin is the county's largest nonprofit provider of shelter and services to homeless families and individuals, offering emergency and transitional housing along with job training, counseling, education and referrals in 10 residential programs.
Housing Authority Commission
The purpose of the Commission is to provide low and moderate-income housing for families, the disabled, and the elderly.
Jewish Family & Children's Services
JFCS provides comprehensive services to the entire community including couseling for individuals, couples & families, financial assistance, information & referral, support for people with disabilities, and volunteer opportunities. For comprehensive assistance to seniors, see Seniors-At-Home.
Marin City Community Development Corporation
The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) is a 27-year-old community based development entity established to promote the physical, economic, and social revitalization of Marin City.
Ask us about your workspace needs; we work to ensure quality workspace for Marin's community serving agencies.
The Planning Division of the Community Development Agency promotes sustainability by regulating land use and real estate development. We are primarily responsible for writing planning policies and codes, and reviewing applications for various development permits, use permits, and subdivisions in the unincorporated areas of Marin County, California.
Ross Valley Ecumenical Housing Association
For over thirty years RVEHA (Tam House) has been providing high quality affordable cooperative housing for independent and active women and men 63 and over in two beautiful homes in San Anselmo.
Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association
From the Marin County Civic Center to China Camp; Santa Venetia is a neighborhood of over 1,600 homes and is one of Marin's best kept secrets with fantastic weather, natural beauty, quiet streets and a great community of people.