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Affordable housing units for veterans available in Loma Linda

The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino County Community Development and Housing Agency invites military veterans to apply for spots on the waiting list for 36 brand-new 2- and 3-bedroom apartments at Loma Linda Veterans Village.

Apartments come with refrigerators and dishwashers, while the community includes a club room with kitchen, basketball court, swimming pool, volleyball court, laundry facilities, computer lab and on-site management. Mobility-impaired households will have priority for nine units designed for their needs and hearing/sight-impaired households will have priority for five units designed for their needs.

Income and other restrictions apply. Applicants will be referred from the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino waitlist. Once qualified by the Housing Authority, applicants who are offered a unit will receive a Project-Based Voucher rental subsidy. Tenant rent will be up to 30 percent of the total household gross income as determined by the Housing Authority.

Applications are available for download at the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino website, http://ww2.hacsb.com/, or for pickup at any Housing Authority office.

Up-to-date information is available by calling 909-992-0931. Click here for more information about Loma Linda Veterans Village.

3 Responses to Affordable housing units for veterans available in Loma Linda

  • i AM A VETERAN DISABLED LIVING ON SOCIAL SECURITY AND VA DISABILITY AS MY SOLE INCOME.. ALMOST ALL OF THE APARTMENTS IN lOMA LINDA ARE OVERPRICED. i NEED TO FIND AN APARTMENT THAT IS REASONABLE. WHERE I LIVE NOW THE RENT KEEPS GOING UP BY 50 TO 100 DOLLARS EVERY YEAR. CURRENTLY ALMOST ALL OF MY SOCIAL SECURITY GOES FOR RENT. LEAVING ONLY THE VA DISABILITY LEFT FOR FOOD UTILITIES AND ALL OTHER EXPENSES. i AM UNABLE TO AFFORD ANY TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION OF MY OWN. VETERAN’S VILLAGE WOULD MAKE MY LIVING EXPENSES MORE TOLERABLE. I AM UNABLE TO DO ANY VOLUNTEER WORK BECAUSE OF THE EXPENSE OF TAXIES AND THE BUS SERVICE BEING AS UNRELIABLE AS IT IS.

    • Hi Rodney, you should contact 2-1-1 and they will connect you with services that may help you. You may also contact the San Bernardino County Department of Veterans Affairs at 909-382-3290 to see if there are any services that could benefit you.

  • I am a veteran and really need to have an affordable place to live. I know I can’t last much longer at where I am at just need to have a reality as to what I can legitimately be able to afford and not have my significant other under stress, being she is cancer survivor and looks to me to take care of us. Anything you can do would be greatly appreciated I know it will take some time. Thank you, John Lombardo III

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