- Community Development
- Housing Resources
2-1-1 is a free and confidential service (PDF) that helps people across the U.S. for information and support--whether financial, domestic, health or disaster-related. 2-1-1 connects people from all communities and of all ages to a specialist who will help you find local health and human services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information, dial 2-1-1 to speak with a live, highly trained service professional in your area or visit www.211.org.
Reverse Mortgage Loans - NeighborWorks of Orange County
A reverse mortgage is where homeowners can borrow against the equity in their home, essentially converting value into cash they can use now. For more information, please contact NeighborWorks of Orange County at (714) 409-3436 or view the flyer (PDF).
Senior Resource Guide
This guide is for general information only. It is designed to assist seniors by providing the most comprehensive list currently available. The guide provides information such as affordable housing for seniors, senior apartments, and care facilities in La Habra and surrounding areas. View more information (PDF).
Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE)
Please view the list of Residential Care Facilities (PDF) for the Elderly in the City of La Habra. Please note that the information is subject to change. Call the facility for more information.
Social Service Rainbow Resource Directory
The Rainbow Resource Directory is a social service referral guide that contains information for free and/or low cost social services for residents living within the Orange County communities. Please click below for more information:
Rainbow Resource Directory (PDF)
Below are the types of services that are in the directory with page numbers for your reference. For more information such as phone numbers, addresses or websites, please refer to the Rainbow Resource Directory. Note: All names, addresses, descriptions of services and fees are subject to change.
- Disabled/Special Ed/Rehabilitation Services
- Emergency Assistance/Basic Needs (PDF)
- Emergency Assistance/Soup Kitchens (PDF)
- Employment Placement/Job Training (PDF)
- Financial/Budget/Emergency Funds (PDF)
- Hotlines/Info & Referral (PDF)
- Housing/Low Income/HUD (PDF)
- Housing/Assistance/Tenant Rights (PDF)
- Senior/Housing (PDF)
- Senior/Multiple Services (PDF)
- Youth/High Risk (PDF)
- Youth/Shelters (PDF)
- Youth/Transition/Emancipation (PDF)
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas)
On February 27, 2023, SoCalGas announced $10 million in shareholder funding to help customers with bill assistance and to bolster community resources for those who may be struggling financially.
The company committed $5 million in shareholder funding to the Gas Assistance Fund, a program administered by the United Way that provides income-qualified customers with one-time grants to help pay their natural gas bills. The contribution is the largest in the fund’s 40-year history and will help the United Way expand access to the program to thousands of additional Southern Californians this winter.
In addition, SoCalGas will contribute $1 million in aid from its donor advised fund to small restaurant owners through the Restaurants Care Resilience Fund, a fund that was started in 2021 to help small restaurants with improvements, upgrades, employee retention and to manage debt, losses and rising costs.
Homeless Services and Shelters
A list of homeless shelters and homeless service providers available to assist individuals or families that are at-risk of homelessness or homeless. If interested, please contact the organization directly for more information. Please be advised that the contact information, services provided and fees are subject to change.