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Flagler County Housing Resources

Locating Affordable Rental Housing

Ongoing Rent Assistance

Flagler County Housing Authority has some public housing units and vouchers (commonly referred to as “Section 8” that includes Housing Choice, Mainstream Vouchers, HUD-VASH)

There are always waiting lists and short application windows.  Learn more here: flaglercountyhousingauthority.org

Mid Florida Housing Partnership has some affordable houses for rent. Jon Yonkosky, 386-274-4441 x 303 or email jyon@mfhp.org   

Emergency Assistance with Rent/Utilities

Flagler County Human Services provides emergency assistance services to low-income, eligible residents, including:

Volusia Flagler County Coalition for the Homeless has some funding for homeless prevention when a very low-income household is facing eviction. Call 386-279-0029 or 386-236-9710 for assistance.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Assistance with Rent or utilities, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  4600 Belle Terre Pkwy,  Palm Coast, FL 32164, 386-597-4144.  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM.

St. Vincent de Paul Society. Assistance with Utilities, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  400 S. Daytona Ave, Flagler Bch, FL 32136, 386-693-4806.  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

Northeast Florida Community Action Agency (NFCAA) Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Help with FPL. Call 904-362-8052 for an appointment, then go to http://nfcaa.net/utilityassistance for further instructions on how to apply for assistance. 703 E Moody Blvd, Ste 4  Bunnell, FL 32110  Office: 386 313-2506 Fax: 386 313-2864

Flagler County Senior Services Elderly Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP)—FPL help for eligible Flagler County seniors 60 and up. 1000 Belle Terre Boulevard  Palm Coast, FL 32164 386-586-2324 Ext. 3625

Emergency Shelters

Family Life Center operates a shelter in Flagler County for survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault, among other services. flcfv.org/services or call the hotline at 386-437-3505

COLD WEATHER SHELTER ONLY.  Sheltering Tree.   Over-night shelter providing dinner and breakfast when temperatures drop to 40 or below.   Church on the Rock 2200 N State Street, Bunnell, FL 32110, Flaglershelteringtree@yahoo.com,  386-437-3258 Ext. 105

All Other Emergency Shelters are located in surrounding counties.  Each has its own eligibility criteria and application process and likely has waiting lists. 

Halifax Urban Ministries. Hope Place and Barracks of Hope Emergency Shelters
Call 386-252-9400 for Barracks of Hope and 386-317-5886 for Hope Place.

Neighborhood Center of West Volusia, Bridge Program, Emergency shelter for adults.
Call 386-734-8120, ext. 601

The Inn Ministry.  Pregnant women and women with small children.  Visit https://www.innministry.org/appointments for an appointment. 

First Step Shelter. Emergency Shelter for adults in Volusia County.  Call 386-361-3800 for information.

Transitional Housing.

All transitional housing is located in surrounding counties.  Each has its own eligibility criteria and application process and likely has waiting lists. 

Family Renew Community, transitional housing in three Volusia County locations.  Apply for help here https://www.familyrenew.org/applying-for-help/index

Neighborhood Center of West Volusia, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing.  Call 386-734-8120, ext. 502 for more information.

Palmetto House. Transitional Housing for single adults in Daytona Beach. https://mfhp.org/programs/palmetto-house/ (386) 253-4895 or palmettohouse@mfhp.org

Additional Resources, including faith-based and grassroots organizations that provide housing assistance, can be found in the Flagler County Social Services Directory

You can also print a copy of the information listed above.

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