The City of Garden Grove is committed to providing resources for tenants unable to pay rent due to COVID-19, facing possible homelessness or recently becoming homeless.

To prevent or address homelessness, each year, the City of Garden Grove receives funding under the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and allocates resources to sub-recipients to operate emergency shelters and transitional shelters, and provide essential social services for families and individuals. Please click here for information regarding the City's homeless service providers.

For additional homeless resources and services, please click here.

An Information & Referral Specialist (multi-lingual) will assess your needs then match you with the appropriate resources in Garden Grove.

For information on the state's new tenant and landlord protections under the new state law related to COVID-19 hardships, visit the "Housing is Key" website:
For information on financial assistance for basic necessities including rent, utilities and transportation:

Garden Grove Service Providers

HUD's Homelessness 101 Video

For additional information regarding the Emergency Solutions Grant Program, please CLICK HERE to visit the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's website.