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Becoming a Landlord - WTLC: Ending the Cycle of Violence and Exploitation
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Becoming a Landlord

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WTLC believes that everyone has a right to a safe and healthy life.

With the vision of ending the cycle of violence, WTLC’s mission is to help individuals and families escape the depths of domestic violence and exploitation.

 

Survivors who have experienced trauma are working on rebuilding their lives; creating a path that emboldens them to fulfill their dreams, overcome obstacles, and move towards a life of happiness.

 

Ensuring survivors have a safe place to live that fits within their budget removes any fear or anxiety around housing, and supports their recovery.

Founded in 1976, WTLC was the first domestic violence shelter in Orange County and the third in the nation; and starting in 2004, began to additionally work with survivors of human trafficking.

 

Since our inception, WTLC has fostered a pioneering spirit by implementing new ideas to respond to survivors’ needs and overcome limited resources.

 

Through the provision of housing, supportive services, and prevention education, WTLC provides a holistic approach to ending violence.

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If you have empty rooms and think you may be interested in renting out your space, please contact the Key Housing Program at (714) 992.1939 x116.

 

The Key Housing Program staff will take you through the process of becoming a landlord, the support and training we can provide, and the roles and expectation of landlords and WTLC.

 

We are here to walk with you every step of the way, and if you decide the program is not right for you, then we part as friends.

 

If you have empty rooms and think you may be interested in renting out your space, please contact the Key Housing Program at (714) 992.1939 x116 or email Sandy Ruiz at sruiz@wtlc.org