Providing Housing Solutions and Community Mediation since 1976


We develop and promote fairness and equality of housing opportunities for all persons and  advocate peaceful resolution of disputes for community welfare and harmony.

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Project Sentinel's Fair Housing Center provides education and counseling to community members, housing providers, and tenants about fair housing laws. We also investigate complaints and advocate for those who have experienced housing discrimination. 

Need help resolving a conflict? We'll explain what rights and responsibilities you have, contact the person you're in conflict with, and connect you with a mediator.

Did you know?

Project Sentinel administers more than 50  programs to help people with housing issues.

Project Sentinel is now a part of the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Local Partner Network


We are here to assist with disputes over rent payments, evictions or any other housing issues during COVID-19 and beyond.

Please visit our COVID-19 Resources page to learn more about new state and local rent relief programs and other services available for those affected by COVID-19. 

Project Sentinel and Legal Aid at Work have partnered up to launch a new project for workers’ rights in the Central Valley

Legal Aid at Work is a workers' rights non-profit that provides free legal services to low-wage workers throughout the state.


The new project is aimed at serving workers, regardless of immigration status, who are facing workplace problems such as discrimination, retaliation, and harassment; wage theft; accommodations and leave; unemployment insurance; immigration-based retaliation; rights of survivors of domestic violence and stalking; LGBTQ workers' rights; and issues related to COVID-19. Workers can get connected with these services by calling Legal Aid at Work's Central Valley Helpline at 209-497-4399.

AB 1482: California just cause eviction protections and rent caps

With the passage of this landmark legislation, California created rent cap and just cause protections for a large portion of tenancies. There are a lot of questions in the community and among cities’ staff about what the law is, how it works and what implications there may be. Project Sentinel has gathered a group of representatives from the legislative sector, local city staff, and housing provider and tenant groups to discuss the law and some of these questions.

AB 1482 Informational Flyer

Upcoming Events

  • Online First Time Homebuyer Class
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    An 8-Hour HUD approved First Time Homebuyer class. Participants will not receive certificate until the completion of mandatory in-person or over the phone counseling session.