In a tough housing market where incomes can’t always cover rising rent and mortgages costs…

In a pandemic that has created stress and uncertainty…

it’s not easy to find stability…

Maybe you’re facing eviction or foreclosure. Maybe you lost your job. Maybe your monthly expenses have gone up.

Whatever the reason, your long-term housing is in jeopardy. What you need now is a way forward.

It’s okay to ask for help…

And you are not alone!

Get assistance from one of our guides to help navigate next steps

Are you currently housed and experiencing one or more of these issues?

  • Have been served with an eviction or foreclosure notice?
  • Experienced a loss of income or an increase of expenses?
  • Finding it difficult to consistently pay your monthly obligations?
  • Living in an unsafe or unhealthy environment due to housing conditions?

If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you have come to the right place.
Take a deep breath. Here is where you start.

Speaking with a housing counselor is your next step toward housing stability. To connect with a counselor who can best help you work toward your housing goals, click on this link where you will provide basic contact information and answer five simple housing questions.

Take The Intake Assessment To Get The Process Started

After you have filled out the brief form, a housing counselor will reach out to you. We understand this is a critical time. Our goal is to get back to you in 72 hours to discuss the next steps.

What does a housing counselor do?

Housing Counselors can:

  • Help navigate applications for emergency housing assistance
  • Help communicate with landlords and mortgage services
  • Connect you with a lawyer who may be able to provide legal guidance
  • Help provide guidance and next steps to improve your housing stability
  • Help create budgets and financial plans to support more financial stability and opportunity

Housing counselors understand that the housing is often difficult to navigate. They understand that nobody succeeds alone. What you are experiencing is not only common, but it happens to all kinds of people in all kinds of situations. Whether you found yourself out of work, or have had to take on more jobs to handle a tough housing and rental market, whether you had a medical issue or some other setback, you should know that many of us are in the same boat.

Counseling support and guidance is for anyone facing housing instability but it is also for anyone who is simply worried about the potential of facing housing instability.

What you need is a path forward and a plan–and speaking with a housing counselor will get you on that path, empowering you to attain your housing goals.

Everyone deserves housing stability.

For questions, please reach out to Naomi Valentine, [email protected]

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