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Finding safe and affordable housing can be difficult, but don’t give up. There are several public and private resources available to assist you. This guide is designed to help you identify and benefit from currently available assistance programs.
The government gives funds directly to apartment owners, allowing them to lower the rents they charge low-income tenants. You can find low-rent apartments for senior citizens and people with disabilities, as well as for families and individuals.
Family Resource Alliance of America is not affiliated with or endorsed by any state or federal governmental agency.
There are several public and private organizations that provide housing assistance to those in need. From mortgage payment relief to voucher checks to pay for rent, you can receive help.
If you've been laid off, injured, or are having trouble finding work, use these resources to find a job, generate income from home, or apply for unemployment benefits.
Millions of dollars are awarded every year to people looking to become more competitive in the workforce. You may qualify for grants and scholarships that can be used for tuition, training, and living expenses.
Select your state below to request the Section 8 (HCVP) Application Guide.
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