Financial Assistance To Stop Eviction?

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There are ways to get financial assistance to stop eviction. You may be able to get help from various government, local, national, non-profit or charity programs. Check with your state, many have local governments that operate agencies and public assistance programs. If they can not help, they may be able to refer to to another agency that can. Look into the federal government stimulus program. The name of the program is The Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program. It is mostly being distributed at the local government level. The Housing and Urban Development program is the largest. It is targeted to low income families and individuals, including seniors and the disabled.
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