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Posted: Saturday, May 20, 2017 11:34 AM

Find help paying your rent from various government, local, national, non-profit and charity programs. Some of the resources may provide direct rental or financial assistance, while others will offer referrals or help people sign up for public funding or private resources. Programs include:
State assistance programs and organizations
Many states and local governments operate agencies and public assistance type programs that can help you with paying your rent, security deposits, and other housing expenses.
Rent assistance from Federal Stimulus Program
The federal government is providing billions of dollars for housing and rental assistance as a result of the stimulus program. The name of the program being funded is The Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program, and most of the rental help is being distributed at the local government level.
Rental Assistance from Federal Government Organizations
The largest program is HUD (Housing and Urban Development). Almost 1.5 million families use this program and it helps those in need pay their rent and security deposits. Other housing costs such as energy bills may be paid for as well. It is targeted to low income individuals, including senior citizens and the disabled. In addition to offering grants that help pay rent, the government Rental Voucher Program also helps to increase the availability of affordable housing choices by allowing families to select privately owned rental housing.
For details and the extensive list of programs visit:

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