If your home is in danger of being foreclosed upon, these agencies may be able to assist you with your mortgage.
21 S. 61st St., Phila., PA 19139
Help residents of the Haddington and Cobbs Creek neighborhoods of West Philadelphia. Residents can contact the Community Services Office for assistance with:
- Paying for utility services to remedy a shut-off notice
- Applying for rental and property tax rebates for seniors and people who are disabled
Congreso de Latinos Unidos
216 W. Somerset St., Phila., PA 19133
Provides mortgage assistance for homeowners who have fallen behind on their payments and are at risk of becoming homeless.
Diversified Community Services (Dixon House)
1920 S. 20th St., Phila., PA 19145
For homeowners behind on their mortgage or in danger of defaulting provide housing stabilization services.
Foreclosure Prevention Resource Center
In 2007, community leaders and bankers started to see troubling conditions arising from subprime mortgages. In response, the Urban Affairs Coalition’s Community & Economic Development Department (CED) formed a Foreclosure Prevention Task Force that led to a set of 14 recommendations to guide the City’s response to the emerging crisis. One of these recommendations was to create a guide to help professionals and homeowners understand and prevent housing foreclosure. The CED team is pleased to announce the 2019 edition of the Foreclosure Prevention Resource Guide that includes useful and comprehensive contact information and walk throughs for individuals about how to prevent foreclosures. The download link for the guide is available on our website, http://frc.uac.org/
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Philadelphia County Assistance Office
801 Market St., 5th Floor, Phila., PA 19107
1350 West Sedgley Ave., Phila., PA, 19132
2701 N. Broad St., Phila., PA, 19132
5070 Parkside Ave., Phila., PA, 19131
301 East Chelten Ave., Phila., PA, 19144
4109 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19124
Offer Emergency Shelter Allowance to help a homeless or near homeless family/person to:
- stop eviction from home/apartment
- stop foreclosure of your home
- find a long-term place to live
- find a short-term place to live
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Homeowners’ Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program (HEMAP) was designed to protect Pennsylvanians who, through no fault of their own, are financially unable to make their mortgage payments and are in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure.
Save Your Home Philly
Hotline: 215-334-4663 (215-334-HOME)
SaveYourHomePhilly is the only government-authorized foreclosure prevention program in Philadelphia. It is staffed by trained lawyers and paralegals who can assist you with your case, connect you with a housing counselor or, in certain instances, refer you to legal services available to eligible low-income homeowners.
Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center – Supportive Service for Veteran Families (SSVF)
213-217 North 4th Street, Phila., PA, 19106
Provides a range of financial assistance and supportive services to veterans and their families.
United Communities Southeast Philadelphia
2029 S. 8th St., Phila., PA 19148
215-468-1645, ext. 223
Provides assistance to homeowners behind on their mortgage and needing financial assistance to catch up with their payments.
Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF)
1608 Walnut Street, Suite 600, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Vet Line: 215-814-6888
Assistance includes help with mortgage payments for families struggling to remain in their homes.