For help in Caro and Tuscola County Michigan, the leading agency to contact is the Human Development Commission (HDC), which is the local community action agency. The government provides many programs to help people in need, as well as working with local organizations that also help those in need. The organization’s goal is to provide as much financial assistance as possible to those struggling to pay rent or utilities, those at risk of foreclosure, and so on. To find a list of the assistance programs they offer, as well as a few other agencies to contact, look below.
Free foreclosure prevention counseling
The HDC is a non-profit organization that is certified by HUD. They have housing counselors that are certified in Homeownership available in Tuscola County and Caro. A housing counselor can help you learn about programs and other options that may be able to help you with your mortgage or property tax payments. If you’re a Michigan resident struggling with mortgage payments, you may be eligible for assistance through one of the state’s foreclosure or mortgage programs.
Rent and housing help
There are many people in Michigan who are in danger of losing their homes, either because they are homeless, facing eviction, or foreclosure. The non-profit agency provides rental and foreclosure assistance services to those who are homeless or at serious risk of becoming homeless, with the support of organizations such as HUD and MSHDA. We also have a very busy program working to prevent foreclosures and keep families in their homes. There are federal government programs that can help with your rent or mortgage, and there are a variety of other solutions to housing problems.