Have a question about buying a home, rental assistance or foreclosure but English is not your first language? HUD can help with its HUD Language Line, a live telephone interpretation service that will allow HUD staff to converse with the public in almost any language. To help HUD staff better communicate with Limited English Proficient … Read moreDon't speak English but have questions about buying a home, rent assistance, foreclosure? Try the HUD Language Line
The unemployment and underemployment situation for New Yorkers is not getting any better. This means that families across the state are still struggling with debt, potential foreclosure, and limited resources. To find out what assistance may be available to help you deal with your debt, first make a list of the different types of debt … Read moreKnow your rights and tackle your debt today!
Do you you know you may qualify for a discount on your telephone service through the Lifeline and Link-up programs? The program provides qualified consumer with discounts for monthly residential phone bills for basic telephone service and some wireless and cellular providers. Link-up program: provides a discount on the cost of initiating service for a … Read moreFind out if you qualify for low-cost phone service
A law called The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA) can help families facing eviction in a foreclosed building. The law requires the new owner (even if it is the bank) to give you at least 90 days notice before you have to leave. If you are a tenant with a lease, the new owner … Read moreDid you know there's a law that protects tenants facing eviction
For many victims of domestic violence, the daily pain and harassment becomes a shameful secret; making it hard to speak up about it. Trapped in a vicious cycle of physical and/or verbal abuse, it is unfortunate that many of these victims of domestic violence are never able to escape and instead lose their lives at … Read moreFinding help if you're a domestic violence victim in NY