CCCS of Mid-Counties Stockton, CA $19,043 CCCS of Mid-Counties provides services to residents of seven counties - San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumme, and Mariposa. CCCS assists individuals seeking information and education regarding housing opportunities in the community. The organization offers comprehensive counseling, including budgeting, debt management, foreclosure, eviction, default, pre-purchase, home buyer education, early delinquency intervention and landlord/tenant relationships, and reverse mortgage (HECM) counseling for clients 62 years of age and older.
City of Vacaville Office of Housing & Redevelopment Vacaville, CA $39,198 The City of Vacaville Office of Housing and Redevelopment has over twenty-seven years of experience implementing local, state and federal housing and social services programs. The agency provides housing counseling in the areas of homebuyer education, pre and post- purchase, mortgage delinquency and default resolution, Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM), renter assistance, and mobility. Housing counseling is provided in both Spanish and English.
Adams County Housing Authority Commerce City, CO $29,692 Adams County Housing Authority (ACHA) administers several housing assistance programs designed to meet their clients’ housing needs. They provide assistance to the residents of Adams County who live or wish to live in the cities of Northglenn, Thornton, Federal Heights, Westminster, Eastlake, Henderson, Commerce City, parts of Aurora, Broomfield, Watkins, Bennett, Strasburg, and unincorporated parts of Adams County. ACHA offers housing counseling with Mortgage Default, Budgeting, Foreclosure Prevention, Case Management, Homeownership and Home Equity Conversion Mortgages. They also assist renters with Eviction Prevention and Case Management, Section 8, Family Self Sufficiency, Public Housing, Below Rentals, Pre-Occupancy, and Post-Occupancy counseling. In addition, they offer Utility Assistance to both renters and owners.
Boulder County Housing Authority Boulder, CO $28,950 Boulder County Housing Authority believes in the values of homeownership. The programs offer services that include counseling, education, outreach, and referral to potential renters, renters, potential Homeowners, and home owners. The primary impediment to affordable housing in Boulder and the County is the cost of housing, both rental and owner-occupied. The kind of assistance that they offer are Pre-Occupancy, Home buyer Counseling, Rental or