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delinquency and default resolution, loss mitigation counseling, HECM counseling, rental assistance, Fair Housing, and Mobility counseling.

CCCS of Central Valley, Inc. Fresno, CA $41,260 CCCS of Central Valley, Inc. serves residents of Fresno, Madera and Kings Counties. They are committed to outreach to disadvantaged groups, particularly the under-served Southeast Asian population. To facilitate this, the housing counseling staff is multi-lingual. The agency coordinates with other agencies in the areas to provide legal advocacy and support for low- income individuals/ families, tenant/ landlord mediation, homeless prevention, and fair housing issues.

Eden Council for Hope & Opportunity (ECHO) Housing Hayward, CA $25,500 ECHO Housing serves the housing needs of clients in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Services include fair housing, tenant/ landlord, Home Equity Conversion (HECM) counseling, shared-housing, mortgage default, pre-purchase, rental assistance through guarantees and grants, and home seeking. ECHO is a participant in a HECM Master Counselors pilot program which links clients with master counselors in areas where local counseling is not available or some barrier exits that prevent the clients from receiving timely services. In addition, ECHO serves the homeless population with special programs emphasizing homeless prevention.

Community Housing & Shelter Services Modesto, CA $33,507 Community Housing & Shelter Services currently operates at various sites throughout Stanislaus County. CHSS provides emergency shelter and supportive services to homeless families, seniors, and other special needs populations through a motel voucher program. CHSS also provides assistance, including housing counseling, to homeless families and individuals in locating safe, decent, and affordable rental housing.

CCCS of East Bay Oakland, CA $62,965 CCCS of East Bay provides housing counseling services to Alameda, Contra Costa, and Solano Counties. The agency's goal is to provide free or low-cost services designed to help all segments of the community to achieve financial stability. Counseling services include foreclosure, eviction, default, pre & post-purchase, homebuyer education, early delinquency intervention and landlord/ tenant relationships. CCCS also serves as a resource and referral center for information on other housing assistance programs available in the community.

Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board Ontario, CA

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