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Housing Authority of the County of Butler Butler, PA $16,649 The Butler County Housing Authority administers comprehensive services to Butler County residents through its housing counseling program. Counseling activities include, but are not limited to, pre-occupancy, rental counseling, delinquency/default, eviction/foreclosure preventions, pre-purchase/post-purchase counseling, first-time homebuyers and homeownership opportunities and fair housing. Additionally, Butler County Housing Authority was the first agency in the region to collaborate with the USDA as “packagers” for the Sec. 502 and 504 rural housing programs.

Housing Consortium for Disabled Individuals Philadelphia, PA $16,995 Housing Consortium for Disabled Individuals (HCDI) has provided comprehensive housing counseling in Philadelphia to people with disabilities since 1988. HCDI is the only organization in Philadelphia that exclusively specializes in addressing the housing and related housing service needs of people with disabilities. Services include pre-purchase and mortgage default and delinquency counseling, pre-occupancy and post occupancy counseling for renters and consumer housing education for both home purchasers and renters, landlord tenant negotiations, informing people with disabilities about their fair housing rights, providing educational programs regarding housing options, and referrals to specialized service providers.

Housing Council of York York, PA $19,425 The Housing Council of York has provided comprehensive housing counseling services to York County residents since 1971. Services include: homebuyer education, pre-purchase and post-purchase counseling, mortgage delinquency/default resolution, HECM, loss mitigation and mobility counseling, renter and Fair Housing assistance. The agency has developed a strong network of service linkages with a broad base of federal, state and local organizations whose resources it uses to assist agency clients in resolving their housing problems.

Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement Philadelphia, PA $19,425 The Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA) implemented its Housing Counseling program in 1978 in response to the lack of housing counseling services in the Montgomery, Bucks, DE, Chester, and Philadelphia counties. The housing counseling services provided by the PCCA consists of the following: mortgage delinquency and default, pre-purchase, homebuyer education, rental, reverse mortgage and consumer education. PCCA interacts with over one hundred agencies to help provide the range of services needed by the community.

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