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Unemployment Hits New Highs
New Law For Homeowners In Financial Distress
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Injured And Out Of Money
For most people the cost of medical insurance is paid for by the employer. Should you lose your job, you also run the risk of losing your medical insurance. Should you later be injured and unable to work, you can find yourself in financial hardship, bankrupt and at risk of being rendered homeless.
Section 8 Housing Vouchers
There are different types of Section 8 housing programs. The most accepted and widely used among them is the Housing Choice Voucher program. This federal program serves over two million impoverished households annually. Learn about the public housing application process, eligibility and availability near you.
Day And Transitional Shelters
In the past, homelessness was usually associated with the mentally ill. Not anymore. Today, homelessness cuts across a much wider spectrum of people. Today, it is financial hardship that is driving homelessness to new levels. And rarely if ever does homelessness occur in isolation.
Community Health Centers
Low Cost Drug And Alcohol Treatment
Community Health Centers are community-based patient-directed organizations that serve people that have little or no income and have limited access to basic health care services. Learn about eligibility and locations near you.
Free Legal Aid
Discount Legal Services
While there are legal lenders that will lend you money for attorney fees and services, there are also legal aid and discount legal services available for free for those that qualify in areas such as tenant rights, eviction, foreclosure, bankruptcy and family law matters.
Food Banks and Pantries
Hunger levels have been reaching disturbing new levels and according to the US Census among the ranks of the hungry are 16 million children nationwide. As a result there has been a growing need for more food banks and pantries across the country. Learn where to find food banks and pantries as well as where and how to apply for food stamp assistance.
If you know your legal rights as a tenant, you might be able to fight off eviction while you make other living arrangements. This article looks at the landlord-tenant eviction process and the homeless resources that are available to people that have no place to go after the eviction process is over.
Stop Home Foreclosure
One of the best ways of avoiding homelessness is to hold on to your home for as long as legally possible while you are seeking new employment. One way you might be able to stop the impending home foreclosure process is to demand the lender legally prove ownership of the property before a court of law.
Financial Hardship - Emergency Assistance
GotTrouble provides fast-and-easy-access to statewide emergency homeless shelters, food banks and pantries, low income housing, cash assistance, food stamp information, legal and financial counseling services. To locate these and other local services select your state from the list below:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Qualifying For Food Stamps
Given America's money troubles including the lack of available credit, rising unemployment, foreclosures and now, a declining value in the U.S. dollar, millions of Americans are now for the very first time reaching out for social assistance - and there is no assistance more basic and fundamental then providing food to America’s hungry....
Social Security Benefits – FAQ
Depleted state budgets and federal financial aid programs are leaving most indigent state residents in financial turmoil. Financial aid, whether from federal or state budgets, are woefully inadequate and are leaving most indigent people without ready access to badly needed social security benefits, including supplemental benefits earmarked for the most needy among us. In the meantime, the Congressional Budget office projected the Social Security Program is likely to have a $10 billion dollar deficit in 2010 and lose another $9 Billion dollars in 2011...
Seller Financed Lending
Easy-To-Sell and Easy-To-Buy
If you need to sell your home in today’s market be prepared for a long, expensive and painful process. However, property sellers who want to both obtain their desired price and close on the deal quickly should consider seller financing. Seller financing is a powerful tool to remedy real estate sales that otherwise would never get done. Learn the benefits and risks of private home lending ...