Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we added eviction prevention to our suite of housing stability services, offering support to renters at risk of housing loss.
Today, our attorneys and HUD-certified housing counselors continue to provide free counseling services, and legal advice to address the challenges faced by renters.
The availability of these services depends on our capacity, the eligibility of the individual, and the specifics of the matter.
How do I get started?
If you are at risk of unlawful eviction or have a related dispute with your landlord impacting your housing stability, fill out the intake form today to request assistance.
Do I need a lawyer?
Whether you need a lawyer or a housing counselor depends on your individual circumstances. We can help determine which of our departments may be better able to assist you. Please keep in mind that simply contacting us does not guarantee provision of any service.
When is the right time to seek help?
Are you behind on rent? Have you received any communication from your landlord that has raised concern? Have you received an eviction notice?
If so, now is the time to contact us. The sooner you reach out the more options you have.