Need help with your housing situation?

The Housing Alliance is not a housing or social services provider, but an advocacy organization.  If you or someone you know is in need of housing, is threatened with the loss of their home or in need of other services, please visit one of the organizations listed below.

Looking for an affordable home?

PAHousingSearch.com – This is a free service to find and list affordable homes and apartments across Pennsylvania.

Housing Authorities provide affordable housing for eligible low- and moderate-income households.  To find your local Housing Authority CLICK HERE or visit pahra.org.

PA Housing Choices provides information on housing options for people with mental illness. To download a list of local contacts who can assist with housing CLICK HERE or visit pahousingchoices.org.

Homeless or threatened with becoming homeless?

Pennsylvania Homeless Assistance Programs can help.  Learn more here.  For a list of Homeless Assistance Programs by county CLICK HERE. 

Facing foreclosure or need help buying a home?

HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies throughout the country that can provide advice on buying a home, renting, defaults, foreclosures, and credit issues. To find a list of HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies in Pennsylvania CLICK HERE  or visit hud.portal.gov.

PHFA also maintains a list of approved housing counseling agencies in Pennsylvania, at http://www.phfa.org/applications/counseling_agencies.aspx#section1options.

HEMAP is a loan program designed to protect Pennsylvanians who, through no fault of their own, are financially unable to make their mortgage payments and are in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. Learn more at http://www.phfa.org/consumers/homeowners/hemap.aspx.

MoneyGeek.com help consumers make smarter financial decisions. There you can check out theirfirst-time homebuyers guide and other helpful resources.

HomeHUBpa.org is an online, interactive mobile-friendly information clearinghouse for homeownership professionals—lenders, realtors, governmental officials, builders, housing counselors—to learn about and share resources to help clients obtain, retain or maintain a home.

Need other services?

Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network -To find your county’s Legal Aid Network program offices CLICK HERE or visit www.palegalaid.net.

 

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Links to housing and housing service providers in Pennsylvania.
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Homeowners are the proud backbone of PennsylvaniaÂ’s communities, but now more than ever homeowners need help to avoid foreclosure. Pennsylvania has been fortunate to have the Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program (HEMAP) for homeowners facing foreclosure, but HEMAP needs more resources to help the increasing number of homeowners in trouble – and is facing elimination due to budget cuts.

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