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Get Help Paying Your Rent or Mortgage in Philadelphia

The Homeowners' Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program may be able to help you if you're in danger of losing your home to foreclosure. Learn more about this one of a kind loan program.

Or get help with your mortgage or rent payments:

You can also contact these organizations for help:

Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition
1207 Chestnut St., 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: (215) 851-1768
Services: You can receive a one-time emergency grant for your mortgage or rent if you’re eligible. Call for more information.
Salvation Army
701 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, Pa. 19123
Phone: (215) 787-2821 
Services: The Salvation Army helps people who are in emergency need of financial assistance. Call for more information on getting help with your mortgage or rent.
Family Reunification Fund, Philadelphia Health Management Corporation
260 South Broad St., 18th Floor
Philadelphia, Pa. 19102-5085
Phone: (215) 985-2500 
Services: If you and your family need help paying for your mortgage or rent, you may be able to receive money from the Family Reunification Fund.
New Kensington Community Development Corporation
2515 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. 19125
Phone: (215) 427-0350 extension109
Services: New Kensington CDC offers help and referrals for rental assistance.
Centro Pedro Claver
3565 N. 7th Street
Philadelphia PA 19140
Phone: 215-227-7111
Services: Centro Pedro Claver offers help and referrals for rental assistance.
705-09 N. Franklin St.
Philadelphia PA 19123
Phone: 215-627-3100
Services: Concilio offers help and referrals for rental assistance.

Norris Square Civic Association
149 W. Susquehanna
Philadelphia PA 19122
Phone: 215-426-8723
Services: Norris Square Civic Association offers help and referrals for rental assistance.

Ceiba is a consortium of community-based organizations in Philadelphia.
The members of Ceiba are: Borinquen Federal Credit Union, Centro Pedro Claver, Concilio De Organizaciones Hispanas de Filadelfia, Hunting Park CDC, The Norris Square Civic Association, and Nueva Esperanza Housing and Economic Development.
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I guess right now the best choice it to wait and hope that Obama's plan to subsidize home owners in trouble will go forward and people will get help with their mortgage loans. Although there are some people who say that letting some properties go into foreclosure would fix the wrong which was done by giving those loans in the first place. We'll have to wait and see but hopefully the economy will soon get strong enough for people to be able to pay their mortgage on their own. Julia @