ForeclosureHelpSCC provides information and referral services to assist families
impacted by foreclosure navigate through the foreclosure process. Services
provided include prevention, intervention and family re-stabilization.
Volunteer staff will meet with you to determine your circumstances and
connect you to the appropriate resources including HUD-certified foreclosure
prevention counselors, nonprofit legal services, emergency financial assistance
and other housing services.
FAIR HOUSING AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
It is the policy of ForeclosureHelp not to discriminate against any person because of that person’s race, color, religious creed, sex (gender), sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, familial status (households with children under the age of 18), source of income, disability, medical condition or age. Color or “ethnic group identification” means the possession of the racial, cultural or linguistic characteristics common to a racial, cultural or ethnic group, or the country or ethnic group from which a person or his or her forebears originated. As required by law, we agree to take the affirmative steps needed to further fair housing.
ForeclosureHelp will consider any and all requests for reasonable accommodation in the application of its rules, policies, practices, and services, and in the use of its physical structures, in accordance with the requirements of state and federal laws. You can ask ForeclosureHelp to consider any reasonable accommodation you may have. Please consult with the Program Manager to request this accommodation.