How we may help
Our advocates can:
- Educate and represent people in disputes with a landlord, a housing authority, or a mortgage company.
- Help people keep their homes or apartments.
- Help tenants improve their living conditions.
- Answer questions and provide referrals.
- Give talks about housing issues to community groups or social services agencies.
How to get help
All of our program offices handle housing problems. If you have an emergency, we will see you as soon as we can. We ask that you call first if your problem is not an emergency. When you come in, bring with you all papers you have about your problem.
If you can't come in
If you are disabled or you cannot travel to one of our offices, call us to arrange a telephone intake interview.
You can lose important rights by waiting too long to get help. If you have an emergency (such as an appeal deadline or a hearing, or you've been locked out, or your utilities have been cut-off), call our nearest office and explain. If you have an emergency and cannot reach us by phone, come to the office nearest you with all the papers about your problem.