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  • Pima County, City of Tucson launch interactive housing assistance website

    Mar 10, 2014 | Read More News
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    Are you homeless? Or worried that you can’t pay your rent?

    PimaCountyHelp.orgPima County and the City of Tucson have created Housing Help and Resources, a new website that you can use to find the housing assistance you need and are eligible for. Go to www.PimaCountyHelp.org.

    The website has three sections.

    Find Housing Programs uses an interactive set of questions to help you find housing programs that you might be eligible for. The website has information for 62 housing programs offered by 22 providers. Based on your information, you will get a list of one or more housing programs, their requirements, whether there is a waiting list, and how to contact the programs.

    Find Rental Housing can help you find an affordable place to rent. You can type in your requirements such as cost of rent, apartment size, location, and whether the rental is near a bus line. The website has over 2,100 up-to-date rental listings in Tucson and Pima County.

    Find Resources will connect you to information about tenant and landlord rights, home repair and weatherization, foreclosure counseling, rent and utility assistance, and more.

    The Housing Help and Resources website is available in multiple languages. The information you provide is anonymous and not shared with anyone else.

    The housing assistance providers whose programs are part of the website include:
    • American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter
    • Church on the Street
    • City of Tucson Housing and Community Development
    • Compass Affordable Housing
    • Compass Health Care
    • Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
    • Esperanza en Escalante
    • Gospel Rescue Mission
    • Habitat for Humanity
    • La Frontera Center
    • Old Pueblo Community Services
    • Open Inn
    • Our Family Services
    • Paxton House Sober Living
    • Pio Decimo
    • PPEP
    • Primavera Foundation
    • Salvation Army Tucson
    • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation
    • Southern Arizona Veterans Administration Healthcare System
    • TMM Family Services