Help with rent in Clark County Ohio and Springfield.

The Clark County Ohio government Family Services office as well as charities combine resources to offer emergency rental assistance to tenants that are in a crisis. The goal is to both prevent homelessness as well as rehouse individuals that do not have a place to live, and this is when there may be help to pay for a security deposit as well.

When applying for rent help, any financial aid comes with conditions. The applicant needs to be able/willing to work or be in job training/part time role. Budgeting classes, case management, and self-sufficiency is also required. The funds available in Springfield Ohio for paying rent are limited to what donations and government grants are available, so many tenants will be turned away.

When all funds are used up, or if the applicant is not qualified, they can always seek a loan. Or they can move into transitional housing until they get back on track. In either case funds for paying a deposit, back rent, or even energy bill will always give priority to the most deserving that show the ability to sustain their home or apartment on their own.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church – Saint Vincent
Location is Address is 209 W Lake Ave
New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
(937) 845-3121
The church only supports the Bethel township area. The process to apply for rental assistance takes several days. Phone applications are needed and a home visit may take place before any money to help with rent is paid out.

Clark County Department Of Job and Family Services
1345 Lagonda Ave.
Springfield, OH 45503
(937) 327-1700
Only people in risk of losing their job due to a housing issue can apply for rent, mortgage, or energy bill assistance. The program in question is Prevention, Retention, And Contingency (PRC) – CCDJFS. Grants are given to Clark County Ohio for bills, such as rent or transportation, if it may impact a job. Much of the aid goes to households with children, including single moms or dads.

 

 

 

 

Clark County Veterans' Service Center
Address is 120 S. Center St.3rd Floor
Springfield, Ohio 45502
(937) 521-2030
Veterans, military members, and their families can get financial assistance. It includes for rent, transportation, low interest rate loans for housing costs, and much more.

Interfaith Hospitality Network - Norm's Place
501 W. High St.
Springfield, OH 45506
Dial 211 first. See below.
All applicants need a reference from the United Way 211 service. Call there first. The Housing Stability program can help pay security deposits, moving costs, or rent. The non-profits phone number is (937) 322-1029 or dial (937) 521-1071.

Springfield District Council Of St. Vincent De Paul
228 Raffensperger
Springfield, OH 45505
Call (937) 322-0838
Dial only between 10:00-10:30 am on Tuesday or Friday. Funds can help with housing costs, including shelter or back rent.

LAWO Springfield
20 S. Limestone St. Ste. 220
Springfield, OH 45502-1278
(877) 894-4599
A pro-bono law firms that covers Clark County. Everything from eviction help to referrals, debt and credit issues are addressed for free. The applicant needs to be very low income or a senior citizen.

 

 

 

Springfield Metropolitan Housing Authority
Address is 101 W High St
Springfield, Ohio 45502
Phone number is (937) 325-7331
The PHA processes applications for state of Ohio Section 8 HUD vouchers. This is income based housing in which some of the rent is paid using federal government monies.

Project Woman Shelter
525 East Home Road
Springfield, OH 45503
Main phone - (937) 325-3707
This is an emergency shelter for victims of violence or abuse. Meals, short term housing, legal aid, and other support is given.

 

 

 

 

 

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