Marshall County rental assistance.

The primary organizations to turn to for rent help in Marshall County are below. Based on a number of factors, such as whether the applicant has an eviction notice and their household income, the agencies may direct the client to a grant program or offer them a loan for paying their rent.

The programs are combined with shelter as well as transitional housing. While any funds for helping with a security deposit or the enrollment into a rental assistance program is made at the discretion of the case manager, the non-profits try to help as many tenants as possible. The homeless prevention programs will often give priority for any rent help to senior citizens, veterans, and low income parents with children. But others from Marshall County can also apply for support.

Community Action Agency Albertville/Boaz/Horton/Douglas
Address: 915 West Mckinney Street
Albertville, Alabama 35950
Main phone - (256) 878-5451
Direct aid from the agency includes grants for back rent as well as counseling. They also administer the Neighbor to Neighbor utility program, provide referrals to low income housing, offer support to the disabled and other aid.

The Christian Community Outreach
251 County Road 142
Albertville, Alabama 35950
(256) 659-6802
Temporary financial assistance can help pay housing expenses. There may be money for utility bills, rent, and water costs. The charity fights homelessness in Marshall County.

Salvation Army Of Marshall County
Location - 1615 Henry Street Hwy 69
Guntersville, AL 35976
For information, dial (256) 582-0536
Rental assistance may be offered at most once per year to tenants in an extreme situation. Transitional housing, programs for single moms and veterans, and other financial aid is arranged too.

 

 

 

Liberty Church
300 First Ave., NW
Arab, AL 35016
(256) 931-4673
Funding is limited. When possible, they may assist with mortgage or rent payments, offer loans, job placement, and offer other services.

CASA of Marshall County
Main address - 1925 Gunter Avenue
Guntersville, Alabama 35976
(256) 582-7119
The non-profit supports the disabled and senior citizens only.

Legal Aid
For intake, dial (888) 741-7129
Senior can often get free advice regardless of their income. Other low income families can learn about programs to stop evictions, resolve disputes over deposits, and learn how to access housing.

Community Action Of Northeast Alabama
424 Blount Avenue
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7723
Low to moderate income families can learn about LIHEAP, emergency solution grants for paying security deposits, moving costs or rent, and more. Support is for families living in poverty with a source of income, and the funds for rental needs are aimed at stopping evictions.

Albertville Housing Authority
Address: 711 S Broad St
Albertville, Alabama 35950
Phone: (256) 878-2641
Very low income families can apply for rental subsidies from the HUD affiliated agency.

 

 

 

 

Shelters and transitional housing

The agencies below try to rehouse the homeless. Once stable, clients can be referred to government grants for paying first months rent or a deposit, credit counseling, or get advice on applying for section 8 housing vouchers.

Room in the Inn is at FUMC Youth Services Bldg 539 Bount Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976. Call (256) 582-2001.

Stepping Stone, 3825 Bruce Road, Boaz, AL 35957. Telephone number is (256) 744-8179. The non-profit helps people transition into a new home or apartment.

Marshall County Home Place - 1221 Blount Avenue, Guntersville, Alabama 35976. Phone (256) 582-2360 . Shelter is provided along with transportation and classes on living skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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