Free Mississippi foreclosure counseling.

Various agencies and non-profits, including Neighborworks America, work closely with the Mississippi Home Corporation to provide free foreclosure counseling to homeowners in Mississippi. These national non-profit agencies, the state and federal government, and others then is work with housing counseling agencies at the county level throughout the state.

There are always alternatives available to Mississippi homeowners that may be facing foreclosure. The agencies throughout the state are offering the Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program to assist homeowners in exploring options for avoiding or stopping a foreclosure and keeping their home.

Mississippi Foreclosure Counseling Agencies

The following non-profit counseling agencies all offer mortgage programs and free foreclosure counseling to borrowers who are struggling. They can help you if you have already missed a mortgage payment, or if you anticiapte struggling in the future. It is always best to call them in advance. All services are free.

AMOS Network of Lafayette County, which is based in Oxford, (662)231-1499

CFORM/CCDC - Phone (662)690-4009

CCCS/Jackson - Dial (800)251-2227



Jackson Mississippi based HEED - (601)981-1960

North Delta MS Enterprise Community, which can be contacted at (662)487-1968

Housing Alternatives of Hattiesburg Mississippi - (601)544-9140

International Relief and Development (IRD). They have counseling offices on the Gulf Coast as well as in Jackson County. Dial (228)864-6677

Manna Ministries - Phone (601)916-8191

MS Faith Based Coalition - (601)346-7503

MS Action for Community Education - (662)335-3523

Multi County CSA, Inc. has offices located all across Mississippi. Phone number (601)484-3969.

North MS Rural Legal Services - (662)234-8731. Provides free legal advice and representation.

Tunica County CDC can be called at (662)363-5990

Urban League of Greater Jackson - (601)714-4600

Also fell free to call Mississippi Home Corporation at 601-718-INFO for more information on this foreclosure prevention program, a list of agencies, or any other help you may need.









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