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Help with rent in Alabama.

Get details on rent assistance programs in Alabama, both at the local level and statewide resources. Low-income families and tenants will get help from a charity, government program or church. Assistance for paying rental arrears ranges from grant money to a free lawyer to stop evictions. Find how to get rent, moving assistance, and security deposit help in Georgia Alabama.

Programs by county and city are listed below, with long term, income based housing as well as emergency rental assistance offered throughout the state. The goal is to help stop evictions and to also rehouse homeless people. A major focus is on help single moms, senior citizens, veterans and disabled people pay their back rent.

Get rental assistance in GA from statewide resources

  • Eviction Prevention programs for low-income tenants or the unemployed will be an option in Alabama for those that are not receiving Section 8 benefits. The assistance ranges from free legal aid in housing court to cash assistance from a charity or church that can be used to pay past due rent or a utility bill. Rent help or money for utility bills will help prevent an eviction from a current home or apartment housing. Find AL homeless prevention and rapid re-housing.
  • Income based housing is available in Alabama for low-income families and the elderly. The main program is section 8, which is the HUD housing choice vouchers. Tenants will have access to a home or apartment in which their monthly rent costs will be up to 30% of their income. Find section 8 Alabama housing authority.
  • Alabama community action agencies are located in all counties through the state. They provide emergency financial help, including grant money for rent, as well as other support. There is home buying assistance, loans, budgeting advice and other assistance for low-income renters. Locate community action Alabama programs near you.
  • Salvation Army emergency rent assistance programs are offered. Based on people or families with a eviction notice can get immediate, one time rental assistance. Or there may help moving, free furniture for a tenant, and money to pay lot rent. A number of resources are offered, and locate emergency rent help from AL Salvation Army.
  • Free lawyers help low-income tenants in Alabama. Free legal services assist with housing discrimination, attorneys offer free landlord or tenant mediation services, and there is also legal assistance with completing forms to government benefits including section 8, ESG rent grants and more. Find fee lawyers for low income tenants in AL.





Local city and county rental assistance programs in Alabama

Find where and how to apply in AL below for rent help - select a town or county. There are a number of places to apply at. Contact an agency for help with back rent payment, security or utility deposits, storage or moving cost assistance or even funds to pay mobile lot rent. There is support for homeless people in Alabama, including free motel vouchers, as well as struggling tenants.

Funds are limited. Housing programs are operated by government organizations, non-profits as well as churches. They all may offer rent assistance to struggling and/or low income households. Referrals or direct financial aid is offered as well if need be.

Baldwin County

Blount, DeKalb and Jackson County

Jefferson County

Lee County

Madison County

Marshall County

Mobile County

Montgomery County

Shelby County

Tuscaloosa County


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