Suffolk County foreclosure prevention.

Homeowners in Suffolk County New York can contact HUD approved non-profit housing counseling agencies. The organizations offer free or reduced priced financial counseling and foreclosure prevention services for homeowners who are facing default on a primary residential mortgage.

Counselors from these non-profit organizations will work closely with the client and the bank or mortgage holder to arrange a mutually agreeable and realistic payment plan for their home loan. Also, counselors will, when possible, offer default mortgage counseling to homeowners with FHA loans and conventional loans. Specialists will seek to assist homeowners in maintaining properties to prevent foreclosure by negotiating with lenders for solutions to mortgage delinquencies. Housing counselors from these Suffolk County agencies will also perform credit services and budget analysis in order to educate individuals and assist families so they become self-sufficient over the long term. They also help with predatory lending.

American Debt Resources
Main office location 248C Larkfield Road
East Northport, New York 11731
Phone number - 1-800-498-0766
In addition to receiving foreclosure counseling, also get debt reduction and consolidation programs, credit repair, and more.

Central Islip Civic Council
68 Wheeler Road
Central Islip, NY 11722
631-348-0669 ext: 13

37-43 77th Street, 2nd Floor
Jackson Heights, New York 11372
Mortgage assistance is available for Asian Americans, and Southeast Asian speaking housing counselors are on staff.





Community Development Corporation of Long Island
2100 Middle Country Road, Suite 300
Centereach, NY 11720
Phone number - 631-471-1215 ext: 158

NIS - Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.
Location - 475 East Main St, Suite 206
Patchogue, NY 11772
Telephone - 631-289-2124

700 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 305
Hauppauge, New York 11788
Toll free phone number - 888-776-6738
The non-profit HUD approved agency can provide free or low cost foreclosure assistance, credit repair, and information on federal and New York state mortgage assistance programs.

Housing Help, Inc.
91-101 Broadway, Suite 6
Greenlawn, NY 11740
HUD approved housing counseling agency. Low to moderate income homeowners may qualify for free advice and counseling.

La Fuerza Unida, Inc.
1 School Street, Suite 302
Glen Cove, NY 11542
This non-profit is serving western Suffolk County residents. Can help with predatory home loans, and counselors can negotiate and mediate a solution between the homeowner and lender. Also Spanish speaking staff are available.

Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc.
180 Oser Avenue
Hauppaugue, New York 11788
Phone number is 631-435-4710




Long Island Housing Services, Inc.
640 Johnson Avenue, Suite 8
Bohemia, NY 11716-2624
Suffolk County residents may qualify for free foreclosure counseling. Meet with a counselor for confidential, high quality services. They can help negotiate a lower interest rate, waive fees, and stop an imminent foreclosure. They can refer individuals to other local organizations too.

NIS - Long Island Housing Services, Inc.
Main office address: 640 Johnson Avenue, Suite 8
Bohemia, New York 11716-2624
Call 631-467-5111

North Fork Housing Alliance, Inc.
110 South St.
Greenport, NY 11944-1619
Call 631-477-1070 to get information and to make an appointment.

Town of East Hampton - Office of Housing & Community Development
Location is 159 Pantigo Road
East Hampton, NY 11937
Primary phone number - 631-267-7896

Economic Opportunity Council Of Suffolk, Inc.
320 Carleton Avenue, Suite 7800
Central Islip, New York 11772
(631)647-3762 x201
Offers a number of financial assistance programs and resources. Not only housing and mortgage assistance, but also find information on electric assistance, food, health care, and more. The goal is to help the low income and working poor become self-sufficient.

NIS - Wyandanch Community Development Corporation
59 Cumberbach Street
Wyandanch, New York 11798-3326
Dial 631-253-0139 OR 631-643-4786
Only serves homeowners in parts of western Suffolk.





By Jon McNamara

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