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Rent assistance in Jackson Mississippi area.

Find where to get rent help or housing assistance in Hinds County MS. There is financial help for low-income families, single moms, veterans and struggling tenants in the Jackson region. Charities, churches or government agencies offer rental assistance, housing vouchers or security deposit help to qualified applicants. Learn how to get help with rent near you in Hinds County and Jackson.

The goal is to help stop homelessness. Call or stop by a church, non-profit, or government organization today in order to get money to help with paying back rent. Or Hinds County residents can find safe and affordable low income housing, apartments or homes, including income based rent subsidized units. The organizations may be able to help with that as well.

Many of those who receive assistance, such as government hardship grants, do so for the first time. The charities and government agencies below will offer help with paying for a security deposit, first months rent, free legal aid or funds to assist with possibly moving costs in the Jackson MS region or they give referrals.

Places that help pay rent in Hinds County and Jackson

South Central Community Action Agency also supports Hinds County. Call (601) 407-5473 or (769) 235-8224. There are grant programs that can help with housing, rent, utilities or mobile home lot rent. There are also resources for seniors, disabled, and single parent tenants. Or get other social financial help for renters to try to stop evictions. The address is 3881 I-55 South Frontage Rd, Jackson, MS 39212..

Mississippi Regional Housing Authority VI has an address of 2180 Terry Road, Jackson, Mississippi, 39204. Call (601) 373-7040 The regional section 8 housing authority agency. Rent subsidized apartments, public housing, and other resources are for low income families or single adults. The HUD rental vouchers, including emergency section 8, can also be used to pay for a mortgage.

  • Additional HUD organizations are in the region. Another option is the Jackson Housing Authority (PHA), which is based at 2747 Livingston Rd, Jackson, MS 39213. They focus on affordable housing in the city itself. Phone: (601) 362-0885

 

 

 

  • Mississippi Housing Partnership also offers government rent relief programs. The location is 1217 N West St, Jackson, MS 39202. Phone: (601) 969-1895. They process applications to section 8 housing choice vouchers in Hinds County. Access low cost apartments, home buying services and public, rent subsidized housing for low-income families or veterans and more.

Lutheran Episcopal Services in Mississippi - Regardless of the Hinds County families income, the charity may have emergency funds for paying rent, security deposits, and offers vouchers for hotels or motels. Various housing and financial assistance and grant programs are administered. The location is 2 Old River Place Suite E., Jackson, Mississippi 39202, (601) 352-7125

MS State Department of Health - Division of STD/HIV - A program known as HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS), provides emergency rental assistance and grants to patients (and their families) who are HIV positive or who have AIDs. A number of financial resources and housing information is made available. The office is at 570 E. Woodrow Wilson,  Jackson, Mississippi 39215-1700, call 601-576-7723

SVDP of Hinds County is the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Conference. Various parishes and churches help the poor, low income, seniors over the age of 60 in Jackson MS and less fortunate. Free furniture, emergency financial help for rent or bills, homeless shelters, and other social services may be arranged. More on SVDP Hinds County.

Jackson Mississippi Office of Housing and Community Development - Local government organization to call for low income housing or rent assistance. The goal is to encourage landlords / private property owners to help low-income families find a place to live and pay for it. The office is at 200 S President St, Jackson, MS 39201. The main phone number is (601) 960-2155.

The Good Samaritan Center provides referrals only as well as other basic needs. As far as rental assistance, the agency tries to direct tenant as well as low-income families to resources in Hinds County, the state, or federal government. The charity is at 114 Millsaps Ave., Jackson, MS 39202, ordial 601-355-6276 for referrals to rent and housing programs.

 

 

 

 

PTEH is a regional non-profit agency. They offer a variety of eviction prevention programs, rehousing solutions, grants to pay rent or utility bills, free motel vouchers to homeless people with kids and more. Tenants, the homelessness, and struggling low to moderate income families may all get loans or grants to help pay rent or deposits. More on PTEH housing assistance.

Clinton Community Christian Corp is only for residents of the school district. Some emergency financial aid, loans for paying rent, or other support is provided to families with a crisis. Dial (601) 924-9436. The location is at 2001 W Northside Dr, Clinton, MS 39056.

Salvation Army of Jackson Mississippi is located at 110 Presto Lane Jackson. Call 601-982-4881. They operate a Hope homeless shelter in Hinds County. Based on the availability of government grants, there may be funds to pay for a partial security deposit or rent payment, including for senior citizens. Other short term housing can be available with referrals and case management. Single mothers, veterans and people with an eviction letter in Jackson MS get priority for emergency rent assistance.

Rental assistance Jackson MS and Hinds CountyCentral Southwest Mississippi Legal Services provides free legal representation, aid, and advice to low income families. The pro-bono firm in Jackson can help Hind County families with eviction defense, unsafe housing, and offer referrals as well to homeless assistance programs. Tenants with an eviction letters in Jackson MS will get a free legal consul. Telephone - (601) 948-6752.

Stewpot helps people move from homelessness to stable housing, including help with moving costs, rent or a security deposit. Funds are very limited. There are also shelters, outreach centers and other housing assistance. The charity is located at 1100 W. Capitol St, Jackson, MS, 39203. Call (601) 353-2759.

Grace House has an ESG grant program. It offers qualified individuals in the Jackson MS area with a number of assistance programs, including emergency rent help, utilities, and housing counseling. The goal is to help stop evictions, rehousing people, and assist with rent, utility or security deposits and other bills. Address is 2219 North Lamar Street, Jackson, MS 39202. Call (601) 353-1038

Central Mississippi Continuum of Care is made up of local organizations that help low-income families and homeless people. The organization can provide rent relief as part of the federal government funded Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program for Hinds County.

  • This can also provide funds for moving costs, deposits, first months rent, energy bills, and even free credit counseling for families looking to lease an apartment. Some participants will be issued an interest deferred loan to pay those rental expenses. The goal is to help people faced with an eviction in order to stop homelessness in the community. The location is 1230 Raymond Rd, Jackson, MS 39204. Phone: (769) 237-1012.

Catholic Charities provides housing assistance to women, including single moms in Hinds County, who need a safe place to live from an abusive situation. This can be combined with help to pay a deposit or first months rent on an apartment. The location is 731 S Pear Orchard Rd #51, Ridgeland, MS 39157. Call (601) 355-8634

United Way of the Capital Area gives referrals to programs that offer immediate rental assistance, government grants and other resources. Call (601) 948-4725. All of the information is free from the office at 843 N President St, Jackson, MS 39202.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church has many social services for the working poor, low-income, and others, including a few dollars to help pay past due rent or utility bills. All funds are limited and require case management. The location is 305 N Congress St, Jackson, MS 39201. Dial (601) 353-9691

In addition to the rental assistance programs above, some Hinds County MS organizations coordinate affordable, no wait list or long term housing with limited income based rent relief provided. Private landlords and local government agencies offer financial assistance. The programs are often combined with money for ongoing monthly rental payments for a period of time.

  • Madonna Manor Apartments - This location offers low-cost affordable and safe housing for seniors ages 62 and older. The maximum amount of rent they will need to pay is limited to 30% of their total household income. The main office is at 550 Houston Avenue, Jackson, MS 39202, 601-353-0061
  • Gateway Rescue Mission has emergency homeless shelters, transitional and short term housing programs as well as referrals to first months rent payment assistance. The location is 328 S Gallatin St, Jackson, Mississippi 39203. Call (601) 353-5864
  • Azalea Christian Manor Apartments - A sliding scale sets rent based on income. The center offers apartments for individuals with mobility impairment / disabilities, and the applicant must be 18 years old and older. Location is 439 W. Northside Drive, Jackson, MS 39206, phone 601-366-0723, with relief provided for monthly rental payments for qualified tenants.

 

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