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Rental assistance in Loudoun County.

Find how Loudoun County families can apply for rental assistance or funds to pay for moving costs or security deposits. There are also resources for the homeless, as they can be placed into shelters or transitional housing programs. Or free lawyers and legal aid can help renters content an eviction. There is emergency financial help to pay a variety of expenses, including overdue rent, moving costs, or even a security deposit.

Note any assistance from churches, charities or the government is provided on a first come-served basis to qualified residents. In addition, any funds will provide short term help. It can provide the client time to find more long term solutions, such as the ability to move into a more affordable apartment in Loudoun County. Or it can even allow some time for applications to government rent assistance programs to go through, such as to section 8 HUD vouchers or SSVF.

Lastly, the charities as well as non-profits that administer these housing programs may also offer other financial aid. There may be grants for energy bills, loans for first months rent, an emergency, immediate assistance for rental arrears and more. All of them are focused on stopping evictions as well as homelessness.

Agencies that help with rent, security deposits and housing in Loudoun County

Trinity Episcopal Church
Address is 9108 John Mosby Highway, Upperville, Virginia 20185. Dial (540)592-3343
The church will only support residents that live in Loudoun County but close to the Fauquier line. There is financial help for housing needs, including rent or electric bills. They focus on preventing homelessness, and can also provide referrals to other rent programs in the region.

Loudoun County Legal Aid
Phone - (571) 482-2694
Eviction prevention, housing discrimination, and referrals to rent programs are available from free lawyers that are part of Legal Services of Northern Virginia. Immigrants, the working poor, and seniors can get free legal advice.

 

 

 

Loudoun County Coordinated Entry System
1 Harrison St. SE, Leesburg, VA 20175. Phone: 703-777-0420
A referral service for housing issues. Qualified clients can get mortgage or rent help. There is also relocation assistance, including grants to pay for lease application fees, security deposits, foreclosure help, and moving costs in Loudoun County.

Middleburg FISH Ministries
PO Box 507, Middleburg, Virginia 20118. Dial the charity at (540)687-8771
Financial help for rent or energy costs is available in Western Loudoun County. People can apply only every 6 months.

Loudoun County Department of Family Services
Main address: 102 Heritage Way NE, Leesburg, VA 20177. Primary phone - (703)777-0353
They administer the state of Virginia HPP Homeless Prevention Program. Many services are run. They include funds to resolve crisis situations around rent or a mortgage payment. There may also be money to pay first month's rent for a new, low income apartment. Other aid include eviction prevention, utility help, medications, and more for income qualified families.

Section 8 vouchers are also offered by the Department of Family Services (DFS). This is for the elderly, single moms, and very low income. HCV offers rental assistance to subsidize housing payments so people can live in decent, safe, and sanitary housing.

Catholic Charities
316 E Market St. Leesburg, VA 20175. Call 703-443-2481 or (703) 548-4227
They serve multiple counties, including Loudon. Homeless prevention is one service, and that may include funds for back rent, utilities (to stop homelessness), or mortgage payments. There is also help for immigrants as well as single mother housing. Or get free basic items for a home or apartment, such as furniture.

 

 

 

 

Loudon County Interfaith Relief
The faith based charity administers various housing programs, they sell low cost furniture, provide homeless shelters and other aid. One option will be limited amounts of emergency rent help when all other options fail. Continue with more details on rental assistance from Loudon County Interfaith Relief.

Salvation Army
10 Cardinal Park Drive, S.E., Leesburg VA. Dial 703-771-3371
The Loudon County faith based charity helps the low income, working poor and struggling. There may be emergency rent help to stop evictions. Or get electric bill assistance, grants, a hotel voucher or other low-income housing programs.

Homeless shelters and temporary housing

The charities and organizations below offer short term housing. This may be a homeless shelter for single people or families. Or free motel vouchers in Loudon County may be an option as the applicant finds transitional housing. All of these programs combine case management and long term referrals to rental assistance.

Good Shepherd Alliance - Women and Children Shelter
42802 Hebron Ln, Leesburg, VA 20175. Call Phone: (703) 777-3221
Up to 20 women, children, and single can use the emergency shelter. They also benefit from job assistance programs, credit counseling, meals, and other support.

Loudoun Homeless Services Center at the Volunteers of America
Location is 6400 Meadowview Ct, Leesburg, VA 20175. Call (571)258-3033
It is a cold weather shelter and housing with a focus on veterans. Get assistance in locating permanent housing, including information on loan and financial aid programs to pay first months rent.

 

By Jon McNamara

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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