Nationwide -- Millions of individuals and families in the country are taking advantage of low income housing programs, and the numbers continue to rise as the U.S. economy has worsened and more people have become unemployed. Because of this, the National Low Income Housing Authority (NLIHA) has launched a new web site at LowIncome.org to better serve those who need assistance.
The web site is an online tool that offers valuable information, resources, and tips on how to find and apply for low income housing programs and other government assistance programs. It also features a searchable database of more than 3,000 programs, rehab centers, and shelters in all 50 states.
Those who are going through a financial crisis can use the site to find an affordable place to live, to be informed about what their options are, and to be encouraged that there is help available. In addition, the site can be used as a resource on how to best deal with evictions, foreclosures, bad credit, child support, and college funding for low-income students.
For more details, visit www.LowIncome.org
About the National Low Income Housing Authority
Launched in 2010, this organization was created to educate and empower people who have encountered financial difficulties. The mission is to offer as much helpful information and resources as possible.