With so many wonderful things that the District has to offer, it is bound to be a bit pricey. It is not only groceries and gas that may be expensive, but also rent. If you currently live in the District of Columbia and are trying to get financial help with paying your rent, then you have come to the right place.
One option that is available to you and that is becoming more and more popular as time goes on is getting a roommate. This is a great option that people are using. If you and a roommate share either the home or apartment that you are renting, then the rent bill will naturally be split in half. This is a great way to utilize the space you have and to go easy on the amount of money you are spending on your rent.
Another option that is great to use if you are looking to get help with rent is to talk to someone local who provides services to make your rent payments easier on your wallet. There are lots of nonprofit organizations that specialize in helping those low-income families and people who are in debt.
If you currently live in District of Columbia and would like to talk to an organization you can contact Hope and a Home Inc. To contact them, call 202-387-7091. For this specific organization, helping children and families are their main goals. They consider the best way to help a child is to encourage healthy, loving families.
Another organization that can help if you live in Washington D.C is the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. Their contact number is 888-466-3487. Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Call today and ask about their rent assistance program which is specialized to families of low income. This organization also provides their services in Spanish for those who do not speak English.
If you are looking to get rent assistance, you have already taken the first step. Call the resources listed above and they will guide you towards the right direction and hopefully make paying rent an easier task!
Her first hand view of people taking out loans and trying to pay through their college education has sparked her interest into learning more about finance and how to manage it.
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