If you’re struggling to keep up with your mortgage payments, or utility bills there is financial assistance available for help.
Thousands of Bucks County resident are still struggling to keep their families in their homes and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was awarded more than $350 million in aid.
The Credit Counseling Center can help you understand how to take advantage of the federal and state programs that are available now. Our prevention program will guide families through the application process so they can get the funds they need to maintain their housing situation.
“Credit Counseling Center has been an absolute godsend to me and I am so thrilled I was able to swallow my pride and ask for help! Paula Powers-Watts left no stone unturned in applying for the mortgage payment assistance. To have this kind of help on the local level is a genuine lifeline for me!” – Diana from Doylestown.
Our professional HUD approved housing counselors can help you navigate the new programs that are available and assist with managing the forms and the application process needed to qualify for the funds.
The CCC has been assisting homeowners and renters to avoid foreclosure and evictions long before the COVID crisis hit. The nonprofit agency offers free counseling to families who need assistance with resources for navigating benefits and relief programs, and accessing the assistance that is available.
Barbara Lyons, Esquire, Volunteer Administrator for the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program notes, “We anticipate many Bucks County residential tenants will not be able to pay their rent and other necessary life expenses and so the services offered by Ms. Powers-Watts and her organization will be even more critical to help manage the economic health of our many residents and the greater economy.”
PHOTO CAP: Paula Powers-Watts, Executive Director of Credit Counseling Center leading Foreclosure Prevention efforts in Bucks County.