We have listed all of the rental assistance programs that we have located in Springfield, Missouri below. Many are government and non profit program organizations that help with rent payment subsidies, down payments, bill pay and financial assistance. We also provide detailed information on government low income housing programs such as the rapid re-housing program.
Hopefully they can assist you in your search for help. If you know of any programs in Springfield that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.
Provides resources on how to find free government money for families. This includes rental and housing assistance programs, utilities assistance, bill pay assistance. ...Read Full Details
Our mission is to provide education to the general public and services to persons with HIV infection, their families and significant others in a confidential, caring environment. APO provides medical, financial, and educational services--both to our clients and to the public--in 29 counties in Southwest Missouri.Read more
PROVIDE EMERGENCY FOOD, RENT AND UTILITY ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS IN NEED.Read more
215 S Barnes Ave
Springfield, MO - 65802
It is the mission of the Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation to improve the quality of life by reducing poverty and strengthening families and communities.Read more
To create a place where persons, especially the poor, are welcomed and cared for with dignity and compassion.Read more
We share the Gospel through preaching, teaching, counseling and individual witnessing, even as we share meals, shelter, clothing and other emergency assistance. We provide a place of peace and refuge where men and women come to be restored from the hectic pace of life that has led their lives to ruin. We seek to treat each man, woman and child with dignity, and to affirm the great love of God thatRead more
P.O. Box 8368
Springfield, MO - 65801
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG)Read more