Rent Assistance


Memphis, Tennessee

Rent Assistance

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We have listed all of the rental assistance programs that we have located in Memphis, Tennessee 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 Memphis that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.

Friends For Life Corporation

Friends For Life Corporation

43 N. Cleveland
Memphis, TN - 38104

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The mission of Friends For Life Corporation is to provide critical services, basic needs, and outreach programs that empower those affected by HIV/AIDS to optimize their longevity and quality of life. Our comprehensive, client-centered approach includes education, housing, food, transportation, healthcare, and healthy life skills. We strive to enlighten the Mid-South community in a manner that hei

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United Methodist Neighborhood Centers Inc

United Methodist Neighborhood Centers Inc

3000 Walnut Grove Rd
Memphis, TN - 38111
(901)323-4993

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We are committed to enhancing the physical and spiritual lives of individuals and families by bringing together churches and neighbors to provide child care, spiritual development, social services and education.

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Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association

Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association

910 Vance Ave
Memphis, TN - 38126

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MIFA changes the community by helping change lives.

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Division of Housing and Community Development - MEMPHIS

Division of Housing and Community Development - MEMPHIS

701 N. Main Street
Memphis , TN - 38107
(901) 5767313

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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)

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