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Affordable Housing Contact Information

Affordable Housing Inventory 2022
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Affordable Housing Inventory 2022
Affordable Housing Inventory 2022
Affordable Housing Contact Information2022-03-28T13:44:34-04:00

Mortgage Assistance Hotline

If homeowner has a mortgage delinquency, CT has a mortgage assistance hotline: (877) 472-8313.

Mortgage Assistance Hotline2022-03-28T13:33:45-04:00

Affordable Home Repairs

Habitat for Humanity of NW CT (860) 435-4747

PO Box 1, Salisbury, CT 06068

www.habitatnwct.org

 

Chore Service [minor home repairs] (860) 435-9177

 

Rebuilding Together: 

PO Box544, Bantam, CT 06750

(203) 240-9666:

www.rebuildinglitchfieldcounty.org

A national non-profit organization that can provide necessary repairs, improvements and modifications to existing homes, free of charge, to low-income  home-owners who are unable to do the work themselves. Towns covered: Goshen, Litchfield, Warren and Kent.

Affordable Home Repairs2022-08-25T09:22:00-04:00

Retirement/Residential/Long Term Care Homes

Canaan

Geer Village (860) 824-8133;

Geer Nursing and Rehabilitation

(860) 824-3800

www.geercares.org

 

Salisbury

Noble Horizons (860) 435-9851

Provides rental housing, Residential Care Home, Rest Homes with Nursing Supervision and Chronic and Convalescent Nursing Home.

 www.noblehorizons.org

 

Sharon

Sharon Healthcare (860) 364-1002

www.Athenahealthcare.com

 

Elderly – Senior Subsidized Housing

Housing for seniors, age 62 and older.  Must be able to live alone and meet income requirements.

Canaan:

Wangum Village (860) 824-0521

Beckley House (860) 824-7884   beckleyhouse@emchm.org

Kent –  Templeton Farm (860) 927-4000

Cornwall – Bonney Brook (860) 619-8194

Norfolk – Meadowbrook (860) 542-5470

Retirement/Residential/Long Term Care Homes2022-03-28T13:32:49-04:00

Independent Living: Making Homes Accessible

https://www.moneygeek.com/mortgage/resources/home-modification-for-disability/

This website gives an overview of how much some types of renovations cost, tips on where to find help to pay for remodeling projects and expert advice about what types of projects make sense. Those who don’t want to deal with renovations or find the task is beyond their economic means can still find help to live independently through other resources such as rental assistance in homes designed for people with disabilities.

Independent Living: Making Homes Accessible2022-03-28T13:29:54-04:00

Guide to Home Loans for People with Disabilities

https://www.thesimpledollar.com/home-ownership-for-people-with-disabilities/

This guide offers a comprehensive overview of resources and opportunities that can help you overcome the financial challenges that stand between you and homeownership. Whether you’re in the market for a new home or you’re a first-time buyer this guide has information you need to get past those obstacles.

Guide to Home Loans for People with Disabilities2022-03-28T13:28:54-04:00

Homeownership Counseling, Education & Foreclosure Prevention

Housing Development Fund- (203) 969-1830 or www.hdf-ct.org

Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Program: Community Action Agency- (860) 832-9438

 

Down payment Assistance Programs

Housing Development Fund- (203) 969-1830 or  www.hdf-ct.org

HDF is a HUD-Certified counseling and lending agency, particularly for first time home-buyer.

 

USDA Rural Housing Programs (860) 688-7725

 

Foreclosure Prevention Assistance

Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury (203) 753-1896 or www.nhswaterbury.org

They have good counselors.

 

Legal Help

Statewide Legal Services (800) 453-3320 www.ctlawhelp.org

 

Emergency One Time Assistance

Neighbor–to–Neighbor Fund: provides emergency one time assistance for local residents who are in economic distress. Neighbor-to-Neighbor makes small grants (generally around $500) to help those with overdue utilities, medical bills, short-term housing costs, and transportation problems. Interested individuals should contact their town’s social service provider

 

Accessory Apartment Program

The HousingUs Accessory Apartment Program– assists homeowners through the process of creating an apartment in their homes or on their property- from design to permitting and tenant selection.  For more information visit www.housingus.org.

Homeownership Counseling, Education & Foreclosure Prevention2022-03-28T13:25:51-04:00

Homeownership Programs

The organizations below provide opportunities for affordable homeownership for moderate income families and can be contacted directly for more information.

Cornwall Housing Corporation
PO Box 174, Cornwall, CT 06753

Contact: Maggie Cooley (860) 672-6251 

http://www.cornwallhousingcorporation.com

 

Foundation for Norfolk Living
PO Box 2, Norfolk, CT 06058

Contact: Lou Barbagallo (860) 542-5395

 

Goshen Housing Trust, Inc.
59 Torrington Road, Goshen, CT 06756

(203) 699-9335

 

Habitat for Humanity (NW CT chapter)
(860) 435-4747

www.habitatnwct.org

 

Kent Affordable Housing
PO Box 265, Kent, CT 06757

info@kentaffordablehousing.org  (860) 927-5022

 

Salisbury Housing Trust
24 Main Street, PO Box 52, Salisbury, CT 06068
www.salisburyhousingtrust.org

 

Sharon Ridge Apartments
(860) 364-1372

Homeownership Programs2022-03-28T13:25:12-04:00
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