Counseling and 211 Services
HUD-Approved Housing Counseling
HUD approved housing counseling is a free service available to any homeowner. An approved counselor will talk to you individually and help you avoid foreclosure and understand Making Home Affordable programs. There’s no need to pay a private company for help.
Although it can be difficult to share your financial information, it’s important that you’re as honest and forthcoming as possible. The more complete a picture a counselor has, the more accurate the options he/she can offer you.
Take Advantage of Free Help Today
Call 888-995 HOPE (4673) and speak to an expert adviser 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or visit the Foreclosure Avoidance Counseling page on HUD.gov to find an approved counselor in your area.
Frequently, your home is more than a place to live, it may tie you to the community with social activities and familiarity. Dealing with the loss of your home can cause you emotional stress as well as financial tension. If you feel overwhelmed, you may benefit from seeking professional advice during this difficult time. Children and other household members may also feel the effects of financial strain.
211 is a free community and information service available virtually anywhere within the US. Simply dial 2-1-1 on your phone to access health and human services programs in your local community.
Utah Department of Workforce Services
The state of Utah has consolidated many states' services under the Utah Department of Workforce Services. Qualifying individuals can take advantage of a variety of programs to help rebuild their lives.
State of Idaho Services
The official web site of the state of Idaho has comprehensive information about the many services available in the State of Idaho.