Clearwater, FL Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Clearwater, Florida to help you pay your bills.

Our list below provides
- Non Profit grant assistance
- Financial resources for help that most people do not know about
- Government programs you can qualify for today.

Latest List for Clearwater, FL

Pinellas County Department of Human Services

2189 Cleveland Street
Clearwater, FL - 33765
(727) 464-4200
A variety of services are available to Pinellas residents: Affordable healthcare actAssist with adult social security disability claimsBurial/Cremation programDental servicesEmergency financial assistanceEmergency home energy assistance for seniorsFamily housing assistance programHurricane planning..

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St Vincent De Paul Clearwater

1345 Park St
Clearwater, FL - 33756
(727) 441-3790
St Vincent De Paul Clearwater provides emergency assistance with food from soup kitchens or pantry or provides voucher for gasoline, electric, gas, rent or one night lodging in motel. Client is interviewed and a home visit must be made before assistance is provided. Complete list of services:..

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Clearwater, we have added area listings below.

Oldsmar Cares

207 Buckingham Ave E
Oldsmar, FL - 34677
(813) 415-7373
Oldsmar Cares is a non-profit organization which provides rent and utility assistance, a food pantry, and a clothes closet, all at no cost to those in need in the Oldsmar area. Services include: Food pantry- Those who reside in 34677, 34695, or 33635 may receive 2 bags of groceries once a monthClothes Closet- Provides gently used garments to tho.....

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Pinellas Park Angel Fund

PO Box 1157
Pinellas Park, FL - 33780
(727) 369-5801
Pinellas Park Angel Fund is a non-profit organization created by the City of Pinellas Park to provide emergency assistance to Pinellas Park residents and utility customers. The Pinellas Park Angel Fund currently offers three kinds of assistance: utility bill assistance for overdue utilities rent and .....

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Salvation Army Tarpon Springs Social Services

209 S. Pinellas Ave
Tarpon Springs, FL - 34689
(727) 934-4476
Salvation Army Tarpon Springs Social Services provides LIMITED financial assistance for rent and utilities. Maximum utility assistance is the last $100 for payment of a utility bill - balance must not be higher than $100 to receive assistance. *CanNOT assist in cases where utilities have been shut off already. Does not help with u.....

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Pinellas Opportunity Council St Petersburg

1035 Burlington Avenue N
Saint Petersburg, FL - 33701
(727) 894-5176
Pinellas Opportunity Council St Petersburg provides limited financial assistance once per year to alleviate emergency crisis situations.Services are available based on funding. Persons seeking assistance should call their service area office to set up an appointment. Services Provi.....

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St Vincent De Paul St Petersburg

384 15th Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL - 33705
(727) 823-2516
St Vincent De Paul St Petersburg provides emergency assistance with food from soup kitchens or pantry or provides voucher for gasoline, electric, gas, rent or lodging for up to 30 days. Client is interviewed and a home visit must be made before assistance is provided. Financial Assistance Includes: .....

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