Bloomington, IL Rent Assistance

We provide a directory of agencies that provide emergency rental assistance, help paying financial bills to residents. Most major U.S. cities including Bloomington, Illinois, offer some type of state of federally subsidized Rental Assistance Programs and/or emergency financial bill pay assistance for low income person(s) in need.

There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that offer help paying rent along with providing housing assistance. We currently have listed all of the financial rental assistance programs we could find in Bloomington.

Active Listings In Bloomington, IL

PATH - Providing Access To Help

201 E. Grove Street
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 827-4005
PATH may have financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities. Call for availability of funds. Area Served: McLean County. Documents Needed: Proof of income (pay stubs), social security number, picture ID, eviction notice and lease, shut-off/utility bill, proof of crisis. ..

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Temporary Financial Assistance - The American Legion Department of Illinois

2720 East Lincoln Street
Bloomington, IL - 61704
(309) 663-0361
Temporary Financial Assistance Helping families in need meet the cost of shelter, food, utilities and health expenses. Visit their website on how to apply. ..

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Mid Central Community Action

1301 W. Washington Street
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 829-0691
Mid Central Community Action provides financial assistance for rent or mortgage and other crisis needs. Maximum Income Guidelines: 125% of poverty level. You will need to provide 90 day proof of income, proof of residence, Social Security card, and I.D. An individual or family may o..

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City of Bloomington Township Office of General Assistance

109 E. Olive St
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 434-2210
Emergency Assistance is limited to rent and utilities. It is available only one time in a twenty-four (24) month period to alleviate life threatening situations or to assist individuals in maintaining self-sufficiency. Documentation showing legal notice of eviction or utility shut-off noti..

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Mid Central IL Comm. Action

1301 W. Washington Street
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 829-0691
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program provides a one time per year payment for heat (primary utility), and electric, (secondary utility), to income eligible applicants. The LIHEAP Program is able to provide once a year reconnection assistance payments for applicants whose utility has been di..

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Nearby Listings

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

Normal Township, Office of General Assistance

304 E. Mulberry
Normal, IL - 61761
(309) 452-2060
All townships in Illinois are statutorily mandated by legislature to levy taxes and administer general assistance for destitute township residents. General Assistance is a locally administered welfare program which provides monthly financial assistance to persons who do not have adequate income or resources to provide for their own b.....

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Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois

1700 E. Main Street
Clinton, IL - 61727
(217) 935-2455
Area Served: DeWitt County. Community Action is a private, non-profit organization funded with federal, state, and local dollars in order to provide necessary services to the low-income, elderly and disabled in DeWitt County. CA does this through a variety of programs to meet the varying needs of these populations. Low-income client.....

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Salvation Army of Logan County

307 N. Kickapoo (Keester Center)
Lincoln, IL - 62656
(217) 732-7890
There are limited funds available for rent and utilities for families and individuals in crisis situations. Recommended to call early......

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How it Works

Rent Assistance lists thousands of local agencies and non-profit organizations that can help you pay your rent or assist with financial resources.

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Contact Your Local Housing Authority

ontact the agency using the preferred method of contact listed on the page or following the instructions listed. Some agencies require that you register online on their website or that you call.

Apply for assistance

Once you have been deemed eligible for a program prepare the necessary documentation for submission. All agencies are different and provide different types of assistance.