Lincoln, IL Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Lincoln, Illinois 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.


If you would like to see only Logan County resources, visit: Logan County Rent Assistance

Latest List for Lincoln, IL

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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Community Action Partnership Of Central Il

1800 Fifth Street
Lincoln, IL - 62656
(217) 732-2159
Community Action Partnership Of Central Il provides the following services: Transportation department: Senior transportation    Logan mason public transportation Nutritional services: Senior nutrition    Central kitchen    Food pantry Volunteer s..

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Community Action Partnership of Central IL (CAPCIL formerly CIEDC)

1800 Fifth Street
Lincoln, IL - 62656
(217) 732-2159
Community Action Partnership of Central IL (CAPCIL formerly CIEDC) assists with rental payments.  They also assist with mortgage payments. The agency also provides help with security deposits and utilities. Counties served: DeWitt County Logan County Mason County Menard County Piatt Count..

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Nearby Listings

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

Fifth St. Renaissance/SARA Center

1315 N. 5th Street
Springfield, IL - 62702
(217) 544-5040
Fifth St. Renaissance/SARA Center offers multiple services such as: Transitional housing programHousing advocacy serviceYouth service programReintegration projectISHOP (assists HIV positive individuals)Outreach service programOn site HIV-AIDs testing, outreach, and educati.....

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Sangamon County Community Resources

2833 S. Grand Ave E.
Springfield, IL - 62703
(217) 535-3120
CSBG is designed to provide services that assist low-income people to attain the skills, knowledge, and motivation necessary to achieve self-sufficiency. Components of the program include: Rental assistance emergency dental services short-term prescription medication .....

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Office of Planning & Economic Development ( OPED) - SPRINGFIELD

800 E. Monroe
Springfield, IL - 62701
(217) 789-2377
The Office of Planning & Economic Development ( OPED) - SPRINGFIELD offers a variety of programs and assistance to retain existing businesses and to stimulate new business activity in the City. Its office provides services that promote simplified business transactions and enhanced business opportunities through its network of.....

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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 only apply once eve.....

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Mid Central IL Comm. Action

1301 W. Washington Street
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 829-0691
Mid Central IL Comm. Action offers Low Income Home Energy Assistance program that 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 be.....

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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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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.