Wheaton, IL Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Wheaton, 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.

Latest List for Wheaton, IL

DuPage Community Development Commission - DU PAGE COUNTY

421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL - 60187
(630) 407-6500
Community Development     Assists low income households with the costs of heating, energy improvements, and home repairs     Serves low income neighborhoods and special needs populations by funding infrastructure and public facilities     Produces and pr..

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Outreach Community Ministries- Wheaton Youth Outreach

122 West Liberty Drive
Wheaton, IL - 60187
(630) 682-1910
Outreach Community Ministries- Wheaton Youth Outreach Offers transitional housing to teens and young adults and their families in DuPage County. It primarily services young women who are homeless, ages 17 to 24, with the opportunity to become financially and emotionally independent and transitio..

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People's Resource Center

201 S Naperville Rd
Wheaton, IL - 60187
(630) 682-5402
People's Resource Center (PRC) offers emergency rent and mortgage assistance to qualifying clients who are unable to pay rent or make a security deposit due to a temporary financial crisis. The purpose of the program is to protect families facing temporary hardships from falling into homelessness. ..

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Nearby Listings

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

Catholic Charities of Joliet- Dupage county

3130 Finley Rd
Downers Grove, IL - 60515
(630) 495-8008
Catholic Charities of Joliet- Dupage county Services provided includes:Case managementVocational counselingEmployment assistanceEducational assistanceBudgeting assistanceHousing counseling and supportDaily living counselingLinkage to behavioral health services .....

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Love Inc Of Western Suburbs Chicago

PO Box 50
Clarendon Hills, IL - 60514
(630) 512-8665
Love Inc Of Western Suburbs Chicago is a faith-based charity that assists people with financial hardship. In order to receive assistance, a volunteer will assess your situation and may need proof of financial hardship and income. They can assist with: Partial rent payment to prevent an eviction.Vouchers or emergency f.....

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Hinsdale Community Service

19 E. Chicago Ave
Hinsdale, IL - 60521
(630) 323-2500
Provides a food pantry, rental and utility assistance, parent mentor program, holiday assistance, and workshops and groups. For more information on eligibility and application procedures, please contact at 630-323-2500 ext 104. .....

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United Way Of St. Charles

13207 River Rd
Luling, LA - 70070
(985) 331-9063
The united way of st. Charles Money Matters: Financial Stability Program brings together cross-sector partners to help lower-income individuals and families achieve financial independence by empowering them with tools and skills necessary to maximize their income, build savings and gain assets. The goal of Money Matters is to address the on-goi.....

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Lazarus House

214 Walnut Street
Saint Charles, IL - 60174
(630) 587-2144
Has access to limited grant funding that allows them to provide assistance with rent, mortgage and utilities. To receive help, funds must be available and individuals must qualify according to grant requirements. Within certain programs, case management services and life skill classes are offered. They.....

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