Springfield, MO Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Springfield, Missouri 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 Greene County resources, visit: Greene County Rent Assistance

Latest List for Springfield, MO

Planning and Development - SPRINGFIELD

840 N Boonville Ave
Springfield, MO - 65802
(417) 864-1031
Planning and Development - SPRINGFIELD offers Residential Loan / Grant Programs that are available through the City of Springfield:     Owner Occupied - provides the means and incentive for homeowners to undertake major upgrades and repairs (currently closed to new applicants)&nbs..

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Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation

215 S Barnes Ave
Springfield, MO - 65802
(417) 862-4314
The Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation Housing Assistance Program helps pay rent for low income residents so they may live in a house, apartment, or mobile home which is decent, safe, sanitary and affordable. All applicants must be income eligible for placement on the Waiting List for assi..

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Kitchen, Inc.

1630 N. Jefferson
Springfield, MO - 65803
(417) 837-1500
Home at Last is a program funded by a Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). SSVF is designed to serve veteran families who are homeless or would be homeless. This program provides things like rent, utility assistance, furniture, ca..

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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.

Find a listing

Find an agency near you. Start by searching by state or zip code.

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.