Middletown, NY Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Middletown, New York 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 Middletown, NY

Middletown Salvation Army

80 W. Main St.
Middletown, NY - 10940
(845) 343-0821
Middletown Salvation Army provides: FOOD SERVICE:  The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Sal..

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The Times Herald- Record's People For People Fund Inc

PO Box 2046
Middletown, NY - 10940
(845) 343-1663
The Times Herald-Record's People for People fund's primary focus is on applicants who are steadily employed who experience a temporary financial emergency or need that cannot be funded by other public or private sources. Unemployed applicants who have a steady work history and are receiving unem..

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Orange County Office of Community Development, Orange County Department of Social Services

18 Seward Avenue
Middletown, NY - 10940
(845) 615-3700
The Office of Community Development administers the CDBG, HOME, Lead Hazard Control and several other federally funded programs. Our mission is to obtain and utilize Federal, State, and local funds to carry out physical improvements to infrastructure and public facilities, rehabilitate existing hous..

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Nearby Listings

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

Port Jervis Salvation Army

99 Ball St
Port Jervis, NY - 12771
(845) 856-3214
FOOD SERVICE:  The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of mobile kitchens.DONATIONS MANAGEMENT:  During a disas.....

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Newburgh Salvation Army

234 Van Ness St
Newburgh, NY - 12550
(845) 562-0413
Newburgh Salvation Army provides:FOOD SERVICE: The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of mobile.....

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Catholic Charities of Sullivan County

11 Hamilton Avenue
Monticello, NY - 12701
(845) 794-8080
Catholic Charities of Sullivan County is open 3 days per week, and can provide aid, counseling, and advice. The church affiliated agency offers rent and low income housing payment assistance, free legal services for immigrants, and has a Spanish speaker on staff to ensure people of all backgrounds c.....

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Suffern Salvation Army

201 Lafayette Ave.
Suffern, NY - 10901
(845) 368-7200
Suffern Salvation Army provides:FOOD SERVICE:  The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of m.....

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Rockland County Office of Community Development

185 North Main Street
Spring Valley, NY - 10977
(845) 574-4850
Grants, Programs & ServicesCommunity Development Block Grants- This program provides grants funds to local and State governments to be used to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing with a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities to assist low- and moderate-income residents.Home I.....

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