Rochester, NY Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

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


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

Latest List for Rochester, NY

The Housing Council

75 College Ave
Rochester, NY - 14607
(585) 546-3700
A not-for-profit corporation founded in 1971, in Rochester, New York, The Housing Council provides landlord education, foreclosure prevention, pre-purchase counseling, emergency housing services and fair housing education. The (Housing) Council provides property management tools and strategies t..

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Department of Planning and Development Community Development Administration - Monroe County

50 Main St W
Rochester, NY - 14614
(585) 753-2000
The Planning and Development Department provides and coordinates a broad range of programs focusing on job retention and creation, employment and training services, land use planning and resource conservation as well as housing and neighborhood preservation. Monroe County's Home Improvement Prog..

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Nearby Listings

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

Salvation Army Canandaigua

110 Saltonstall Street
Canandaigua, NY - 14424
(585) 394-6968
Salvation Army's housing and homeless programs include group homes, emergency shelters, and transitional living centers provide housing, food, and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to those in need. In addition, they provide educational, counseling and vocational services to homeless, destitute individuals and families, a.....

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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.