Reading, PA Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Reading, Pennsylvania 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.
- Covid 19 rental relief programs (depends on availability of funds)

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

Latest List for Reading, PA

Opportunity House Rent Assistance

430 North 2nd Street
Reading, PA - 19601
(610) 374-4696
Emergency shelter service includes:     Case management services to assist with daily living activities     Counseling to help clients set manageable goals     Assistance with resume writing and job interviewing skills     Mental health and drug and alcohol treatmen..

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Community Development Office - BERKS COUNTY

815 Washington St.
Reading, PA - 19601
(610) 655-6211
Community Development’s Administrative Division is responsible for administration of the three Entitlement Grant programs funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Emer..

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Berks Community Action Program - BCAP

645 Penn St
Reading, PA - 19601
(610) 376-6571
Berks Community Action Program - BCAP  provides payments for rent, mortgage arrearage for home and trailer owners, rental costs for trailers and trailer lots, security deposits, and utilities to prevent and/or end homelessness or near homelessness by maintaining individuals and families in the..

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Nearby Listings

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

Steeple To People Ministries Inc

4610 Horseshoe Pike
Honey Brook, PA - 19344
(610) 273-2760
Thrift store, food bank, refugee house, youth center. May help with monetary assistance for rent and utilities. .....

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Schuylkill County Department of Human Services

2640 Woodglen Road
Pottsville, PA - 17901
(570) 621-3000
Pennsylvanians can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. They can also apply for and renew benefits from the comfort of their own home using COMPASS, the online resource for cash assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SN.....

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Lancaster County Housing Authority and Redevelopment Authority

28 Penn Square
Lancaster, PA - 17603
(717) 394-0793
The Lancaster County Housing Authority administers the Housing Choice Voucher (“Section 8”) rental assistance program in Lancaster County, outside the Lancaster City limits. Under the program, income-eligible tenants pay a minimum of thirty percent (30%) of their monthly incomes for rent and utilities and the Lancaster County Housin.....

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Community Action Program - Lancaster County

601 South Queen Street
Lancaster, PA - 17608
(717) 299-7301
Community Action Program - Lancaster County program provides support with utility payments for UGI and PPL customers to help reduce utility debt and arrange for more manageable payment options going forward. .....

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Act In Faith

212 S. High St
West Chester, PA - 19382
(484) 324-8492
Act In Faith - Emergency Fund Sometimes, all it takes is a modest amount of financial assistance to bring an individual or family back from the brink of crisis—that is where their Faith Emergency Fund can help. The Client Emergency Fund, made possible through generous donations, helps provide responsible financial assistance t.....

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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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