The Greenville County Redevelopment Authority - GREENVILLE COUNTY funds assist low- and moderate-income persons, prevent or eliminate slums and blight, or meet a particularly urgent community need where no other funding is available.
HOME funds are used to increase the supply of decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for lower-income persons. ESG funds are used to increase the supply of shelter and provide services for homeless people and to prevent homelessness.
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I'm trying to get rental assistance I have three children my wife is pregnant with twins and I have been served with eviction notice I have lost a lot of work hours due to pandemic work has slowed and now I have been hurt on the job and am trying to survive off workman comp my landlord has agreed to let me stay in my home if I can get current within the ten day eviction all I'm trying to do is just that.
I'm reaching out trying to find a rental assistance or relocate. I'm in court right now with my lawyer and my landlord he's fighting to get me out of this apartment so I am needing to relocate, one month behind on my rent and if I could get that caught up he may be okay but I would just prefer to relocate because of what he's put me through.
My mom is 60 years old and disabled. She was renting from a mobile Home for the last 8 years. The landlord deceased and they gave my mom 5 days to get out. I am a newly wed and had to take here in for now. Can you please help her get a place to live with a disability check she gets every month.
301 University Ridge
Greenville, SC - 29601