Burlington County Rental Assistance Program

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Burlington County Rental Assistance Program

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718 Route 130 South
Mount Holly, NJ - 08016

  • (609) 386-5800

About Burlington County Rental Assistance Program

Last-Modified: 2020-12-27 23:05:14

Permanent Rental Housing.
Provides affordable

  • rental housing counseling;

  • financial management/budget counseling;

  • mortgage delinquency and default resolution counseling;

  • services for homeless counseling;

  • pre-purchase counseling

  • pre-purchase home

  • buyer education workshops.



Homelessness Prevention
Provides financial assistance based on the availability of funds to help homeless households obtain stable housing, and to help households in imminent danger of homelessness remain in permanent housing. Eligible applicants must meet program eligibility guidelines.

Transitional Housing for the Homeless
Provides temporary, safe housing to homeless families with children and supportive services through intensive case management to help the families achieve self-sufficiency and move into permanent housing.

Mon-Fri:   
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mission Statement: The Burlington Community Action Partnership, Inc. exists to combat the causes and reduce the effects of poverty in Burlington County. It fulfills the purpose by: Facilitating a community-based capacity for the human needs planning process, which focuses program strategies on promoting self-sufficiency among low-income people. Removing barriers to self-sufficiency among low-income people in the organization and operation of institutions and programs. Maximizing participation of low-income people in the development and implementation of programs and projects and in the decision-making process of institutions affecting their lives. Testing new approaches to solving basic causes of poverty provided that they do not involve BCAP as a long-term, direct service provider. Supporting self-help groups and other cooperative efforts among low-income people. Working to better organize services related to the needs of the poor. Broadening resource base of programs directed to the elimination of poverty. Providing safe, decent, affordable housing to low- and moderate-income families. Providing housing counseling services.

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Do they offer emergency cash to pay rent?

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What documents are required to apply for cash payment help?

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Do you know if a person collecting unemployment can qualify to get rent assistance at this location?

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5 Reviews of Burlington County Rental Assistance Program

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Jun 12, 2020

I'm on SSI and my new landlord wants to raise my rent just becouse he just bought the house and I am disabled and it's hard to find a place becouse I can't get around and also my grandsons lives with me they were getting ssa but they are now 17 18 now I'm the only one that's getting money they are still in school is there any way you can help us in finding a low income housing

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Aug 12, 2020

I need rental assistance. Are there funds available to help with monthly payments? I receive SSDI and I have a part time job. Can you help me?

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Sep 13, 2020

Please call me I have tried everywhere for guidance if nothing else.

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May 18, 2021

Im a homeless woman with four children, with low income, I need help to find a home.

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Jun 15, 2021

I'm being evicted, I applied for the Barra program bucks county emergency rental assistance still have not been paid for my rent so my landlord is going to evict me and I still need to get into a program to have part help me with my rental assistance because I can't afford to pay $1,000 a month on $1,455 in my disability payments.

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718 Route 130 South
Mount Holly, NJ - 08016

Office Hours of operation

  • Day Hours
  • Monday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Saturday closed
  • Sunday closed