Newark Area Welfare Committee - Emergency Rent Assistance spend over $69,000 annually to assist families or individuals in the Newark Area who are in need of immediate financial help.
Their clients are referred by caseworkers at the Hudson State Service Center who determine the need of families and their inability to get sufficient aid elsewhere. Because of their timely aid, hundreds of people are not without temporary shelter nor forced to live in homes without utilities nor denied other critical needs. We help pay several hundred utility bills yearly thus restoring service or avoiding shut-off of power, fuel, or water.
They also assisted many families needing help with rent or mortgage payments, homeless families needing temporary lodging in motels, and families needing prescription medicines.
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I have been impacted by Covid-19 and personal injury during the winter storms. I have paid my rent as much as possible being late but still paying with help from family when available. My landlord wants me to move out now and put a judgement against me. I would like to avoid this process if possible.
My wife and I are in our 60s we've been at our current residence for about 11 years i lost my job had emergency surgery with no insurance the bill is 18,000 also i got behind on my rent and owe 6,100; my landlord already gave me a 5 day letter to pay or move.
P.O. Box 951
Newark, DE - 19715