Are you behind on your rent or mortgage?
It’s been a tough year for many who have been affected directly and indirectly by COVID-19. We know that many Vermonters continue to struggle with housing payments and housing related expenses, and we’re here to help.
We know it can be stressful, frustrating and confusing trying to figure out what to do. There are programs that can help if you are behind on paying your bills, but it can be difficult to navigate the system.
The Vermont HomeOwnership Centers (HOCs) across the state are local, non-profit, HUD certified counseling agencies and there is a Housing Retention Counselor (HRC) at each of these organizations. These counselors are dedicated to connecting Vermonters with the right resource, even if that resource is just information. CHT counselors can help renters and homeowners create a plan of action to stabilize their housing, access financial assistance (when applicable), understand your rights as a tenant or owner, as well as discuss all your options.
Do you want help?
Champlain Housing Trust can help renters and homeowners in Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
If you are a renter or homeowner in a different county:
Click here to get help in your county.
If you own a CHT Shared Equity home:
Contact our Shared Equity Specialist Janet Harvey-Coutrayer at j[email protected].
If you are a renter or homeowner (who does not own a CHT/SEP home):
Click here to complete our intake form for counseling.
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