Don't Borrow Trouble! (520-792-3087) is an unbiased, Freddie Mac and community-sponsored, non-profit agency that knows the programs, products and people throughout Tucson. These resources can help you understand your financial decisions when it comes to homeownership and payday lending practices. Classes and workshops on homebuys and foreclosure prevention are regularly offered.
Chicanos por La Causa (520-882-0018) provides counseling and emergency rent and mortgage assistance to qualified residents to prevent homelessness due to eviction or foreclosure.
The Arizona Department of Housing (1-877-448-1211) provides free counseling to individuals and families who are behind on their mortgage payments or are facing foreclosure. You may also call the following foreclosure partners in Pima County: Administration of Resources and Choices (520-327-8250); Old Pueblo Community Foundation (520-546-0122 x228); and Family Housing Resources (800-622-7462, 520-318-0993).
Arizona Housing and Prevention Services (520-498-4613) provides one-time rent and mortgage assistance within a 12-month period for families in crisis. Provides resources regarding financial housing assistance and more.
Hope Now (800-995-4673) is an alliance between HUD-approved counseling agents, services, investors and other mortgage market participants that provides free foreclosure prevention assistance.
Interfaith Community Services (520-731-3076) Provides emergency financial assistance in Pima County for rent, mortgage and utility payments and other expenses.
Primavera Foundation (520-622-8900) provides services for people facing eviction or foreclosure, including case management, rent, mortgage, and move-in assistance.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid (520-623-9465; 800-348-6789) provides legal assistance and representation for people with low incomes in certain civil matters, including foreclosure and landlord/tenant disputes.
Tucson Indian Center (520-884-7131) provides emergency, one-time financial assistance for past due rent, move-in costs, or mortgage payments to prevent homelessness, and utility payment assistance to avoid shut off.