OUR resource fair will provide an exciting opportunity to learn about services and organizations supporting our residents!

RESOURCE FAIR Participants

Michigan Legal Services & United Community Housing Coalition
Methods for preventing tax foreclosure, including tax foreclosure exemption applications, and information about payment plans available for delinquent taxes. Will also provide information concerning basic tenant and homeowner rights including our Right of Refusal program that enables residents of tax foreclosed properties to buy their homes.

Detroit Eviction Defense
Providing renters rights flyers, pitfalls of reverse mortgages, eviction prevention hot cards, and DED newsletters.

Detroit People's Platform
Using community benefits agreements as a tool for neighborhood empowerment. Organizing for Transit Justice, What is Redistricting, and how you can get involved.

0% Interest Home Loan Program, 1st Time Homebuyer Education Program, Financial Capability Workshops, Home Repair Grants, Affordable Rental Information, Credit Repair Workshops, Tax Foreclosure Support, Home Ownership Foreclosure - Step Forward.

Jefferson East, Inc.
0% Interest Home Repair Loans Program, Financial Opportunity and Credit Repair services, MDHHS State Emergency Relief Program, Fair Housing Rights, Property Taxpayer Assistance Programs, Step Forward Michigan, NEI Small Business Support and more.

Cleveland Housing Network Partners (CHN)
CHN offers affordable single-family rentals for low-income people with a focus on providing pathways to sustainable homeownership for our tenants.

Wayne Metro Community Action Agency
More than 50 programs including water bill and utility bill assistance, weatherazation, and foreclosure intervention.

Detroit Land Bank Authority
One of the largest property holders in the city, we encourage property ownership through a variety of sales programs offered at buildingdetroit.org

ClearCorps Detroit
Lead Safe Home Program, Lead Based Paint Abatement, Energy Efficient Refrigerator Replacement Program, Furnace Test and Tune Up Program, 48214: Lead Safe Blocks lead poisoning prevention program.

Adult Well-Being Services
Developmental Disability organization that also provides health, wellness and mental health programs.

Resources for low to moderate income households to assist with their utility bills and to educate and motivate individuals on how to save energy, water and money.

Land & Water Works Coalition
Stormwater 101, Green Stormwater Infrastructure 101, and Land & Water Stewardship.

2018 PowerUP Bulk Buy Program and samples; learn how solar products, advocacy and residents can create a healthy community.

Chemical Bank
Information on HOP down payment assistance program, Detroit Home Mortgage Program, MSHDA Programs and Property Improvement Program.

Citizens Bank

Comerica Bank
Available to discuss mortgages and housing-related products.

Flagstar Bank
Importance of first-time homebuyer education, grant funds for first-time homebuyers, and specialty programs for first-time homebuyers.

Liberty Bank
Retail banking as well as mortgage lending products (FHA, VA, Conventional mortgages), Home Acquisition Renovation Loans; and grants assistance for specific areas to assist with mortgage closing costs, taxes and insurance costs associated with mortgages.

One Detroit Credit Union
Information on their auto refinancing program, checking and savings accounts.

Salvation Army
Resources include utility assistance, food security programs, and Pathway of Hope family case management, as well as information about their programs for youth, families and seniors.

WSU Institute for Gerontology
Their program SAFE (Success After Financial Exploitation) helps adults avoid and recover from financial scams and identity theft. The program includes Taking Control of Your Financial Health.

Nurse Family Partnership
Programs related to pregnancy outcomes, child development and client self-efficacy.

Michigan Department of Civil Rights

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