Hardest Hit Fund

State Sponsored Assistance — The Hardest Hit Fund Program

The U.S. Treasury awarded $7.6 billion dollars to 18 states and the District of Columbia deemed hardest hit by the economic downturn to develop innovative programs designed to prevent foreclosure and to stabilize the housing markets. There are several programs and options that may be available to you. * To find out if you qualify for Hardest Hit Fund Assistance contact your State Housing Finance Agency. Participating states and contact information is listed below.

State Program Name Website
Alabama Hardest Hit Alabama http://www.hardesthitalabama.com
Arizona Save Our Home AZ https://www.azhousing.gov
California Keep Your Home CA http://keepyourhomecalifornia.org/
Florida Florida Hardest Hit https://www.flhardesthithelp.org
Georgia HomeSafe Georgia https://www.homesafegeorgia.com
Illinois Illinois Hardest Hit https://www.illinoishardesthit.org
Indiana Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network http://www.877gethope.org
Kentucky Unemployment Bridge Program http://www.ProtectMyKYHome.org
Michigan Step Forward Michigan http://www.stepforwardmichigan.org
Mississippi Home Saver http://www.mshomesaver.com
Nevada Nevada Hardest Hit Fund http://www.nahac.org
New Jersey New Jersey Home Keeper http://www.njhomekeeper.gov
North Carolina NC Foreclosure Prevention Fund http://www.ncforeclosureprevention.gov
Ohio Save the Dream Ohio http://ohiohome.org/savethedream/
Oregon Oregon Homeownership Stabilization Initiative http://www.oregonhomeownerhelp.org
Rhode Island Hardest Hit Fund Rhode Island http://www.hhfri.org
South Carolina SC Help http://www.schelp.gov
Tennessee Keep My Tennessee Home http://www.keepmytnhome.org
Washington DC Home Saver https://www.homesaverdc.org

*Note: Certain states may be closed to new applications. Please contact your State Housing Finance Agency for more information.

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