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Are you a family in need of services? Our Affiliates are located in 200+ communities in 43 states and are working tirelessly to help families like yours find shelter and stay housed. Find contact information for your local Affiliate here.
If there are no Affiliates in your area, contact 211, a help line run by United Way for local resources. If you are currently at risk of danger or experiencing an emergency, dial 911 or contact your local emergency services.
Family Promise does not provide services at its corporate headquarters.
The Latest on the Eviction Moratorium
On August 26, the Supreme Court overturned the eviction moratorium. Family Promise disagrees with this ruling and is concerned for the millions of renters, many of them families, at risk of eviction.
If you or a loved one are facing an eviction, make sure you have applied for rental assistance in your state, and seek help from a legal aid organization right away. Contact the local Family Promise in your area if you need help preventing an eviction or accessing services.
Evictions are costly and traumatic for families, and expensive for landlords, too. Evictions are a root cause of homelessness, and they are a racial justice and gender equality issue. Nationwide, eviction filing rates against Black renters are twice as high as for white renters. Low-income women are evicted at much higher rates than men. The single greatest predictor of eviction is the presence of a child. Combatting evictions is central to the work we do at Family Promise.
Family Promise Affiliates supporting families facing eviction can refer to these resources on the Community Site.
Find an Affiliate
Family Promise Affiliates work throughout the U.S. to engage volunteers and to provide prevention, shelter, and stabilization services to families. To find your local Affiliate, click here.