Keep families in their homes.

As individuals we can wash our hands, wear masks, and check in on friends and neighbors. Together, we can make sure no matter where you live or who you are, you can make it through this crisis without losing your home or going bankrupt. That means providing common sense mortgage and rental relief with reasonable repayment plans that don’t impact your credit. Now is the time to unite across our differences and help every day New Jerseyans struggling because of COVID-19 – not the richest 1% and Wall St. banks. The choices our government makes now to help us weather the outbreak can set a better course for the future of our communities. Keep families in their homes.  


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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Deborah Larmer says:

    No one should lose their homes !

  2. Robert Robins says:

    I’m being forced out in need of senior housing

    1. Hi Robert – there is a rental assistance program opening up applications on July 6th. More info here:

      If you have more questions, reply here again and one of our staff will reach out via email next week.

  3. Miriam says:

    Our Bank First Citizens Bank, has no mercy interest late fees , 2 months of mortgage 2 houses bc I have ended up paying our elderly parents, house insurance on& on & on they have not cut one break thru this entire fall down Virus. One thing I have plenty of is tears. Have taken a job paying minimum wage but it is not how I built a lifestyle built it on the jobs we had prior to the virus. DROWNING IN HOUSE PAYMENTS & HomeOwner Insurance HELP

    1. Hi Miriam, Check out this section on our website for some information about current forbearances:
      Let me know by replying here if you want one of our staff to reach out and discuss this further.

  4. Joe Dickerson says:

    It’s not just renters. Car Insurance and bills. Everyone wants back pay for your bills. Where is the compassion, consideration and love for thou neighbor…..

  5. Kathryn Miraglia says:

    Are no public school teachers who aren’t teaching now, eligible for financial aid due to the pandemic and lack of work available?

    1. If the teacher has a contract to return to school in the fall, and is just on summer recess, probably no unemployment. However, does the teacher earn substantial money in another job during the recess? Then could be eligible for even partial unemployment. For more details visit the Division of Unemployment’s “Information for teachers & other school employees” page here:

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