Housing Resources:

  1. Baltimore County COVID-19 Eviction Prevention Program: https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/departments/socialservices/financialassistance/evictionpreventionprogram.html

  2. State of Maryland Local Department Social Services also has an Eviction Prevention Program: //dhs.maryland.gov/weathering-tough-times/emergency-assistance/

  3. Dundalk District Office1400 Merritt Boulevard, Suite C Baltimore, Maryland 21222 Phone: 410-853-3400 Fax: 410-853-3401 M-F 8-430p; ZIP Codes Served by this Office 21052 – Fort Howard 21219– Sparrows Point 21222– Dundalk and Baltimore* 21224– Baltimore*
  4. Maryland 2-1-1. You can call toll free from any phone. Call specialists are trained to assist people faced with housing needs, utility shutoffs, family crisis, financial, legal, employment and other issues. You can call 211 or visit: www.211md.org

  5. Maryland Eviction Prevention Partnership :https://dhcd.maryland.gov/Pages/EvictionPrevention/default.aspx

  6. FREE legal help in civil cases for individuals who do not have a lawyer. Watch a short introductory video about the walk-in (in-person) self-help centers or the call or chat services Call 410-260-1392  from 8:30 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

  7. Help for Renters The “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act”, provides most renters with certain rights during foreclosure, namely, that most leases will survive foreclosure and the foreclosure sale purchaser becomes the new landlord.

  8. Eastside Community Development Corporation provides certified Housing Counselors to assist people with access to all available foreclosure prevention programs free of charge.

  9. We Are Family Community Development Corporation offers foreclosure prevention services as well as emergency food and emergency financial assistance to people facing an eviction or utility turnoff. Call 410-922-9621.

  10. The Department of Planning's Division of Neighborhood Improvement offers advice on foreclosure prevention. Call 410-887-5969.

  11. Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service offers assistance on housing, foreclosure counseling and credit and debt counseling. Call 410-547-6537.

  12. Legal Aid Bureau, Inc., Baltimore County Office helps low income and other eligible people with mortgage foreclosure counseling and representation programs.

  13. The Federal Making Homes Affordable Program offers a range of solutions that may be able to help you take action before it's too late.