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AARP Foundation closed the Housing Solutions Center on January 2, 2018. Now that the housing market has improved, AARP Foundation has shifted its focus to developing solutions that help low-income older adults age in place and have access to affordable, livable and healthy housing.
If you are having trouble paying your mortgage and need assistance to avoid foreclosure, please visit the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for a list of HUD-approved housing counseling agencies in your area. You can also find a housing counselor by calling HUD’s toll-free hotline at 800-569-4287.
55 or older, unemployed and looking for work? The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) can help you get on-the-job training.
AARP Foundation's Work for Yourself @50+ provides free tools and resources to help you become self-employed and improve your financial situation.
We are partnering with workforce services providers to strengthen the bridge between 50+ job candidates and respected employers.
Experience Corps is a literacy program that utilizes highly trained volunteers age 50 and over to help struggling students become great readers.
Toll-free Nationwide: 1-800-775-6776
Toll-free TTY: 877-434-7598
AARP Foundation Tax ID: 52-0794300
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