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Housing Resources for Orange County and Orlando

With the federal eviction moratorium ending July 31, renters who are at risk to be ejected from their homes have several options whether it's local government and legal assistance to remain in their residences or emergency shelters and other services if they're evicted. Below are services that can help those in need. Click on an organization's name to go to its website.

Toll Free Legal Helpline:

(800) 405-1417
122 East Colonial Drive, #200

Orlando, FL 32801

Households within Orlando city limits with incomes below 80% of area median income ($61,050 for a family of four) are eligible to apply to get current or up to 12 months of unpaid rent.

(407) 321-8224 

1701 W 13th St.
Sanford, FL 32771

Contact Shakhea Hinton, Regional Director of Central Florida covering Osceola, orange and Seminole counties

shakhea@floridarising.org
Provides housing and other types of assistance including helping with navigating the application systems

(407) 841-8310
info@legalaidocba.org
100 E. Robinson Street

Orlando, FL 32801

(833) 493-0594

The state's Our Florida program to help with rental and utility assistance 

Provides listings of Housing and Urban Department, Section 8, public housing, non-profit senior and family low-income, and law-income tax credit apartments

(407) 905-9500

info@matthewshopeministries.org 
611 Business Park Boulevard 

Winter Garden, FL  34787

Income-based program aims to help most vulnerable through one-time assistance to tenants who are past-due in rent related to financial hardships from the pandemic.

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida

(407) 872-5790 

18 North Terry Avenue

Orlando, FL 32801

(850) 488-4197 

227 N. Bronough Street,

Suite 5000
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

State’s housing finance agency that administers state and federal resources to provide affordable homeownership and rental housing options.

(407) 423-8581

416 W. Colonial Drive

Orlando, FL 32804

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