Many people these days are finding themselves in extreme financial hardship. Whether it’s a sudden lay off, credit card debt, or a mortgage adjusting to unaffordable heights, money problems are stressful and trying to find the solutions to those problems can be overwhelming.
Supervisor Chu and Congresswoman Jackie Speier have teamed up to help families in financial crisis. “Crisis to Recovery”, an economic resource fair, will be held on Saturday, July 25th at Dianne Feinstein Elementary School. HUD-approved, non-profit credit counselors will be on site to explain your options with mortgage, credit, and debt problems. Representatives from various City Agencies will have information on employment, healthcare and other resources. Learn from speakers about how to seek a mortgage modification, property tax reassessment and avoid foreclosure scams. Counselors will be available in Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
Free registration begins at 9:30 am at Dianne Feinstein Elementary School at 2550 25th Avenue. For more information about “Crisis to Recovery”, call our office 415-554-7460 or email us at [email protected].