Affordable Housing For the Formerly Homeless Opens in West Palm Beach

Affordable Housing For the Formerly Homeless Opens in West Palm Beach

Affordable Housing For the Formerly Homeless Opens in West Palm Beach

The pandemic has brought many affordable housing projects in Florida to a crashing halt. This has been a devastating development for the families who were struggling to stay in their homes before the pandemic hit. Luckily, there are a few projects that have been able to move forward and provide critical support to those who need it most.

Housing Finance reports that a housing complex has opened in West Palm Beach. The 36 units have been fully leased by adults with mental illnesses and who had previously experienced homelessness without options for community support. One of these new residents had been stuck in a state hospital for years: despite finishing treatment and being ready for discharge, there were no housing options that offered the necessary support. Other residents are being welcomed home after years on the streets.

Projects like this one are lifelines for Floridians who are finally able to get the help they need. Unfortunately, there are still not nearly enough affordable housing options to address the massive scope of Florida’s affordable housing crisis. The pandemic has forced many Florida families to the brink of eviction or foreclosure. If you are in this situation, you have legal rights.

A Casselberry and Oviedo Foreclosure and Eviction Lawyer Can Help

The experienced Oviedo and Casselberry eviction and foreclosure attorneys at Quattrochi, Torres, and Taormina are here to help all Florida families stay in their homes to stop the spread of COVID-19. We fight to protect residents’ legal rights throughout the eviction or foreclosure process. We can also help you find emergency housing funds, or even explore affordable housing options.

Starting over in a more affordable living situation helps many families get a fresh financial start Call 407.452.4918 or contact us online today to schedule your free consultation. The sooner you explore your options and get legal advice, the better housing options you will have available to you.