Thursday, September 28, 2017

Were you affected by the hurricane?
As long as your zip code was one of those that Irma impacted you can get help.
All lending institutions, banks, utility companies, are offering their help.
Simply contact them and tell them what Irma did to you and they should extend help your way. If you get stuck when you call, you can contact usand our volunteers will gladly continue to help those in need. 
Families and loved ones are NEVER Forgotten. We are a united front helping the families in need. In America we trust, and our great nation is here for us. 
Was your home or your ability to make your mortgage payments harmed by an event that the President declared a disaster? You may qualify for relief to help you keep your home. Much of the mortgage industry and The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development are committed to assisting borrowers whose lives and livelihoods are thrown into turmoil by a disaster.
If you can't pay your mortgage because of the disaster, your lender may be able to help you. If you are at risk of losing your home because of the disaster, your lender may stop or delay initiation of foreclosure for 90 days. Lenders may also waive late fees for borrowers who may become delinquent on their loans as a result of the disaster.
If you have a conventional mortgage, you are strongly encouraged to contact your lender for further information, and to see if you are eligible for relief.
If you have an FHA-insured mortgage, please continue reading to find out what options may be available to you.

About Forgotten Mom
Forgotten Mom Inc. (FMI), is a registered (501(c)(3), non-profit initiative established to address, support, and find help for the dramatically underserved population of individuals struggling with the disease of addiction. By focusing primarily on the mothers in need of treatment and support, FMI can best serve the widest scope of families caught in the seemingly overwhelming addiction and behavioral health struggle.

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