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Contact HUD: Pennsylvania

Please see the table below to find the best contact to address your needs.

What issue are your facing? Where to get help
Need affordable rental housing HUD funds rental assistance so your rent will be more affordable but does not own or operate its own housing.


Go to Rental Help: Pennsylvania.

Contact Pennsylvania Housing Search.

https://www.pahousingsearch.com/

Call 1-877-428-8844 or dial 711 for TTY Services.

(Your local HUD Field Office can mail you subsidized housing packets)

HUD-Approved Housing Counseling HUD funds and certifies a network of housing counselors to provide you with 1-1 assistance and training on homeownership, rental assistance, finding an apartment, home repair, foreclosure and eviction prevention, and improving credit.


Call 1-800-569-4287 or visit here.

Help with paying rent and utilities Call 2-1-1 or visit PA DHS ERAP to see if Emergency Rental Assistance is available.

Contact your local Homeless Assistance Program about homelessness prevention. Get help paying bills.

Call the LIHEAP Hotline at 1-866-857-7095 or visit PA DHS LIHEAP.

If you live in Philadelphia:

  • Contact the Philadelphia Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF) at 215-972-5170 or here.
  • Call the Homelessness Prevention Hotline at 215-686-7177 or visit here.
Eviction Prevention Seek out legal aid.

Attempt to resolve the issue with your landlord. If you live in Philadelphia, call the Philly Tenant Hotline at 267-443-2500 or visit PhillyTenant.org.

Seek rental assistance and contact your county assistance office.

Public Housing Issues Contact your Local Public Housing Agency first.

Contact your local HUD Field Office.

Issue with Subsidized Housing Contact your property management company first.

For additional assistance, contact your local HUD Field Office, or the numbers below

  • HUD Multifamily
    • (215) 656-0500
  • USDA Rural Development not a HUD program
    • 1 (800) 414-1226
  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) not a HUD program
    • (855) 827-3466, press 6 for rental housing matters
Currently Experiencing Homelessness Call 2-1-1 statewide or

215-232-1984 and visit here if in Philadelphia.

All FHA mortgage inquiries Contact FHA Resource Center at 1-800-CALL FHA (225-5342) or answers@hud.gov

Contact the National Servicing Center at 877-622-8525 with questions about servicing your loan

More specialized resources for FHA loans in rows below.

Payoff requests Use the SMART Integrated Portal to make a request and begin the subordination process (see SMART FAQs & Resources).
FHA Single Family Secretary-held Mortgages including Home Equity Conversion Mortgages Contact a Secretary-Held Mortgage Servicing Contractor.
Non-FHA Foreclosure Prevention Please contact FHA if you’re at risk of foreclosure with an FHA mortgage


Contact a HUD-approved housing counseling agency.

Seek out Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) help and other foreclosure resources.

Seek out legal aid.

Housing discrimination (based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability) File a complaint online, call toll-free at (800) 669-9777, or email ComplaintsOffice03@hud.gov.
 

For additional information about HUD or its programs, contact the HUD office nearest you. In Pennsylvania, offices are located in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

 

Philadelphia Regional Office

The Strawbridge Building
801 Market Street, 12th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: (215) 656-0500
Email: Customer Service
Fax: (215) 656-3445
TTY: Dial 7-1-1

Jurisdiction

Office of the Regional Administrator

Robert Ford, Field Office Director

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday

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Pittsburgh Field Office

William Moorhead Federal Building
1000 Liberty Avenue, Suite 1000
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4004

Phone: (412) 644-6428
Email: Customer Service
Fax: (412) 644-6499
TTY: Dial 7-1-1

Jurisdiction

Michael Horvath, Field Office Director

Office Hours: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday through Friday

Get Directions

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Information for HUD Partners
Regional Administrator

Across the country, HUD is organized into ten regions, each with an Administrator. Region III is under the leadership of Matthew Heckles, Regional Administrator.

Region III jurisdiction: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia

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