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Housing Counseling FAQ
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The Multifamily Housing Service Coordinators program assists elderly individuals and persons with disabilities, living in federally-assisted multifamily housing, to obtain needed supportive services from community agencies. Is this considered housing counseling that is required to be delivered by a HUD certified housing counselor?

Date Published: December 2016

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No. However, if a Service Coordinator refers a participant to housing counseling (e.g., rental housing counseling to help participants move to market-rate rental housing, or homeownership counseling for a participant who wants to become a homeowner), the coordinator must refer the participant to agencies approved to participate in HUD’s Housing Counseling Program.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Requirements on Other Specific HUD Programs - Multifamily Housing Service Coordinators

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