Housing Hotline

Housing Hotline

The Housing Hotline offers crisis intervention, information-referral, and housing counseling — available for any question about housing.  If you are trying to help someone in Greensboro with a housing question, please tell them to call (336) 691-9521 and say what kind of help they need.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I’m homeless, how do I find shelter?  Click here, then on ‘Get Help,’ to find a list of shelters.
  • I’m looking for a place I can afford to rent — where can I find it?  Click here to visit NCHousingSearch.org
  • My rental house or apartment needs repairs — how can I get my landlord to fix things? Read “Three R’s For Renters” under Healthy Homes.
  • I’m about to be evicted, what can I do? Click Here to read our Three R’s For Renters” guide.
  • I want to buy a home, where do I start? Call about an appointment for homebuyer counseling.
  • The home I own needs repairs, where can I get help?  Call 691-9521 for a home visit to see what repair programs can help.
  • I’m about to be foreclosed on, what can I do?  Call 691-9521 for an appointment with a homeownership counselor; bring your letters from the lender and information about your income and expenses.