BRIDGEPORT MAYOR BILL FINCH
STAMFORD MAYOR MICHAEL PAVIA
NORWALK MAYOR RICHARD MOCCIA
STRATFORD MAYOR JOHN HARKINS
ARE JOINTLY SPONSORING
FORECLOSURE PREVENTION CLINICS
Know Your Legal Rights in the Foreclosure Process
WHO CAN ATTEND: The clinics are open to any homeowner facing foreclosure. No pre-registration is required. There is no charge.
WHAT: The clinics will offer homeowners information about the judicial foreclosure and mediation process along with guidance on preparing for court from the Connecticut Fair Housing Center, and guidance on the resources for homeowners facing foreclosure from state agencies.
Following presentations, homeowners may meet one-on-one with volunteer attorneys to discuss their situation.
NORWALK: City Hall, 125 East Avenue, Community Room (1st Floor)
STAMFORD: Government Center, 888 Washington Boulevard, Cafeteria (4th Floor)
BRIDGEPORT: Morton Government Center, 999 Broad Street, OPED Conference Rooms (2nd Floor)
STRATFORD: Town Hall, 2725 Main Street, Room _______
WHEN: 6:00 – 8:30 P.M.
2013 Dates: Location
Wednesday, January 16 Norwalk
Wednesday, February 20 Bridgeport
Wednesday, March 20 Norwalk
Wednesday, April 17 Stamford
Wednesday, May 15 Norwalk
Wednesday, June 19 Bridgeport
Wednesday, July 17 Norwalk
Wednesday, August 21 Stratford
Wednesday, September 18 Norwalk
Wednesday, October 16 Stamford
Wednesday, November 20 Norwalk
Wednesday, December 18 Bridgeport
Connecticut Fair Housing Center and Homes Saved by Faith are collaborating to provide assistance to homeowners in foreclosure. For more information about these organizations, go to www.ctfairhousing.org or www.homessavedbyfaith.org. For more information about the clinics,
please call the Connecticut Fair Housing Center at (860) 263-0731.