Foreclosure—Help in Pima County
Facing foreclosure in Pima County or Arizona? There are resources to help you avoid or navigate the process.
Administration of Resources and Choices
Administration of Resources and Choices (ARC) is a HUD-certified housing counseling agency. There is no charge for services. This is one of the agencies statewide that receive referrals from the Foreclosure Help Line. Located in Tucson, ARC can be reached by telephone at (520) 623-9383.
The Arizona Foreclosure Help-Line
The Arizona Foreclosure Help-Line was created by the collaborative efforts of several state agencies, including the Attorney General's office. Its toll free number is 1-877-448-1211.
Arizona Foreclosure Information Workbook
A publication of the Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce and the Pima County Foreclosure Prevention Coalition, this workbook is a tool to educate homeowners about the foreclosure process.
Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce
The Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce is a non-profit volunteer organization working to reduce the number of foreclosures in Arizona and the impact of foreclosure on families and communities.
Don’t Borrow Trouble Pima County
Don’t Borrow Trouble Pima County is a program of Southwest Fair Housing Council. It is an unbiased, non-profit agency that knows the programs, products and people throughout Arizona. Don’t Borrow Trouble offers resources, advice, and assistance for consumers, including consultation with HUD-certified housing counselors. Services are provided at no charge.
Pima County Community and Economic Development—Emergency Assistance
Assistance is provided to residents of Pima County who are in need of temporary assistance with rent and/or mortgage payments to avoid eviction or foreclosure and to prevent homelessness. Assistance is restricted to one-time only per year. For more information, visit the above website or call (520) 243-6700.
Pima County Department of Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation
The Pima County Department of Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation’s website lists a few resources for foreclosure prevention and assistance, including a list of HUD-certified housing counselors.