I live in the City of Memphis, how do I get help?

If you live in the City of Memphis, you may qualify for the Shelby County Lead Hazard Control Program. Contact Mr. Safranski Durr at (901) 222-7603 for more information or click on the Lead Program tab.


Only citizens in Shelby County outside of the city of Memphis may qualify for the Shelby County Rehabilitation Program.


Other organizations that you may contact:

Habitat for Humanity- Aging in Place Program: (901) 322-3500

MLGW- Project Care: (901) 528-4188 

City of Memphis- Weatherization Assistance Program: (901) 636-7366

MIFA- Various Family Programs: (901) 527-0208


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1. How do I apply for the Rehabilitation Program?
2. How do I apply for the Lead Hazard Control Program?
3. Can I complete a Shelby County Department of Housing program application online?
4. When will my Lead Hazard Control Program application be approved?
5. My Lead Hazard Control Program application was approved, when will my home be inspected?
6. When will work start on my house?
7. If Shelby County Department of Housing does work on my home, do I have to pay for it?
8. Can I have the contractor of my choice for the work done on my home?
9. When will the lien on my home be released?
10. Who do I call if I have a Fair Housing complaint?
11. How do I get help with my tenant landlord issues?
12. How do I get information about a Subordination Agreement?
13. I live in the City of Memphis, how do I get help?
14. How do I become a contractor?
15. As a contractor, what do I need to do to get reimbursed for training?
16. Can I submit an application for Section 8 housing?
17. How do I get emergency housing assistance?
18. How can I get assistance with mortgage and/or utility payments?
19. Who do I contact if I have a bug or mold problem in my home?
20. What if I have an issue that is not listed here?