Those who are facing financial hardship have an opportunity to receive free rental grants, or money that the government gives to people that never has to be paid back. These programs are available to help people who are facing a tough situation and need temporary relief.
Usually people end up having trouble making their rent payments because of a recent life event. It may be a job loss, lay off, medical condition, or simply having too more expenses than income. With just a little debt relief in any way, even if it is to help you make your rent payment, gives you an chance to get back on your feet and take back control.
Otherwise, as things continue to worsen individuals could get evicted, lose their cars, and eventually lose their jobs. Not only can that lead to homelessness, but filing for personal bankruptcy becomes a last resort reality. All of these things are bad for the economy, and the government is willing to do whatever it takes to help you avoid that.
Rental grants can often be obtained from your local government agencies. You can make a trip to your city hall to inquire about the available programs or you can search the government database online. What you'll find is a list of available funding options along with the qualification requirements. In some cases to qualify you must have missed your last two payments, where other programs may need to verify your income and look at how much debt you are carrying. Either way, there is no down payment, collateral or credit check to obtain free money to pay your rent.