Karen Bass Town Hall to Offer Assistance – Jan. 26

You’re invited to join Congressmember Karen Bass at an event that will deliver hands-on assistance to homeowners needing help remaining in their homes as well as first time homebuyers looking to access the housing market.

Counselors will also be available for a host of other community needs such as assistance related to Food Stamps, healthcare access and Earned Income Tax Credits for working families with children. For those that qualify, these tax credits could mean an additional $6,000 in tax credits for families earning less than $50,000 per year.

Congressmember Bass will take your questions on important issues happening in Washington DC such as jobs, education and healthcare.

We have customized this experience to best meet your specific needs. Please review the agenda below to plan ahead for when you may be able to join us.

We hope you can join us for this wonderful opportunity.
Saturday, January 26, 2013
9am – 2pm

Town Hall Agenda

9am – 10am “Foreclosure Rescue Scams” with Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs

9am – 2pm: Mortgage loan servicers, Keep Your Home California, and HUD-Certified Counselors available to discuss mortgage and loan modification issues

9am – 2pm: Counselors on hand to meet with you regarding Social Services benefits, Healthcare Access and Earned Income Tax Credits for working families with children

10:00am – 12pm: Town Hall Meeting with Representative Bass to discussing key issues such as jobs, education and healthcare. Special Guest: Chairman Jerome Horton, 4th District California State Board of Equalization

12pm – 2pm: “Hope Homebuyers Workshop” with Neighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles County

1pm – 2pm: “The Affordable Care Act and You” with Regional Director Herb Schultz, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Region IX

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7901 South Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90044

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