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November 17, 2011 (Chula Vista) – Assemblyman Marty Block (D-78th Assembly District), whose district includes much of East County, invites the public to attend a free clinic to assist homeowners and homebuyers on Saturday, November 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A coalition of nonprofit organizations and housing agencies in the San Diego region will be on hand to assist and educate homeowners and homebuyers in their housing needs. The clinic will be held at Calvary Chapel of San Diego, 1771 East Palomar Street, Chula Vista.


One location will give you a one-stop shop of counseling resources through the Housing Opportunities Collaborative.

Save $550 through free one-on-one counseling with a HUD approved housing counseling agency.

Save $300 an hour in attorneys fees through one-on-one session with pro bono attorneys for the day to learn about your legal options.

Have access to other compatible resources.

Get free loan modification assistance from a HUD approved housing counseling agency after your case has been reviewed.

Referrals will be provided to local law enforcement or to local professional associations who may give resolution to your problems.

Participate in educational sessions on credit management, loan modification, bankruptcy and consumer protection will also be provided.

Consider all your legal and financial options to make an educated decision.

Walk-in and family members are welcome. Registration is recommended: Please send email with name, address, and telephone number to, or call (619)283-2200 or 800-HOC-0503 to be registered. To find out more about HOC visit


For more information, contact Assemblyman Marty Block’s office:

Capitol Office:

State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0078
Tel: (916) 319-2078
Fax: (916) 319-2178 District Office:

Lemon Grove Plaza
7144 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Tel: (619) 462-7878
Fax: (619) 462-0078


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