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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few of the questions we get most often. If you have a specific question not covered here, please feel free to give us a call or submit your question through the form.

Do you offer disaster relief financial aid?
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No. Project Porchlight is a program of MMI that supports disaster survivors through counseling, application assistance, creditor mediation, and resources or referrals, but we do not provide financial aid.
Is there a cost to use disaster recovery counseling?
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No. Thanks to a generous grant from a major foundation, Project Porchlight is provided to survivors at no cost to them, for a limited time.
How do I access Project Porchlight's online learning portal?
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If you've already begun your counseling with a Porchlight counselor, you can use the account information provided to access the online learning portal found here.
How long does a typical counseling session last?
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The initial intake counseling session of anywhere from 45 to 90 minutes. Monthly check-in coaching sessions can range from a few minutes up to an hour, depending on your needs.
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