SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - If you're looking for free mortgage relief help, you're in luck. A free event is taking place at the Convention Center right now.
The program is put on by the organization NACA, which gives struggling homeowners the opportunity to speak directly with their bank.
One of the first people in line says he came from the Los Angeles area and researched the organization before coming down to Friday's event.
"Went online and started the process and I came down here to finish it today. I'm a single dad with two young kids and I've had my house for nine years and dedicated to keep it and NACA will help me do that," Single father, Joe Leuschen said.
"Our event really helps people that are struggling, that cannot make ends meet," National Media Coordinator of NACA, Rick Herrera said.
Thousands of people are expected at the event and all services are free.
The event runs Friday through Tuesday.
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