Legal service providers and housing counselors are urging the state to replace federal stimulus funds for foreclosure prevention services when the money runs out in a few months—just as court officials say that the pace of foreclosures is likely to pick up.

More than 120 organizations now share in almost $22 million in federal stimulus money to fund services that range from helping homeowners fill out loan modification forms to representing them in court.

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