Calhoun County Treasurer Christine Schauer’s Office is working to let those in danger of foreclosure find ways out.

In a release, the office says that staff will be knocking on around 1,500 doors throughout Calhoun County over the next several months to tell at-risk residents what their options are.

Properties with unpaid taxes from 2014 or earlier entered forfeiture earlier this year, and on April 1, 2017, those properties will be foreclosed without payment.

Treasury staffers will be visiting Albion, Marshall, Springfield and then Battle Creek, with the door-to-door process expected to wrap up in October.

Property owners struggling with taxes are encouraged to contact the Treasurer’s Office and seek help.