If your home is currently in foreclosure or you have been served a notice of liens, you need to learn that this type of information is PUBLIC! You may hate it and feel like it's nobody's business BUT if it's public information, your county does allow real estate websites like Zillow, Trulia, etc. to publish this information.
There are states (Texas for example) and /or counties that do not disclose home information to the public and real estate websites cannot publish anything about your home. However, your county does allow it.
What you can do is request your county remove your home address from their public information database. There is no guarantee but it doesn't hurt to ask.
Unfortunately owners like you need to think of all the consequences that will happen before making decisions that will end up bad. Your foreclosure could have been prevented easily. You could have sold your home and rented instead but you refused to do it, so a foreclosure is your fault.