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Do you need assistance? Are you financially impacted by COVID-19 and are struggling to make your regular payments?

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for renters and landlords to cover housing costs. With the CDC moratorium ending on July 31, many renters are worried about catching up on past-due rent and facing eviction. Help is available.

Renters—and landlords—can apply for money from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program. The funds are being distributed by state and local organizations to their local communities. This money can help with rent, utility bills, and even moving costs.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new Rental Assistance Finder allows people to find aid based on the state or territory or tribe or tribal lands where they live. For more information on the new tool, please refer to Housing on the navigation bar.

Through a network of organizations, you will find Free or low-cost one-on-one support to help you understand more about resources available and make sound financial decisions.

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