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COVID-19 Resources and Updates

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Emergency Housing Assistance

The pandemic has put millions of households across the nation in jeopardy of losing their homes. Low-income renters, including millions of essential workers, have been hit the hardestLower-income homeowners also need emergency assistance. Millions are falling behind on their payments and running out of options.

Congress recently authorized more than $45 billion in emergency aid for renters and $10 billion for homeowners. Visit this page for more information on state programs, federal programs, and NCSHA recommendations.

Learn More: Emergency Rental Assistance

Federal Agency COVID-19 Resource Pages

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NCSHA Resources

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