News and notices
City Offers More Cash Assistance to Households in Need
With additional funding, the City of Portland will re-open the COVID-19 Household Assistance Program application Thursday to help Portlanders pay for household needs. The program is part of a $38 million City investment in COVID-19 housing relief.
City Launches COVID-19 Household Assistance Program
The City of Portland program opens to the public Tuesday to help Portlanders pay for household needs. The program is part of a $36 million City investment in COVID-19 housing relief.
COVID-19 Rent Relief Program (CVRRP) Expanded Partner Network
The COVID-19 Rent Relief Program was created to prevent evictions caused by the financial and health impacts of COVID-19. Funded by City of Portland CARES CRF funds, program delivery will be through a collaboration of PHB, partner organizations, Home Forward, and Multnomah County.
Mortgage Counseling and Navigation Services
Low Income homeowners will receive financial and foreclosure prevention counseling, and/or support in navigating CARES Act Mortgage Relief options from one of four culturally specific non-profit community partners that serve BIPOC communities.
Homeowner Financial Assistance
This program will provide financial assistance to at least 230 homeowners to prevent involuntary displacement due to impacts of COVID-19.
With Rent Due October 1, City and County Deploying Millions in COVID Relief
Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left vulnerable to eviction.
Portland COVID-19 Household Assistance Program RFI
Request for Interest. Submissions due Thursday, August 20, 2020, 5:00 PM