Do I need any documents to qualify for the program?

Yes. You must have at least the documents listed below before you begin the pre-screening process online or over the phone.

The following will be required for pre-screening:

  • Participants must provide documentation of the impact of COVID-19 to their circumstance, including but not limited to the following:
    • Proof of job/income loss, temporary or permanent
    • Reduction in work hours/income
    • Increased healthcare and household expenses that attributed to insufficiency of rent/mortgage payments (i.e. increased child-care expenses due to school closures).
  • Copies of the following: valid, current Passport or State ID Card or Driver’s license (for each adult in the household)
  • Birth Certificate for at least each minor.
  • Proof of income, if any (unemployment benefits, check stubs, TANF, etc.)
  • Proof of occupancy for all household members (lease)

Additional documents may be needed as applicants progress through the process:

  • For those applying for rental assistance:
    • a copy of your current lease; and
    • a late or eviction notice(s) for monthly rent or proof of circumstance (any paperwork that can support how the household was adversely affected by COVID-19)


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1. What is the COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program
2. What are the minimum eligibility requirements to participate in the COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program?
3. Who is not eligible?
4. Do I get the money directly?
5. Do I need any documents to qualify for the program?
6. I do have access to the internet, how do I apply for COVID-19 mortgage / rental assistance?
7. Will you collect my documents during the pre-screening process?
8. How long will it take to process my application?
9. Do I have to pay the money back?
10. How much assistance is available for my family?
11. Will late fees from landlords, mortgage lenders, or utility providers be an eligible item for assistance?
12. Where did you get the money for the program?