The CDC extended the National Eviction Moratorium until June 31, 2021. More information and resources are listed below.

  • CDC Eviction Declaration Generator for Tenants – This is a resource that tenants can use to automatically generate the required documentation to mitigate being evicted during the moratorium. It is free and can send the documentation in the app straight to the landlord. https://kyequaljustice.app.law/cdc-eviction-declaration. You can sign a declaration and send it to your landlord all right there, virtually. Additionally, the declaration you sign and send to your landlord is available in 20 different languages so those who can read in their native languages can understand what they are agreeing to.
  • The Arizona Housing Coalition created a list of Known Rental Assistance Resources and Eviction Prevention Programs  that include resources for residents across the state as well as county specific resources.
  • AZ Eviction Help – The AZEvictionHelp website was originally developed by the Arizona Bar Foundation in collaboration with Daniel Bernal, formally with Stanford University. To address the need for eviction information and resources, a statewide collaborative was organized to provide support. – click here
  • CDC Eviction Order Questions and Answers from the AZ Courts – click here
  • Southern Arizona Legal Aid COVID19 services information – here
  • Statewide list of governmental agencies offering rental assistance – click here
  • National Housing Law Project list of resources – here

Rental Assistance Programs

  • Housing Assistance and Low Cost Housing (Maricopa)

    Housing Assistance and Low Cost Housing


    Catholic Charities – Housing For Hope

    You and your family can find a safe, beautiful home in a strong community at an affordable price with Housing for Hope. With housing communities throughout the Valley of the Sun, please find the one that fits you and your lifestyle!

    4747 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013 | 602-530-5559 | h4hproperties@cc-az.org | housingforhopeaz.org

    FSL Safe and Affordable Housing Opportunities for You: Multi-family Housing

    We offer 26 affordable apartment communities around the state of Arizona, providing a safe, affordable home for seniors, adults with disabilities, and families with low income. To see current affordable housing opportunities, click here. Our property prospect lists for current options posted are open, and we encourage all interested prospects to inquire at the property of interest and apply! To see what else FSL can offer you, visit our website or see this flyer!

    Friendly House – Utilities/Rental Assistance

    Utility and rental assistance is provided to those who schedule an appointment – please contact 602-345-0167 on the first Thursday of each month between 9am-12pm. Food and hygiene boxes are also available throughout the week.

    https://www.friendlyhouse.org/family-services

    Rehoboth Community Development Corporation – Rent Assistance

    Rehoboth serves the local community of Canyon Corridor and people within Maricopa County. Canyon Corridor consists of a diverse economic and cultural demographic. With over 4,000 international residents, including 52 languages, we truly are the Cultural District of Phoenix. Assisting low-income families obtain affordable housing.

    (602) 272-4133 | officeadmin@rehobothphx-cdc.org | rehobothphx-cdc.org

    The Society of St. Vincent De Paul

    When possible, we co-fund with other agencies and target our one-time family assistance to those who have the potential to regain self-sufficiency in a relatively short amount of time. Rent and utility bill assistance are assessed by volunteers who work out of our community food pantries, which are based out of Catholic churches.

    APS Utility Assistance: APS has partnered with us to provide crisis bill assistance to APS customers in need. Please call our Utility Assistance Line at (602) 850-6948.

    https://www.stvincentdepaul.net/programs-and-services-faq

    Trellis

    We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Since we established our roots in 1975, Trellis (formerly Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix) has made stable homes possible. We provide home ownership counseling, financial access and neighborhood development. Regardless of income, education or background, we help individuals and families across Arizona. As a NeighborWorks America member and a Freddie Mac Borrower Help Center, we are connected to a strong network spanning all 50 states.

    1405 E. McDowell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85006 | (602) 258-1659 | trellisaz.org

    UMOM – New Day Center

    UMOM is in the business of placing a home within reach. Wherever possible, we employ the ‘Housing First’ approach, moving people into housing as quickly as possible. Once in housing, we address the issues that led to homelessness. The housing first approach has a proven track record and is often among the best ways to end homelessness.

    3333 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, Arizona 85008 | (602) 275-7852 | umom.org/housing

  • Housing Assistance (Pima)

    Housing Assistance


    Family Housing Resources

    Family Housing Resources’ mission is to create lasting solutions to help individuals and families reach financial freedom through housing support, education, and partnership. They offer homebuyer education classes, down payment assistance, and pre-purchase counseling. https://www.fhrtucson.org/homebuyerresources/ 

    3505 N. Campbell Ave, Suite 501

    Tucson, Arizona 85719

    Phone: 520-318-0993

    info@fhrinc.net

     

    Pima County Housing Search

    A free resource to help you find rentals in Pima County. View listings of apartments, condos, homes for rent. Updated daily. http://www.pimacountyhousingsearch.org/index.html

     

    City of Tucson – Housing and Community Development

    Information on public housing, section 8, rental assistance, landlord resources, home repair programs, and elderly/disabled assistance.

    https://www.tucsonaz.gov/housing-and-community-development

    310 N Commerce Park Loop
    Tucson, AZ 85745

    Phone: (520) 791-4171

    HCDAdmin@tucsonaz.gov

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