• Shelley Ttreadway

$30 Million Eviction Prevention Program Announced to Keep Baltimore Families in Their Homes

Mayor Young Announces $30 Million Eviction Prevention Program to Keep Baltimore Families in Their Homes as Growing Rental Crisis Looms

Additional funds will support a four-pronged comprehensive Eviction Prevention program:

  • Financial assistance to cover past-due bills and up to six months of back rent

  • Relocation assistance—both financial and logistical—for tenants who are evicted or forced to leave an inhabitable unit

  • Legal assistance for tenants facing eviction proceedings

  • Case management to connect households to additional resources and assist them generally through this difficult time

Qualifying residents must:

  • Have a household income of 50% or less of the average median income

  • Demonstrate a COVID-19-related financial impact

  • Provide proof of pending eviction proceedings

Residents can find what they need to apply at bmorechildren.com

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