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Temporary Moratorium on Tenant Evictions Due to COVID-19

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG) CARES ACT FUNDING

The City received $968,672 of FY 2019- 2020 ESG CARES Act funding to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus pandemic among individuals and families who are homeless or receiving homeless assistance and to support additional homeless assistance and homeless prevention activities to mitigate the impacts of COVID- 19.

The City will be appropriating the funds as follows:

ORGANIZATION

ESG-CV HOMELESS PREVENTION

ESG-CV RAPID RE-HOUSING

ESG-CV OUTREACH

ESG-CV EMERGENCY SHELTER OPERATIONS

ESG-CV ADMIN

TOTAL FUNDING REQUESTED

TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS TO BE ASSISTED

U.S. Vets

 

 

Engagement and CM - $85,500

 CM , Job Training, Transportation & Shelter Operations - $51,316

 $13,682.00

 $150,498.00

12

Fair Housing

 $255,000.00

 

 

 

 $19,125.00

 $274,125.00

581

United Way

 

 

 

 

 $15,598.00

 $15,598.00

82

Catholic Charities

 $140,000.00

 

 

 

 $14,000.00

 $154,000.00

23

Path of Life

 $  25,000.00

 

 $ 20,000.00

 CM, Renovation, and Operations - $80,000

 $12,500.00

 $137,500.00

733

City of Riverside

 $                  0

 $214,988.80

 $                0

 $                  0    

 $21,962.20

 $236,951.00

14

 TOTAL

 $420,000.00

 $214,988.80

 $105,500.00

 $131,316.00

 $96,867.20

 $968,672.00

1445

For questions or information on these programs, please contact Michelle Davis at (951) 826-5743 or mdavis@riversideca.gov.


Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Inc

Resources HousingThe mission of the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Inc is to provide comprehensive services which affirmatively address and promote fair housing (anti-discrimination) rights and further other housing opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status (i.e. presence of children), disability, ancestry, marital status, or other arbitrary factors.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against by a landlord, property manager, real estate agent, home loan officer, or housing developer, contact the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Inc.

Free HUD training to assist service organizations and individuals in the IE to better understand housing discrimination issues affecting immigrant communities.

Contact:
3933 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 682-6581
Website: www.fairhousing.net


The Riverside County Housing Authority Contact Information

The Riverside County Housing Authority is administered under the umbrella of the County Economic Development Agency, and runs the County's affordable housing programs. These programs include first time homebuyer assistance, the Mortgage Credit Certificate Program, HOME projects, rehabilitation loans, and tenant-based and project-based rental assistance (including Section 8 rental vouchers).

Specific County programs may or may not be offered within the City of Riverside. For more information on County programs, please call or visit their website.

To be placed on the waiting list for the County's Section 8 rental voucher program, please visit the website listed above.

Contact:
Phone: 1-800-984-1000
Website: http://www.rivcoeda.org

Section 8 Rental Voucher Program
Website: https://www.harivco.org