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Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit

As you know, the federal eviction moratorium will be coming to an end on July 24. Many states and localities have their own timeframes and policies. However, soon, many families that have been protected from eviction will soon be vulnerable.

Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit

As you know, the federal eviction moratorium will be coming to an end on July 24.  Many states and localities have their own timeframes and policies.  However, soon, many families that have been protected from eviction will soon be vulnerable. 
 
Yesterday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson announced the Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit to encourage Public Housing Authorities (PHA) and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) landlords to plan for and implement strategies to keep families stably housed and mitigate economic hardships due to COVID-19.
 
The toolkit is composed of a PHA best practices guide, tenant brochure with tips to avoid eviction, HCV landlord flyer to encourage engagement with tenants before the moratorium expires, repayment agreement guidance and examples, and a needs assessment tool. The toolkit also features best practices from several PHAs. For more information, please see the press release and toolkit.
 
The Community and Supportive Services team strongly encourages all grantees, whether you serve public housing, vouchers or project-based rental assistance to help ensure residents are stably housed and make progress toward their long-term goals.
 
If you have additional COVID-19 questions, please send them to PIH-COVID@hud.gov.  If you would like to share your successful resident stability strategies or have FSS-related questions, please email FSS@hud.gov.
 
Thank you for your important work during a critical time for public and HUD-assisted households.

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