Community Progress Council announces closure plans for Emergency Rental Assistance
Based on remaining funds available for ERAP in York County, Community Progress Council is announcing a phased program closure.
ERAP will close to new applications at 10 AM on August 15, 2023. At that time, the ERAP application portal will remain open to applicants who have received ERAP assistance in the past but are still in need and wish to recertify for additional rental support.
ERAP will close to ALL applications, including re-certifications, at 10 AM on September 1, 2023.
Applications completed prior to these closure dates will be reviewed and processed until the remaining funds are exhausted, which we anticipate will happen by October 31, 2023.
If you have already applied for ERAP and are seeking an update on your application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Updates on ERAP applications will not be given over the phone.
Find additional details on the program qualifications or how to apply at www.yorkcpc.org/take-action.
Community Progress Council is proud to be the trusted partner that York County can count on in times of crisis. Through ERAP, CPC has distributed more than $41 million in emergency funding since the program began in March 2021, keeping more than 8,590 families housed.
We remain committed to providing comprehensive, integrated services that can help York County families achieve longer-term economic self-sufficiency, and will continue to offer housing and financial education and counseling services alongside our other services to help families achieve their housing and self-sufficiency goals.
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About Community Progress Council
Founded in 1965, Community Progress Council is York County’s nonprofit community action agency, whose mission is to empower individuals and families to move toward self-sufficiency and advocate for change to promote community growth. CPC provides comprehensive, integrated services for low- and moderate-income people of all ages, with programs that include early childhood education through Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K Counts; housing, financial and employment counseling; nutrition support and education via Women, Infants and Children (WIC); York City Community of Hope; and the agency’s Self-Sufficiency Program that helps residents of York County reach financial stability. Learn more at www.YorkCPC.org.