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The Coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted residents of York County both in health and economically, as thousands of our neighbors have been laid off from their jobs, furloughed or have had hours reduced.

 

These changes in employment, as well as other factors, have placed an increased challenge on residents’ ability to pay rent and keep families in their homes.

 

With this in mind, several community organizations have come together to help residents of York County who rent apartments and houses. This effort is supported by the York County Community Foundation and the United Way of York County through the COVID-19 Response Fund.

 

While a current moratorium on evictions protects renters through July 10, 2020, all tenants should take ACTion now to prevent future financial struggles. Such ACTion, as outlined in the fliers below, includes assessing your financial situation, contacting lenders and taking steps to avoid eviction.

 

For more information, please click on one of the buttons below to contact either of the following agencies:

 

 

 

 


 

RENTAL RESOURCES

NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE ABOUT YOUR RENTAL SITUATION?

Community Progress Council’s HUD-certified counselors provide no-cost consultations about rentals, leases and avoiding the eviction process.

Counselors are prepared to discuss Coronavirus-related issues and solutions with you to help you and your family stay in your home.

Call (717) 846-4600, ext. 221, or email housing@yorkcpc.org. Services are available in Spanish.