San Bernardino County Friday reported another emergency rental assistance program to give rental and utility assistance to occupants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The program, financed by the federal Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 and run related to Inland SoCal 211+, will give as long as a year of back lease and additionally planned lease payments, just as late utilities and forthcoming assistance.
“This program will carry truly necessary help to inhabitants attempting frantically to remain in their homes and, thusly, landowners who have been hard-hit by the economic effects of the pandemic,” County Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman said. “The county’s association with Inland SoCal 211+ is a critical advance toward economic recuperation for our area.”
The $46.8 million program will focus on its endeavors to the most weak inhabitants who have encountered the best impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
More data about the program and eligibility requirements can be found on the county’s site and on ISC211’s site.
Applications can be rounded out web based beginning Monday. The individuals who don’t approach a computer can call 211, augmentation 5, for help applying.