Baltimore City | August 3, 2021
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  • Eviction Prevention Resources
  • Upcoming Learning Opportunities
  • Ways to help 
Baltimore City's Eviction
Prevention Program
With the expiration of the CDC's Eviction Moratorium over the weekend and Maryland's Moratorium on Residential Evictions set to expire on August 15th, some members of our community are worried about facing eviction. If you are concerned about missed rent payments and other housing-related costs, you are not alone. 

Help is available for renters and landlords through the City's Eviction Prevention Program, which provides qualified residents with assistance with past-due rent payments, relocation support, legal assistance, and case management. Renters should seek help as soon as possible. 

Learn More & Apply
  • If you have received an eviction notice, email
  • For questions about the eviction prevention program and to request assistance with the application process, including assistance with language access, please call 410-396-5555
Additional Resources
Upcoming Learning Opportunities

Emergency Housing Vouchers Office Hours \ August 3, 2021 – 3:00 PM EDT

Two months ago, HUD announced the award of 70,000 EHVs to approximately 700 PHAs across the country. A list of PHAs invited to administer these vouchers can be found here. The next EHV Office Hours will focus on EHV Prioritization. Guest speakers will highlight how different communities are prioritizing populations within eligible categories.

Join Now
NLIHC— ERASE Webinar Series for Emergency Rental Assistance Program Stakeholders 
  • Creating Flexible, Streamlined and Low-Barrier Application Processes —August 4 ( 3 – 4:30 pm ET)  
  • Connecting Emergency Rental Assistance to Courts and Tenant Protections—August 11 (3 – 4:30 pm ET)
Emergency rental assistance (ERA) program administrators, state and local partners, and community stakeholders will learn more about best practices for ensuring that ERA reaches households experiencing the worst impacts of the pandemic—including households of color, people with disabilities, and immigrant communities—in time to prevent housing loss and eviction.

Advancing Equity and Impact Series: Framework for an Equitable COVID-19 Homelessness (Webinar Series)

  • Housing Navigation and Landlord Engagement (August 5 at 3 pm ET)
  • Connecting Housing Resources and Supportive Services (TBD)
Ways to Help
Below are some opportunities to take action.  
Stay Informed
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