Fairfax County Emergency Rental Assistance
Fairfax County is administering the Emergency Rental Assistance Bridge Program ERA-BP to support housing stability, which launched July 1, 2022. Eligibility for the ERA-BP includes the following: Fairfax County community member, household income at or below 80 percent of the Area Median Income AMI; rental rate up to 150 percent of the Fair Market Rent FMR; up to three (3) months of assistance to maintain or secure housing (arrears balance as of March 13, 2020, or the current month only). ERA-BP funds will be administered until the funds are exhausted. ERA-BP applications may be submitted online, with the Landlord Portal (landlord), or by contacting Coordinated Services Planning CSP (community member) at 703-222-0880 Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Community Members are encouraged to contact Coordinated Services Planning CSP to explore resources to meet their additional basic needs.
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Languages (all checklist are .pdfs) - Arabic / العربية | Amharic / አማርኛ | Chinese / 中文 | English | Farsi / فارi | Korean / 한국어 | Spanish / Español | Urdu / اردو | Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt.
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EVICTION PREVENTION RESOURCES
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Eviction Data Dashboard
The Eviction Data Dashboard was developed to identify areas of the county where residents are most at risk of being evicted from their homes because of economic hardship caused by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.