Rent Assistance Program available
Are you behind on rent or currently struggling to make your rent due to Covid-19? Does your income fall within the below guidelines? Do you have a tenant that is struggling to pay rent?
Serenity House of Clallam County received $762,000 to support Clallam County and help renters pay up to three months of rent. Certain restrictions apply.
Email completed Application to: Housinghelp@serenityhouseclallam.org
Application and Supporting Documents
City of Port Angeles has funds available for residents that need it
- Utility relief
- Residential relief ranges from $24/mo to $250/mo depending household income
- For businesses – $200 off per month per utility connection
- Rent and Mortgage relief (check will be mailed to you)
- Apartment: $300 off per month
- House: $500 towards rent or mortgage
OlyCAP has money for rental and mortgage assistance in Clallam County
Olympic Community Action Programs has received over $200,000.00 from Clallam County to help households impacted by COVID with rent and mortgage assistance. Funds must be used by October 31, 2020, so residents are encouraged to apply immediately.
The household must have experienced a 50% drop in household income for at least 30 days since March 17, 2020 due to the COVID public health emergency. The household must have a monthly rent or mortgage payment greater than 30% of their income as measured from the past 30 days and be in arrears. Eligible residents can receive one month’s assistance in an amount not to exceed $2,000.00. As with all housing assistance at OlyCAP, vouchers are issued directly to landlords or mortgage companies.
If you need help, please click here or call OlyCAP at 360-385-2571.
“We really hope to assist people who may have never heard of OlyCAP before and are not familiar with the social service agencies. We hope to help those that may not meet the criteria for the Emergency Rent Assistance Program (ERAP) program and will be working with our partners at Serenity house to receive referrals,” says Kathy Morgan, Director of Housing at OlyCAP.
Know Your Rights Eviction Presentation
Clallam Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers are hosting a ‘know your rights virtual presentation on eviction and the moratorium’ on 9/12 for Jefferson County and 9/19 in Clallam. Register on Facebook (links below) or see the attached flyers for more information. Volunteer attorneys will be on hand immediately after the event to answer questions. For those without internet at home, you can participate by using the libraries WIFI which is accessible in their parking lots.
Jefferson County Facebook event link
Clallam County Facebook event link
Have questions? Contact:
Shauna Rogers McClain
Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers