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Eviction prevention programs overview

Eviction prevention programs provide financial assistance to help renters facing eviction stay in their homes.

These programs are generally designed for families who are being evicted due to nonpayment of rent during or following an unforeseen crisis, such as job loss or serious illness, rather than those who face more persistent affordability challenges. Jurisdictions may be interested in investing in eviction prevention to address concerns about displacement of low-income renters and also to avoid or reduce use of other more costly local services, like homeless shelters.

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Administering agencies

Department of Human Services or Social Services

Policy objectives

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