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Through the STL Cares Act, 5.4 million dollars have been allocated to St. Louis residents who need assistance with their rent or mortgage. The Department of Human Services has worked with various housing organizations to help through the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Both tenants and homeowners of the City of St. Louis are eligible for assistance. Applicants must demonstrate financial hardship due to COVID-19 pandemic.

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(lost wages due to lay off/furlough, unemployment money not being received timely, doctor’s note demanding quarantine, medical hospitalization record, and other unique circumstances as approved by the Department of Human Services)

There are three forms of assistance that you may be eligible for.

There are three forms of assistance that you may be eligible for.

Rental Arrears

Rental Arrears must be in the months of March-November of 2020

Up to 3 months of rental arrears may be paid per household.

Rent Payments

Rent payments must be for the months of July-December of 2020

Up to 3 months of rent payments may be paid per household.

Mortgage Payments

Payments of past/current mortgage payments are allowed when there is no impending foreclosure proceedings or filings.

Up to 3 months of mortgage payments may be paid per household.

Housing assistance is limited to $3,500 per household.

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