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FACING EVICTION?

See if you qualify for homelessness prevention assistance

Have you fallen behind on rent or utilities during the pandemic? Not sure where to turn? If so, you are not alone.

The eviction process can be confusing and scary. In Pima County, there are agencies and programs that can help with financial assistance, legal assistance, and other support to help individuals and families prevent or recover from eviction.

HOMELESS PREVENTION

There are a number of rent and utility assistance programs in Pima County available based on your circumstances. Homelessness Prevention provides on-going assistance for households at the highest risk of homelessness resulting from eviction or other loss of housing.

Completing the screening form online is the fastest way to receive assistance. If you are unable to complete the screening tool online, please call (520) 724-7334.
Get The Help you need

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

STEP 1
Complete our online screening and assessment tool.
STEP 2
Find out if homelessness prevention may be an option for your family.
Note: Please do not use this application portal if you are already experiencing homelessness or have already been evicted from your home. If you are experiencing homelessness, please contact a Coordinated Entry Access Point listed at www.tpch.net/coordinatedentry.
The journey back to stability begins here.
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY NOW

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Emergency Rent + Utility Assistance

Tucson Pima Eviction Prevention Program: A joint project of the City of Tucson, Pima County, and Community Investment Corporation.

The Tucson Pima Eviction Prevention Program provides up to 12 months of rental/utility arrears and up to 3 months of ongoing rental assistance for low/moderate income households facing eviction as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit www.tucsonpimaep.com to check eligibility for yourself or your tenant and apply.

Emergency Eviction Legal Services

Pima County Office of Emergency Eviction Legal Services

The Office of Emergency Eviction Legal Services can help tenants in need of legal advice and representation in eviction cases.

Free legal counsel is available to qualifying tenants. Navigators are available to explain the process and connect tenants with other county and community resources, like rent assistance, help finding a job and much more. Learn More HERE.
Looking for Other Assistance?
Visit www.211arizona.org for information about community resources in Pima County.
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Get The Help you need

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Have you fallen behind on rent or utilities during the pandemic?  Not sure where to turn?  If so, you are not alone.
The eviction process can be confusing and scary.  In Pima County, there are agencies and programs that can help with financial assistance, legal assistance, and other support to help individuals and families prevent or recover from eviction.
The journey back to stability begins here. 
CHECK ELIGIBILITY NOW
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