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Homelessness Prevention Eligibility

Thank you for completing the homelessness prevention assessment

If assistance is available, you will be contacted by a community partner agency.

Please provide your name, phone number, and email address. A representative will reach out to you to verify your eligibility and collect required documents.

Note: Please do not complete the assessment again unless something significantly changes in your situation or more than 30 days have passed. Your information has been saved. Completing multiple applications through this page may make it harder for you to receive assistance if you are eligible.
There are far more requests for assistance than available resources can support.  You will only be contacted if a community agency is able to offer you help.

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We encourage you to also try the following resources which may be able to help you more quickly. 
 
Tucson Pima Eviction Prevention Program
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.
 
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.
 
2-1-1 Arizona 
Visit www.211arizona.org or dial 2-1-1 from any Arizona phone number for information about community resources in Pima County.

It doesn’t look like you will be prioritized for homelessness prevention assistance at this time.

You should consider applying for Eviction Prevention services through the Community Action Agency or Tucson Pima Eviction Prevention Project (see information below)

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 on-going 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.

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.

To find out if you qualify or to receive more information, call 520-724-3357 (520-724-EELS) or click on the Contact EELS button below
CONTACT EMERGENCY EVICTION LEGAL SERVICES

Looking for Other Assistance?

Visit www.211arizona.org for information about community resources in Pima County.
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