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Baltimore City is expanding its rental assistance to help residents avoid evictions.

The Eviction Prevention Program will start later this month with $30 million in mostly federal coronavirus relief funds invested into the program.

These funds will help support things like financial assistance for past-due bills and back rent, relocation assistance for those who are evicted from their homes and legal assistance for residents facing eviction hearings.

According to WBAL-TV, Qualifying residents must:

Have a household income of 50% or less of the average medium income

Demonstrate a COVID-19-related financial impact

Provide proof of pending eviction proceedings.

Residents can get more information this program on bmorechildren.com.

 

 

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