COVID-19 Resource Hub

This page updates frequently as the COVID-19 situation evolves.


  • 2021 Rental Assistance

    • Statewide
      • Governor Hogan announced a total of $258.1 million will be administered through the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) for rental relief. An additional $143 million was allocated directly to 8 jurisdictions with populations over 200k including Montgomery & Prince George’s County.
        • The state awaits regulatory guidance from the federal government regarding how the funds can be deployed; in the meantime, the governor directed DHCD Secretary Ken Holt to work with leaders in the Maryland General Assembly to form a bipartisan advisory group.
        • Check DHCD’s website for updates

    • Montgomery County
      • Montgomery County received $31,405,652.90 in federal funding for rental and utility assistance. This is in addition to monies expected from the State.
        • The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will administer this new federal aid. DHHS will set criteria for applications. The federal government is requiring jurisdictions to prioritize households earning at 50% or less of the area median income and those who have been unemployed for more than 90 days prior to applying. Income can either be based on the calendar year 2020 income or monthly income at the time of the application (under the latter income must be verified every three months). The assistance can be used for both rent and utilities.
        • Check DHHS' website for updates

    • Prince George's County
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  • 2021 Rental Assistance Relief

    • Statewide
    • Fairfax County
      • Fairfax County in Virginia received $34,463,868.80 in federal funding. Fairfax County will operate their own ERA-funded rent relief programs for their residents.
        • For residents seeking rent, utility and other basic needs assistance, contact Coordinated Services Planning at 703-222-0880, TTY 711 Monday--Friday, 8 AM-- 4:30 PM.
        • For landlords seeking rent assistance on behalf of tenants, please visit the Landlord Portal. For questions please call 703-324-5580 or email:

District of Columbia

  • 2021 Rental Assistance Relief

    • Mayor Bowser has expended $13 million in federal funding for two rental assistance programs - COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program.
      • Apply to CHAP here. Applicants may be able to apply for an additional 3 months for a total of 6 months of rental assistance.
      • Landlords can apply to CHAP on behalf of eligible tenants. Fill out a landlord application here.

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