Public and Indian Housing COVID-19 Resources

Below are some resources for our stakeholders to help guide decisions on their response to COVID-19.

Contents:

Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit
CDC Eviction Moratorium

PHA and Transit Agency Partnership Resources
COVID-19 Toolkit
Vaccine Information

Policy Notices
FAQs
Resident Information
Letters From HUD
CDC Resources

Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit

This toolkit has been updated with new information and reflect the latest CDC guidance.  Building on innovative practices from Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) and existing HUD guidance, the updated toolkit offers information and resources to PHAs and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) landlords on ways to stabilize families during and after COVID-19.  The updated toolkit includes 10 attachments with links to a PHA best practices guide, tenant brochure with tips to avoid eviction, HCV landlord flyer to encourage engagement with tenants before the CDC moratorium expires, repayment agreement guidance and examples, a needs assessment tool, and HUD’s ERAP FAQs.

CDC Eviction Moratorium

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended the Order banning evictions for certain renters until July 31, 2021.  The CDC Order is a temporary eviction moratorium to protect public health and prevent further spread of COVID-19.

See Archived CDC Eviction Moratorium

PHA and Transit Agency Partnership Resources

On November 12, 2020,  PIH and the Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) partnered to educate stakeholders on how public housing authorities can coordinate with transit agencies, local municipalities, and school districts to provide essential services in their communities, including access to transportation, education support services (such as WiFi), food, medical appointments, and other essential services.

COVID-19 Toolkit

Vaccine Information

Policy Notices

FAQs

NOTE: The FAQs for the CARES Act eviction moratorium have been removed from the latest FAQs to avoid confusion with CDC’s Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions. Refer to the July 16th version of the FAQs for reference.

See Archived FAQs

Resident Information

Letters from HUD

CDC Resources