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TENANT REQUIREMENTS FOR COVERAGE UNDER CDC EVICTION MORATORIUM:

In order to be protected by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Eviction Moratorium, it is critical that you communicate directly with your landlord/property manager about your circumstances and provide them a completed CDC Eviction Moratorium Form and any other information you are able to provide about your current circumstances. The CDC Nationwide Eviction Moratorium has been extended to June 30, 2021. If you completed a CDC Declaration Form and provided it to your landlord or property owner previously, you are not required to complete another one. If you have not, all the details and documents are provided below. 

  1. Review and complete the CDC Declaration Form and give it to your Landlord or Property Manager – Eviction Moratorium New June 30 2021
  2. If you have not already, apply for this waitlist- CLICK HERE to apply. 
  3. Communicate as much as possible with your Landlord or Property Manager about your situation. Remember both parties are necessary to expedite/complete the process. 
    1.  Let them know that you have applied for this waitlist and invite them to stay up to date on the program by Opting-In to our Landlord/Property Manager Communications: CLICK HERE
    2.  If possible, work out a partial payment plan with your Landlord or Property Manager Generic Payment Plan template
If you are unable to come to agreement with your Landlord or Property Manager CLICK HERE to learn about other resources for Pima County Residents or review the below resources. 
 
For more detailed information on the Eviction Process: 
https://azevictionhelp.org/eviction-process

Informational Video on the Eviction Process

Pima Community Interfaith brings together community experts to discuss the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on tenant evictions and the eviction process, as well as available resources for at-risk individuals to access rental assistance.

Leah Sandwell-Weiss is a deacon at St. Phillips in the Hills and worked for many years as the law school librarian at the University of Arizona. She explains the evictions process.

ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Below are additional resources for further assistance: 

Legal Aid Resources: 

Step Up To To Justice 
https://www.stepuptojustice.org/ 

Southern Arizona Legal Aid 
https://www.sazlegalaid.org/ 

Southwest Fair Housing Council 
http://swfhc.com/ 

 

Rapid Housing: Coordinated Entry Access Points 

https://tpch.net/coordinatedentry/  

In response to COVID-19, housing assessments are being conducted by phone only at most Access Points. Assessments are currently available at the locations/phone numbers and times lists below. What to expect when completing a Coordinated Entry assessment by phone:

1) You may be asked to make an appointment for an assessor to give you a call back or forwarded to voicemail. If this happens, try calling another Access Point or wait for a return call from the Access Point with which you left a message. They will return your call within 1 business day.

2) You may be referred to a different agency or phone number on this list.

3) You will be read a release of information that you normally would sign in person but will be only asked if you agree to it.

4) You will be asked to complete a brief health screening to assess need for isolation as a result of COVID-19.

5) The housing assessment process will take about 30 minutes.  

  • Sonora House: By Phone Only – (520) 624-5518
    • Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm 
  • La Frontera 
    RAPP, 1082 E Ajo Way, Ste. 100  – Phone Preferred – (520) 882-8422
    • Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm 
  • Salvation Army 
    By Phone Only – (520) 622-5411
    • Mon-Sat, 2pm-7pm 
  • Primavera 
    In Person: 702 S 6th Ave
    • Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri – 9am-12:30pm 

          By Phone – (520) 308-3079 

    • Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri – 1pm-4pm 
    • Tues – 8am-4pm 
  • Our Family Services 
    By Phone Only – (520) 323-1708
    • Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm  
  • Old Pueblo Community Services 
    By Phone Only – (520) 546-0122
    • Mon-Fri – 9am-4pm