Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-16 21:02:00 –
A city program was implemented to help households struggling to pay rent, utilities, or both for COVID-19 Pause in August. twenty four Handles thousands of applications.Portal oneoahu.org/renthelp It opened again.
Households that earn less than 80% of the median income of the Oahu region (up to $ 96,650 per year for a four-person household) can apply. Households can also qualify if at least one member is unemployed for 90 days at the time of application.
Only new applications will be accepted, officials said. Also, please apply for only one person per household. This program is for rent or utility bill remedies and cannot be used to assist in mortgage payments.
For qualified households, the program pays:
>> Unpaid rent and electricity, sewers and water, or gas invoices up to $ 2,500 per month.
>> Up to $ 2,000 per month for future rent payments.
>> Electricity, water and sewage, and gas are up to $ 500 per month.
>> Invoices may be returned on March 13, 2020. The total payment can cover up to 12 months.
Payments are made directly to the landlord or utility. Landlords with the consent of the resident can also apply and receive up to 12 months of unpaid back rent or future rent.
Since its inception in April, the program has supported approximately 8,000 households on Oahu and distributed approximately $ 70 million to landlords and utilities. Overall, the city expects to invest $ 200 million to help renters and landlords.
Households with QUEST / Medicaid Health Insurance can now use the registration as proof of income.
A list of documents required to apply and answers to frequently asked questions are available at the following URL: oneoahu.org/renthelp.. Applicants can also call 768-CITY (2489) daily from 8 am to 4:30 pm.
Applications will be accepted until further notice is given.
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