Homeowners Get Pandemic Relief From State

The state of Rhode Island is launching a homeowner assistance program for people who have struggled to pay the bills during the pandemic. The fifty-million dollars being provided is from the American Rescue Plan Act.

“I am incredibly proud to launch this program and provide Rhode Islanders who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 with the support they need,” said Governor McKee. “Another example of our state providing critical support directly to our residents, these resources help families in our state to stay in their homes and potentially prevents others from experiencing homelessness. We are grateful to our federal delegation for their advocacy and Senator Reed for his leadership to ensure that all Rhode Island residents have access to a safe space to call home.”

Applications can be filled out by visiting the Rhode Island Homeowner Assistance Fund website.

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