ERAP & HAF Program Assistance
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to households across America struggling to pay rent, utilities, and mortgages, leaving some on the brink of eviction or foreclosures. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), and the Housing Assistance Fund (HAF) are lifelines to struggling households impacted by COVID-19.
Governments need immediate case management solutions and grant management expertise for compliant and accurate program rollout and reporting to the federal government. Emergency rental and mortgage assistance payments will be made directly to States, U.S. Territories, local governments with more than 200,000 residents, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, and Indian tribes or the tribally designated housing entity of an Indian tribe, as applicable
States have access to a minimum of fifty million dollars if you qualify for funds through the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) to prevent mortgage delinquencies, foreclosures, loss of utilities or home energy services.
The Tidal Basin team is experienced in managing these federal assistance programs and can help governments with the following program offerings:
Tidal Basin can help states develop and manage their HAF and ERAP programs.
$ 25 B+ERAP Funding Available for State, Local, Tribal, and U.S. Territory Governments
2,000 +Emergency and Disaster Specialists Available for Assistance
24 hrs7 Days a Week Call Center Support
$ 40 B+Federal Funding Tidal Basin Has Managed For Clients
Our Team of Experts Can Guide You Through The ERAP and HAF Programs
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