The CDC eviction moratorium has ended: Learn your options
On August 26, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision ending the CDC eviction moratorium. If you’re unable to make your rent payments, you’re not alone -- here are options and resources to help you get back on your feet.
See if you’re protected under a state or local eviction moratorium
Even though federal protections have ended, some state or local moratoriums are still preventing evictions.
Visit Eviction Lab to see if your state or local government is stopping evictions
Financial help is available for renters and landlords
Federal rental assistance is currently being rolled out to communities across the country. State and local programs are taking applications now from both renters and landlords for emergency rental assistance, which may help cover back rent and utilities, as well as future rent and other housing costs.
Find a rental assistance program for your state, tribe, or local area
If you are facing eviction now, we have resources to help
Whether you are facing an eviction lawsuit or worried about getting evicted in the future, it’s important to understand your rights and what next steps you need to take.
- Talk with your landlord about making a repayment plan. Find out if your landlord is willing to work with you or if they plan to file an eviction lawsuit. Here is information to start that conversation.
- Talk with a lawyer, don’t delay. You may qualify for free legal help. If you’re a servicemember, talk with your local Legal Assistance Office.
- Housing counselors can help you make a plan based on your situation and needs. Again, you may qualify for free help. Find a HUD-certified housing counselor.
Learn more about rights and protections based on your situation