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Resources and information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including protections under the CARES Act, evictions, unemployment benefits, garnishment of wages, etc.


For an explanation of Idaho's crisis standards of care in Spanish, please visit this website:
HUD has updated its Eviction Prevention and Stability Toolkit, which includes brochures on public housing authorities, non-payment of rent evictions, housing choice vouchers, repayment agreement guidance, a fact sheet for tenants who have accrued back rent, and the Treasury's Emergency Rental Assistance Program.  Please view the attached Toolkit for further information and click on any buttons that say "click here" to view the brochures or fact sheets.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has created a webpage for resources for renters during the Coronavirus pandemic. It includes information on rental assistance, tips on communicating with your landlord, Center for Disease Control Eviction Moratorium Order, and information regarding mortgages. Please visit this webpage for more information:
For more information regarding Idaho's coronavirus pandemic, please visit the State of Idaho's webpage devoted to coronavirus information, such as the numbers in Idaho, a transmission risk level map, and what stage of the Stay Healthy Order Idaho is currently in: Idaho Coronavirus.
The document below was issued by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare on May 1, 2020. It contains information on plans all agricultural employers should have in place to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. 
Rental and utility assistance is available for low income families who are unable to pay their current rent or utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic or the related economic crisis. If you live within Ada County or the City of Boise, contact the Boise City Ada County Housing Authority for rent/utility assistance: 

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