Landlords Can Refer Tenants to Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Updated: Jan 13, 2022
Effective Nov. 13, the Miami-Dade Police Department has resumed enforcement of evictions in all cases filed on or before March 12, 2020.
Renters facing eviction may qualify for protection by filing with the court a CDC declaration for a temporary halt in evictions, available in English, Spanish, and Creole. Renters may also obtain a copy of the CDC declaration from any Miami-Dade branch library or Miami-Dade County Community Action Center.
Emergency Rental Assistance Program
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program 2.4 provides rental payment assistance for up to 18 months in arrears if you meet certain income qualifications and are experiencing financial hardship during or as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eligible residents who received previous ERAP funding can apply again, but you will not receive assistance for months of rent you were previously awarded.
Read more about the program, including Frequently Asked Questions and locations to pick up and drop off applications if needed.
Important: Eviction Processors and Your Agent in Miami are not responsible for any innacuracies or misinformation provided through this website. Please contact a lawyer and review the state statutes to ensure the forms that you are using are accurate and the information is current.
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