HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) posted updates to its “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Eviction Moratorium FAQs for HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing.” A previous update was issued on May 26 (see Memo, 6/1). In the latest update, PIH offers minor changes to three Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to reflect that on June 25 the CDC extended the eviction moratorium from June 30 to July 31 (see Memo, 6/28). For important details in the FAQs that may help residents avoid eviction, advocates are encouraged to review Memo from June 1.
More about the CDC eviction moratorium is on NLIHC’s National Eviction Moratorium website at: https://bit.ly/34rYRZz
More information about public housing is on page 4-30 of NLIHC’s 2021 Advocates’ Guide.
More information about coronavirus-specific public housing policies is on page 10-8 of NLIHC’s 2021 Advocates’ Guide.
More information about housing choice vouchers is on page 4-1 of NLIHC’s 2021 Advocates’ Guide.
More information about coronavirus-specific voucher policies is on page 10-24 of NLIHC’s 2021 Advocates’ Guide.