Mayor Bowser Announces the District is Among the First Jurisdictions to Achieve Federal Milestone for Emergency Rental Assistance

September 1, 2021

Through STAY DC, The Community Partnership (TCP) and other District of Columbia Community Based Organizations (CBO) remain committed to ensuring our neighbors receive financial assistance in response to their outstanding rental and utility needs. Over the last few months, TCP and our CBO partners have conducted a number of outreach efforts to make DC residents aware of the STAY DC program and provide assistance with access to the program.

TCP, in particular, partnered directly with our Family Rehousing and Stabilization Program (FRSP) service providers to ensure all eligible program participants applied for STAY DC assistance. FRSP is one of the District’s largest Rapid Rehousing programs, whose participants can and have benefited from STAY DC. In addition, TCP continues to work directly with District residents and landlords to help them become familiar with the STAY DC online and paper application process.

Lastly, however not limited to, TCP continues to operate as a direct service center to answer inquiries and provide guidance about STAY DC via telephone, serve as a drop off location for assistance applications and assists District residents, in person, with completing their STAY DC application.

Click here to view the DC Government Press Release

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