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The City of Daytona Beach has expanded its COVID-19 Assistance Recovery Effort program, also known as CARE, by offering rental assistance to income-eligible residents. The rental assistance program is intended to provide financial relief to Daytona Beach residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and to help ensure stability for low-to-moderate income residents who have been furloughed, lost employment or have had work hours reduced. Appointments must be made to submit completed applications and provide documentation, and can be made by calling Central Florida Community Development Corporation at (386) 226-1216 or Mid-Florida Housing Partnership Corporation at (386) 274-4441, ext. 301 and 304.
The program has limited funds available and applications will be accepted until the funds have been depleted. Assistance will be provided on a first-complete application and first qualified/eligible basis, and is for rental housing costs incurred on or after March 1. Applicants must not have been in delinquency status prior to March 11.
Assistance includes rental payments, with a two-month maximum assistance per household. Maximum assistance is capped at $1,500 per month and $3,000 total per household. Assistance payments will only be made to the property landlord or rental property management companies.
The one-time assistance does not have to be repaid. The $619,500 program is being funded through the city’s allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) federal funds and specific CDBG-COVID-19 funding expected to be received later this summer.
APPLICANT HOUSEHOLD SIZE
MAXIMUM ANNUAL INCOME TO BE ELIGIBLE
1 person household
2 person household
3 person household
4 person household
5 person household
6 person household
To apply for assistance, applicants will need to complete an application package at one of the following locations BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
These agencies will submit the completed application packages and payment information to the city. The city will process and mail all disbursements directly to the property landlord on behalf of the applicant.
The city’s CARE program was approved by the City Commission at their March 24 meeting to provide immediate financial relief to Daytona Beach residents and business owners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For more details on the CARE program, visit www.codb.us/coronavirus.
Applicants will be required to sign and certify that information is correct, duplication of benefits/subrogation certification and an authorization form for release of information.