The Federal Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released an Order (PDF) that may stop landlords from evicting some tenants. The order does not automatically protect tenants and action from the tenant is required. Tenants must meet the eligibility criteria and deliver a signed CDC Declaration form to their landlord to be protected.
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Orange County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program has a total capacity of $33.4 million, and will help residents who are in imminent danger of eviction due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A list of frequently asked questions has been created in partnership with Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida to help residents with housing rights questions and avoiding evictions. These documents were last updated April 1, 2021.
Orange County residents who are behind on payments for their Federal Housing Administration insured mortgage may be able to seek assistance through a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved housing counseling agency. Residents who are behind on payments are urged to contact their mortgage servicer and request COVID-19 forbearance.
If you have fallen behind on payments and need help bringing your account current, please call Orange County Utilities at 407-836-5515, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
CareerSource Central Florida provides free career services such as training scholarships, paid internships and other career tools to help you land a career in key industries. Residents may call 1-800-757-4598.
Grand Avenue is providing career education and supports to any Orange County resident experiencing job loss due to COVID-19. Residents may call 407-521-6335 ext. 148/149.
Orlando jobs provides residents with verified job opportunities in key industries across Orange County.
UCF Global and CareerSource of Central Florida are offering free access to their Online English Program and additional training for qualified residents in Orange County.
State-run Reemployment Assistance benefits are available to residents who have been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida has expanded its distribution of meals and services to food pantries across Orange County.
Orange County Public Schools offers its Curbside Meal Distribution and Weekend Meal Program for eligible students in Orange County.
Seniors First, Inc. is the largest social services organization in the region, providing direct service and programs to our community’s vulnerable elderly population.
To meet the increased need for food in the community, United Against Poverty has created UP Mobile Markets to provide groceries to residents quickly and safely. Residents may call 407-650-0774 ext. 1737.
Aspire provides individuals and families with comprehensive and cost effective behavioral, mental and substance abuse care. Residents may call 407-875-3700 ext. 2.
BAYS Florida provided professional youth and family services throughout the State of Florida and has expanded its Family therapy services for residents in Orange County.
The LGBT+ Center in Orlando offers LGBTQ+ housing and other supportive health and human services for residents in Orange County. Residents may call 407-228-8272 ext. 1005.
OrangeConnects is a web-based navigation tool designed to connect residents with behavioral health providers based on a brief assessment that captures individuals’ unique needs and preferences.
UCF Restores provides treatment and training for first responders who have been affected by trauma and other COVID-19 stress-related disorders.
Residents impacted by COVID-19 can contact Heart of Florida United Way’s 2-1-1 service to be connected to critical health and social service resources in the community.
Clean The World is providing mobile shower units and wraparound services for residents experiencing homelessness in Orange County.
The Homeless Services Network provides transitional and permanent housing for those experiencing homelessness that are referred through the Coordinated Entry System, supportive services and ongoing case management for qualifying residents experiencing homelessness in Orange County. Residents may call 2-1-1.
Health Care Center For the Homeless is providing COVID-19 testing and medical outreach for residents experiencing homelessness in Orange County.
The Samaritan resource center provides drop-in services for the homeless in East Orlando, including case management, mail services, laundry services, a clothing closet, showers, a food pantry and hot food daily.
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