Resources for People Impacted by Coronavirus

Legal Services

Resources for people impacted by coronavirus

Coronavirus has created unexpected and unprecedented challenges in our world. Unfortunately, the impact of coronavirus deepens inequity and amplifies difficult situations already faced by many individuals and families.  We are here to help.

If you sign a document called a “Hardship Declaration”, you cannot be evicted until at least May 1, 2021

You can sign a Hardship Declaration if:

  • You have experienced a financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic, and/or
  • You would be unable to obtain new suitable housing, and/or
  • Your health would be at risk if you were forced to move from your current home.

Read More

Download the Hardship Declaration Here:

English Version      Spanish Version

Thumbnail for the Coronavirus Fact Sheet

Coronavirus Unemployment Fact Sheet

Information you need to know regarding unemployment benefits eligibility during the Coronavirus health crisis.

Download the PDF

Thumbnail for the Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions

Housing and Coronavirus FAQ

For renters, we’ve compiled some Frequently Asked Questions regarding your rights during this global pandemic.

Download the FAQ

Consumer Rights FAQ

Consumer Rights Fact Sheet

Information you need to know regarding stimulus checks, student loans, credit reporting, car payments, debt collection, and credit cards during the Coronavirus health crisis.

Download the PDF

Coronavirus Relief Facts

Coronavirus Relief Check Fact Sheet

Information you need to know regarding relief checks during the Coronavirus health crisis.

Download the PDF