Apply for Rental Assistance Today!

Tenants across New York State fought for COVID-19 rental protections and won $2.7 billion in rental relief.

After more than a year of tenants organizing to demand relief, today New York State’s COVID-19 rent relief program is open. Tenants are eligible for COVID-19 rent relief if:

✅ You are currently behind on rent for any period between March 2020 and today.
✅ Your household income was at or below 80% of the area median income (AMI) either in 2020, or today.
✅ All households, regardless of immigration status, who qualify are eligible for aid.

Sign Up for New York’s Eviction Moratorium

New York’s eviction moratorium lasts until August 31, 2021. Fill out this form today to ensure that your landlord cannot take you to court if you owe back rent or have experienced hardship during the pandemic.

Missed any rent payments since March of 2020?

Apply for If you are below 80% of the local area media income (AMI) and are behind on rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for New York State’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).



America is experiencing a public health crisis. Millions of us can’t pay rent. Housing Justice for All is collecting stories to highlight this. By speaking out and sharing stories, we demand to be heard.

You can view everyone’s stories on the map. Each dot represents a different story.

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