Yes, after the portal is closed the providers will be processing applications in the portal until all funds are expended.
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Contact 211 for other rental assistance options. This program requires the application be submitted through the portal.
Yes, once the portal closes landlords and tenants will be able to log in to check status and respond to messages from providers.
Our program is prioritizing new household before we serve returning households. Once all new applicants are processed, returning households will be contacted IF there is available funding.
Contact 211 for information about other programs.
You can log-in to the portal to check your application status.
The provider will email you, call you, text you, and will reach out to you through the portal.
No, Pierce County is not out of funds, however, we anticipate that we will be out before the end of 2022. We also anticipate that we have enough applications in the queue to spend down all available funding.
Updates are provided by logging into the portal. Once you are referred to a provider, the status will change and the provider will contact you for processing to determine eligibility.
No, once the portal closes, we will no longer accept any new applications through 211, phone calls, in person, or online.
Once the portal closes, it will be too late to apply. Please contact Tacomaprobono for legal guidance.
No, there is no change to the amount of funds households may receive. We are prioritizing new applicants, followed by returning households.
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