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If you are renting your home and went through difficult times because of the pandemic, the Clark County is helping residents from Las Vegas and Henderson to keep their home! This week, the county launched housing, utilities help website to help households struggling with the pandemic and provide relief of their late rent, bills and penalty fees. The programs is called CARES Housing Assistance Program or CHAP. The new site was built to provide assistance trough the CARES Act funding. $30 million have been awarded to this fund, plus an additional $20 million from the State. The procedure is simple: go to https://chap.clarkcountynv.gov/ and follow the procedure from the pop up windows. Applicants must be Clark County residents and will answer questions to determine eligibility:
- Applicants must meet a certain income level based on their household size and provide documented proof of their financial hardship due to COVID-19
- Once complete – Payments are made directly to landlord/mortgage company or utility company
- Recipients of housing vouchers such as Section 8 are not eligible for CHAP assistance.
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