Tennessee will be allocated roughly $458 million from the federal government for COVID-19 Rent Relief. The TN Housing Development Agency will administer the funds.
TDHA is working now to develop a web portal for applicants, establish a call center for application assistance, and prepare an adequate number of staff to review and process thousands of payments to landlords and utility providers. They expect to be operating a program within the next seven weeks.
Potentially eligible residents should visit www.thda.org, to sign up to be notified when the program is available to take their applications for rent relief or they can go directly to the page below.
COVID MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL A DNA NON-MEDICAL RESPONDERS NEEDED The Tennessee Medical Reserve Corps is seeking workers (medical and non-medical) who have been furloughed and are seeking employment. Responders do not need to have a medical background. Tennessee is calling on all people who may be out of work due to business closures (such as stores and restaurants). To register today, click on one of the buttons below to sign up for the Tennessee Medical Reserve Corps COVID-19 response. Lightbridge Academy photo child looking through magnifying glass