Covid-19 Pandemic Response Resources
HUD and the Office of Multifamily Housing Programs has created a helpful brochure regarding tenant rent obligations during the Covid-19 pandemic response here.
Capital Area Housing Partnership has created a helpful resource guide for individuals looking for assistance with their housing during these trying times: https://www.capitalareahousing.org/covid-19-housing-guide
The Neighborhood Impact Program (NIP) is a grant of up to $7,500 to assist qualified homeowners with deferred maintenance repairs. https://hs-mm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NIP-Handout-document-3.pdf
The IRS will continue to provide updated information regarding filing taxes and receiving the economic impact payment during the covid-19 response here: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments
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Clinton County is having a very important conversation on a topic many aren’t talking about: Homelessness. Although many county residents may not be aware, homelessness is happening right in our backyard. A representative from a local non-profit organization, Housing Services Mid Michigan, reports having served 97 total homeless clients in Clinton County over the last…Read More
The mission of Housing Services Mid Michigan is to assist low to moderate income individuals and families fulfill their need for affordable, safe, and sanitary housing through participation in federal, state, and local programs and services. Through the coordination of these programs and local providers, Housing Services Mid Michigan will strive to provide a “continuum of care” approach to better serve the diverse needs of program participants and encourage their economic self-sufficiency.