One other $ 7 million for folks in Pittsburgh with housing shortages after COVID-19 – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The City of Pittsburgh has raised more funding to support those struggling to earn rent and utilities due to COVID-19.

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Another $ 7 million has been made available for the emergency aid program for rentals, the city said on Monday.

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The city of Pittsburgh received $ 8.9 million in funds from the Consolidated Appropriations Act in February and founded the joint program with Allegheny County.

Support from these funds is eligible for people within a certain income bracket and can last up to 12 months, with an additional three months if necessary.

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Individuals who think they would benefit from this program can find the link to apply here.

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