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FREDERICK COUNTY COVID-19 EMERGENCY RECOVERY Rental Assistance - Frederick County Executive Jan Garner today announced a significant expansion to the County's COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program.  The expanded program is made possible through a partnership with the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs.  Applications are now being accepted.  To apply online, visit www.rcehn.org/covid-emergency-rental-assistance.  Those without access to the internet may call 1-800-220-9528.  Questions about the program should be emailed to COVIDhelp@rcehn.org.

COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance - Frederick County residents who are behind in their rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.  The program is a partnership between Frederick County, the City of Frederick, and the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs.  Please see this flyer for information regarding the eligibility and application requirements, coordinated through the Religious Coalition.  VIEW THE EVICTION PREVENTION VIDEO(S): Spanish Version / English Version.  For more information go to the Religious Coalition

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With concern for the health and safety of Frederick County citizens, the Department of Housing and Community Development has suspended all in-office appointments.  However, staff will remain available to assist you by phone or email.  To contact the staff member best suited to help you, please follow this link:  
DHCD Staff Directory.

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The mission of the Frederick County Department of Housing and Community Development is to assist in the provision of affordable housing for Frederick County residents with an emphasis on special needs populations, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and low to moderate income workforce households.