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Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC) is part of the nation’s leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership by providing no-cost home repairs and modifications to income-qualified homeowners in Dutchess County.
Our 2022 Rebuilding Day home repair application cycle runs from May 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021. Applications received during this time will be considered for service in 2022. This program focuses on critical repairs necessary to maintain a safe and healthy living environment, including, but not limited to: major accessibility modifications; plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical system repairs; stair, roof, porch and other critical structural repairs.
By making some basic adjustments, or completing large-scale deferred maintenance repairs, RTDC can help homeowners stay within their homes for as long as they wish.
Our 2022 Rebuilding Day program application is available here on our website. You can also access all of our program applications on our website at, www.rtdutchess.org, including our Handyman and Home Safety & Fire Prevention programs which both accept applications year-round.
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Emergency Rental, Utility Assistance Available for County Renters Affected by COVID-19
Dutchess County, NY sent this bulletin at 06/03/2021 04:02 PM EDT
State program seeks to keep residents in housing amid pandemic
Poughkeepsie, NY … The Dutchess County Department of Community and Family Services (DCFS) encourages low- and moderate-income County residents having difficulty paying rent or utility bills as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to seek assistance through the New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).
The state’s ERAP assists households that have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19, are behind on their rent and at risk of homelessness or housing instability. In addition, the program can provide temporary rental assistance and assistance with unpaid utility bills.
DCFS Commissioner Sabrina Jaar-Marzouka said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so many of our most vulnerable residents, but assistance remains accessible to help keep residents in need stay in their homes. We urge those who seek assistance to take advantage of all available options to shore up their housing stability.”
Residents must meet all the following criteria to be eligible for the ERAP:
- Household gross income at or below 80 percent of area median income, which varies by county
and household size;
- A member of the household has received unemployment benefits or experienced a reduction in
income, incurred significant costs or experienced financial hardship, directly or indirectly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic; and
- The applicant owes past-due rent at their current residence.
ERAP assistance can pay up to 12 months of past-due rent, and, for some households, up to three months for future rent. The program can also pay for up to 12 months of overdue electric or gas bills. Payments will always be issued directly to the landlord or utility provider
Additional information about the ERAP is available on the DCFS webpage, the state’s website, or by calling (844) 691-7368. An application is available online – applicants are urged to use Google Chrome to access the application for best connection – and landlords are encouraged to assist their eligible tenants in applying for ERAP assistance.
The County has selected two local community organizations to facilitate local applicants, including those who experience difficulty connecting to the state’s website:
Community Action Partnership for Dutchess County
Phone: (845) 452-5104
- Tenants dial extension 123 or email email@example.com
- Landlords dial extension 132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hudson River Housing
Phone: (845) 337-4407, extension 102
Applicants with connectivity issues can also call (844) 691-7368 create a ticket for a New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance housing case specialist to correspond with them. Hearing impaired residents can utilize TTY services by calling 1-(833)-843-8829.
There are no immigration status requirements to qualify for the ERAP. Applicants must sign an application form and associated certifications, agreeing that the information provided in the application is accurate.
In April, County Executive Marc Molinaro and City of Poughkeepsie Mayor Rob Rolison announced $1.1 million in emergency rental and utility relief was available for income-eligible households adversely affected by the pandemic.