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Facing Eviction? Get Help!

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Find out about rent assistance and other help for tenants in Washington State.

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Some eviction protections will continue past June 30th.  Although the eviction moratorium is ending, the Governor is delaying evictions for unpaid rent a bit longer. 

 

Use this extra time to apply for rent assistance! More than $650 million is available. Rent assistance is meant to help everyone, no matter what your citizenship or immigration status. Applying for rent assistance will not harm any immigration application you file.

 

If you cannot pay all your rent, your landlord should offer a reasonable payment plan. To learn more and see sample plans, see Coronavirus (COVID-19): Can my landlord evict me now?

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Can my landlord evict me now? can give you detailed information about the Governor’s latest proclamation and what protections are available for tenants.

 

Last Review and Update: Jul 19, 2021