Cobb COVID Assistance Center
NEW! Cobb's Board of Commissioners recently expanded the use of federal CARES funding to assist renters and homeowners who were negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
DOWNLOAD the flyer below for the new resources now available to Cobb residents.
Cobb County has used federal CARES funding and partnered with other organizations to help people who have been negatively impacted by the COVID19 pandemic. This includes apartment renters, those renting single-family homes, condos, attached homes AND those who are homeowners behind in mortgage payments. Details on THREE programs are below.
EVICTION / RENTAL ASSISTANCE
Cobb County has partnered with Star-C to help people impacted by COVID19 avoid evictions in affordable/workforce apartment communities. Visit www.star-c.org/eviction-relief for more information or call 404-698-3781.
See below under "Partner Organizations" for other groups that can offer assistance.
RENTAL ASSISTANCE II
In an effort to aid renters adversely affected by COVID-19, qualified renters who currently reside in single-family homes, condos, attached homes, and apartments in Cobb County can now apply for up $4,800 to help pay their rent.
The funding comes from the $132 million allocated to the county in the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and will be administered by HomeFree-USA, a certified HUD-approved non-profit in housing.
Please visit cobbhomesaver.org/renters/ for information on who is eligible and how to apply.
Cobb Commissioners approved more than $5 million in CARES assistance to help homeowner's facing foreclosure due to COVID19 circumstances.
Visit cobbhomesaver.org/homeowners/ for details on the program and how to apply for assistance.
COBB COMMUNITY CONNECTION
A one-stop listing of resources for people needing assistance in the pandemic. This searchable, mappable repository can direct you to a place where you can find help, volunteer, or give.
SMALL BUSINESS / NON-PROFIT GRANTS
Cobb County has used CARES funding and partnered with Select Cobb to provide grants to small businesses and non-profit organizations impacted by the pandemic. The small business grant program has closed, but the not-for-profit application process continues. Visit selectcobb.com for more information on this program.
Cobb County partners with many community organizations to help people who need assistance.
|Catholic Charities Atlanta||404-920-7725|
|The Center for Family Resources||770-428-2601|
|Cobb Senior Services||770-528-5364|
|Communities in Schools||678-503-0901|
|Family Life Restoration||770-944-1066|
|Habitat for Humanity (DPA only)||770-432-7954|
|Latin American Association||404-638-1800|
|Providence Community Baptist Church||770-427-3565|
|Traveler's Aid of Metro Atlanta||770-428-1883|
|Zion Baptist Church||770-427-8749|
The Cobb Collaborative also has a long list of organizations that can provide assistance during the pandemic.
Go to their website for the list with contact information
Ross Cavitt | Cobb County Communications | [email protected]