Half of COVID Relief Aid to Prevent Homelessness Goes Unused in New Jersey

Posted August 19th, 2022

Less than half of New Jersey families who secured two types of coveted COVID-19 assistance have been able to actually use them. Landlord discrimination or misunderstanding, unbending bureaucracy and skyrocketing rent prices are among the reasons these vital programs aren’t working as well as intended, housing administrators say. Find out about the barriers renters experience when trying to use relief money.

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