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Use of Funding

Due to the direct impacts of COVID-19 illness, exposure, quarantine and caregiving – as well as the significant negative impact of the pandemic on the economy – tens of thousands of households in Pima County are at risk of eviction. Access to rental and utility assistance helps keep people in their homes.

Program Specific Funding Detail

The table below displays programs funded by both the American Rescue Plan Act Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (ARPA CSLFRF), and Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Coronavirus Relief Fund (CARES CRF).

The table below can be filtered alphabetically, from A-Z , in the left and middle columns or numerically, highest to lowest, in the right column. To do this click the column title that you want to filter.

Community Impact

Tens of thousands Pima County residents have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic causing layoffs, business closures and other losses of income. This is coming at the same time as a housing market shortage with prices increasing across the board. Pima County identified this problem and quickly stood up additional eviction prevention and utility assistance as appropriated by federal funding guidance. See below for local impacts of these funds being rolled out to stabilize households.

The Emergency Eviction and Legal Services Team program run by the Pima County Community Workforce Development Department has engaged with 115 cases since beginning in 2021. A breakdown of the case results are seen below. More information can be found on their website