Client was in a relationship that caused her to be a victim to domestic violence, she had obtained housing for her and her son but shortly after, lost her job due to COVID-19. She applied for Rental and Utility Assistance with the HUB CDC due to and had a scheduled date to be out of the home. Client owed a substantial amount in past due rent. She was served an Eviction notice from the sheriff and only had a short amount of time to resolve the rent issue. After reviewing the application and it was determined that Client qualified for the program and was eventually approved for assistance. The HUB CDC worked with the Court to stop the eviction and was able to pay the full amount to prevent this family from becoming homeless.
Client informed us that she really appreciates the assistance offered by the HUB CDC and she will forever be grateful. Upon receiving assistance from the HUB CDC, Client was offered a job where she states will help her be able to pay her rent because she does not want to be in this situation again, it was very stressful, and she would not wish this on anyone. If it had not been for agencies like the HUB CDC, many people would be homeless and without any place to live.