COVID-19 & Your Housing
Has your housing been impacted by COVID-19? Share your experiences to help strengthen advocacy for more safe, stable, affordable housing. What you share will be used anonymously to help shape housing policy and craft relief packages that meet the needs of those most directly impacted by COVID-19 in our community. Help us amplify your stories, voices, and concerns. Please take a moment to share your housing experiences.
Have you experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19?
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If yes, please describe the circumstance (furloughed/laid off, hours cut, place of employment closed, health issues):
Are you currently able to pay your rent, mortgage and utility bills?
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Do you anticipate difficulty paying your rent, mortgage or utility bills over the next few months?
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Are you able to secure the food and supplies you need?
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How are you securing the food and supplies you need?
Do you have access to technology (internet/wifi, smartphone, computer) at home?
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Is there anything else you would like to share about how the COVID-19 crisis has affected your housing, or that of your friends, family or neighbors?
What, if anything, are you worried about for the future?
Do you have any recommendations for how local government or organizations can best assist you, your family, friends, or neighbors during this time?
What town/city do you live in? Your response will help determine if residents of certain areas are being impacted differently by the virus than others.
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Optional: provide your name, email or phone number so we can contact you about future opportunities to be involved.
Stay Connected to Support
Learn more about Hudson River Housing's Emergency Response Fund and apply for assistance by visiting https://hudsonriverhousing.org/covid-19-response/#emergency-response-fund or calling 845-337-4407 ext 105.
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