Mortgage and Housing Assistance During the National Coronavirus Emergency

Get mortgage help if you are struggling financially.

If you are a tenant living in subsidized housing, or renting to a landlord who has a mortgage backed by the Federal government or a Federally sponsored company (GSE), the CARES Act provides you with a suspension or moratorium on "evictions" or evictions.

CARES Act Mortgage Forbearance

Housing Advisors

Housing counselors approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) can advise you on your options if you are having difficulty paying your mortgage, or handling your reverse mortgage, or paying your rent.

Find a Housing Counselor

Tenant protections

If you are a tenant living in subsidized housing or renting to a landlord who has a mortgage backed by the Federal government or a Federally sponsored company (GSE), the CARES Act provides you with a suspension or moratorium on "evictions" or evictions.

Find Out What This Means for You and What You Can Do

Therapeutic distribution sites

Find locations that have received shipments of monoclonal antibody therapies under Food and Drug Administration emergency use authorization. Monoclonal antibody treatments Bamlanivimab (manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company) and Casirivimab / Imdevimab therapeutic cocktail (manufactured by Regeneron) are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system's ability to fight harmful pathogens such as viruses. Monoclonal antibody treatments are given to help treat COVID-19 patients.

EFind Treatment In Your Community

Pandemics can be stressful

Fear and anxiety about a new illness and what might happen can be overwhelming and generate strong emotions in adults and children.

Coping with Stress

How do you feel?

We are often asked this, and we say “okay”, but we've been through tough times lately, and our emotions can be complicated. You may be sad, worried, or stressed.

Find Out the Reason and Get the Help You Need

FEMA: Vaccine Support

FEMA has launched a Vaccine Support page to keep the public informed the agency’s support of the White House COVID-19 Response Plan and information on how to get vaccinated.

Vaccine Support

FEMA: COVID-19 Funeral Assistance

FEMA will provide financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses incurred after January 20, 2020.

Funeral Assistance

Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services: COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

As COVID-19 vaccines continue rolling out across the country, CMS is taking action to protect the health and safety of our nation’s patients and providers and keeping you updated on the latest COVID-19 resources from HHS, CDC and CMS.

Partner Resources The HHS COVID-19 Public Education Campaign COVID-19 Vaccine Policies & Guidance

US Government Websites with Information on COVID-19

Visit these websites for the most up-to-date information on the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Read the rules for reopening the United States. Read here.
  • Visit the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) website for updates on the economic stimulus payment. Read here.
  • Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for official medical information on the coronavirus (COVID-19). Read here.
  • Visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) website to answer the myths and rumors about the coronavirus. Read here.
  • Find answers to frequently asked questions about coronavirus. Read here.

What is the federal government doing in response to COVID-19?

Health and security

  • The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) offers program information for families, children and communities. Read here.
  • The Administration for Community Living (ACL) offers information for older adults and people with disabilities. Read here.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has information on disinfectants that can kill COVID-19 and drinking water safety. Read here.
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has guidance for Medicare beneficiaries and Medicare providers. Read here.
  • The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) offers home safety tips. Read here.
  • The Corporation for National and Community Service issued guidance for volunteers and programs. Read here.
  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) alerts on the rise in child abuse due to school closings and offers advice on what to do to protect children and report abuse. Read here.
  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture (DOA) has answered questions about food safety and pets. Read here.
  • The Department of Labor (DOL) has information for employers and workers on preparing workplaces and responding to COVID-19 in the workplace. Read here.

Businesses and companies

  • The Federal Small Business Development Agency (SBA) has guidance for businesses and offers low-interest Economic Loss Loans or "EIDL" loans to businesses and organizations without profit affected by COVID-19. Read here.
  • The Farm Credit Administration urges lenders to work with borrowers affected by COVID-19. Read here.
  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission protects workers against employment discrimination. Leer aquí.
  • The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is working with regulated financial institutions to help them meet their clients’ needs. Leer aquí.
  • The Treasury Department is supporting American workers and businesses. Leer aquí.


  • The Social Security Administration (SSA) answers questions about Social Security benefits and office closings. Read here.

Money and taxes

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFBP) has tips for coping with the personal financial impact of the coronavirus. Read here.
  • The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers tips for deducting COVID-19 costs from your taxes. Read here.