Riverside County, Lift to Rise and Inland SoCal United Way announce applications for next round of United Lift Rental Assistance

RIVERSIDE COUNTY – The economic fallout brought on by COVID-19 continues to negatively impact communities through Riverside County. In response, United Lift, a joint effort by Lift to Rise, Inland SoCal United Way and Riverside County, announced that new rental assistance resources will soon become available to keep Riverside County families housed.The county Board of Supervisors in February voted to approve $57,267,219 in emergency rental assistance program funding from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Combined with previous funding rounds from the CARES Act, Community Development Block Grant funds and other sources, United Lift totals more than $90 million.The program is one of the largest per capita allocations of direct rental assistance in the country and one of a handfu
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