DEKALB COUNTY, GA – DeKalb County announced it has re-opened the county’s program to provide relief to tenants and landlords affected by the pandemic.
To date, the DeKalb Tenant-Landlord Assistance Coalition (TLAC) has distributed $52.8 million for rent and utilities to almost 4,900 DeKalb families.
With the support of the Board of Commissioners and in partnership with DeKalb County Clerk of State and Magistrate Courts, DeKalb Magistrate Court, Atlanta Legal Aid, DeKalb Dispute Resolution Center and the DeKalb Housing Authority, TLAC is designed to provide financial relief to DeKalb renters threatened by eviction and landlords facing revenue losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information about the DeKalb Tenant-Landlord Assistance Coalition program, visit www.dekalbcountyga.gov/renthelp, or call 404-371-3201.
Those needing rental assistance may also apply to the Georgia Rental Assistance Program, administered by the Department of Community Affairs, at www.georgiarentalassistance.ga.gov, or call 833-827-7368.