ABOUT THE COVID-19 RENTAL HOUSING SUPPORT INITIATIVE

Sponsored by
Industry organizations
 came together to build a series of solutions in key support areas to help our industry survive and thrive through the pandemic and beyond.

SUPPORT AREAS

A variety of resources will be released under each area of support as they become available in early 2021.
Education to Legislature
Liability
Mental Health
Industry Facts

Education to Legislature

It is essential for the viability of the rental housing industry that legislators understand how their decisions affect the industry itself. 

A coming 

resource library
 will provide data in the form of videos and other formats for our country’s decision-makers to quickly digest the importance of more support for rental assistance and foregoing any extension of the eviction moratorium. 
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Education to Legislature
Liability
Mental Health
Industry Facts

Liability

During and after the pandemic, property owners and operators must keep up with new guidelines and ongoing legislation.

The 

resource library
 will help them manage the biggest challenges being faced right now including business continuity, maintenance, and reopening. 
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Education to Legislature
Liability
Mental Health
Industry Facts

Mental Health

A focus on mental health is as vital as physical health, especially in times of crises.

The 

resource library
 provides constituents with information and tools to address challenges around isolation, resiliency, anxiety, and financial stress.
For free, confidential, 24/7 treatment referral and information, call 
1-800-662-HELP (4357).
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Education to Legislature
Liability
Mental Health
Industry Facts

Industry Facts

The pandemic has created a time of deep uncertainty and counterfactual narratives, and the industry has stepped up to correct the record. It is essential that our members, supporters and partners get that word out. These social media tools are intended for industry stakeholders to be able to easily and efficiently push key stories, facts and figures to their core audiences.

These tools provide realities that 

debunk common myths
 and amplify the positive and inventive ways everyday rental housing industry workers, owners and operators are making their communities a better place for all.
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PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS

These four rental housing organizations combined their collective resources in this effort: