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When it comes to tenant/landlord relationships in COVID-times, things can get especially confusing and stressful. The Eviction Resolution Pilot Program (ERPP) was designed late last year to help bridge this communication gap and help landlords and tenants try to work things out together. It's confidential, and it's free. Watch the video below and contact one of your local Dispute Resolution Centers today to learn more.


Leslie Ann Grove, Executive Director, Northwest Mediation Center 


Gayle Cooper, Associate Director, Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic 


Landlord Public Education & Resource Slides

Tenant Public Education & Resource Slides

URental Assistance Information and Updates

Each rental assistance organization has different eligibility requirements. Check each organization's criteria before applying. 

The Carl Maxey Center

The Carl Maxey Center has partnered with the City of Spokane and Better Health Together to provide emergency rent, mortgage & utility assistance to address the disproportionate hardships faced by African Americans and people of color due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Family Promise

When someone is in crisis,
the last thing they need is confusion on where to find help.
Family Promise of Spokane has created the solution.
The Housing Assistance Portal connects applicants in need with the housing resources they qualify for, all in one, easy-to-use location.


If your household is located within City boundaries. This program is intended for those who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Funds are available for past due, current due, future rent and utilities.


Also know as Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners. For those in Spokane County (outside the city), 80% AMI, and facing eviction, learn more  and see status updates below.

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