CSC receives emergency relief funds to distribute to qualified renters

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From the Corvallis Gazette-Times:

Community Services Consortium last week received over $500,000 of state funding to use as emergency housing assistance for residents of Benton, Linn and Lincoln counties.


Also covered in the Newport News Times:

A community action agency committed to ending poverty and improving lives, CSC serves over 75,000 people a year. With offices in Albany, Corvallis and Newport, services include energy and utility assistance, access to training and education and providing food and housing.


Also covered in the Albany Democrat-Herald:

The intent of Rental Relief funds is to help renters pay for past-due rent owed, the CSC said in a statement released this week. To qualify for funds, applicants must have lost a job or have reduced income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.


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