Cobb and Douglas Public Health is helping Cobb residents stay up to date on the COVID-19 situation in the county. The Cobb Board of Commissioners approved $6 million in emergency funding to provide rent and mortgage relief grants for county residents affected by COVID-19… The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has developed the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP), offering rental assistance to low-income renters who are in arrears. Cobb County commissioners approved the allocation of $2 million to three area nonprofits to help with ongoing rental assistance needs. Today's summary includes: No new vaccination appointments are being made. COVID-19 relief assistance available to Clayton County residents ... to Clayton County residents for help with eviction prevention and rental assistance. Cobb County Commissioners appropriated $14,278,000 in CARES Act funding to help with rental assistance and mortgage holders facing difficulties during the pandemic. The supply only allows currently scheduled first doses and second doses; The case rate continues to fall and hospitalizations are decreasing. "These are grants, F-R-E-E, free money," said Ernest Davis with Cobb Homesaver. COVID-19 Community Resources below are a collaboration of the Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Georgia Emergency Management Assistance (GEMA), Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), and Department of Public Health (DPH).. Click on any of the links and buttons below to access these resources.. National Suicide Helpline 1-800-273-8255 The Cobb County Homesaver Program for Renters provides up to $4,800 in assistance to people who live in single family homes, condos, attached homes, and apartment. Financial assistance will be based on income and household size as tenants must earn 80% of the Median Family Income (MFI) or below to qualify. Rental assistance is available for Cobb County renters affected by Covid-19 after March 1st 2020, based on the renter’s circumstances and who meet the income limit … ... Rock' Johnson's Cobb County … Kara McIntyre , Patch … Cobb County has $6 million to give to people who can't pay their rent or mortgage because of COVID-19. $4.8M to help Cobb residents affected by COVID-19 keep homes. Cobb County Government November 18, 2020 We’re so appreciative of all the thank you notes we’ve received about the Cobb Home Saver Program, which has helped hundreds of families who can't pay their mortgage or rent due to hardship from COVID-19.