Due to COVID-19 our office hours have been adjusted. Please call for an appointment. The Community Prevention and Intervention Unit of the Department of Healthcare Sciences is involved in a wide spectrum of activities to help prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
The CPIU is staffed by more than 35 professionals involved in a wide spectrum of activities to help at risk individuals and HIV/AIDS community-based organizations and health departments across the country prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV. As stated in its Mission Statement, the CPIU staff specializes in partnering with communities to develop and implement effective progr
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Topic: Where Do We Go From Here: The New Presidential Administration and the SGL Community
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Earl D. Fowlkes
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DALLAS RENTAL ASSISTANCE COLLABORATIVE
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the daily lives of all City of Dallas residents, especially those who have no financial safety net. Dallas residents are experiencing an unemployment rate as high as 15 percent. Families who have not had to ask for short-term, emergency assistance for rent, mortgage, utility, or food assistance are seeking support from nonprofit organizations that are trusted within their community. The Dallas Rental Assistance Collaborative (DRAC) is our collective solution.
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IN NEED OF RENTAL ASSISTANCE?
These DRAC partner organizations are here to lend a hand. In order to qualify Dallas residents must meet the following criteria:
Make less than 80% of the Dallas-area median household income ($48,300/individual)
NOT have received CARES Act housing assistance from another collaborative, agency partner, city or county
NOT be currently on a voucher program, living in HUD or living in a relative’s home
Additionally, applicants must provide documentation of the impact of COVID-19 to their circumstance, including but not limited to the following:
Proof of job/income loss, temporary or permanent
Reduction in work hours/income
Increased healthcare and household expenses that attributed to insufficient funds for housing
Each of the Dallas Rental Assistance Collaborative partners have links to their requirements and pre-screen applications below. Once you find the best fit, only apply to one, as duplications will not be accepted.
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Applications are being processed on a first come, first serve basis. While we are committed to processing as many applications as we have funding for, there is a high demand so please be patient. Completing the application is not a guarantee that a resident will receive a call for the next stage. Please review all information before applying.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need to have a Photo ID to apply?
Yes. You must provide some type of formal photo ID. It does not have to be a Texas Driver’s License. Other types of IDs with your name and photo will be accepted, such as passport, any government issued ID, school ID, library card if it has your photo, etc.
What documents will I need to supply?
Copies of the following documentation will be requested:
Proof of income, if any (unemployment benefits, check stubs, TANF, etc.)
Proof of occupancy for all household members
A copy of your current lease and a late or eviction notice(s) or proof of circumstance
Are non-citizens who do not have all the eligibility documentation listed above able to apply for the COVID-19 emergency rental or mortgage assistance programs?
Yes, undocumented individuals who may not possess a US/Texas ID are still eligible to apply through any of the partners applications.
Do I get the money directly?
No, the money is paid directly to the landlord for rental assistance or to the utility provider. Your landlord/utility provider must be willing to accept payment from any of the nonprofit partners on your behalf.
Will I have to pay the money back in the future?
No. The assistance is in the form of a grant, not a loan.
Where do I apply?
All nonprofit partners have links to their requirements and pre-screen applications in the section above. Only apply to one as duplications will not be accepted.
I am a landlord or utility provider, how do I get paid?
You will be contacted by staff at the email or phone number the client provided with next steps once your tenant or utility client is approved for this grant. Payment will be processed within 2-3 weeks.
A NEW COLLECTIVE SOLUTION
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas’ Housing and Homelessness Initiative provides a continuum of services to not only increase and maintain affordable housing options but also prevent evictions, build financial stability and break the cycle of homelessness.
Populations who have historically experienced difficulty in accessing mainstream resources or who have heavily relied on family or friends for support, such as Spanish-speaking, immigrant, and refugee families are at an increased risk of losing their homes during this time. To streamline assistance to families across the city, United Way created this innovative solution, the Dallas Rental Assistance Collaborative. Together, these partner organizations are providing rental and utilities assistance to ensure stability in housing and prevent homelessness due to loss of income resulting from COVID-19.
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Rent assistance available to qualified residents financially impacted by COVID-19! Are you behind on rent due to COVID-19? We've designated Dallas Housing Authority to distribute more than $4 million in federal CARES Act rent relief funds.
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The Community Prevention and Intervention Unit of the Department of Healthcare Sciences is involved in a wide spectrum of activities to help prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
The CPIU is staffed by more than 20 professionals involved in a wide spectrum of activities to help at risk individuals and HIV/AIDS community-based organizations and health departments across the country prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV.
As stated in its Mission Statement, the CPIU staff specializes in partnering with communities to develop and implement effective programs to prevent disease and promote health.
HIV Testing & Risk Reduction Counseling Programs
CPIU staff members provide counseling and HIV testing at a wide variety of community locations, especially drug treatment centers, half-way houses, the county jail, and other community locations, to people at high risk for infection. Individual and small group sessions are available to help people change behaviors that could transmit or cause them to acquire HIV or other STDs.
CPIU collaborates with many local agencies and organizations in efforts to serve at-risk populations in multiple settings, such as individuals within substance use/abuse clinics, homeless shelters, incarcerated/recently released facilities, community college campuses, and monolingual/bilingual populations.
HIV Prevention Toolbox
As part of its education program, CPIU provides an HIV Prevention Toolbox, which includes informational resources for Community-Based Organizations and “frontline personnel” involved in preventing the spread of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.
HIV Epidemiology Research and Behavioral Studes (HERBS)
The CPIU participates in research and surveillance projects that help measure the HIV epidemic and support the evaluation of HIV prevention activities. HERBS staff provide training and technical assistance that help health departments across Texas participate in two HIV disease-reporting efforts that collect data on recent infections and treatment-resistant infections. The staff also conducts patient interviews and medical record abstractions as part of the Medical Monitoring Project.
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A "Chain of Hope" for people impacted by HIV.
A non-profit organization that produces engaging events to provide financial support for organizations that serve those affected by HIV/AIDS.
The Wellness Roundtable is an opportunity to explore effective ways to improve our community and quality of life for people impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Prism Health North Texas is the largest local nonprofit HIV/AIDS service organization in North Texas. Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm. Closed for lunch 12-1pm. 214-521-5191.
Sonya's House is a 501c3 transitioning house for individuals living with AIDS/HIV.