Eviction Prevention Information

Ward 3 Council Member Paul Durham wants you to stay safe and avoid eviction.

Even though Governor Ducey has postponed evictions, there are steps that must be taken to avoid eviction.

If you or someone you know is behind on their rent, make sure they follow these steps. 

  • Notify the landlord that you will be late on rent
  • Keep documents that show your loss of income is due to COVID-19 such as a letter from your employer, doctor or proof that you have filed for unemployment
  • Ask your landlord if they will work with you on rent forgiveness or a payment plan, get this agreement in writing

Avoid a future eviction once the moratorium is lifted on July 22, 2020

Call the Ward 3 office for additional assistance at 520-791-4711.

Anti-Eviction Resources:

Access immediate Rental Eviction Prevention Assistance (made available by the Arizona Legislature)

Ongoing Local Rental/Utility Assistance:

Interfaith Community Services
(520) 297-6049
ICS assists individuals and families with Emergency Financial Aid for housing, utilities, medications and other living necessities, along with short-term case management.

Catholic Community Services – Pio Decimo Center
(520) 622-2801 x 7115
Toll Free: 1-855-622-2801
Services to prevent homelessness

The Tucson Salvation Army Family Services
(520) 792-1111
Apply for financial assistance for rent and utilities.

(520) 628-7223
SAAF provides emergency assistance that provides short term financial assistance to help pay rent, mortgage, and utility bills.

Primavera Foundation
(520) 395-6420 
Primavera Foundation Rental assistance is a program that can help you stay housed by assisting you with rent at a time of hardship.