Fredrick Love
Community Services Director
Office: 501-340-3376

Maria Beard
Director of Housing Administration
Office: 501-340-5608
Cell: 501-626- 0273

Cindy Harvey
Director of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Office: 501-340-3478
Cell: 501-541-8582

Are you unable to pay your rent or utilities due to COVID-19?

If you are unable to pay your rent or utilities due to COVID-19, the Pulaski County Emergency Rental Assistance Program (PCERA) may be able to help. PCERA is a government-funded assistance program designed to help keep Pulaski Co. families and individuals housed in the wake of the historic economic recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Qualification Criteria

  • A renter of residence Pulaski County;
  • Member of a household that was financially impacted by COVID-19;
  • Member of a household that is at risk of homelessness or housing instability; AND
  • Gross income at or under 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) Guidelines

NOTE: Priority is given to households at or below 50% of the AMI guidelines, households that are unemployed and have been for 90 days prior to application, and/or households with an eviction notice.

Fiscal Year 2020 80% Low-Income Limit (LIL)
1 person2 person3 person4 person5 person6 person7 person8 person
$40,450$45,800$51,500$57,200$61,800$66,400$70,950$75,550

Application Process

To apply for rental or utility assistance, please visit pulaskicounty.net. The application process will take approximately 15–20 minutes. Please note, applicants are asked to gather their household, income, landlord, and utility information (including account numbers) PRIOR to starting the application online.

Applications are being accepted beginning April 5, 2021. Applications will be accepted as long as funding is available.