You should report the job loss or reduction in hours to FWHS. You may do so by using this simple, online form: https://www.fwhs.org/income-reduction-notification-covid-19/
By federal law, there will be no evictions for non-payment of rent through July 25, 2020. This temporary moratorium on evictions for non-payment of rent is part of the relief bill that Congress passed and the president signed into law. No late fees or penalties will be charged during this time period.
Rent will still accumulate during the moratorium and tenants will be responsible for paying it or signing a repayment plan when the moratorium ends. If the amount owed is not repaid, the family’s assistance may be terminated and a legal action to evict may proceed. During the moratorium, fees in relation to nonpayment of rent cannot be charged and cannot accrue. There should be no charges/fees, or accrual of charges/fees, for rent due the first of the month in April, May, June and July 2020.
Tenants can still be evicted if they pose an imminent threat of physical harm to the landlord, their employees or other tenants, or if a tenant is engaged in criminal activity.
The effective date of the change in your rent portion will be the month after you report the change. It probably will take us longer than usual to process the action because of our modified work schedule.