Progress Residential is committed to helping our residents stay in their homes.

To date, Progress has…

  • Helped thousands of residents secure more than $111 million in rental assistance and other forms of financial assistance.
  • Provided over 47,000 payment plans to residents facing financial challenges. 
  • Created a dedicated team focused on assisting residents with securing rental assistance funds.
  • Declined to report adverse payment history to credit bureaus.
  • Partnered with Esusu to provide positive rent reporting to credit bureaus to help residents build their credit and improve their financial wellness.


If you’re falling behind on your rent payments due to the pandemic, we’re here to help. There are numerous federal, state, local, and third-party programs available that can provide financial assistance and additional support to you. These programs have already helped more than 2,000 Progress households.

We’ve compiled a list of many of those resources on this page and do our best to keep it updated regularly. While we’re unable determine whether you’ll qualify for any of the programs, we strongly encourage you to apply and we want to help you stay current on your rent.

Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss payment options. Again, in this time of uncertainty, we are here to help you stay in your Progress home.

Please note: This is not a complete list and Progress Residential does not endorse these organizations. Programs may be subject to change at any time without notice. There may also be local resources available to you that are not listed here. For questions regarding these programs, please contact the specific organization directly.

Government Benefits

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
State and local organizations are distributing federal rental assistance in their communities.

Recently unemployed residents should visit the Department of Labor website to see what benefits they may be eligible for

Disability, Workers Comp & Family Leave
Residents may be able to apply for wage replacement if they become ill with COVID-19 or are caring for a sick family member.

For information on federal disability, please check with the Social Security Administration -
Disability Laws vary from state to state, so please check your state for more information as well.

Disaster relief
Residents can check their eligibility for Disaster Unemployment Assistance

State Social Services
For a comprehensive list of local resources that may be available to you, please visit

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) may be able to provide more information and guidance on applying for assistance

Small Businesses
If you own a small business and are impacted by COVID-19, you may be able to received assistance through the U.S. Small Business Administration

State and Local Resources

Many of the states in which we operate have rent assistance programs or funding to help residents in need.

Quick Links:




Maricopa County 
Arizona Department of Housing – Eviction Prevention Assistance
City of Glendale
City of Peoria
City of Phoenix
City of Tempe
City of Tolleson

Tempe Community Action Agency

Pinal County
Pinal County

Tucson Area

City of Tucson
Pima County




Daytona Beach

Jacksonville Area
Northeast Florida Community Action Agency
United Way
The Salvation Army

Miami Area
Broward County
Palm Beach County Community Services

Orlando Area
Orange County Eviction Diversion Program
Seminole County Community Services Department

Sarasota Area
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice
Manatee Cares
Salvation Army
Sarasota County
St Vincent De Paul Naples

Tampa Area
Catholic Charities
Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Ministries


Atlanta Area
Cobb County Homesavers
Fulton County
Midtown Assistance Center
NAACP DeKalb County
Partnership for Community Action
United Way

Savannah Area
The City of Savannah and Chatham County CARES

Additional Resources
The following organizations in Atlanta, Decatur, and DeKalb County may be offering assistance with rent, rental deposits, and food: St. Vincent de Paul GeorgiaDecatur Emergency Assistance MinistryDecatur Cooperative MinistryHope Atlanta




City of Indianapolis
Family Promise of Hendricks County
Idiana Housing and Community Development Authority






Desoto Area
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice, Inc.
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Kansas City

St. Louis


Nevada Housing Division

Clark County
CHAP Program
City of Las Vegas
Nevada 211


Catholic Charities
Greater Bergen Community Action
God Squad Inc.
Jewish Family Service of Atlantic and Cape May Counties


Charlotte Area
Cabarrus County Resources
COVID-19 Mortgage and Rent Relief
Mecklenburg County
Crisis Assistance Ministry
Rent Assistance in Gastonia
Union County 

Raleigh Area
Wake County


South Carolina Stay
SC Housing

Spartanburg Area
Piedmont Community Action
The Salvation Army




Memphis Area
Artist Emergency Fund
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice, Inc.
Catholic Social Services Sacred Heart Southern Missions Ministry Of Tate County
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Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA)
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Tennessee Human Services
Tennessee State Courts
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Nashville Area – Davidson County
Conexion Americas (in Spanish)
Hope Station
Metropolitan Development & Housing Agency
Mid Cumberland Community Action Agency
Nashville Government - Metro Action Commission
Wilson County

Williamson County
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency


Visit Texas’ Department of Housing for help locating rent assistance providers in your area.


Dallas Area
Residents in Dallas should check here for resources.
Catholic Charities
Collin County
Dallas County
Ellis County Homeless Coalition
Operation Blessing
Rockwall County Helping Hands
Salvation Army
Tarrant County
United Way  

El Paso Area
City of El Paso
EP Rent Help Program

Houston Area
Harris County 
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Charitable and Nonprofit Resources

Charities such as Salvation Army and United Way are raising disaster recovery funds which help connect those affected to food, healthcare, and housing resources. Additionally, you may be able to receive assistance from the following organizations:

Utilities Assistance
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Modest Needs

Food Assistance organizations
Feeding America
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Assistance with Food, Housing, and More
Community Action Partnership
Volunteers of America
Gradient Gives Back Foundation
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Medical Costs Assistance
The HealthWell Foundation
National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC)