Pima County Eviction Prevention Program

Eviction Prevention Prequalification


Below are the Service Agencies that will work with you to complete all aspects of the Pima County Eviction Prevention process. Please review service area Zip Codes to determine if an agency works in your specific area. If you have worked with one of the below agencies currently or in the recent past and have an already established relationship, it is recommended that you select that agency.

Pima Eviction Prevention funds are limited, and the distribution of funding is subject to multiple factors including, but not limited to, qualification of Tenant, agreement from Landlord, completion of required forms and documentation, and fund availability. It is anticipated that this pool of funding will serve 650-750 households.  

  • Tenant lives in Pima County
  • Tenant is at risk of eviction (e.g. tenant has been issued notice of eviction or is in court proceedings)
  • Tenant has experienced a financial crisis due to COVID-19
  • Household income does not exceed 120% of Area Median Income
  • At least one person in household is a legal resident in the U.S.
  • Tenant completes an application and submits proper documentation
  • Rent is $2,000/month or less (or landlord agrees to lower payment if higher)
  • Payment request does not include months already covered by another rental/eviction assistance program
  • Landlord agrees to Eviction Payment Plan with renter, which includes:
    • Waiving late fees or interest payments on late rent;
    • Commitment not to further pursue eviction during period covered;
    • Reversing/withdrawing eviction proceedings
    • Providing additional documentation (e.g. lease agreement, proof of last payment made, etc.)

Ready to see if you qualify?

  • Selecting a service agency is required.

Participating Service Agencies:

Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC)

Compass Affordable Housing

DIRECT Center for Independence

  • Specifically supporting people with disabilities
  • Follow up information:
    • Email: jamien@directilc.org
    • Phone: 520-624-6452 

Family Housing Resources (FHR)

International Sonoran Desert Alliance (ISDA)

  • Main service zip code: 85321
  • Specifically serving: Ajo
  • Follow up information:

Interfaith Community Services (ICS)

  • No service area limitations
  • Follow up information:

Pima County Community Land Trust (PCCLT)

  • No service area limitations
  • Follow up information:

Primavera Foundation

Southwest Fair Housing Council (SWFHC)

  • No service area limitations
  • Follow up information:

Valley Assistance Services (VAS)

  • Main Service Zip Codes: 85629, 85614, 85622, 85745
  • Specifically Serving: Sahuarita, Green Valley, Amado, and Arivaca
  • Follow up information:

Ready to see if you qualify?

  • Selecting a service agency is required.