This page was created to help guide you to the right avenues for any additional support available during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note that the links listed below are not the BRA’s and may need to be updated from time to time.

Below you will find information regarding

The Federal Eviction Moratorium

The CDC Federal Eviction Moratorium ended on Thursday, August 26, 2021. However, the end of the moratorium does not mean you will be immediately evicted if you are behind on rent. Only a court can order someone to leave their home.

In Massachusetts, if you have a pending application for emergency rental assistance, your eviction case can be paused. If you or someone you know is having trouble paying rent, financial assistance is availableApply for rental assistance today.
For legal help, visit the COVID Eviction Legal Help Project.

For information on community mediation, visit

You can also call 2-1-1 for referrals available in multiple languages. 

The Brockton Residential Assistance Program

This assistance can help Brockton residents who are behind on rent or mortgage or need first and last month’s rent to help you move. You may use a smartphone to complete this online form, but a computer or tablet might be easier. Please have your documents (listed in the Client Checklist below) with you when you fill out the ELECTRONIC FORM so that you can upload them at the end of the form. You will need the other adults in your household to be home when you fill out the form as all adults will have to sign in several places. For more information on how to apply and what documents are needed please click here.

NAACP Brockton Area Branch Covid-19 Relief Fund

The City of Brockton has more information for businesses dealing with the impacts of COVID-The Brockton Area Branch of the NAACP created a relief fund for Brockton families in need. For more information click here.

The City of Brockton Resources

The City of Brockton has more information for businesses dealing with the impacts of COVID-19. Click here for more information.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Resources

The Commonwealth has more information about COVID-19 and how to access additional help. Visit their website here for more information.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development COVID-19 Info & Resources

HUD and its partners are helping communities affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by addressing their housing needs. Please visit their website here for more information.