Pike County Commissioners Secure Half a Million Dollars in Additional ERAP Funding

The Pike County Commissioners are proud to announce that they have secured an additional $500,000 in Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funding for the County. This funding will go a long way in helping those who continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and are struggling to pay their rent and utilities.

The Office of Human Services of Pike County has done an exceptional job in administering the ERAP program. Their hard work and dedication have ensured that those in need are receiving the assistance they require. With the additional funding, the Office of Human Services of Pike County will be able to help even more people who have been impacted by the pandemic.

"I am extremely proud of the hard work and dedication that the Office of Human Services of Pike County has shown in administering the ERAP program," said Pike County Commissioner Chairman Matthew M. Osterberg. "Their efforts have been vital in ensuring that those who have been struggling due to the pandemic have been able to keep a roof over their heads. This additional funding will allow them to continue their important work and help even more people in need."

The Pike County Commissioners would like to extend their gratitude to the Office of Human Services of Pike County and all those involved in securing the additional ERAP funding. The County remains committed to helping those in need during these challenging times and will continue to work tirelessly to support our community.

For more information about the ERAP program, please visit the Pike County Office of Human Services website at www.PikeRentHelp.com.