Tenant Protections for us All

If you cannot pay your rent today, your landlord cannot evict you. 

Emergency eviction protections continue to be in place for Los Angeles families through May 31st with a possible extension. This means your landlord cannot evict you and your family due to non-payment. 

If you have not done so already, please send a letter immediately to your landlord explicitly stating that your loss of income is due to the COVID-19. 

If you need support, Los Angeles County residents should call the L.A. County Disaster Help Center at (833) 238-4450 or email [email protected]. Los Angeles City residents can call (866)-557-7368. 

Here are additional resources to help you and your family.

Sample Letter on Non-Payment to Landlord
If you cannot afford to pay your rent, state officials urge you to submit a letter in writing a week before but no later than within 7 days after your rent is due. 

Resources for High School Students
From wellness resources to educational tools, InnerCity Struggle organizers compiled this extensive list for our United Students members. 

Immigrant Resources by CHIRLA
From workers’ rights to financial assistance, our partners at CHIRLA have a catalogue of resources to help immigrant families. 

Boyle Heights Resource Guide by Promesa Boyle Heights
From free meal programs, senior services to tools for local college students, this local guide provides key essential resources created by our partners at Promesa Boyle Heights. 

Food Resources & Free Meal Programs throughout Los Angeles 
This Los Angeles County website includes resources from free meals for seniors to school meal distribution sites. 

Domestic Violence Intervention: East Los Angeles Women’s Center 
Not everyone has the privilege of being safer-at-home. Call the East Los Angeles Women Center's confidential and bilingual hotline available 24/7 at 1 (800) 585-6231.

Digital Justice Campaign
It’s not too late to donate to InnerCity Struggle’s digital justice campaign to raise resources for 5,000 Eastside and South Los Angeles families to provide emergency technology and internet resources. 


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