COVID-19 Assistance Programs
Starting July 6, 2022, Housing and Community Services launched the Microenterprise Assistance Program to provide financial aid to qualifying small businesses affected by COVID-19.
Asistencia de emergencia para alquiler / utilidades Eviction Prevention Assistance
Asistencia para prevenir el desalojo COVID-19 Elderly & Disabled Housing / Utility Assistance
Asistencia de vivienda / utilidades para personas mayores y discapacitados
Rental / Utility Assistance
Effective Monday, January 9th, 2023, the COVID-19 Rental / Utility Assistance Program as well as the Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program is closed.
Eviction Prevention Assistance
Assistance is available for Osceola County residents facing evictions. If an Action of Eviction has been filed against you for non-payment of rent, you can qualify for assistance.
- Be an Osceola County resident.
- Have a valid Driver's License or State ID.
- Have a signed lease (apartment or house). Property must be your primary residence.
- Have proof of COVID hardship (loss of income, laid off, reduced hours, furloughed).
- Have an eviction action filed against you. Must provide case number.
Elderly & Disabled Housing / Utility Assistance
Effective Monday, January 9th, 2023, the COVID-19 Elderly & Disabled Housing /Utility Assistance Program as well as the Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program is closed.
The mission of the Osceola County Housing Office is to improve the quality of life for Osceola County citizens through commitment, advocacy, and ensuring the provision of adequate affordable housing for our citizens. It is our goal to empower economically disadvantaged individuals and families, particularly those with very-low to moderate incomes, so Osceola County will have strong, diverse, and viable communities.
To establish housing programs by addressing the areas of critical need while ensuring residents of Osceola County have access to safe, decent, and sanitary housing.