Mortgage Relief Still Available for Those Affected by COVID-19

May 4, 2021 | News

United Way of Greater Nashville encourages any Davidson County resident who is behind on mortgage payments to apply for immediate assistance.

Through the Financial Assistance Network more than 30 nonprofit agencies are partnering to provide mortgage relief for those impacted financially by COVID-19. This funding is provided by the Nashville Metropolitan Government and is limited to Davidson County residents.

“Even as our community works to climb out of the pandemic, so many are still struggling. So many are still without work or have seen a reduction in hours. We want you to know that help is still available,” said Tracey Dill Director, Community Impact, Economic & Financial Mobility at United Way of Greater Nashville.

Visit nashvilleresponsefund.com/individuals or call 2-1-1 for a complete list of agencies providing mortgage relief.

IMPORTANT: United Way of Greater Nashville cannot give money directly to individuals and families in need. Individuals and families in need of assistance must apply to the agencies on our website or through 211 to receive financial assistance. Please visit nashvilleresponsefund.com for updated information on when and where individuals can apply for assistance. Funds are limited and available on a first served basis.