Constituent Service By Numbers

  • 117th Congress in Review

  • 1,880Constituent Cases Helped
  • 123,882Responses to Letters, Emails, Calls
  • 1,840,000Returned to Constituents
  • 3,380,015,690Money Invested

Guidance for Renters/Homeowners

On June 25, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom extended the state's eviction moratorium until September 30, 2021. The legislation pauses evictions for tenants who declare an inability to pay all or part of the rent due to a COVID-related reason. Find more information on this COVID-19 tenant protection legislation here

211 Resource Hotline

If you are in need of immediate housing assistance, call 211 to get connected with the most up-to-date resources available to you.

211 San Bernardino County

211 Los Angeles


Emergency Rental Assistance

With funding allocated by Congress, local partners have established Emergency Rental Assistance programs to deliver relief for those struggling to make their rent payments. Find a list of relief programs in your area via the US Department of Treasury site here.


State, County, and Local Resources

California Judicial Council


County of San Bernardino Housing/Rental Resource Page


City of Pomona


City of Chino


City of Ontario

Short-term rental and utility assistance is available for Ontario residents.


City of Rialto

Rental/mortgage and utility assistance is available for Rialto residents.



If you are impacted by COVID-19, you may be able to delay rent payments and/or avoid eviction. If you are unable to pay your rent due to COVID-19, you must notify your landlords in writing no later than seven days after your rent is due.  Know your rights as a renter--click HERE for tenant protections made by Inland Counties Legal Societies. (Note: the document does not represent legal advice; please consult an attorney for legal advice). 


U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: COVID-19 Resources for Renters


Los Angeles County

A permanent Rent Stabilization Ordinance has been in effect in Los Angeles County since March 19 and retroactive to March 4, 2020. For questions regarding this ordinance, call (833) 223-RENT or email More information can be found here


San Bernardino County

The San Bernardino County Rent Relief Partnership is now available to assist County residents with past due rent payments. Applicants can receive up to 12 months in rental assistance. Learn more here


Additional Resources

Inland Counties Legal Services, Inc. (ICLSI)
Offers legal services to low-income persons residing in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
Appointments/Intake Line: (888) 245-4257
Senior Line: (800) 977-4257


Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB)
IFHMB does not provide legal services, but information, understanding of rights, and informal mediation between the landlord and tenant.
General Line: (909) 984-2254
To report housing discrimination: (909) 984-2245 ext. 175
Email: or


Housing Authority of San Bernardino County (HASBC)
Provides resources for individuals living in HASBC housing in San Bernardino County. 
San Bernardino Office: (909) 890-9533
Upland Office: (909) 982-2649
Victorville Office: (760) 243-1043

Housing Rights Center
Offers resources for tenants and landlords for LA County.
Phone: (800) 477-5977


Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County
Pomona Self-Help Legal Access Center

Provides resources for LA County residents who may be served an eviction notice despite hardship due to COVID-19.
General Help Line: 1 (800) 433-6251 (Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 5 PM)
Pomona Self-Help Legal Access Center Line: (818) 485-0572



U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: COVID-19 Resources for Homeowners

On August 27, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced a foreclosure moratorium extension on all Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae mortgages until at least December 31, 2020. More information can be found here
Congress passed the CARES Act which allows up to 6 months (120 days) of forbearance (with an additional 120-day extension, if needed) for all federally-backed loans. This includes FHA, Fannie, Freddie, VA, USDA, and the Native American/Native Hawaiian Home Loan Programs. Forbearance is when payments are put on hold for a certain period of time, they do not accrue interest and fees, but the postponed/forborne payments will have to be paid back at a later date.


How to know if your mortgage is federally-backed:

  • You can call your loan servicer (the entity you make your monthly mortgage payments to) and ask if your loan is federally back.

  • You can go online to lookup if your single-family mortgage is backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac:


General information to understand your options: