January 10, 2023
**TBRA UPDATE** January 18, 2023 – At this time, United Way GCR is no longer accepting any new applications for the TBRA program. If your application was submitted on or before January 18, 2023, it is still under review, and you will be contacted by email as soon as your application is processed. If you have any questions about the program, requirements, or status of your application, submit by email to email@example.com. No status updates will be given over the phone. Please check back to this page for any updates to the program.
TBRA- New Program offers Rental Assistance for Clarksville Residents
Clarksville residents can now apply for vital rental assistance, thanks to a new Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program offered by the City of Clarksville office of Neighborhood and Community Services (CNCS) in partnership with United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region.
TBRA is a program through which qualifying low-income families or individuals would be eligible to have a majority of their rent covered, based on Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines.
A Community Effort
Recipients of the TBRA program will have access to wrap-around services such as credit recovery assistance, mental health support, and affordable medical care.
Services will be provided through partnerships with local organizations such as the Matthew Walker Clinic, Soldiers and Families Embraced (SAFE), and the Adult Literacy Council, to name a few. Through this holistic approach, the overall program objective is for recipients to become self-sufficient and more empowered than when they began the program.
According to United Way CEO Valerie Guzman, the program is intended to give families the boost they need to find success over the long term.
“This program will provide for our low to moderate-income families some much-needed temporary relief from the housing prices we are currently experiencing,” said Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts. “I am grateful to the United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region and Valerie Guzman for helping us get this relief out as quickly as possible.”
United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region expresses its thanks to the City of Clarksville office of Neighborhood and Community Services and Mayor Pitts for the opportunity to provide relief to families and individuals in the community through the TBRA program.
To access the TBRA rental assistance FAQ, minimum requirements, and the application, please click here. *Due to the high volume of calls, please direct all questions regarding the application and requirements of the program, or to check the status of an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org.*