U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Emergency Rental Assistance: $25 billion is provided for rental and utility assistance to states, territories, counties, and cities to help stabilize renters during the pandemic, and help rental property owners continue to cover their costs.
Homeowner Assistance Funds: $10 billion is provided to address the needs of homeowners struggling with mortgage payments, property taxes, property insurance, utilities, and other housing-related costs.
Homelessness: $4.75 billion for state and local governments through the HOME Investment Partnership program to finance supportive services, affordable housing, and the acquisition of non-congregate shelter spaces for people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
Food and Shelter (FEMA): A total of $400 million would be available for emergency food and shelter.