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The Rocket Community Fund, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, and the Cleveland Foundation have announced a new program called “Neighbor to Neighbor” that aims to bridge the digital divide and address housing instability in Cleveland neighborhoods. Through a door-to-door canvassing effort, organizers will identify resident needs and try to fill them.
Cleveland is one of seven cities in the U.S. that has enacted a right to counsel program that provides free legal representation to tenants facing eviction. Early statistics from the program’s first year of operation show promising results – dozens of evictions prevented despite a federal moratorium on evictions – but what will happen when that moratorium ends?