Central California Legal Services and a collective of churches and organizations known as the Christian Community Development (CCD Collective) have launched a public survey of Fresno and the surrounding community to gauge concern around evictions and possible homelessness as a result of the economic impact of COVID-19.

The anonymous survey is available in English and Spanish. The only information collected includes date of birth and street where the tenant resides.

To take the survey, follow these links:

English: bit.ly/FresnoRenter

Spanish: bit.ly/FresnoInquilinos

“CCLS deeply appreciates that CCD Collective’s survey will shed light on the depth and breadth of distress this unprecedented pandemic is creating among the families,” said Patience Milrod, executive director of CCLS. “It will help us all focus our support and effort where it is most needed.”

The results will be used to advocate for solutions to the housing crisis brought on by the economic impact of the viral pandemic . The survey will be available until July 31.

For any questions, please contact Central California Legal Services at (800) 675-8001.

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