Each year, counties across the nation invest nearly $11 billion in housing and community development, with local governments playing a key role in housing affordability. Prior to COVID-19, residents in counties of all sizes and in all regions of the country were struggling with housing affordability. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic climate and loss of jobs, counties are using CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) dollars to financially support individuals who may be facing eviction or foreclosure. In addition to providing housing, rental and utility assistance, counties are also using these funds to invest in housing supportive services for individuals with disabilities, veterans and those experiencing homelessness. Join NACo for a webinar to hear from county leaders about their process for developing and implementing their CRF plans to that work towards mitigating the housing impact of COVID-19.