Rent, Mortgage and Utility Assistance 

The 2020 Coronavirus Relief Fund program administered by Flagler Cares ended on 12-30-2020.  If you are still in need of assistance, please note the information and options below.    
New funding for assistance is anticipated in the coming months.  If you have applied for assistance or received assistance from Flagler Cares in the past—you will receive updates via email when information is available.  Information about future assistance will also be posted here online.  If you have not applied for assistance in the past, you can add your name here to our communication list.
If you plan on requesting assistance in the future, there are several steps you can take NOW to prepare:


    1. Make sure that all adults in your household have Government IDs with the correct/current address and social security cards.
    2. Make sure you have copies of each child's social security card, birth certificate, passport or school record.
    3. Make sure you have a clear copy of your current, signed, unexpired lease. 
    4. Keep all copies of utility bills that you need assistance with.
    5. Keep all copies of bank/financial institution statements. 
    6. Keep all copies of current income, pay stubs, food stamps, social security notices etc.
    7. Obtain clear electronic copies of all of your documents (.pdf format is best)

Additional options for assistance are listed below.

The federal government has extended the CDC eviction moratorium through January 31, 2021.  To be protected by this moratorium, you must alert your landlord that you are requesting protection.  You can read more about it here and download a declaration form to provide to your landlord.


You can search for other services and supports in the Flagler County Social Service Directory


About Flagler Cares

Flagler Cares is a broad, county-wide initiative to expand the safety net for our citizens in need, to build a coordinated system of social, financial and health services, and to decrease societal and personal costs by providing services as efficiently as possible.

Flagler Cares will be a working organization whose purpose is to obtain grant funding on a large scale, develop new programs to fill gaps in our safety net, and create a county-wide database and case-management system that will allow us to direct individuals to the services they need as well as to help agencies coordinate their services and communicate with each other.

Mission:  Flagler Cares exists to bring new health, wellness and social welfare infrastructure to Flagler County to reduce disparity and improve the lives of our residents.

For more information or to become involved, please contact

Board of Directors 




2019 Flagler and Volusia County Community Health Needs Assessments


Flagler County Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

Volusia County Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)


Upcoming Meetings

Flagler Cares Coalition Meeting

Quarterly meetings held the second Monday of the Month (unless otherwise noted)


All are welcome to attend




In lieu of the regular quarterly coalition meeting in May, Flagler Cares is presenting a Virtual Health & Human Services Summit on May 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 


Click here for more information


The next Quarterly Coalition meeting will be:

August 9, 2021, 3:00 p.m.

You can also dial in using your phone.
(872) 240-3212; Access Code: 249-604-237









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