The Public's Radio: Rhode Island doubles rent relief funding, but advocates say more is needed
by Sofia Rudin
“We've been answering these phone calls since March [from] people who were terribly distraught about housing instability,” said Wood.
The organization, one of two that represents low income tenants in Rhode Island, has just four attorneys, and Wood is worried the volume of calls will skyrocket when the federal eviction protections expire on July 25.
Courtesy of The Public's Radio