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Eviction Prevention - Understanding Tenant Rights and Resources



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Crystal Rosa


Zoom Panel Discussion: Eviction Prevention: Understanding Tenant Rights and Resources

Concerned about losing your housing? Are you behind in rent payments or is your building being sold? Learn about your rights as a tenant, and the resources that are available to assist you. Panelists from legal services will explain the eviction process and your rights during the process and Cambridge Multi Service Center staff will provide information on financial assistance programs and services that are available.

Attend if you have been wondering:

  • What does it mean that eviction moratoria is ending? 
  • What do I do if I get a notice to quit?
  • What are the steps in the timeline of the eviction process? 
  • Where do I go for legal help?
  • Where do I go for help with back rent, unpaid utilities, and case management services? 

Moderator: Maura Pensak, City Manager's Office of the Housing Liaison 


  • Maria Melo - Director of the Cambridge Multi-Service Center, Department of Human Services Programs
  • Myriam C. Georges, Esq. - Housing and Disability Attorney, De Novo Center for Justice and Healing
  • Susan Hegel - Housing Attorney, Cambridge and Somerville Legal Services, an office of the Greater Boston Legal Services


*This webinar will be recorded. CART/closed captioning will be provided for this event.

Link to Zoom registration: https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P9nsInmSQZaENS3haEqEcg

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