Tenant Registration - Step 1 of 2

This is the first of two steps you need to complete in order to register for the program.

Overview and How To Video


The mission of the Marion County COVID Assistance Program (CAP) is to help tenants who are experiencing housing instability with rent and utility assistance as they recover from the disruption and loss during the COVID pandemic. The CAP team seeks to serve as many qualified applicants as feasible with the limited funds on hand.

Fraud with ERA is both a state and a federal offense. If Capital Access, United Way and/or Marion County identifies any statements, documentation, data and/or other actions that meet the standard of fraud, waste and/or abuse of the CAP program, Capital Access and/or the County will notify the Marion County District Attorney, State of Florida, US Treasury and/or Department of Homeland Security, as appropriate, for investigation and if necessary, prosecution of criminal behavior.

CAP may pursue every legal avenues which could result in fines and jail. CAP will make all documentation and communication records available to law enforcement.

Checks will be made payable to the Company or Individual named below. If you are a sole proprietor or self-employed, type your First and Last Name. If a company manages the property, type the Company Name. This should match the name on your W-9 and bank account and will be used when issuing a check to you.


If you are in an apartment or suite, please include your apartment in the first line of your address:
123 Main St. Apt 102. Then wait for selection.
Watch the video if you are unsure.