The deadline for Temporary Sheltering Assistance-eligible applicants to remain in TSA lodging has been extended in increments of 14 days through Feb. 4, 2017 or until other viable housing options are identified.
Survivors eligible to stay in TSA lodging will be contacted before the end of each 14-day period and made aware of their continued eligibility and the new deadline. Those no longer eligible for the program after the current Jan. 7 deadline or the next two-week deadline (Jan. 21) also will be contacted.
TSA is for eligible disaster survivors who are unable to stay in their homes and need a short-term place to stay when housing options in their area are limited. TSA is a temporary solution to help bridge the gap for survivors until they can find a more permanent housing solution. TSA is available in the following North Carolina counties: Columbus, Cumberland, Dare, Edgecombe, Harnett, Hoke, Johnston, Lenoir, Pitt, Robeson, Wayne, and Wilson.