MISSION, Texas (ValleyCentral) — The City of Mission is hosting a mortgage, rental, and utility assistance one-stop shop for Mission residents.

According to the Facebook post by the City of Mission, the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sept, 21, at the Center for Education and Economic Development, located at 801 N. Bryan Road Suite 112.

Mission residents that were affected by COVID-19 can apply for assistance for rent, mortgage, and utility relief funds.

Documents required to apply include a valid ID or driver’s license, birth certificate for all household members, U.S. passport or permanent resident card, rent or mortgage contracts, and an eviction notice.

Other documents required are past due utility bills, proof of financial hardship, recent tax return, one to three months of pay stubs, 2022 benefit award letters, and one to three months of bank statements.