About $8 million in CARES Act funding is still available through the Iowa Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention program, Gov. Kim Reynolds’ office announced this morning. The deadline to apply for rent and mortgage assistance and utility assistance through the Iowa Residential Utility Disruption Prevention program is Dec. 4. The Iowa Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention program has been allocated a total of $37.4 million. Nearly 11,000 renters and 500 homeowners have received rent or mortgage assistance, and another 2,800 Iowans have applied for utility assistance, IEDA and IFA executive director Debi Durham said in a statement. The Federal CARES Act requires that all funds be expended by Dec. 30. Applications and information on eligibility requirements are available online.