A tight housing supply, rising rents, and stagnated wages are squeezing low-income American renters, putting them just one crisis away from eviction. Congress should make rental assistance available to all eligible households by including guaranteed, multi-year funding for Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs) in recovery legislation. By closing the gap between what people earn and how much a safe and decent home reasonably costs, HCVs help ensure millions of low-income families can keep a roof over their head. HCVs lift millions of American families out of poverty and improve their health and education outcomes. If we do not increase long-term access to HCVs, the racial wealth divide will only widen, deepening the inequity and injustice in this country.