The Colorado Department of Local Affairs has funding available through the Temporary Rental Assistance Grant for temporary rental assistance for Coloradans who have fallen behind on their rent, meet income limits and other qualifying factors, and are at risk of eviction or displacement.
For more information and to apply, click here.
Colorado’s Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program uses federal Homeowner Assistance Funds to help homeowners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, get caught up on past-due housing/mobile home payments, property taxes, lot rent, insurance and housing utilities.
To learn more about the Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program and to apply, visit https://cdola.colorado.gov/emergency-mortgage-assistance.
Brothers Redevelopment is thrilled to announce the return of the City of Denver’s Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance (TRUA) Program! We understand the challenges many households face, and we’re here to provide support.
How TRUA Can Help You:
Rental Assistance: Receive up to 6 months of support within a 12-month period for rental arrears, the current month’s rent, and one future month’s rent.
Utility Assistance: Aid for Denver Water and/or Xcel Energy (electric, gas) for both renters and homeowners. Eligible households can receive utility assistance once per utility within a 12-month period.
Relocation Assistance: This includes support for security deposits, first month’s rent, and application fees. The deposit and first month’s rent will be considered one month each towards the 6-month maximum.
If you or someone you know is facing challenges with rental payments, utility bills, or needs assistance with relocation costs, the TRUA Program is here to help. Apply today at https://denver-trua.submittable.com/submit.
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