State and federal funding sources approved in late December 2020 may cover past due rent as well as future rent payments to help families with COVID-19 related financial strain stabilize their housing.
If you cannot pay your rent:
Ask your landlord if they are accessing the Property Owner Preservation (POP) program. POP pays landlords directly if you are not able to pay rent due to financial or health impacts of COVID-19. POP funding will cover the full monthly rent amount.
If your landlord is not accessing POP or you don’t qualify (the financial stress is not related to COVID), access:
Neighbor to Neighbor: www.N2N.org
Find application for rent assistance via n2n.org. Apply online or by phone at 970-488-2382. Hours: M-Th 8:00 – 12:00, 1:00 – 5:00, F 8:00 – 12:00
Note: Neighbor to Neighbor is working hard to process all rent applications, however due to demand there may be a 1-2 week wait for assistance. www.N2N.org
Interfaith Solidarity and Accompaniment Coalition (ISAAC):
Members of our immigrant community can access urgent rent support from ISAAC by calling the Fuerza Latina Immigrant Assistance Hotline, available 24/7 at 970-472-1501.