January Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $789,469 distributed to 455 households
  • Average assistance = $1735/household
  • 16% non-English speakers, 84% English speakers
  • Average Area Median Income: 24%
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 179 households received $287,552  in assistance
    • Loveland: 95 households received $164,881 in assistance
    • Weld County: 135 households received $273,847 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 29 households received $56,039
  • N2N able to provide multiple months of assistance in accordance to new state guidelines
  • N2N plans to add 7 additional staff members in February.

December Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $426,557 distributed to 483 households
  • Average assistance = $883/household
  • 61 undocumented households received assistance
  • 13% undocumented, 87% documented
  • 18% non-English speakers, 82% English speakers
  • Average Area Median Income: 24%
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 209 households received $180,512 in assistance
    • Loveland: 113 households received $96,026 in assistance
    • Weld County: 139 households received $75,203 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 21 households received $129,291
  • N2N had highest number of pending requests during December
  • N2N added 3 counselors and 1 bilingual admin staff to process increased requests.
  • N2N processed 950 applications in December, distributing over $700,000.
  • Rapid Response: 10 volunteers processed 175 pending applicants, distributing $285,000 with N2N donations and flexible grants

November Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $314,737 distributed to 376 households
  • Average assistance = $837/household
  • 45 undocumented households received assistance
  • 11% undocumented, 89% documented
  • 16% non-English speakers, 84% English speakers
  • Average Area Median Income: 25%
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 185 households received $147,481 in assistance
    • Loveland: 87 households received $72,898 in assistance
    • Weld County: 83 households received $75,203 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 21 households received $19,155
  • N2N had highest number of pending requests during November
  • N2N caseloads exceeded 60 households per counselor, wait time was average of 2 weeks
  • N2N hired three new counselors and allowed staff overtime to meet demand
  • Repeat assistance:
    • 56% households = 1 time assistance
    • 25% = 2 time assistance
    • 18% = 3 time assistance
    • 1% = 4+ time assistance

Questions – Contact N2N Executive Director, Kelly Evans, at 970-488-2363 or kevans@n2n.org.