October Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $1,498,523 distributed to  327 households
  • Average assistance = $4,582/household
  • $62,267 in Utility Assistance distributed to 132 households
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 187 households received $837,761 in assistance
    • Loveland: 113 households received $533,295 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 27 households received $127,467
  • Utility Assistance Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 83 households received $34,296 in assistance
    • Loveland: 45 households received $26,268 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 4 households received $1,703
  • Households with area median income (AMI) below 50% are prioritized for repeat assistance
  • Utility assistance offered in COVID-related circumstances for the following utility providers: Fort Collins Utilities, Loveland Water and Power, Poudre Valley REA, Excel Energy, Town of Wellington, Town of Estes Park, Boxelder Sanitation
  • Wait time for rent assistance is currently 6 weeks. Wait time for households with eviction notices is 2-3 days. Many households are first time applicants.
  • N2N continues to hire additional housing assistance coordinators to reduce wait times

September Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $1,453,284 distributed to  309 households
  • Average assistance = $4,703/household
  • $44,445 in Utility Assistance distributed to 111 households
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 191 households received $872,772 in assistance
    • Loveland: 103 households received $505,236 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 15 households received $75,276
  • Utility Assistance Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 75 households received $28,169 in assistance
    • Loveland: 31 households received $14,972 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 5 households received $1,277
  • Households with area median income (AMI) below 50% are prioritized for repeat assistance
  • Utility assistance offered in COVID-related circumstances for the following utility providers: Fort Collins Utilities, Loveland Water and Power, Poudre Valley REA, Excel Energy, Town of Wellington, Town of Estes Park, Boxelder Sanitation
  • Wait time for rent assistance is currently 6 weeks. Wait time for households with eviction notices is 2-3 days. Many households are first time applicants.
  • N2N recently hired 4 additional Client/Housing Coordinators to reduce wait times. Training will be complete in October.

August Eviction Prevention Assistance

  • $1,176,942 distributed to  269 households
  • Average assistance = $4,375/household
  • On average, clients are receiving 4 months of assistance at a time.
  • $33,197 in Utility Assistance distributed to 107 households
  • Eviction Prevention Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 166 households received $729,755 in assistance
    • Loveland: 82 households received $353,702 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 21 households received $93,485
  • Utility Assistance Breakdown by Area
    • Fort Collins: 68 households received $16,099 in assistance
    • Loveland: 33 households received $11,719 in assistance
    • Other Larimer County: 6 households received $5,379
  • Households with area median income (AMI) below 50% are prioritized for repeat assistance
  • Utility assistance offered in COVID-related circumstances for the following utility providers: Fort Collins Utilities, Loveland Water and Power, Poudre Valley REA, Excel Energy, Town of Wellington, Town of Estes Park, Boxelder Sanitation
  • Wait time for rent assistance is currently 3-4 weeks. Households with eviction notices/notices to quit are fast-tracked by N2N.
  • Period to cure eviction notices in Colorado was extended to 30 days for Households waiting for assistance.
  • Wait time is currently ~5-6 weeks. Wait time for households with eviction notices/notices to quit is 2-3 day wait with N2N.
  • For Colorado households waiting for assistance, the period to cure eviction notices was extended to 30 days on 9/3/21
  • 151 households educated by N2N successfully purchased homes (across the front range) in August. 12 households counseled by N2N closed on a reverse mortgage in July. Intakes for N2N foreclosure prevention services are increasing. N2N foreclosure prevention services are preparing for increased demand in late 2021.

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