Eviction Prevention2018-06-07T23:03:38+00:00

Eviction Prevention

N2N is working to prevent and end homelessness
If you are at imminent risk of having nowhere to live, N2N can help. Preventing homelessness and displacement in our community improves housing stability and economic security. Our housing counselors will sit down with you face-to-face to develop a plan to overcome your immediate housing crisis and continue your journey toward housing stability. Get Started.
Preventing and Ending Homelessness in Our Community
To be eligible for this service you must:
  • Be at imminent risk of homelessness
  • Earn less than 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Please see income chart below.
We encourage you to bring the following items with you. These items do not necessarily represent all qualifying documentation. Qualification is determined by a certified Housing Counselor via intake.
  • Photo ID
  • Notice from landlord, including but not limited to a Demand for Compliance
  • Current lease agreement
  • One month’s worth most recent pay stubs, or your most recent income verification statement
The households’s gross annual income must be less than the listed amounts:
Household size:Annual Income:
1$47,700
2$54,500
3$61,300
4$68,100
5$73,550
6$79,000
7$84,450
8$89,900
Please visit us at the following intake sites:

Murphy Center for Hope
242 Conifer Street, Fort Collins

Monday-Thursday:
9:00am-11:00am & 1:00pm-3:00pm

Life Center
1511 E. 11th Street, Loveland

Monday–Thursday:
9:00am-11:00am & 1:00-3:00pm

Plymouth Congregational Church
916 W. Prospect Road, Fort Collins

Friday:
9:00am-11:30am

You can help
As Neighbor to Neighbor continues to grow, we need your support. N2N provides stable housing to over 5,000 people in Larimer County each year. We prevented 200 families from becoming homeless in the last year alone. Please support N2N as we build a strong community, neighbor to neighbor.
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