If an unexpected or ongoing hardship has left you behind on rent, Neighbor to Neighbor may be able to assist you.

N2N is partnering with the State of Colorado to offer emergency rent 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. To apply, visit the Temporary Rental Assistance Grant website between 10am on March 15th through 5pm on March 20th.

Applicants who qualify for the program will then be entered into a random selection process with those at most risk of eviction being prioritized. All applicants will be notified via email whether or not they’re invited to proceed with a full application.

If you have a written court summons, or have already appeared in court with your landlord, please email [email protected] with the following documents: court summons/eviction notice, ID, lease, and income verification for January.

For eligibility requirements and more information about the program, please visit the State’s website by clicking the button below.

Please keep in mind:

  • If you do not meet all initial requirements at this time, review our Community Resources Packet and our Community Resources Page for additional resources, including legal resources and referrals, that may be helpful at this time. (Paquete de recursos comunitarios). 
  • If you cannot complete the online application or have a question, please call our Rent Assistance Line at (970) 829-0296, select option 3, and leave a message. Someone will return your call, typically within three business days.
  • Neighbor to Neighbor is committed to providing full access to our housing stability services and to creating safe spaces where our neighbors are free to be their full, authentic selves. For further information, please see our Non-Discrimination Policy and Grievance Policy.

2023 Area Medium Income (AMI) Table

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