We’re here to help keep our neighbors in their homes. If you are behind or struggling to keep up with your rent – whether it’s due to an unexpected or ongoing hardship – Neighbor to Neighbor is accepting applications for rent assistance.

Before you begin, please be aware of the following:

When to Apply for Rent Assistance

If you do not currently have overdue rent (an outstanding balance due) or you need help with Move-In Assistance, please call our Rent Assistance Line at (970) 829-0296 and leave a brief voicemail stating your current situation. A counselor will get back to you, typically within 48 hours, to discuss options and resources that may be available to you.

Existing Lease vs. New Rental

The application process is for individuals seeking assistance with an existing lease. If you are seeking assistance with a new rental, visit our Move-In Assistance page.

Colorado residents residing outside of Larimer County

If you are not a Larimer County resident, click here for steps to apply for Emergency Rent/Utility Assistance.

Make your selection based on your current situation:

“I am concerned about making rent this month/next month.”

Here is what to do if you are not yet behind on your rent, but worried you may be soon.

If you do not currently have overdue rent (an already outstanding balance due to your landlord), you can apply the last week of the month. If you have further questions and do not currently have overdue rent, please call our Rent Assistance Line at (970) 829-0296 and leave a brief voicemail stating your current situation.  A client counselor will get back to you, typically within 48 hours, to discuss options and resources that may be available to you.

Applications on this page can only be processed once an existing rent balance is past due, however, our housing counselors can work with you one-on-one to identify resources and options available to you, in an effort to prevent an overdue balance.

“I currently owe 1-2 months of overdue rent.”

Here is what to do if you are currently 1-2 months behind on your rent. 

Review the following information and then complete the online application when you are ready. Once we receive your online application, a housing counselor will connect with you to continue the process. We appreciate your patience as our counselors work to serve each client individually

If you are unable to apply online or have other inquiries, please call our Rent Assistance Line (970) 829-0296.

Applications will be prioritized under the following circumstances:

  • Individuals making below 50% Area Median Income (see AMI table below)
  • Households with one or more members who have been unemployed for the last 90 days
  • If you have an eviction notice or demand for compliance, complete the online rent assistance application, then call or text our Rent Assistance Line at (970)829-0296 and leave a message about your eviction notice. Email a copy of your eviction notice to [email protected] as soon as possible.

Please have the following items ready when you begin the application:

  • Photo ID
  • Current lease agreement
  • One month’s worth of most recent pay stubs, or most recent income verification statement
Apply for 1-2 Months of Rent Assistance

2022 Area Medium Income (AMI) Table

# People in HouseholdMedian (100%)80% AMI50% AMI30% AMI
1$75,200$60,100$37,600$22,550
2$85,800$68,650$42,950$25,800
3$96,600$77,250$48,300$29,000
4$107,300$85,800$53,650$32,200
5$115,900$92,700$57,950$34,800
6$124,500$99,550$62,250$37,400