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Latest update: 03/29/2021
We are currently unable to process TRUA applications at this time because funding is exhausted.
We are awaiting guidance from the City and county of Denver on when funds will be replenished.
The new emergency rental assistance program (erap) is operating, find out more at https://cdola.colorado.gov/rental-mortgage-assistance
CDC EVICTION MORATORIUM INFORMATION
The CDC Eviction Moratorium is currently in effect. This order prevents the residential evictions of covered persons for failure to pay rent. It expires on June 30, 2021. If your Landlord or Property Manager has provided you with a Rent Demand (also known as a Notice to Quit or 10 Day Demand), it is imperative that you complete the “EVICTION DECLARATION FORM” (provided in both English and Spanish on the below link) and serve a copy to your landlord.
To find out more about the eviction process and the help and support you can access, visit our Evictions Information page
10 DAY DEMAND NOTICE ADVICE
If you have received a Rent Demand (or Notice to Quit), please make sure to include it with your application. By sending us the demand we know to escalate your file and will try our best to expedite only if your application is complete.
To protect your renter’s rights and anticipate legal remedies to keep your home, we strongly recommend that you apply for eviction avoidance assistance with Colorado Legal Services. To apply, please call 303-837-1313 or visit https://colsoi.legalserver.org/modules/matter/extern_intake.php?pid=129&h=daa817& and complete the online intake form.
Please note that this is a referral to Colorado Legal Services. Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corporation does not influence nor guarantee your approval for their services. Contacting Colorado Legal Services will not halt or alter the processing of your TRUA application by Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corporation.
OUT OF OUR AREA RESOURCES
If you live outside of the boundaries of the City and County of Denver, you can contact the following agencies for assistance:
- Brothers Redevelopment administers the EHAP Program for short-term rental and mortgage assistance. This is a statewide Colorado program.
- In Arapahoe County:
- For assistance with rent, mortgage or utility payments please call 303-738-7891 or email email@example.com. One of their team members will assist in pre-screening for eligibility and application.
- The city of Aurora:
The city of Aurora has heard from residents during the COVID-19 crisis that rental assistance is a key need and is making at funds available through Community Development Block Grants and the House Aurora Partnership to help people stay in their homes.
- Apply at auroragov.org/RentAssist. Please gather information about your income, rent, utilities and household members before applying. If you have questions, call 303-739-7937.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
Family Rescue Ministry at Denver Rescue Mission is providing First Month’s Rent and Security Deposit assistance to qualified families and seniors experiencing homelessness (no existing lease).
Visit denverrescuemission.org/frmprescreen or call 303-313-2440.
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IF YOU NEED FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE RESOURCES
Qualifying Denver residents can get up to $4,000 (depending on need) to help cover the cost of a COVID-19-related emergency. To qualify, you must be a Denver resident with an COVID-19-caused emergency, have at least one dependent child living with you, and make up to $75,000 per year.
Go to Colorado.gov/PEAK and apply to see if you qualify or call 720-944-4347.
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