The emergency number for housing in Colorado is more busy than ever after the eviction moratorium was lifted
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After the U.S. Supreme Court prevented the Biden administration from enforcing a temporary ban on evictions on Thursday as coronavirus picks up pace across the country, Denver officials want residents to know help is available.
The city said in a press release on Friday that the Denver Department of Housing Stability (HOST) is in full swing to help those at risk of eviction as many residents are at risk of losing their homes.
HOST provides legal eviction assistance to Denver households through partnerships with nonprofit organizations.
In order to work with HOST, you must work according to their income guidelines, with the exception of the seniors.
Those who qualify may be eligible for utility allowance and up to 15 months of rental allowance.
Immigration status and landlord participation are not required, according to a statement.
Apply on their website or call 1-844-926-6632 with any questions.
You can find more information about the program on the city’s apartment website.
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