ADDITIONAL HOUSING RELATED RESOURCES

Here are additional resources that may be available to help with housing related support.

Minnesota Housing has more information regarding mortgage assistance and resources here

Some assistance programs are specific to the COVID-19 pandemic, and you can see them all in one place on United Way’s Coronavirus resource page here or you can search for general resources using 211’s Guided Search tool here.

ApplyMN

Minnesota Emergency Assistance for Families/Emergency General Assistance is a short-term assistance program for people experiencing a financial hardship. You can access the program application through your local county human services office or at ApplyMN.

Bridge to Benefits
This web-based screening tool can help an individual identify if they’re eligible for public works programs, including SNAP, WIC, School Meal Program, Minnesota Health Care Programs, Energy Assistance and Child Care Assistance. Visit the website here.

Community Action Partnership
Minnesota Community Action Partnership members provide assistance to individuals and families in times of crisis. Find Your Local Community Action Agency

HOME Line

A non-profit Minnesota tenant advocacy organization providing free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems. HOME Line’s hotline is confidential:

HOME Line’s tenant hotline remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, HOME Line’s physical office is closed. Call or email for legal advice about your tenancy. General rental housing information regarding COVID-19 is available here, and recordings of all of our COVID-19 rental issue webinars are here.

Visit HOME Line’s website for more information. Click here.

LawHelpMN
In some cases, direct financial support may not be available. Visit LawHelpMN to understand your rights and options.

Minnesota Attorney General Consumer Protection Division

If the matter is related to a utility, contact the Minnesota Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division:

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

HUD has provided a Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plan which includes a sample letter to a landlord and other helpful Key Resource Links.

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