If you are having difficulty paying your rent or mortgage due to COVID-related loss of income, we urge to apply for the Emergency Housing Assistance Program through the state of Montana.
This program provides rent, security deposit, mortgage payment assistance, and/or hazard insurance for those who have lost their job or substantial income due to COVID-19, up to $2,000 per month.
• The program pays the difference between 25% of the household’s net monthly
income and their eligible housing costs.
• Annual income limits range up to $125,000 based on family size.
• Applicants are eligible to apply even if they have now returned to work or regained income.
Find information & apply at: nwmt.org/covidrelief
NeighborWorks Montana has partnered with Montana Housing to offer support to renters and homeowners needing assistance applying for the program. If you, or someone you know, qualifies for the Emergency Housing Assistance Program but has either been previously denied or is having difficulty filling out the application,
please contact NeighborWorks Montana at: