CHEYENNE (WNE) — Housing assistance still is available to previous Emergency Rental Assistance Program applicants and those who never applied.
ERAP has set aside $8.6 million for housing stability services available to ERAP recipients and households that have not previously received funding. That funding is scheduled to be available until June.
Below are the housing stability services that are available.
- Need help with the first month’s rent and deposit or other costs related to obtaining or keeping safe housing? ERAP has given funding to local community-based organizations that will determine funding on a case-by-case basis.
- Households needing legal assistance: If facing eviction, visit Legal Aid of Wyoming at lawyoming.org or call 1-877-432-9955.
- Seniors and individuals with disabilities: The Wyoming Department of Health’s Aging Division provides specialized services to support their ability to obtain and maintain safe housing.
- Survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking: The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault provides specialized services to support their ability to obtain and maintain safe housing.