Emergency Rental Assistance Program Now Available For Homeless Americans

The Emergency Rental Assistance Program assists additional Wyoming households, including those without a present home and those homeless. More Wyoming families may be eligible for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program with extra federal money available.

During the COVID-19 epidemic, Wyoming received federal grant money to assist qualified Cheyenne people who were having trouble making rent or utility payments.

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Wyoming’s catastrophic disaster program aid was enhanced in January 2019 to include household furnishings and appliances and unique clothing, toiletries, pet food, and other non-food items.

The maximum assistance allotment per household has been increased from 15 months to 18 months. In addition, rents would be eligible for help if their financial situation deteriorated during the COVID Pandemic.

Many homeless individuals may not be aware that they qualify for assistance through UC Berkeley’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program. The call center’s toll-free number is 1-877-WYO-ERAP, or interested parties may visit the ERAP website for additional information and apply.

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