October 21, 2021

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Where by to get help with rent in Central Minnesota

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ST. CLOUD — On Thursday, the U.S. Centers for Illness Management and Avoidance prolonged its eviction moratorium to July 31 to assist people today across the nation who are not able to shell out lease during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The week just before, Minnesota lawmakers came to an settlement for an “off-ramp” for the eviction moratorium, which will be aspect of the point out housing budget monthly bill. 

More:How $672M and ‘off-ramp’ for eviction moratorium could simplicity post-COVID housing problems

So what support is out there for folks who need to have housing assistance when the moratorium ends? 

Minnesota has $672 million accessible from the federal authorities to help persons pay back again hire. The condition of Minnesota’s allocation is administered by Minnesota Housing, and people can implement at renthelpmn.org or by contacting 211. 

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