Kansas Eviction Prevention Programs Now Available

Joe Denoyer - November 5, 2020 11:18 am

Behind on rent due to COVID, or know someone who is? Funding is available to help renters avoid eviction. The Kansas Eviction Prevention Program (KEPP) can provide up to $5000 in rental assistance through the CARES Act. If you have missed paying or collecting rent since April 1, 2020, you may be eligible.

Program funds are limited and only available for a short time, and applications will be processed in the order received. Submit your application as soon as possible to increase your likelihood of receiving assistance.

Questions? Contact [email protected].

 

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