Help Spread the Word!
Toolkits Available in Multiple Languages
As a housing authority, your agency is able to communicate effectively with both landlords and tenants who can benefit from this resource. Plus if you have public housing, RentHelpMN can help your tenants address any unpaid rent due to COVID. Here are a few ways housing authorities can help spread the word about the program.
RentHelpMN Toolkits in Multiple Languages
Today Minnesota Housing launched RentHelpMN which includes toolkits to help spread the word about the program. Use this link to sign up & access the toolkits including English, Spanish, Hmong & Somali.
Urge Landlords to Sign Up
Use this link for information about how landlords can access the program, help them get ready to apply and prepare their documentation to register as a landlord.
Help Tenants/Clients Access Resources They Need
Renters living in Minnesota who meets the eligibility requirements can apply for RentHelpMN. Download the Renter Checklist to help then get ready to apply.
Help Public Housing Tenants Get Caught Up On Rent
Public housing residents are eligible to apply for RentHelpMN to address unpaid rent due to COVID. As the owner of public housing, be sure to sign up using the Landlord portal to start the process. Then work with your tenants in arrears to complete their application.