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Posted inHOUSING

Some 50,000 Minnesota households have fallen behind on rent. With the COVID eviction moratorium ending soon, housing nonprofits want to help renters apply for help catching up.

Two-thirds of Minnesota households that owe back rent are people of color. A coalition of housing organizations can help Minnesota renters fill out applications, translate forms, communicate with landlords, assemble paperwork, and more. Undocumented Minnesotans can apply, too.