Emergency leasing assistance for the Connecticut economy

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-Emergency rental assistance for the Connecticut economy-

As of February 15The tenth2022 UniteCT has suspended new leases, electrical application submissions, and recertification receipts. Tenants and landlords with Rental Relief Status # will have until March 31Street2022 to complete their applications. Any cases not fully completed by March 31Street2022 will be withdrawn from the status review process. Submitted cases are fully reviewed in accordance with program guidelines and the availability of treasury funding.

UniteCT is administered by the Department of Housing on behalf of the US Department of the Treasury. UniteCT is offering up to $15,000 in rent and electricity assistance on behalf of Connecticut families affected financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. UniteCT is stabilizing the rental housing market in CT by financially supporting these families with up to 80% of HUD’s Area Median Income (AMI).

-important documents-

UniteCT Guidelines
UniteCT Required Documents / Document Matrix
Landlord and Tenant Sharing Agreement

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Tenant Resources Owner's Resources English Resource Center

For assistance, please refer to the Tenant or Landlord Resources section above, or you can reach out to your relatives UniteCT Resource Center (above). If you need further assistance, please call 1-844-UniteCT (1-844-864-8328).

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-Other sources-

Please consider working with other stakeholders in the community to help your family recover from the pandemic:

www.ctusingsearch.org
www.affordablehousingonline.com
www.gosection8.com

Information about UniteCT may change as policy and updates are made from regulatory guidelines. Please refer to the website frequently to ensure that the software information you are referring to is the most current. UniteCT strives to make timely decisions on applications submitted in full but is not responsible for the amount of time required to place applications due to many circumstances.

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