Rental Assistance applications are prioritized based on need.
If you have a pending court date or received a notice for eviction due to non-payment of rent, please let us know on your application.
Short-term rent assistance currently has funds available for households with:
- a court eviction summons or eviction notice due to non-payment of rent
- an approved rental unit with move-in date
- a person actively leaving an unsafe living situation
- a veteran
- a person 58 or older
- a person receiving TANF as income
Other applications will be considered if funds are available after the priority applications are served.
NeighborImpact does not maintain a waitlist.
Have the following documents READY to upload. Incomplete applications will be denied.
- For all adults 18 and over:
- 60 days proof of gross income
- Copy/picture of ID (can be from another state/country)
- 60 days bank statements (just monthly ending balances)
- Signed Rental agreement (Make sure your rent amount is current)
- Copy of past due balance from landlord
- Copy of court eviction summons or notice to vacate due to non-payment of rent
- Copy of move-in paperwork (if requesting deposit assistance)
How do I get help?
The first step to getting help is applying. Please remember to read the checklist of what other documents we need with your application.
Here is our Short-Term application:
You can also pick up an application from our offices in Bend, Redmond, or Madras. If you need support or need us to mail you an application, please give us a call.
Types of Rent Assistance programs:
Short Term Rent Assistance can be for eviction prevention or move-in costs, including security deposit help.
Medium Term Rent Subsidies are available through referral only and consist of deposit and rental assistance with concurrent case management and supportive services
How do I qualify?
We have several funding sources, each with different requirements, so please apply if you need help. We will determine which program best fits your situation. We prioritize applications that are behind on rent or have identified housing with a move-in date.
Where can you help?
Central Oregonians residing in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties or the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. We are not able to help outside this service area but can give you information for resources in your region.
What we cannot help with:
Housing search/identifying housing
How to contact us: