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The City of Colorado Springs is pleased to partner with Catholic Charities to implement the second round of our Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funding. Funded by the American Rescue Plan Act, ERAP is designed to assist low-income renters impacted by the direct and indirect economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

This program aims to stabilize households by assisting with rent, utilities, and other costs associated with housing for a limited amount of time.

Catholic Charities will manage applications and pay all approved requests on behalf of the City of Colorado Springs as of October 10, 2022. The program will remain in place while funds are available. The application process is online through the Neighborly platform. Application materials are available in Spanish, as well.


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If you have a pending ERAP application submitted through the State of Colorado’s Neighborly portal, please direct all application inquiries to your case manager from the State.

Tenants and landlords (on behalf of an eligible tenant) may apply. Who is eligible?

  1. Tenant must live within the city limits of Colorado Springs and residing in the property for which rental assistance is needed as primary residence;
  2. One or more adults in the household demonstrate a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability;
  3. Tenant must be able to provide a current lease or alternate acceptable proof of tenancy where the tenant is responsible for rent payments; and
  4. The Tenant’s combined household income must fall at or below the program income limits (below).


2022 ERAP Income Limits

2022 ERAP Income Limits

# of people in household










80% of area median income









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