Renters in the state of Missouri that are eligible for the Rental Assistance Program offered by SAFHR
Are you someone who leases their living space in the state of Missouri? Will COVID-19 have an effect on your finances in any way?
It is possible for you to receive assistance in paying your rent and utilities, in which case the assistance would be paid straight to your landlord or the utility company.
Prepare the following:
- A copy of your rental contract
- Document of identification (with a photo)
- Statement of past-due rent (s)
- Utilities invoices (s)
Check your Eligibility
To get an estimate of your monthly profits, utilize our simple tool.
Apply right away!
Proceed to the application system online.
After November 1, 2021, the SAFHR program will no longer pay pre-paid cards or payment applications. All payments must be made to a valid bank account or by check for a person or business. The SAFHR program is committed to assisting those in need, therefore please contact us if these payment methods do not work for you.
Do you have any queries about acceptable documentation, the maximum permissible income, or anything else? You’ve come to the right place.
Read our Frequently Asked Questions.
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What is a SAFHR, exactly?
Residents of Missouri who qualify for the State Assistance for Housing Relief (SAFHR) for Renters program may be eligible for financial assistance with their rent and utility expenses as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Am I qualified?
If you are a Missouri renter with an income that is at or below 80% of the area median income, you may be eligible for this program (AMI).
Conduct an AMI check.
The flyer can be downloaded here.