Eviction Prevention Legal Assistance

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    Taxonomy Code: FT-4500.1800

    Programs that provide assistance for people are being evicted, either wrongfully or with reason, from their apartments or other rental property. Also included are programs that attempt to prevent eviction and possible homelessness by providing mediation services to negotiate a compromise between an individual and the landlord.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Eviction and Housing Issues Assistance (Denver) - Colorado Legal ServicesProvides free legal services in different housing situations for individuals and families within 200% of federal poverty guidelines such as: - Evictions - Landlord/tenant disputes - Other housing issues Also provides these same services to seniors without regard to income.Denver CountyDenver - Colorado Legal ServicesColorado Legal Services
    Rental, Security Deposit, and Eviction Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)Provides rental, deposit, and eviction assistance to low-income families when funds are available for the following: - Current month's rent - First month's rent - Eviction assistance - Past due balance up to 2 months - Legal/late fees Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Student Law Office (Sturm College of Law) - University of DenverLaw students handle civil and criminal cases for low-income and indigent people. Civil cases include: Day labor wage and hour claims, employment discrimination, domestic violence protection orders, and eviction defense. Criminal cases include: City ordinance and misdemeanor offenses, juvenile cases, and criminal record sealing cases. No traffic, DUI/DWAI, or felonies cases are handled.Denver CountySturm College of Law - University of DenverUniversity of Denver

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