Crisis Assistance provides emergency pre-approved assistance to Anoka County residents in a non-housing resolvable crisis situation. These funds may be used for a variety of purposes such as prescription drugs, medical equipment, etc. Complete applications (with verification) are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Crisis Committee. This financial assistance is limited and provided as funds are available.
ANOKA COUNTY COVID-19 RENTAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE
ACCAP received funding from Anoka County to support Anoka County residents who are behind on rent payments due to COVID-19. If you have past due rental payments from March 2020- current, please complete the application.
You can fill out the application online and then email to firstname.lastname@example.org or print it out and mail it to 1201 89th Ave NE, Suite 345, Blaine, MN 55434.
Staff will review your application and call you within 10 business days to let you know if you are approved.
Your self-attestation is your personal certification that you have been affected by COVID-19, and falsification of information may result in denied application and/or legal action.
NOTICE: Unless restricted by law, email correspondence to and from Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP) may be public data subject to the Minnesota Data Practices Act and/or may be disclosed to third parties. Community Action: Helping People. Changing Lives.
Please fax or email your application along with one month proof of income and estimates from licensed, bonded/insured contractors.
Crisis Assistance FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
What are the requirements to apply for Crisis Assistance?
You must be in a crisis situation to apply and the crisis must be resolvable. You must be a permanent resident of Anoka County.
Does ACCAP assist with past due or first month’s rent?
ACCAP no longer has crisis assistance funds for any housing.