Temporary Rental Housing Assistance Program (TRHAP)

In order to help pay residents' rent due to the pandemic, the State of Connecticut has created the Temporary Rental Housing Assistance Program (TRHAP) to respond to the housing issues associated with the advent of COVID-19.
Check on status of the next assistance program

The TRHAP program is closed, but a new program is forthcoming.

  • This new program will work to administer $237 million from the federal government for rental assistance
  • Accepted participants will be reassessed in 3-month intervals
  • This new program includes a utility assistance component

“We got Full approved $4000 was added to my tenant ledger!

Thank you for all your assistance!”

“I know that only doing your job, but I thank you for the effort you put into it to make this happen for me.

I am very grateful and appreciative.”

“I truly hope all is well.  First I’d like to thank you so much for all of your help with this process.  I was approved and my landlord has received payment.”

“I wanted to thank you for being so helpful and nice!
Thank you very very very much!”

 

 

The HomeOwnership Center was able to assist 448 families with over $1,415,000 in assistance through the course of the TRHAP program.