The resources included in this post are for informational purposes only and should not be considered an endorsement of citizens, services, or agencies by the Yellowstone Country Assistance Network. You are asked to contact these organizations directly for services, questions, comments, or concerns.
If you need to speak to someone about community rental resources available to you, Wyoming 211 connects you with nonprofits and government services in your area. If you would like personal assistance, dial 2-1-1 or 888-425-7138. They are open 8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday.
CSBG Park and Hot Springs Co. Rent Assistance
Rent Financial Assistance through CSBG funds in Park and Hot Springs Counties is available to residents in Park or Hot Springs Counties at or below 125% of the FPL. This program has limits; you may be required to pay a portion of the services requested or make payment arrangements with your landlord for the remaining balance. In order to receive rental assistance, each tenant will need an IRS form W9 from their landlord, which can be found on our landlord portal Applications can be completed at the following locations:
The Help Center Thermopolis Phone: (307) 864-3851
The First Stop of Park County Help Center Phone:(307) 296-6706
Wyoming Rapid Response
- This is a one-time emergency assistance.
- Available only in Wyoming
- Accessible only through community referral partners (Visit a One Stop to access)
- Wyoming Rapid Response Phone: 307-672-0475 or website: https://www.voanr.org/wyoming-rapid-response-fund
- Six funding categories (applicant must qualify under one)
- Loss of Home: Due to fire, flood, or other disaster; Rent and deposit – No mortgages; Utilities; Basic Household Items.
- Domestic Abuse: Person fleeing a domestic abuse situation; Rent and/or deposit – No mortgages; Utilities; Basic Household Items
- Avoiding Homelessness: Rent and/or deposit – No mortgages, Utilities, Childcare
Supportive Services for Veteran Families
- Provides eligible veteran families with outreach, case management, assistance obtaining VA benefits, other supportive services, and financial assistance.
- Rent/Utility Assistance, Rental/Utility deposits, Motel Bill Payment Assistance, Car repair, Bus Ticket, Household goods, and food Connection to VA resources/ benefits.
- Call 1-844-486-2838 or use the link below to pre-qualify.
Washakie County Rent Help @ WyoHelp
- Emergency Financial Assistance
- Available to Carbon, Crook, Goshen, Niobrara, Washakie, and Weston Counties
- Phone: 307-532-0269
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Apply online at https://www.wyohelp.com/financial-help.html.
Find Affordable Housing Units
Click the links below for a listing of affordable rental units in Wyoming.
- Cody Area Rental Guide List
- Cody Affordable Housing Units
- Powell Affordable Housing Units
- Thermpoplis Affordable Housing Units
- Worland Affordable Housing Units
- Lovell Affordable Housing Units
- Greybull Affordable Housing Units
Find Housing Subsidies
You may want to look into housing subsidies if you cannot make regular monthly rent payments.
Section 8 Housing
Powell, WY 82435
Hours: 8 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday
Cheyenne Housing Authority
- Main Line: (307) 633-8333
- Senior Services Main Line: 307-635-2435
- Family Self Sufficiency: (307) 633-8329
- VASH: (307) 633-8329
Find Housing Counseling Agencies
If you need counseling for rent, mortgage, default, purchasing a home, or budgeting, we have listed some agencies that can help you.
Wyoming Housing Network
- Wyoming Housing Network, Inc.
- Financial Management, Budget Counseling,
- Home Improvement and Rehabilitation
- Counseling, Mortgage Delinquency, and Default
- Resolution Counseling, Non-Delinquency Post
- Purchase Workshops Pre-Purchase Counseling.
- Phone (307) 472-584
- Website: www.whninc.org
Wyoming Community Development Authority
WCDA Homeowner Program
WCDA Homebuyer Programs
- (307) 265-0603
Condition of Rental Checklist
This is a condition of the rental property checklist you can use when renting a new house or apartment.
Housing Legal Assistance
If facing eviction, don’t hesitate to contact Legal Aid of Wyoming. Visit www.lawyoming.org or call 1-877-432-9955 for Legal AIn addition, they may be able to provide other legal assistance to eligible ERAP renters living in Wyoming, such as:
- Lease agreement advice/negotiation
- Eviction defense
- Disputes that could lead to eviction
- Financial issues directly related to the home you rent (disputes about security deposits, damages claims, late fees, etc.)
- Issues related to the safety of the home you rent
- Financial matters affecting your ability to maintain or obtain housing, such as debt collection defense; federal benefits (SSI/SSDI); employment matters (FMLA, disability accommodations); and consumer protection actions to obtain tenant funds lost to scams.
The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault provides legal aid services for survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking. These legal services are for eligible ERAP renters living in Wyoming. Visit www.wyomingdvsa.org/legal-program or call 307-755-0992.