Welcome! You are probably on this page because a renter or their case manager told you we needed information from you to provide them assistance. We do need information from you. The following is what we need and why.
Requirements of Tennant’s
YCAN programs require applicants to be enrolled in case management with a community partner organization. Their case manger submits the application to YCAN on their clients behalf. In the circumstances a Tennant needs rent assistance are required to provide their case manger with a copy of their lease and a W9 from the landlord.
If a Tennant does not have a lease agreement, a landlord can fill out Landlord Verification Printable Form.
Landlord Verification of Amount Owed
In some cases, we may need confirmation of the amount owed by your tenant. This form can be used to submit the information directly to our staff.
Landlord IRS W-9 Form
We need a W-9 form completed to issue a payment to you. The W-9 gives us the correct tax identification number for possible reporting of income to the IRS. It also ensures that we are verifying names and addresses to send out checks with the correct information. The IRS requires us to issue 1099 to anyone we pay rent to more than $600.
You can print your W-9 form and upload it below. Please note that our form is HIPPA protected.
You may also mail the W-9 to YCAN at PO Box 600 Basin, Wyoming 82410. Please be aware sending by mail can delay payment, you can also email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will I receive the check? You will receive a check for the amount owed that the applicant qualified for via US Postal Service. You can also request to be paid by ACH. If you chose this option, our payment center with Align will call you to set this up.
How long does it take to receive a check? It may take up to two weeks once the applicant has been approved. Applicants don’t always have the documentation correctly submitted and the timing of mail delivery in Wyoming is not always predictable.
You do not have to provide the Landlord Verification, nor are you obligated to participate in the program.