Resources for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
State agencies are working together with local private sector partners to help people who are experiencing housing crisis find their way through it. Together with the private sector housing market, agencies are also doing what they can to help ensure that the housing market in North Dakota is strong and ready to serve residents' needs. It’s essential that we pay attention to housing if we want to continue to grow North Dakota’s economy.
- Struggling to Pay Your Rent? ND Rent Help can provide temporary assistance with rent and past-due utilities for eligible renters at risk of eviction.
- Homeless and Domestic Violence Shelters in North Dakota
- Affordable housing properties in ND: There are several searchable databases that can help you find a list of affordable housing properties in your community.
- Mortgage Relief Options and Protections - Most homeowners are protected under federal law from foreclosure. Learn more, visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website.
- Eviction Prevention Assistance - Prevention is the most cost-effective way to reduce homelessness. Helping people stay in their current homes, makes homelessness rare. Rapidly rehousing people, makes homelessness brief, and providing in-depth case management and other support services, makes stability possible.
- FIND HELP. Contact the Community Action Agency in your community to learn more about eviction prevention resources available locally.
- Heating assistance through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and other helpful economic assistance programs
- Mediation services for renters and housing providers
- Understanding Rental Housing Rights and Responsibilities
- Landlord and Tenant Rights – Information from the ND Apartment Association
- Tenant Rights – ND Attorney General
- Legal Services of North Dakota
- About the Eviction Process in North Dakota – ND Supreme Court
- Tools for Landlords with Tenants Impacted by COVID-19
For more information, contact these state agencies: