Rent Assistance

The MCCAC Rent Assistance Program works to help households who are facing an eviction notice and/or who are at risk of losing their housing.

Eligibility requirements for this program vary from grant to grant, as well as the amount and length of time we are able to assist a particular household.

MCCAC's Housing Case Managers work with households to determine the best course of action we think will be most helpful to the household.

Also keeping in mind that we often do not have ample funds to help all households who are requesting assistance.

At the time of your appointment households are asked to bring in the following information.

  • Social Security numbers for everyone in the household,
  • Identification for all members in the household over 18,
  • Verification of all household income 30 days prior to the appointment
  • An eviction notice from landlord. 

Funds are very limited for these programs so we try and make the best use of them.



Recipients of MCCAC's housing program funds are asked to consent that their household data be entered into a computerized record-keeping system called ServicePoint, which is managed by Northwest Social Service Connections (NWSSC). The following is NWSSC's  Privacy notice, adopted and slightly edited by MCCAC.

  • Our agency enters personal and demographic information about you into a computerized record-keeping system.
  • The information is used to plan delivery of services & to provide statistical information for setting goals and showing outcomes.
  • The information you provide will be used for administrative and operational purposes, to improve, provide and coordinate services.
  • The information you provide will be used for functions related to payment or reimbursement for services, to monitor program effectiveness, and to prepare reports and statistical information without personal identifying information.
  • You have a right to refuse to let us enter and share your household data. If you have safety concerns, please share these with a staff member.You will not be denied services even if you refuse to consent to share your data.
  • Your personal information may be seen and shared among staff members, select community service providers, and either system administrators or program funders who maintain the computerized record-keeping system.
  • You have a right to see your electronic record and ask for any corrections.
  • You have a right to file a grievance if you feel you have been harmed in some way by the use of the computerized data system.


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