State law provides a reimbursement program for Connecticut renters who are elderly or totally disabled, and whose incomes do not exceed certain limits. Persons renting an apartment or room, or living in cooperative housing or a mobile home may be eligible for this program. Renters' rebates can be up to $900 for married couples and $700 for single persons. The renters' rebate amount is based on a graduated income scale and the amount of rent and utility payments (excluding telephone) made in the calendar year prior to the year in which the renter applies. Application may be made at the town social service agency, or the Assessor's Office, depending on the town, between April 1st and October 1st.
2016 RENTERS REBATE SITES
IMPORTANT NOTE: The City of Hartford will only be processing applications for renters who are currently residing in Hartford. All other Renters from surrounding towns must contact their municipality for information about the application process in their town.
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a comprehensive plan for improving the health and quality of life of people who live, work, and play in Hartford. It was developed by Health and Human Services Department in collaboration with other agencies and organizations, which helped determine the plan’s priorities, goals, and strategies. The CHIP provides guidance to the department, its partners and stakeholders.
If your apartment is deemed unfit for occupancy by the City of Hartford you may be eligible for Relocation Assistance pursuant to Connecticut's Uniform Relocation Assistance Act. The City of Hartford will assist you in finding replacement housing Click here for more information
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