The Move-In Assistance and Eviction Prevention Program (MIA&EP) provides funding to persons who have a diagnosed and documented mental illness who are currently homeless or at risk of homelessness.  These funds can be used for the first month’s rent, damage deposit, apartment application fees, eviction prevention (rental assistance), and utilities.

Please Note: Applicants must have a diagnosed and documented serious mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorder and currently be receiving behavioral health services to qualify for this program.

Applicants must complete their application with the assistance of a behavioral health or social services provider (e.g. therapist, case manager), or a representative from the agency where they are receiving services.

Please review the MIA&EP Program Guidelines and FAQs for more information about eligibility criteria, application requirements and processing, and other frequently asked questions:
MIA&EP Guidelines 

In order to approve and process the application, all sections of the application must be filled out completely and all supporting documents must be included at time of submission.

**Applications must be completed properly and with all necessary supporting documents included in order to be reviewed**

For all further inquiries about the MIA&EP Program and to submit completed applications, please email


Click here to access the application!