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OTHER FREE RESOURCES available to tenants facing an eviction or loss of housing subsidy:

ONLINE LEGAL HELP
Visit CTLawHelp to learn about the eviction process and how to respond to eviction notices.

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RENTAL ASSISTANCE
Get referred to a community agency that can help you apply.

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2-1-1 HELPLINE
Get information and referrals for housing, utility, and food assistance.

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A Connecticut renter facing eviction is 49% less likely to be forced to leave their home if they have a lawyer.

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The housing instability caused by eviction reinforces a legacy of housing discrimination. A right to counsel moves us towards recognizing housing as a fundamental human right.

MELISSA MARICHAL

Staff Attorney – Connecticut Fair Housing Center

Eviction Help CT is administered by the Connecticut Bar Foundation

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