Stand up! Whether or not you are affected by housing instability, you can act today to improve your situation or your community as a whole.

Lincoln recently received $13.45 million in federal funds to help residents, including money to help with past housing/utility debt.
Apply for assistance today at or call 402-413-2085.

Lincoln Tenant
Assistance Project
Free legal representation to those facing eviction. The Project provides training and support to volunteer attorneys to represent tenants with eviction cases in Lancaster County Court in a limited scope capacity. Volunteer, donate, or contact the Project for assistance.

COVID-19 eviction resources
 From Legal Aid of Nebraska, here are answers to frequently asked questions about the current CDC eviction moratorium, with links to resources and relevant forms, as well as contact information to get legal help if you or someone you know are facing eviction. 

Collective Impact Lincoln
Collective Impact Lincoln is an intensive initiative seeking to connect the capital city’s core neighborhoods with civic power. Volunteer with this in-depth project and help lift up the city’s core neighborhoods.

The Eviction Lab
An interactive national database of evictions. Research eviction rates across the U.S. and learn where our community and state fits in using. Then, share this research with neighbors, local leaders and elected officials.

City of Lincoln
2020 Affordable Housing
Coordinated Action Plan
The plan, finalized in November 2020, outlines strategies and partnerships to protect and enhance the health, safety, economic opportunity, and quality of life in Lincoln. Read the plan and give city leaders your thoughts.


Contact Your Elected Officials
Share your concerns about housing affordability and the eviction crisis with the Lincoln City Council, the Lancaster County Board of Supervisors, and local state senators.