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Monacan Indian Nation accepting applications for emergency rental assistance

Monacan Indian Nation accepting applications for emergency rental assistance

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Monacan Indian Tribe

Two members of the Monacan Indian Nation hold hands during a ribbon- cutting ceremony for the tribe’s new headquarters in February. “The possibilities for the site here in Madison Heights are endless,” Branham said. “We’ve got a lot of big plans in place and for the first time in my life, I think all of them are realistic and obtainable.”

The Monacan Indian Nation has announced the Amherst County-based tribe now is accepting applications for a new emergency rental assistance program to help the community.

The assistance is on a first come, first serve basis to those who qualify (non-Native Americans as well) and affected by COVID-19. The aid is to provide relief for those behind in rent, utilities, etc. For applications visit and schedule an appointment by calling (434) 363-4864. Applications also are available at the tribe’s office at 111 Highview Dr., Madison Heights.

The emergency rental assistance funds will be available through Dec. 31, according to an April 8 notice from Monacan Indian Nation.

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