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Urban League of Kansas Housing Program provide answers to questions about buying a home and information about landlord responsibilities and tenant rights. The goal is to empower people to achieve economic self-sufficiency through homeownership and mutually beneficial landlord-tenant relationships. 

Workshops and classes coming soon: 

Homebuyer Workshop

Landlord-Tenant Rights and Responsibilities

Financial Planning and Budgeting

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Kansas Eviction Prevention Program

Deadline: November 30, 2020

Are you struggling to pay rent due to Covid-19?

The Kansas Eviction Prevention Program (KEPP) may be able to help. The Kansas Eviction Prevention Program, funded through the CARES Act, authorized by Governor Kelly’s SPARK Task Force, and administered by Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC), provides rental assistance to households that have missed one or more rental payment(s) due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How it Works

  • Landlords and tenants apply via a joint online process.

  • If the application is approved, the landlord receives rental assistance funds directly from KEPP.

  • Landlord accepts KEPP funds as rental payment and waives late fee(s) for the month(s) assistance is awarded.

  • Approved tenants are eligible for a maximum of nine months of assistance, not to exceed $5,000 per household.


Referrals to Community Resources


Urban League of Kansas has been in Wichita, Kansas for over 65 years now and has established working relationships with private and public service agencies that may be able to assist clients in areas where the Urban League does not have expertise. Urban League staff are trained to successfully diagnose each client’s needs and determine the best resource to help them meet those needs. 


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Urban League of Kansas, Inc.

2418 E 9th St N, Wichita, KS 67214

Phone: 316-262-2463


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