The Texas Eviction Diversion Program helps Texas tenants stay in their homes and provides landlords an alternative to eviction. The TEDP may provide up to six months of rental assistance for eligible tenants who are behind on their rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have been sued for eviction. Both the tenant and the landlord must agree to participate and meet the requirements. This temporary program is a unique partnership between the Supreme Court of Texas, Texas Office of Court Administration, and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA). ยท  The TEDP uses a special court process that allows courts to put eviction lawsuits on hold and divert them to the TEDP. Under the TEDP, lump sum payments are provided to landlords for rental arrears in exchange for allowing tenants to remain in their homes and forgiving late fees.

Please click on the links listed below. Each form must be filled out, signed and returned via email or United States Postal Service

Email: nkarakurt@capbv.org or USPS:

TEDP-BVCAP
P.O. Drawer 4128
Bryan, Texas 77805-4128

Brochure on the TED program

TEDP-Tenant Application

TEDP-LLForm Cert

TEDP-Tenant Cert

For more information on the Texas Eviction Diversion Program please contact Norma Karakurt at 979-595-2801 ext 8007