Provides housing to individuals and families at several metro Denver area properties:
- Foothills Green, low to moderate rent rates, 72 units
- Arapahoe Green Town Homes, low to moderate rent rates, 60
- Willow Green Town Homes, low to moderate rent rates, 60
- Sheraton Ridge, low to moderate rent rates, 65 units
- Green Leaf, low to moderate rent rates, 55 units
Family Services Program provides year-round assistance and developmental programs to youth and families who reside within the affordable housing communities. The Family Services program focuses on youth development, family support, and community building.
To change lives by providing housing and supportive services that engender a safe environment and teach community skills for families with very low to moderate incomes.
Rocky Mountain HDC was incorporated in 1995 when founding board members decided to address the need for affordable family housing in Metro Denver. Rocky Mountain HDC's is affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Church of Christ.
With the organization of Rocky Mountain HDC, the board first focused on developing housing for low-to-moderate income families, believing that the key aspect of family well-being is access to safe, decent and affordable housing. While the initial goal was to increase the number of housing units for low-to-moderate income families, board members and staff began to recognize that families need more than affordable housing to stabilize their lives - many were struggling to recover from challenges like homelessness, unemployment, and single parenting. Through the creation of the Family Services Program, Rocky Mountain HDC began to offer the support families need to improve their quality of life.
In January of 2012, the name was changed to Archway Housing & Services.