Homeless Motel Vouchers

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-1800.8500-300

    Programs that provide homeless people with a temporary place to stay (usually one to three nights), generally utilizing a hotel or motel with which the referring agency has a prior agreement, but in some cases, temporary lodging selected by the individual. Also included are programs that provide vouchers for use in one or more of the community's homeless shelters.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Client Services (Castle Rock) - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoProvides a variety of services including: - Emergency food boxes - Gas cards - Furniture - Utility bill assistance - Emergency motel vouchers - Referrals for naturalization and immigration services, ESL classes, and individual and family counseling This location also provides seasonal assistance such as: - School supplies - Winter coat drive - Thanksgiving and Christmas assistance Douglas CountyCastle Rock - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Cold Weather Motel Voucher Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)Provides motel vouchers to ensure homeless families are kept together in a safe and temporary place to stay, until a more permanent housing solution is identified. Motel vouchers are issued October 1st - April 30th based upon availability and the following: - Temperature is 40 degrees or below - Last resort, on a case-by-case basis - When all shelters are filled or there is a verified, extenuating circumstance that prevents a person from staying in a shelter After April, exceptions will only be made through direct email communication from Denver Human Services in regards to the weather forecast for the week. Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Emergency Assistance - Crossroads Ministry of Estes ParkOffers emergency assistance ONLY to individuals and families of the Estes Valley who are temporarily in need, with the following types of assistance: - Food - Partial rent or utility bills - Prescription assistance - Emergency short term lodging (e.g. motel voucher) - Clothing vouchers - Household goods vouchers - Showers or laundry services vouchers - Gasoline, transportation in an emergency, or other emergency needs may be considered **Individuals stranded in Estes Valley can also call for assistance. Larimer CountyCrossroads Ministry of Estes ParkCrossroads Ministry of Estes Park
    Emergency Shelter Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)Offers year-round motel vouchers for Denver County families with children. Also provides year-round medical respite beds for Denver County single men, single women, and pregnant women if there is a verified medical condition with a doctor-issued medical statement. To access a respite bed, clients are referred by Denver Health or Stout Street Clinic. Families with children under the age of 18 with 30 days of residency in Denver will be eligible for up to 12 vouchers in a 12-month period. From October - April, when the temperature is at or below 40 degrees and shelters are at capacity, vouchers will be provided for one night only after 7 p.m. for Denver County residents. Out-of-county/out-of-state residents will be referred to their County of origin first and then local area shelters for accommodation on a short-term basis, before being considered for a one-time voucher. Proof of residency is not required for single-night vouchers during cold weather days when temperatures drop below 40 degrees. Out-of-county, out-of-state individuals will be eligible for one voucher only (i.e., once in a lifetime). See Helpful Tips below for locations where motel vouchers may be available.Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Homeless Motel Assistance (220 W 4th St) - Caring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource CenterProvide short term emergency housing on a case by case basis.Chaffee County220 W 4th St - Caring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource CenterCaring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource Center
    Homeless Motel Assistance - Aspen Mine CenterProvides financial assistance for motels on a case by case basis for homeless low income households. Teller CountyAspen Mine CenterAspen Mine Center
    Motel Vouchers for Single Men, Single Women and Families (900 Jefferson County Pkwy) - Jefferson County Human ServicesProvides motel vouchers for homeless single adults and families who are Jefferson County residents only and meets eligibility requirements. Vouchers are provided on a one-time basis for two to three nights, depending on availability. Vouchers are not based on weather criteria (i.e., vouchers are not given due to severe weather).Jefferson County900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy - Jefferson County Human ServicesJefferson County Human Services

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