|Basic Needs Assistance (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource Center||The Center for Family Opportunity provides ongoing help with basic needs assistance and in-depth support. Offers integrated bundled services in the areas of:
- Workforce development (i.e., job search support, one-on-one career coaching, free educational workshops, small business resources, computer classes, computer lab, career closet, resumes and interview assistance, job fairs/hiring events information)
- Financial coaching and financial empowerment classes
- Emergency financial assistance (i.e., rent, mortgage, gas bills, electric bills, propane bills, pellets, firewood)
- Public benefits enrollment (i.e., SNAP, Medicaid)
- Resources and referrals to other agencies
||Jefferson County||Mountain Resource Center||Mountain Resource Center|
|Basic Needs-Catholic Outreach||Provides basic needs to the public, including clothing, prescription assistance, travel assistance, basic household needs when available (pots and pans, blankets, dishes, etc.)
Travel assistance is granted on a case by case basis. Includes gas vouchers for folks travelling through Mesa County.||Mesa County||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach|
|Battered Women Support - Domestic Violence Initiative for Women with Disabilities||Support and safety services, which include peer support, crisis counseling, affordable housing counseling, resource referrals and navigation, human service and victim compensation paper work assistance, domestic violence awareness counseling, Address Confidentiality Program assistance, education and awareness, advocacy, safety planning, and emergency financial assistance.
Emergency financial assistance will provide victims with rent, prescriptions, phones, food, clothing, bus tickets, gas, and other miscellaneous financial assistance that are needed for client's safety. DVI will also provide financial assistance towards relocation.||Denver County||Domestic Violence Initiative for Women with Disabilities||Domestic Violence Initiative for Women with Disabilities|
|Case Managment - Silver Key Senior||Case Management by appointment. Call to schedule an appointment. Case Managers contact clients, assess their needs and work to coordinate in-house and community resources to meet needs. Financial assistance may be available for those suffering temporary financial hardships. For rental assistance must have a 3 day notice in order for Silver Key to assist with rent.
Case managers regularly assist clients in...
-accessing financial benefits from Federal, County, and local sources
-maintaining or securing affordable housing
-accessing legal assistance
-obtaining dental, medical and mental health care
-obtaining physical aids like eyeglasses and hearing aids
-nutritional counseling and planning for adequate food supplies
-obtaining safety or adaptive equipment
||El Paso County||Silver Key||Silver Key Senior Services|
|Crisis Hotline - Mountain Peace Shelter||This agency provides a multitude of services. The 24 / 7 Crisis hotline is one of them. It provides referrals to local resources for basic needs (food, clothing, rent and uba)
||Park County||Basic Needs - Mountain Peace Shelter||Mountain Peace Shelter|
|Emergency Aid - Aspen Community Church||We provide emergency aid in the form of food vouchers, bus vouchers, clothing (through Thrift Shop of Aspen) and a limited amount of direct assistance for utilities, rent, prescriptions, gas, etc.||Pitkin County||Aspen Community Church||Aspen Community Church|
|Emergency Assistance - Catholic Charities Weld County||Weld County Emergency Assistance:
It’s more than money. We help families in crisis get back on their feet. We help low-income families and individuals to pay their housing or utility bills. We serve residents of Weld County.
||Weld County||Catholic Charities Weld County||Catholic Charities Weld County|
|Emergency Assistance - Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park||Offers emergency assistance to individuals and families of the Estes Valley who are temporarily in need, including the following types of assistance:
- 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
Also administers the TEFAP food program during regular business hours.||Larimer County||Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park||Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park|
|Emergency Assistance - Gilpin County Department of Human Services||Limited rent, food, and medical assistance is provided (as funds are available) for income-eligible Gilpin County residents.||Gilpin County||Gilpin County Department of Human Services||Gilpin County Department of Human Services|
|Emergency Assistance - La Salle Ministry Alliance||The La Salle Ministry Alliance is four congregations working as ONE body of believers. Together we have accomplished greater things than each congregation could by working independently.
Emergency assistance,||Weld County||La Salle Ministry Alliance||La Salle Ministry Alliance|
|Emergency Assistance - Las Animas Helping Hands||Provides emergency assistance for the following needs:
- Utilities disconnection prevention
- Obtaining other sources of fuel for heat
- Emergency food
- Paying rent
- Prescriptions assistance
- Gasoline for transportation to medical appointments
- Transportation to medical appointments||Bent County||Emergency Assistance||Las Animas Helping Hands|
|Emergency Financial Assistance||Catholic Charities provides emergency financial assistance for individuals and families in need of rent assistance, utility assistance, dental care, transportation, and more. After conducting a thorough assessment of the clients’ needs, we may also direct them to other agencies that can provide further assistance. Please call to make an appointment.||Pitkin County||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope|
|Emergency Financial Assistance||Catholic Charities provides emergency financial assistance for individuals and families in need of rent assistance, utility assistance, dental care, transportation, and more. After conducting a thorough assessment of the clients’ needs, we may also direct them to other agencies that can provide further assistance. Please call 970-384-2060 or stop by 1004Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs for more information.||Eagle County||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope|
|Emergency Financial Assistance||Catholic Charities provides emergency financial assistance for individuals and families in need of rent assistance, utility assistance, dental care, transportation,and more. After conducting a thorough assessment of the clients’ needs, we may also direct them to other agencies that can provide further assistance. Please call to make an appointment.||Garfield County||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope||Catholic Charities of the Western Slope|
|Emergency Financial Assistance - Association of Montrose Churches||Association of Montrose Churches can provide financial assistance for individuals and families in Montrose county. This agency may be able to provide financial assistance for:
- Rental Assistance
- Utility Bill Assistance
- Other financial emergencies
Clients may be required to participate in an interview with the agency to determine if they are able to provide financial assistance for the client's needs.||Montrose County||Association of Montrose Churches||Association of Montrose Churches|
|Emergency Financial Assistance - The Pinon Project Resource Center||Provides financial assistance to individuals residing in Montezuma and Dolores Counties who are in need of mortgage, rent, and utility bill assistance.
Applicants are required to apply for LEAP between the months of November 1st and April 30th when asking for utility assistance.
Applications are reviewed once per week, and must be submitted prior to 11:00 am on Wednesday.||Montezuma County||Individual and Family Services - The Pinon Project Family Resource Center||The Pinon Project Family Resource Center|
|Emergency Funds - Broomfield FISH||Limited emergency financial assistance is provided for rental assistance to residents of Broomfield County. Also provides information and referral for other emergency services.||Broomfield County||Broomfield FISH||Broomfield FISH|
|Emergency Funds (Castleton Ct) - Douglas County Department of Human Services||Provides limited emergency funds on a case-by-case basis for households once a year. Financial assistance is generally provided for rent and utilities, but may include:
- Rent or mortgage
- Motel costs (homeless individuals only)
- Utility bills
- Burials||Douglas County||Castleton Ct - Douglas County Department of Human Services||Douglas County Department of Human Services|
|Eviction Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)||Rental assistance is available to individuals and families who have a verifiable emergency preventing them from being able to pay rent and are able to demonstrate the ability to maintain the expense. Applicants cannot pay more than 60% of their net earnings for housing.||Denver County||Denver Human Services (DHS)||Denver Human Services (DHS)|
|Family Support Program - Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)||Provides help to individuals who are facing a crisis or unable to afford their basic needs. The goal is to help clients realize their strengths and gain self-sufficiency. In addition to providing mortgage, rent, and utility assistance to qualifying clients, the following types of assistance are provided:
- One-on-one budgeting education
- Connecting clients to resources for employment, housing, domestic violence, medical, and more
- Family goal-setting
- Assistance with higher education or obtaining GEDs
- Money saving tips to lower energy bills
- Loan modifications on mortgages
- Partial payment assistance with urgent dental, vision, or upcoming medical procedures||Summit County||Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)||Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)|
|Financial Assistance for Wounded Veterans - Operation First Response||Operation First Response supports our nation’s Wounded Heroes and their families with financial aid based on individual needs ranging from rent, utilities, vehicle payments, groceries, clothing, and travel expenses.||Out of State||Operation First Response||Operation First Response|
|Financial Assistance-Life Assistance, River Center of New Castle, Inc.||Providing assistance with rent, utilities, etc.||Garfield County||River Center of New Castle, Inc.||River Center of New Castle, Inc.|
|Food Bank and Emergency Assistance - LiftUp of Routt County||Provides the following forms of assistance for individuals and families in need:
- Homeless services
- Food bank
- Utilities||Routt County||LiftUp of Routt County||LiftUp of Routt County|
|Food Pantry and Limited Financial Assistance - Parker Task Force for Human Services||Provides food and limited financial assistance for rent, utilities (e.g., gas, electric, water, heat), and medical needs for residents of Parker, Elizabeth and Franktown. Clients may visit the food bank 10 times per lifetime, with some exceptions for special circumstances. Senior clients are not limited to 10 visits and may visit the food bank twice a month.||Douglas County||Parker Task Force for Human Services||Parker Task Force for Human Services |
|General Assistance - Morgan County Family Center||Morgan County||Morgan County Family Center||Morgan County Family Center|
|Grand Valley Catholic Outreach||Social service agency dedicated to helping people meet basic human needs while they are in emergency situations. Client is interviewed to determine needs. Clients must come to Outreach office during office hours to apply; no assistance given over the telephone.
Catholic Outreach provides limited assistance for rent (see below), utilities, prescriptions, fuel for vehicles & other necessities. Has food bank, free clothing & household goods.Rental Assistance: Guests' needs will be addressed when they arrive for assistance. Must have an eviction notice for rental assistance.
||Mesa County||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach|
|Grants to Families - The Home Front Cares||The Home Front Cares (THFC) is a non-profit corporation that offers emergency "bridge" financial assistance for urgent necessities, including rent / mortgage, utilities, transportation (car repair, payment, insurance) to military service members, veterans and their families.||El Paso County||Grants to Families for Basic Needs - Home Front Cares||The Home Front Cares, Inc.|
|Housing Services - Denver Colorado AIDS Project||Offers eligible clients referrals to permanent affordable housing and short term emergency housing. Limited financial assistance is provided for security deposit, eviction prevention, rent and short hotel stays.||Denver County||Denver Colorado AIDS Project||Denver Colorado AIDS Project|
|Housing Support - Bridge House||The rental assistance program supports the working poor to stay in their homes and assists homeless individuals in obtaining housing and resources.||Boulder County||Bridge House||Bridge House |
|Mortgage/Foreclosure Prevention and Rent and Utility Assistance - Adams County Housing Authority||Provides foreclosure prevention and mortgage counseling. Counselors assist the clients in preparing budgets and advocate on clients' behalf with landlords, mortgage companies, or with the public utility company. Each household that receives assistance is also provided with counseling through ACHA’s Housing Counseling department.
When funds are available, also provides rent and utility assistance. A rent and utility assistance workshop will be offered on Monday, April 17th, 2017 from 8:45 a.m. - 11 a.m. Interested individuals must attend a workshop to apply for assistance.||Adams County||Adams County Housing Authority||Adams County Housing Authority|
|Mortgage/Rent/Utility Assistance - Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo||Provides rent or mortgage payments for clients whose payments are delinquent and who meet eligibility requirements.
Also assists families or individuals with delinquent electricity, gas, or water bills.
Assistance for both programs is limited to once per year, three times per lifetime.||Pueblo County||Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo||Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo|
|Outreach (SLV) - La Puente||The Outreach Dept. provides homeless prevention services to individuals and families experiencing crisis in the San Luis Valley. We endeavor to restore an individual's confidence in living self-sufficiently by supplying rent and utility assistance, household provisions, and by engaging the individuals' strengths with community resources.
||Alamosa County||Organizational/Community/International (SLV) - La Puente||La Puente|
|Rental and Security Deposit Assistance - Douglas/Elbert Task Force||Offers one-time help as funds are available. Individuals may seek up to $250 for either rent or a security deposit. Application for rental assistance should be made during the month before the help is actually needed.||Douglas County||Douglas/Elbert Task Force||Douglas/Elbert Task Force|
|Rental Assistance - Arapahoe County Department of Human Services||When funds are available, a rent voucher may be provided for U. S. citizens or permanent legal U.S. residents who are disabled or over 60. Available one time only. Most subsidized housing facilities will accept rent vouchers, and in some cases will also accept voucher in lieu of security deposit. Verify with landlord or management company ahead of time.||Arapahoe County||Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)||Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)|
|Rental Assistance (Aspen Ridge Dr) - Sister Carmen Community Center||Throughout the year financial assistance is provided to clients with limited rent or mortgage needs based upon the availability of funding.||Boulder County||Aspen Ridge Dr - Sister Carmen Community Center||Sister Carmen Community Center|
|Rental Assistance-Catholic Outreach||Rental assistance program. Must have an eviction notice and lease agreement to apply. Is limited to a one time use per lifetime.||Mesa County||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach||Grand Valley Catholic Outreach|
|Rental Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)||Rental Assistance is provided to low income persons when funds are available.||Denver County||Denver Human Services (DHS)||Denver Human Services (DHS)|
|Rental Assistance - Evergreen Christian Outreach||Provides limited financial assistance for rental assistance.||Jefferson County||Evergreen Christian Outreach||Evergreen Christian Outreach|
|Rental Assistance - Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)||Limited resources and funds to help individuals with rental assistance.||Boulder County||Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)||Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)|
|Rental Assistance- Salvation Army||This program offers emergency financial assistance to individuals at risk of losing housing||Eagle County||The Salvation Army (Eagle County)||The Salvation Army National Headquarters|
|Rental Assistance (Yarmouth Ave) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Limited financial assistance is provided to pay for rent and mortgages.||Boulder County||Yarmouth Ave - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)|
|Rent and Utility Assistance - Loaves and Fishes Ministries of Fremont County||Assistance is available to low income individuals and families to help pay bills for mortgage, rent, natural gas, propane, electricity, and water. All assistance is background checked and payments are made directly to vendors, assistance is available to each household once per year.
||Fremont County||Homeless Prevention Emergency Assistance||Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County|
|Rent and Utility Assistance - Mountain Family Center||Utility assistance is provided on a one-time basis within a 12 month period for Grand County residents.
Provides one-time homelessness prevention assistance for those who cannot pay rent or mortgage and are at risk of losing their housing due to financial difficulties.||Grand County||Mountain Family Center||Mountain Family Center|
|Rent Assistance Eviction Prevention (Fort Collins) - Neighbor to Neighbor||Provides emergency rent assistance to keep households from being evicted. Eligible clients may receive up to $350 once per calendar year, and the amount awarded cannot exceed one month's rent and can only be provided in the month of application.
Complete applications and supporting documents must be submitted for consideration; there is an income requirement that the Housing Counselor will review with the client.
||Larimer County||Neighbor to Neighbor||Neighbor to Neighbor|
|Rent Assistance Eviction Prevention (Loveland) - Neighbor to Neighbor||Provides emergency rent assistance to keep households from being evicted. Eligible clients may receive up to $350 once per calendar year, and the amount awarded cannot exceed one month's rent and can only be provided in the month of application.
Complete applications and supporting documents must be submitted for consideration; there is an income requirement that the Housing Counselor will review with the client.
||Larimer County||Neighbor to Neighbor||Neighbor to Neighbor|
|Rent Assistance - Salvation Army Loveland Center||Offers rent assistance to Loveland and Berthoud residents who are behind on their payments. Does not cover rent deposits or first month's rent. A household may receive assistance once in a 12 month period.
The Service Center will be accepting appointments for rent. The client will need to call to schedule an appointment for rent assistance at 11 a.m. on the last business day of the month. The interview will be scheduled for the first business day of the following month.||Larimer County||Salvation Army Loveland Service Center||Salvation Army Loveland Service Center |
|Rent (Calhan) - Reach Pikes Peak||Serves the Eastern portion of the El Paso County outside city limits of Colorado Springs.
Offers rent assistance by appointment. Assistance depends on funding availability and funding source restrictions.||El Paso County||REACH Pikes Peak - Calhan Office||REACH Pikes Peak|
|Rent - (Fountain) - Reach Pikes Peak||This program is designed to address rent. No deposit or first month's rent is available with this service. Mortgage assistance is also not currently available. Once the matter has been taken to court REACH can not assist. Rent is available once in a year's time with a maximum of 3 times during a lifetime. Must call to schedule an appointment. Assistance depends on funding availability and funding source restrictions. Unable to assist active duty military.
||El Paso County||REACH Pikes Peak - Fountain Office||REACH Pikes Peak|
|Rent - Holy Cross Lutheran Church (HCLC)||HCLC offers rent assistance to those in need with children living in the home (under 18). ***MUST HAVE CUSTODY of those children in the home to be eligible.*** Have to be able to cover rent after 150.00 is paid. Assistance for all zip codes. NO MOTEL/HOTEL ASSISTANCE.||El Paso County||Basic Needs - Holy Cross Lutheran Church||Holy Cross Lutheran Church (HCLC)|
|Rent - Mercy's Gate||This is a walk in service by lottery for those living in the zip code areas of 80907, 80908, 80909, 80915, 80917, 80918, 80919, 80920, 80921, 80922, 80923, 80924, 80927, 80938, 80951. To receive this help, show up Mondays at 4pm for assistance.
||El Paso County||Mercy's Gate||Mercy's Gate|
|Rent / Mortgage Assistance - Lincoln County||Individuals and families, that qualify, may be able to get help with:
rent or mortgage if you have an eviction notice
motel costs if you are homeless||Lincoln County||Basic Needs - Lincoln County||Lincoln County|
|Rent - Reach Pikes Peak||Reach Pikes Peak will assist with rent and mortgage for those living in 80901, 80903, 80905, 80906, 80907, 80909, 80910, 80916, and 80926. To be eligible, but be at 150% or below poverty level, must have demand of payment (eviction notice not necessary), must have landlord/management company information (name, phone number, contact person, tenant name, address of property, regular monthly rental amount, and total amount of delinquency). The rent program is unable to help with deposit, first month rent, or late charges that are not a part of the rent itself. This assistance is available once in a 12 month period and 3 times total in a lifetime.
HOUSEHOLD SIZE MAXIMUM GROSS MONTHLY INCOME
1 $ 1,485
2 $ 2,005
3 $ 2,525
4 $ 3,045
5 $ 3,565
6 $ 4,085
7 $ 4,605
8 $ 5,125
9 $ 5,645
10 $ 6,165||El Paso County||REACH Pikes Peak - Downtown Office||REACH Pikes Peak|
|Rent (Teller) - Help the Needy||Provides assistance with rent and other services on a case-by-case basis for Teller county residents.||Teller County||Basic Needs (Teller) - Help the Needy||Help the Needy|
|Rent - Tri-Lakes Cares||Tri-Lakes Cares assists residents of their service area with rent. Contact agency for more details on rent assistance. Must be a client for services.||El Paso County||Basic Needs - Tri-Lakes Cares||Tri-Lakes Cares|
|Rent - Westside Cares (WSC)||WSC evaluates for rental assistance for residents of the West side ONE DAY PER MONTH.
On the third Monday of the month, WSC screens households for rental assistance. All households must sign in by 9:00 am (doors open at 8:30 am). At 9:00am the households who are signed up are given a number for a lottery drawing.
Screening is based in part on :
-living west of I-25, in El Paso County
-must have been in house for at least 6 months
-must have a source of income
-must never have received rental assistance from WSC before
-must have lease or rental agreement
-must have all of current month's rent paid before WSC will help with the last $300 of next month's rent
||El Paso County||Westside Cares (WSC)||Westside Cares|
|Stepping Stones of Windsor - First United Methodist Church of Windsor||Offers monetary assistance to individuals and families who are struggling with temporary emergency financial situation. Clients must have residency in the Windsor, Severance area. This is for EMERGENCY assistance only.
-Rent assistance-eviction status with notice in hand
-Utility shut-off assistance-shut off status with notice in hand
||Weld County||First United Methodist Church of Windsor||First United Methodist Church of Windsor|
|Utility Shutoff / Eviction Aid - Rifle Adventist Community Service Center||Assistance for people with utility shutoff notices or evictions notices to keep their utilities on or stay at their place of residence on a one time only basis.||Garfield County||Rifle Adventist Community Service Center||Rifle Adventist Community Service Center|
|Veterans' Assistance (Carr St) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters||Assists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining the entitlements they deserve. Services include:
- forms preparation for disability claims
- widow's claims
- referrals for employment, resume writing, interview skills
- rental and gas, water, electric, sewer bill assistance, as funds are available (cannot exceed $500); funds generally available August - December||Jefferson County||Carr St - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters||Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters|
|Veterans Emergency Assistance - Saving Our Soldiers||Provides emergency assistance to Veterans facing eviction, disconnection of utility service, or homelessness.||Larimer County||Saving Our Soldiers||Saving Our Soldiers|
|Veteran Support Services (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource Center||Offers a wide variety of services for veterans and their families including:
- Financial support for rent, mortgage, gas bills, electric bills, pellets and firewood
- Gas vouchers (e.g., VA medical appointments, job interviews/trainings, mental health appointments)
- Mental health counseling (8 paid sessions)
- Employment assistance (e.g., job search, computer skills classes)
- Forms assistance and advocacy with VA disability claims
- Referrals to other veteran support services for assistance with housing needs, transportation (e.g., mileage reimbursements, car repair needs)||Jefferson County||Mountain Resource Center||Mountain Resource Center|