Rental Deposit Assistance

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-3800.7250

    Programs that provide cash grants or loans for people who are in the process of acquiring rental housing and who can handle the monthly rental payments, but who do not have the assets to pay the first month's rent, in some cases, the last month's rent, and any security deposits required to move in.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Basic Needs Assistance (First United Methodist Church) - Bridge HouseServes dinner Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at First United Methodist Church. Financial, medical, and housing services are also available during the community table dinners, including the following: - Assistance obtaining and purchasing prescriptions for clients (not including pain medications) - Limited dental assistance - Eyeglass prescriptions - Health insurance enrollment - Rent deposit and rental assistance - ID and birth certificate assistance - Bus fare and bus tokens - YMCA scholarship assistance - ARES thrift store clothing vouchers - Application assistance with SSI and SSDIBoulder CountyFirst United Methodist Church - Bridge HouseBridge House
    Basic Needs Assistance (Saint John's Episcopal Church) - Bridge HouseServes dinner on Friday evenings at Saint John's Episcopal Church. Financial, medical, and housing services are also available during the community table dinners, including the following: - Assistance obtaining and purchasing prescriptions for clients (not including pain medications) - Limited dental assistance - Eyeglass prescriptions - Health insurance enrollment - Rent deposit and rental assistance - ID and birth certificate assistance - Bus fare and bus tokens - YMCA scholarship assistance - ARES thrift store clothing vouchers - Application assistance with SSI and SSDIBoulder CountySaint John's Episcopal Church - Bridge HouseBridge House
    Case Management & Financial Assistance - Silver Key Senior ServicesProvides case management to seniors age 60+, as well as financial assistance around rent to prevent eviction, moving costs, and medical bills. For rent assistance, you will need a 3 day notice from the landlord to receive assistance. El Paso CountySilver Key Senior ServicesSilver Key Senior Services
    Family Rescue Ministry - Denver Rescue MissionThe Family Rescue Ministry has funding up to $1,200 dollars of the first month's rent and deposit for homeless families and seniors. Financial assistance to help the homeless, who a have monthly income, move into permanent housing. Provides: - First month's rent and security deposit (Rent cannot be more than 50% of monthly net income) - Once a client is approved they will receive food, clothing, furniture, and household items. - Matches each family with a mentoring team, who provides various types of services, support and coaching toward self-sufficiency. - Priority for clients when referred by an agencyDenver CountyHarvest Farm - Denver Rescue MissionDenver Rescue Mission
    Financial Assistance for Families - Holy Cross Lutheran ChurchProvides financial assistance for families with minor children living in the home (18 and under). This service is not zip code restricted. Financial assistance includes medical/dental bills, prescriptions, car repair, and other needs that come up for families. This location does not accept walk ins for financial assistance.El Paso CountyHoly Cross Lutheran ChurchHoly Cross Lutheran Church
    Financial Support for Women / Women 2 Women, IncProvides assistance to women for an immediate, one-time financial need that cannot be covered through any other source. Funds are distributed to the holder of the bill, not to the applicant directly. In return for assistance, recipients are asked to perform an act of kindness.Weld CountyWomen 2 Women, IncWomen 2 Women, Inc
    First Month's Rent Assistance Program (Fort Collins) - Neighbor to NeighborAssists clients with up to $500 for first month's rent. Clients can receive first month's rent assistance twice per lifetime (24 months must pass before being eligible for the second time), and must not have received any other financial assistance from Neighbor to Neighbor within the last twelve months. Clients will be required to attend a one-on-one housing counseling session with a housing counselor to discuss renters' rights, budgeting, and the new lease. This program does NOT cover deposit fees unless the client will be residing in subsidized or section 8 housing. Clients will be asked to participate in a follow up session. Assistance provided at Plymouth Congregational Church, 916 W Prospect Rd, on Fridays. Larimer CountyNeighbor to NeighborNeighbor to Neighbor
    First Month's Rent Assistance Program (Loveland) - Neighbor to NeighborAssists clients with up to $500 for first month's rent. Clients can receive first month's rent assistance twice per lifetime (24 months must pass before being eligible for the second time), and must not have received any other financial assistance from Neighbor to Neighbor within the last twelve months. Clients will be required to attend a one-on-one housing counseling session with a housing counselor to discuss renters' rights, budgeting, and the new lease. This program does NOT cover deposit fees unless the client will be residing in subsidized or section 8 housing. Clients will be asked to participate in a follow up session. Larimer CountyNeighbor to NeighborNeighbor to Neighbor
    Homeless Prevention Assistance (Stout St) - Salvation ArmyHousing Now assists families and seniors in securing and maintaining permanent housing. This is achieved through providing first month's rent and deposit assistance (up to $1500), low barrier/responsibility case management for a year, and community referrals. Families and seniors are responsible for finding affordable housing on their own, although the Salvation Army may have limited housing listings available.Denver CountyStout St - Salvation ArmySalvation Army Denver
    Homeless Prevention Financial Assistance for Crime Victims - San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource CenterAssists crime victims in meeting their long-term housing needs, enhancing and expanding community support, and providing low-barrier survivor-driven mobile advocacy by meeting survivors where it is safe and convenient for them.Alamosa CountySan Luis Valley Immigrant Resource CenterSan Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center
    Homeless Prevention Financial Assistance for Veterans (Colorado Springs) - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Provides homeless prevention services on a case by case basis, such as rent assistance, security deposit and 1st mo rent help, etc. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)
    Housing Services - Colorado House NetworkOffers eligible clients referrals to permanent affordable housing and short-term emergency housing. Very limited financial assistance is provided for security deposit, eviction prevention, rent and short hotel stays.Denver CountyColorado House NetworkColorado House Network
    Military Financial Assistance - USA CaresProvides financial and advocacy assistance to post 9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans, and their families. Out of StateUSA CaresUSA Cares
    Rental and Security Deposit Assistance - Douglas/Elbert Task ForceOffers one-time help as funds are available. Funds are very limited. 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. Funding available until exhausted. Douglas CountyDouglas/Elbert Task ForceDouglas/Elbert Task Force
    Rent, Mortgage and Utility Payment Assistance - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentOffers one-time-only rent, utility and/or mortgage assistance to Broomfield residents only. These costs can include arrearages, more than one-month’s rent, and first-month’s rent/deposit for current Broomfield residents.Broomfield CountyMain Office - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    Security Deposit Assistance - Almost HomeProvides one-time only security deposit assistance up to $500 on a case-by-case basis for low-income families and single individuals who are moving within Adams County. Unit must undergo inspection and must have been built after 1978. Addendum to be signed by landlord; usually not more than half of deposit will be available in assistance. Adams CountyAlmost HomeAlmost Home
    Security Deposit/First Month's Rental Assistance - Denver Human Services (DHS)Provides security deposit assistance to individuals and families who have lived in Denver a minimum of 60 days and whose income is at or below 225% of the Federal Poverty Level. Households who apply for assistance are responsible for finding their own housing.Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Self Sufficiency Grants - Modest Needs FoundationProvides a one-time emergency grant to those who are working. Funding is dependent upon crowdsourcing and therefore not guaranteed. These include the following scenarios: - Help with an unexpected bill (car repair, medical expense, etc.) - Help with a regular monthly bill that a person is now having trouble with due to an unexpected expense that had to be paid (someone paid for car repair and now cannot pay rent) - Help with a regular monthly bill that cannot be paid due to temporary loss of income (hours cut at work, sick leave, new job but have not been paid yet). This grant can cover needs such as rent, mortgage, utility bills, medical bills, phone bill, automobile bills, etc.Out of StateModest Needs FoundationModest Needs Foundation
    Stepping Stones of Windsor / First United Methodist Church of WindsorMonetary assistance to individuals and families who are struggling with temporary emergency financial situation.Weld CountyFirst United Methodist Church of WindsorFirst United Methodist Church of Windsor

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