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    Programs that pay all or a portion of the electric service expenses of people whose electricity has been or is at risk of being shut off. Also included are non-emergency programs like those funded through the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), also referred to as LIEAP or HEAP in some states, that provide home energy assistance, generally in the form of a credit, for low-income households that apply. The assistance is usually available once per calendar year (or heating season). Electric service payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.

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    Basic Needs Assistance (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource CenterThe 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 CountyMountain Resource CenterMountain Resource Center
    BHEAP (Black Hills Energy Assistance Program) - Black Hills Energy - Pueblo OfficeProvide customers bill-payment assistance for eligible residential customers who enroll in the program.Pueblo CountyBlack Hills Energy - Pueblo, Colorado OfficeBlack Hills Energy
    Bill Payment Assistance - Black Hills EnergyProvides gas and electric bill payment assistance for eligible residential customers.Douglas CountyBasic Needs - Black Hills EnergyBlack Hills Energy
    Cancer Coalition of Southwest ColoradoProvides one-time grants for financial assistance for non-medical expenses and gas cards. Grants can be awarded for needs such as: - Rent assistance - Household expenses - Groceries - Utility bills La Plata CountyCancer Coalition of Southwest ColoradoCancer Coalition of Southwest Colorado
    Catholic Charities of Central Colorado Castle Rock OfficeCatholic Charities of Central Colorado Castle Rock Office serves nearly 80 households per month with various programs including utility and food assistance as well as ESL classes and counseling. Staff continues to work with local area providers to determine gaps of service, where additional services are needed, and how Catholic Charities can help. Catholic Charities is also a member of the Douglas County Community of Care Network, a network of agencies working together to address poverty and homelessness in Douglas County. The office primarily serves Douglas, Park and Elbert counties Services Offered: Emergency Assistance We are able to meet with clients Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at our Catholic Charities office in Castle Rock. We assist with emergency food boxes, gas cards, furniture, and – depending on availability of funds – with utility bills and emergency hotel stays. Clients must go through the application process and meet with a staff member who will assess their needs. We are also a referral source for those who need assistance from the Naturalization and Immigration Services offered in the Colorado Springs office. Douglas County Winter Shelter Network On November 1st, the first Winter Shelter Network opened in Douglas County. The network provides overnight shelter for up to 40 women and children during the coldest months of winter. Catholic Charities Castle Rock played an important role in the development of the network, where 8 local churches will host the shelter on a rotating basis. Catholic Charities (CC) will also serve as a Coordinated Point of Entry for mom’s entering into the shelter. This gives CC case managers, who have relied on limited funds for emergency hotel stays, another tool in providing emergency sheltering in Douglas County. If you live in Douglas County and are experiencing homelessness, contact us at 720-215-4521 English As A Second Language Classes Mondays and Thursdays 6:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 2746 E. 5th Street, Castle Rock September through May with breaks following the Douglas County school calendar Counseling Individual and Family Seasonal Assistance School Supply Drive Winter Coat Drive Thanksgiving Turkeys Christmas Giving Trees Strive to Thrive Resource Fair Douglas County Cares Referral Source & FacilitatorDouglas CountyCastle Rock - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Client Services - Help the NeedyHelp the Needy clients are supported by assisting them with their financial and other issues, creating a “recovery plan” for each of them, so that with counseling they can achieve financial stability. The organization offers budget and credit counseling and job search assistance as well as financial help when needed. This assistance includes: Rent/Mortgage payment Utility payment Computer training Budget counseling Legal assistance/referral Firewood Job opportunities/resume writing Food and clothing bills Car payment/repair Medical billsTeller CountyHelp the NeedyHelp the Needy
    Department of Human Services (DHS) - Lincoln CountyThe Lincoln County Department of Human Services offers a multitude of services for those seeking financial assistance, adult / child protection, medicaid, food stamps etc. AVAILABLE PROGRAMS Adult Protection Aid to the Blind Aid to the Needy Disabled Child Care Assistance Program Child Support Enforcement Child Welfare Services - Child Protection, Adoption, Foster Parenting, Permanency Planning, CORE Services Colorado Works - TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) Food Assistance Program – SNAP- LEAP - Low Income Energy Assistance Program Medicaid - including Baby Care and Kids Care programs and Medicaid Transportation CHP+ Old Age Pension Options for Long Term Care - services provided in partnership with Kit Carson County, phone 719-346-8732Lincoln CountyHugo - Lincoln County Department of Human ServicesLincoln County
    Emergency Assistance - Catholic Charities / (Weld County)Our regional office serves all the residents of Weld County. The office collaborates with over 100 agencies, companies, parishes to provide excellent care and ministry services throughout these communities.Weld CountyEmergency Assistance - Catholic Charities Weld CountyCatholic Charities / (Weld County)
    Emergency Assistance - Community Budget CenterProvides financial assistance for a number of emergency needs. Typically assistance of up to $100 per year, per household is offered to assist individuals and families with the following needs: - Clothing - Medical Bills - Utilities (Gas, Electric, Heating, Water) - Gasoline - Rent Assistance - Prescriptions - Motel Vouchers Funds are available on the first of the month on a first come, first served basis.Moffat CountyCommunity Budget CenterCommunity Budget Center
    Emergency Assistance - Cooperating MinistryProvides a variety of assistance to residents of Logan County. Logan CountyCooperating MinistryCooperating Ministry
    Emergency Assistance - Crossroads Ministry of Estes ParkOffers emergency assistance 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 Assistance - La Salle Ministry AllianceThe 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 CountyLa Salle Ministry AllianceLa Salle Ministry Alliance
    Emergency Assistance - Las Animas Helping HandsProvides 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 appointmentsBent CountyEmergency AssistanceLas Animas Helping Hands
    Emergency Funds (Castleton Ct) - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesProvides 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 - Prescriptions - BurialsDouglas CountyCastleton Ct - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesDouglas County Department of Human Services
    Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) - First Presbyterian ChurchFirst Presbyterian Church offers utility assistance through Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) funds. Call for an appointment to receive EOC funds. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP before you can receive EOC assistance**Chaffee CountyFirst Presbyterian ChurchFirst Presbyterian Church
    Energy Outreach Colorado Utility Bill Assistance (UBA) - Mercy's GateEnergy Outreach Colorado (EOC) assists with utility providers other than Colorado Spring Utilities, such as Black Hills Energy, Mountain View Electric Association, etc. (This service does not cover water bills) This service is not zip code restricted and is offered on a walk in basis by lottery. To receive this help, show up Monday at 4:00 p.m., Wednesday at 9:00 a.m., or Thursday at 9:00 a.m. Must be present when they open their session at 4:00 p.m. on Mondays or 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday or Thursday for assistance. Will need to bring proof of ID for the adults in the home, social security numbers for all household members (card not required but do at least need everyone's number), proof of income, and if the person has a disconnect notice have them bring that, if not they have to at least be late (past the due date on the bill). **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP before you can receive EOC assistance** El Paso CountyMercy's GateMercy's Gate
    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 proceduresSummit CountyFamily and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
    Family Support Programs - Tri-County Family Care Center, Inc.Provides the following types of support for individuals in Bent, Crowley, and Otero counties: - Information and referrals to emergency and basic needs - Utility (gas, electric) assistance for those with shut off notices - Wood and propane, if needed - Foster, adoption, pregnancy and kinship support groups and trainings/workshops - Parenting classes - Family building activities - Budgeting classes - Family advocacy - CPR, first aid, universal precautions, and medication administration classes for child care providers and foster parents - Car seat inspections, installations and education - Respite care for ill or disabled children - Respite care for seniors Otero CountyTri-County Family Care Center, Inc.Tri-County Family Care Center, Inc.
    Financial Assistance for Wounded Veterans - Operation First ResponseOperation 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 StateOperation First ResponseOperation First Response
    Financial Assistance-Life Assistance, River Center of New Castle, Inc.Providing assistance with rent, utilities, etc. SERVICES PROVIDED ONLY to residents in New Castle and Silt.Garfield CountyRiver Center of New Castle, Inc.River Center of New Castle, Inc.
    Food Bank and Emergency Assistance (Steamboat Springs) - LiftUp of Routt CountyProvides the following forms of assistance for individuals and families in need: - Food - Medical Expenses - Gas vouchers and fuel cards - Rent/Mortgage - Utilities (gas, electric, water, propane, and sewer) Other LiftUp programs provide scholarships for first generation and low-income students, job coaching, and healthy snacks for children.Routt CountySteamboat Springs - LiftUp of Routt CountyLiftUp of Routt County
    Food Pantry and Limited Financial Assistance - Parker Task Force for Human ServicesProvides 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 CountyParker Task Force for Human ServicesParker Task Force for Human Services
    General Assistance - Morgan County Family CenterMorgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    Grants to Families - The Home Front CaresThe Home Front Cares serves all of Colorado's military community—every branch of service, active duty, Guard, Reserve or veteran. In order to qualify for assistance, those applying must be suffering a hardship that is in some way tied to their military service. If you or your family are in financial need, and you qualify for our assistance we can help with: Rent Utility bills Car payments/insurance/small repairs Other essential life expenses or emergency costs Our financial aid consists of grants, typically paid to your landlord, utility company or other vendor/service provider. When you are referred to The Home Front Cares, one of our case workers moves quickly to review your application and send it to our Case Review Committee (CRC). The CRC is comprised of five board members, three of whom must approve the grant via an electronic "drop box." When the CRC approves your case, checks are cut almost immediately, except on weekends and holidays. We will verify your military service along with financial needs, but we are built to move fast. Many of our grants are approved in 24 to 48 hours.El Paso CountyHome Front CaresThe Home Front Cares
    Heat Wave Utility Assistance (Non-LEAP Season) - Denver Human Services (DHS)Assistance is provided to low income Denver County Residents one-time from July 1st - September 30th for the following: - Xcel utility shut-offs (Funds approved will not exceed $200.00) - Furnace/air conditioning repairs (Funds approved will not exceed $1000.00) For furnace/air conditioning repairs, individuals must have applied and been denied by the Crisis Intervention Program (1-855-469-4328). Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    LEAP - Chaffee CountyLEAP (low income energy assistance program) is administered through the county's dept. of Human Services (DHS) Leap is for the winter season from Nov 1st - April 30th. A household must apply for this assistance each year during this time. Applications are available at the county office or by calling the Heat Help line (see "other" number below)Chaffee CountyBasic Needs - Chaffee CountyChaffee County
    LEAP (Rio Grande) - Rio Grande CountyLEAP for fuel assistance is administered through the local county government and the dept of Social Services (DSS).Rio GrandeBasic Needs (Rio Grande) - Rio Grande CountyRio Grande County
    LEAP (Teller) - Teller County Dept of Social ServicesLEAP is a utility assistance program that is available during the "winter season." The "winter season" is from November 1 - April 30th each year. Anyone seeking financial assistance with their utility bill MUST apply for LEAP during this time of year first. Applicatons available and accepted after Nov 1st until April 30th.Teller CountyBasic Needs (Teller) - Department of Social Services (Teller)Department of Social Services (Teller)
    Low Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Alamosa CountyLEAP (Low Energy Assistance Program) is designed to help low-income households with winter home heating costs. The program operates from November 1st through April 30th each year. Eligible households receive one benefit per program year. Since LEAP is not intended to pay the entire costs of home heating, it is important to keep current with payment of your heating bill.Alamosa CountyDepartmnet of Human Services (Alamosa) - Alamosa CountyAlamosa County
    Low Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Cheyenne CountyLEAP (Low Energy Assistance Program) is designed to help low-income households with winter home heating costs. The program operates from November 1st through April 30th each year. Eligible households receive one benefit per program year. Since LEAP is not intended to pay the entire costs of home heating, it is important to keep current with payment of your heating bill. Call to have a LEAP application mailed to you or go into the Cheyenne County Department of Human Services to pick up an application. Will need to fill out LEAP application and then fax or mail the completed application and all supporting documents to (719) 767-5101 or P.O. Box 146 Cheyenne Wels, Colorado 80810.Cheyenne CountyDepartment of Human Services (DHS) - Cheyenne CountyCheyenne County
    Low Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) (Saguache) - Saguache County Dept of Social ServicesLEAP (Low Energy Assistance Program) is designed to help low-income households with winter home heating costs. The program operates from November 1st through April 30th each year. Eligible households receive one benefit per program year. Since LEAP is not intended to pay the entire costs of home heating, it is important to keep current with payment of your heating bill. Call to have a LEAP application mailed to you or go into the Saguache County Department of Social Services to pick up an application. Will need to fill out LEAP application and then fax or mail the completed application and all supporting documents to the local LEAP mailing address and fax number.Saguache CountySaguache - Department of Social ServicesSaguache County
    Low Income Energy Assistance (LEAP) - Department of Human Services (Weld)The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is a federally funded program designed to help qualifying low-income households cover part of their winter home heating costs from, November 1st - April 30th. Once benefits are approved, LEAP can provide a financial credit directly to the heat supplier, or it can place the credit on a QUEST card to pay for a heating source such as wood, coal, propane, or for heat billed on a shared meter.Weld CountyDepartment of Human Services (Weld)Department of Human Services (Weld)
    Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Conejos CountyThe Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is designed to help eligible, low-income households with winter home heating costs. LEAP is available from November 1 - April 30 each year. LEAP is a mail in program. All applications need to be mailed to Goodwill who will be processing these cases. Call (866) 432-8435 to receive an application.Conejos CountyDepartment of Social Services (Conejos)Conejos County
    Mortgage/Rent/Utility Assistance - Catholic Charities Diocese of PuebloProvides 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 CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Outreach Services - La PuenteOutreach's mission is to provide homeless prevention services to individuals and families experiencing crisis in the San Luis Valley. In addition to providing veteran, rental, utility, medical, and crisis intervention assistance and advocacy, the Outreach Team works in partnership with individuals to identify and overcome barriers, and restores confidence in order to live self-sufficiently in an economically struggling community. Outreach services aims to stabilize families on the brink of experiencing homelessness or assist families already experiencing homelessness with reintegration by providing services such as rental, utility, medical, and dental assistance.Alamosa County929 State Ave - La PuenteLa Puente
    Rent and Utility Assistance - Loaves and Fishes Ministries of Fremont CountyAssistance 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 CountyHomeless Prevention Emergency AssistanceLoaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County
    Stepping Stones of Windsor - First United Methodist Church of WindsorOffers 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 CountyFirst United Methodist Church of WindsorFirst United Methodist Church of Windsor
    Utilities - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoClient Services at CCCC offers Utility bill assistance (UBA) through COPE funds. UBA is by Walk-in Only one day a week at 9 am. First come, first served. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Utilities - City of Colorado Springs (CSU)Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) provides El Paso County with electric, natural gas, water, waste water, and streetlights services.El Paso CountyBasic Needs - Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU)Colorado Springs Utilities
    Utilities - COPE (UBA) - Westside Cares (WSC)Utility bill assistance (UBA) is available for those who qualify between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and again on Thursday evening from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. This is a zip code restricted location. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountyWestside Cares (WSC)Westside Cares
    Utilities - Costilla CountyLEAP (Low Energy Assistance program) This program helps defray heating costs during the winter. Winter season is from November 1st - April 30th each year. This assistance is based on income guidelines and one must apply for it. Apps taken starting November 1st. Applications sent before that start date are returned.Costilla CountyBasic Needs - Costilla CountyCostilla County
    Utilities - Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM)*Seniors 60+ must go to Silver Key, cannot use ESM Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM) assists clients that qualify with utility bill assistance Monday through Thursday by appointment only. MUST RESIDE East of I-25 in zip codes 80903, 80905, 80906, 80907, 80909, 80910, 80916, 80926 for utility assistance **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountyEcumenical Social Ministries (ESM)Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM)
    Utilities (EOC) - Aspen Mine CenterEnergy Outreach Colorado (EOC) is a utility assistance program facilitated through the Aspen Mine Center for Teller County. **This is a limited utility assistance.** Call for specific eligibility and if funds are available.Teller CountyBasic Needs (Teller) - Aspen Mine CenterAspen Mine Center
    Utilities - Holy Cross Lutheran Church (HCLC)HCLC offers utility assistance through COPE funding to those in need with children living in the home (under 18). Assistance for all zip codes. Call to schedule an appointment for assistance with COPE funding.**Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.**El Paso CountyBasic Needs - Holy Cross Lutheran ChurchHoly Cross Lutheran Church (HCLC)
    Utilities - Mercy's GateUtility Bill Assistance (UBA) through COPE funds is offered on a walk in basis by lottery. To receive this help, show up Monday at 4:00 p.m., Wednesday at 9:00 a.m., or Thursday at 9:00 a.m. Must be present when they open their session at 4:00 p.m. on Mondays or 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday or Thursday for assistance. Will need to bring proof of ID for the adults in the home, social security numbers for all household members (card not required but do at least need everyone's number), proof of income, and if the person has a disconnect notice have them bring that, if not they have to at least be late (past the due date on the bill) **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountyMercy's GateMercy's Gate
    Utilities - New Life ChurchNew Life Church distributes COPE funds / uba Procedures for COPE funds: Must drop off copies of required documents and the completed financial aid application at the main reception area at New Life Church. Application can be pick up at New Life Church's main reception area. Client will be contacted by phone for appointment. 1.Colorado Photo ID or Military ID 2 Colorado Springs Utilities Disconnect Notice 3. Two Recent Pay Stubs 4. Two months Bank Statements 5. Credit Card and Loan Statements 6. Attend a 4 week Financial Aid Class (Sunday evenings). * Free child care available.* 7. Recent cell phone bill 8. Auto insurance / registration 9. Nov 1-April 30 must show proof of approval from LEAP El Paso CountyBasic Needs - New Life ChurchNew Life Church
    Utilities - Peak Military Care Network (PMCN)Peak Military Care Network provides COPE assistance to active duty military, veterans and their families. All zip codes served. COPE assistance is provided by appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment (719) 577-7417. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance.** El Paso CountyPeak Military Care NetworkPeak Military Care Network (PMCN)
    Utilities - Reach Pikes PeakAll zip codes served. Utility Bill Assistance (UBA) is provided by appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance.** El Paso CountyREACH Pikes Peak - Downtown OfficeREACH Pikes Peak
    Utilities - Silver KeyCase Management Services at Silver Key offers Utility bill assistance (UBA) through COPE funds for those age 60+. UBA is by appointment only. First come, first served. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountySilver KeySilver Key Senior Services
    Utilities - The Salvation ArmyUtility bill assistance is available using COPE funds but is zip code restricted. Make an appointment for this service. Zip restricted: 80909, 80910, or 80916. **Nov 1- April 30 you MUST apply for LEAP and show proof of approval for LEAP before you can receive COPE assistance. If you have been denied LEAP for any other reason than being over income, you must re apply or submit missing information and then show approval of LEAP before you can get COPE. If you have been denied because of being over income, you can receive COPE. IF you are certain you are over the income guidelines for your household size, you can try to get COPE without applying for LEAP first.** El Paso CountyThe Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army
    Utilities - The Salvation Army Of Fountain ValleyUtility Bill Assistance (UBA) those receiving services from Mountain View Electric Association, Black Hills Energy, Colorado Springs Utilities, or the City of Fountain. UBA is on a case-by-case basis for residents of Security, Midway, Fountain, and surrounding areas. Call to schedule an appointment.El Paso CountyThe Salvation Army of Fountain ValleyThe Salvation Army
    Utilities - Tri-Lakes CaresTri-Lakes Cares assists residents in their service area with utilities. TLC does not provide assistance with Colorado Springs Utilities; anyone requesting utility assistance will be required to apply for LEAP when in open enrollment period, Must be a client. El Paso CountyTri-Lakes CaresTri-Lakes Cares
    Utility Assistance (Aspen Ridge Dr) - Sister Carmen Community CenterProvides financial assistance, through Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC), with gas and electric bills. Assistance depends on the availability of funding. Individuals calling between October - April must apply for LEAP first.Boulder CountyAspen Ridge Dr - Sister Carmen Community CenterSister Carmen Community Center
    Utility Assistance (Berthoud) - House of Neighborly ServiceProvides utility assistance for individuals with a shut off notice. During LEAP Season, Xcel Energy customers must apply for LEAP first. If an Xcel customer already has a disconnect notice, they need to notify the Human Services Department to expedite the LEAP application processing and avoid disconnection. If utility assistance is still needed, the letter of either approval or denial from LEAP is required by House of Neighborly to evaluate the client's situation. Serves the Thompson School District Larimer CountyHouse of Neighborly ServiceHouse of Neighborly Service
    Utility Assistance (EOC) - Denver Urban Matters (DenUM)Financial assistance for utilities: Calls are taken on Monday mornings. Must have proof of applying for LEAP if requesting assistance during LEAP season (November 1 - April 30).Denver CountyDenver Urban Matters (DenUM)Denver Urban Matters (DenUM)
    Utility Assistance - Evergreen Christian OutreachLimited financial assistance through Energy Outreach Colorado funds are available for gas and electric bills.Jefferson CountyEvergreen Christian OutreachEvergreen Christian Outreach
    Utility Assistance (Loveland) - House of Neighborly ServiceProvides utility assistance for individuals with a shut off notice. During LEAP Season, Xcel Energy customers must apply for LEAP first. If an Xcel customer already has a disconnect notice, they need to notify the Human Services Department to expedite the LEAP application processing and avoid disconnection. If utility assistance is still needed, the letter of either approval or denial from LEAP is required by House of Neighborly to evaluate the client's situation. Larimer CountyHouse of Neighborly ServiceHouse of Neighborly Service
    Utility Assistance - Metro CaringProvides limited financial assistance for light/gas bills to persons living in the Metro Denver area. Funds are available when budget allows.Denver CountyMetro CaringMetro Caring
    Utility Assistance - Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)OUR Center Basic Needs Program assists low-income families and individuals residing in the Saint Vrain Valley School District area with utilities and budget counseling.Boulder CountyOutreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)
    Utility Assistance Program (Fort Collins) - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyAssists with heat related utilities including the following, as funds are available: - Past due or shut off notices from Xcel, City of Fort Collins, REA - Propane - Pellets - Firewood Receives funding the first week of the month, once funding is received, will schedule utility assistance appointments.Larimer CountyFort Collins - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyCatholic Charities Larimer County
    Utility Assistance-Salvation ArmyUtility assistance for those at risk of being turned off. Must meet eligibility requirements.Eagle CountyThe Salvation Army (Eagle County)The Salvation Army National Headquarters
    Utility Assistance (Yarmouth Ave) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)Provides limited financial assistance for gas and electric utility bills.Boulder CountyYarmouth Ave - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)
    Utility Bill Assistance - City of ArvadaProvides financial assistance with Xcel bills to Arvada residents who are at risk of having their electric and/or gas service disconnected. Funding is only received from Energy Outreach Colorado. Jefferson CountyCity of ArvadaCity of Arvada
    Utility Bill Assistance (HEAT-HELP Line) - Energy Outreach ColoradoClients can get help with utility bills by finding the LEAP office in their county and requesting an application for LEAP (November 1st - April 30th), or by calling an Energy Outreach partner agency if they do not qualify for LEAP, or if it is not LEAP season. They may also request energy efficiency tips. Denver CountyEnergy Outreach ColoradoEnergy Outreach Colorado
    Utility Bill Assistance (UBA) - La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc. provides Energy Outreach Colorado assistance for utility bills to those who are eligible living in Alamosa, Costilla, Conejos, Rio Grande, Saguache, and parts of Mineral County (mostly Creede). Clients are encouraged but not required to call ahead.Alamosa CountyLa Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.
    Utility Shutoff / Eviction Aid - Rifle Adventist Community Service CenterAssistance 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 CountyRifle Adventist Community Service CenterRifle Adventist Community Service Center
    Veteran Support Services (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource CenterOffers 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 CountyMountain Resource CenterMountain Resource Center

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