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    Programs that pay all or a portion of the home heating fuel expenses of people who are unable to purchase the resources to heat their homes without assistance. 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 for low-income households that apply, usually once per calendar year; and programs that pay for firewood, propane, butane, kerosene, coal or other bulk fuels that are used for heating or cooking purposes in situations where people have no other means of acquiring them. Heating fuel payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.

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    Adult Programs - Department of Human Services (Sedgwick County)Adult ProgramsSedgwick CountySedgwick County - Department of Human ServicesSedgwick County - Department of Human Services
    Adult Programs - Yuma County - Department of Social ServicesAdult ProgramsYuma CountyYuma County - Department of Social ServicesYuma County - Department of Social Services
    Assistance Programs - Custer County Department of Social ServicesThe following programs are available for families and individuals: - Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) - Aid to the Blind (AB) - Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) - Colorado Works (TANF) - Medicaid - Food Stamps (SNAP) - Old Age Pension (OAP) - Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)Custer CountyCuster County Department of Social ServicesCuster County Department of Social Services
    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
    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 - Mammogram expenses The Cancer Coalition of Southwest Colorado can also connect cancer patients to other cancer resources in the community to help with a wide variety of other needs as well. La Plata CountyCancer Coalition of Southwest ColoradoCancer Coalition of Southwest 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
    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 County)Catholic 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 Assistance Services, Salvation Army Eagle CountyThis program offers emergency financial assistance to those who qualify. Services include but not limited to: - Rental Assistance - Utility Assistance - Food Boxes - Transportation Assistance, gas vouchers, bus tickets, dependent on funding availability - Auto Repair for stranded motorist and funding availability - Emergency Shelter (during road closures or emergency situations) Also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vail-Valley-Salvation-Army-199853103398009/Eagle CountyThe Salvation Army, Eagle CountySalvation Army National Headquarters
    Energy Assistance Program - Jackson County Social ServicesHelps 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.Jackson CountyJackson County Social ServicesJackson County Social Services
    Energy Outreach Colorado - Jackson County Social ServicesProvides assistance for heating bills that are only one month behind. Clients must have proof of making payments for the last three months.Jackson CountyJackson County Social ServicesJackson County Social Services
    Energy Outreach Colorado - Larimer County Department of Human ServicesProvides utility bill assistance through an Energy Outreach Colorado Grant to low income individuals in Larimer County. - Clients applying for grant at the same time as LEAP do not need to fill out a new application for this grant program - Clients not enrolled with LEAP must apply for LEAP first in order to apply for this program. Must bring Copy of Utility bill, Copy of ID - If client has already applied for LEAP, client must fill out and EOC application. Client does not have to be approved for LEAP, only proof that they have applied. - Client must not have received help in the past from any local EOC agency.Larimer County(Fort Collins) - Larimer County Department of Human ServicesLarimer County Department of Human Services
    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.
    Financial Services - Eagle County Department of Human ServicesFinancial services for those who are eligible. Financial Assistance Programs: - Colorado WORKS (TANF: FInancial assistance for families who are pregnant or have dependent children in the home - Old Age Pension (OAP: Cash benefits for adults over age 60 whose income is below the state's standard. - Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND: Financial assistance to those age 18-59 who have applied for Social Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. - Aid to the Blind (AB): Financial assistance for adults who are legally blind and who do not receive Social Security Insurance (SSI). - Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP): Winter heat assistance program for qualifying households. Program only available November 1 through April 30. NO application available until that time. Call Western Colorado 2-1-1 (dial 211) to have an application mailed to you during the LEAP season Eagle County HS Office Locations: Avon 100 W. Beaver Creek Blvd. #107 PO Box 3419 Avon, CO 81620 970-328-7026 Eagle 551 Broadway PO Box 660 Eagle, CO 81631 970-328-8840 El Jebel 0020 Eagle County Drive, Suite E El Jebel, CO 81623 970-328-9586Eagle CountyEagle County Department of Human ServicesEagle County Department of Human Services
    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
    Income Support Services - Grand County Department of Social ServicesGovernment Social Services Agency that provides programs and assistance to the people of Grand County. These programs include - Child support enforcement - Food Stamps (SNAP) - Low income Childcare (CCAP) - Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) - Old Age Pension (OAP) - AId to Needy and Disabled (AND) - LEAP, and other programs that provide income or needed services to residentsGrand CountyGrand County Department of Social ServicesGrand County Department of Social Services
    LEAP (7190 Colorado Blvd) - Adams County Human Services DepartmentHelps 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. ***There was an increase of the prior heating season’s benefits so each person that was approved during the LEAP season (between the Nov 1 2016 thru April 30, 2017 heating season) received $125 and a notice was sent to them informing them of the extra payment*** Adams County7190 Colorado Blvd - Adams County Human Services DepartmentAdams County Human Services Department
    LEAP (900 Jefferson County Pkwy) - Jefferson County Human ServicesHelps 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. Jefferson County's LEAP program is administered by Discover Goodwill of Southern & Western Colorado. ***There was an increase of the prior heating season’s benefits so each person that was approved during the LEAP season (between the Nov 1 2016 thru April 30, 2017 heating season) received $125 and a notice was sent to them informing them of the extra payment***Jefferson County900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy - Jefferson County Human ServicesJefferson County Human Services
    LEAP and CIP - Pueblo County Social ServicesThe 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. May provide immediate assistance when heating source is disconnected. Also provides the Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) is designed to assist with repair of the primary heating source (i.e., furnace). Repair of furnace usually within 3 days of referral.Pueblo CountyAdult ServicesPueblo County Social Services
    LEAP - Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)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.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)
    LEAP - Colorado Department of Human ServicesThe 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. Applications are taken and processed at the county level. ***There was an increase of the prior heating season’s benefits so each person that was approved during the LEAP season (between the Nov 1 2016 thru April 30, 2017 heating season) received $125 and a notice was sent to them informing them of the extra payment***Denver CountyColorado Department of Human ServicesColorado Department of Human Services
    LEAP - Denver Human Services (DHS)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. ***There was an increase of the prior heating season’s benefits so each person that was approved during the LEAP season (between the Nov 1 2016 thru April 30, 2017 heating season) received $125 and a notice was sent to them informing them of the extra payment*** Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    LEAP - Department of Human Services - (Sedgwick County)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.Sedgwick CountySedgwick County - Department of Human ServicesSedgwick County - Department of Human Services
    LEAP - Elbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe 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.Elbert CountyElbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesElbert County Department of Health and Human Services
    LEAP (Georgetown) - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe 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. Clear Creek CountyGeorgetown - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesClear Creek County Department of Health and Human Services
    LEAP - Gilpin County Department of Human ServicesThe 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. Gilpin CountyGilpin County Department of Human ServicesGilpin County Department of Human Services
    LEAP - Huerfano County Dept of Social ServicesThe 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.Huerfano CountyLeapHuerfano County Dept. of Social Services
    LEAP - Kiowa County Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Kiowa CountyPublic Assistance - Kiowa County Social ServicesKiowa County Department of Social Services
    LEAP - Las Animas Department of Human ServicesThe 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.Las Animas CountyPublic Assistance - Las Animas County Human ServicesLas Animas Department of Human Services
    LEAP - Logan County Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Logan CountyLogan County - Department of Social ServicesLogan County - Department of Human Services
    LEAP (Main Office) - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentThe 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.Broomfield CountyMain Office - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    LEAP - Moffat County Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Moffat CountyMoffat County Department of Social ServicesMoffat County Department of Social Services
    LEAP (Peak One Drive) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe 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. Summit CountyPeak One Drive - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    LEAP - Phillips County - Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Phillips CountyPhillips County - Department of Social ServicesPhillips County - Department of Social Services
    LEAP (PO Box 39200) - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesProvides the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP), 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. The Douglas County Low-income Energy Assistance Program is administered by Discover Goodwill of Southern & Western Colorado.Douglas CountyPO Box 39200 - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesDouglas County Department of Human Services
    LEAP Program (Boulder Office) - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesProvides 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. Boulder CountyBoulder Office - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesBoulder County Housing and Human Services
    LEAP - Rio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesAssists with utility bills from November - April each year in an emergency, such as if the natural gas is being shut-off or propane levels are low (10% or less).Rio Blanco CountyRio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesRio Blanco County Department of Social Services
    LEAP - Routt County Department of Human ServicesThe 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. For Routt County, LEAP consists of a mail-in application process to Goodwill in Colorado Springs.Routt CountyRoutt County Department of Human ServicesRoutt County Department of Human Services
    LEAP - Yuma County - Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Yuma CountyYuma County - Department of Social ServicesYuma County - Department of Social Services
    Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)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.Fremont CountyPublic Assistance - Fremont County Human ServicesFremont County Department of Human Services
    Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Crowley County Department of Human ServicesAssists qualifying families by paying a percentage of their winter heating costs. The program is available from November 1st - April 30th each year.Crowley CountyPublic Assistance - Crowley County Human ServicesCrowley County Department of Human Services
    Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Garfield CountyLEAP is a MAIL IN ONLY program. LEAP is designed to assist low-income households with paying their winter home heating costs but is not intended to pay the entire cost of home heating or utility usage. Continue paying your heating source costs to your heat service provider. You may qualify for LEAP if: - You pay home heating costs to an energy provider, fuel dealer, or as part of your rent - You are a permanent legal resident of the United States and Colorado or you have household members that are US Citizens - You provide proof of lawful presence in the U.S. - Your maximum family GROSS household income falls within the income guidelines. “Household” means people who live with you and for whom you are financially responsible. If you receive Social Security income please submit your application before January 1, 2017 because your LEAP eligibility may be affected by the Annual Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) To check on the status of your LEAP application, please call HEAT HELP at 1-866-432-8435. If you are eligible for LEAP, you may qualify for emergency help such as repair or replacement of your primary heating system. If you have this type of emergency please call 1-855-4MYHEAT (1-855-469-4328). You must have a current open application for the 2016-2017 LEAP Heat season. REVIEW YOUR APPLICATION BEFORE YOU TURN IT IN. Garfield CountyGarfield County Department of Human Services- Garfield County Department of Human ServicesGarfield County Department of Human Services
    Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Washington County - Department of Social ServicesThe 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.Washington CountyWashington County - Department of Social ServicesWashington County - Department of Social Services
    Public Assistance Programs (Longmont Office) - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesOffers the following services are offered at the Longmont office of Boulder County Housing and Human Services: - Aid to the Blind (AB) - Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) - Child Support - Colorado Works/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) - Healthy Communities - Family Health - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Assistance - LEAP applications - Old Age Pension (OAP) - Health First Colorado/MedicaidBoulder CountyLongmont Office - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesBoulder County Housing and Human Services
    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
    Rent and Utility Assistance - Mountain Family CenterUtility 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 CountyMountain Family CenterMountain Family Center
    Salvation Army Services - Roaring Fork ValleyProvides services for adults, children, families, seniors and veterans. Family Services: - Rent eviction prevention - Utility shut off prevention - Prescriptions - Transportation - Food Assistance - Clothing - Household goods - Counseling - Holiday assistance Adult Rehabilitation Services: Personal interview determines an individual's need. Provides a variety of programs to meet spiritual, physical, mental and emotional needs. Also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalvationArmyGlenwood/ Garfield CountySalvation Army, Garfield CountySalvation Army National Headquarters
    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
    Storehouse - Woodland Park Community ChurchWe seek to serve our Heavenly Father by addressing the needs of the poor, oppressed, overlooked, and marginalized in our community. Services include: -Financial Assistance We help those in financial need, on a limited basis, for rent, and utilities (as funds are available). Some restrictions apply. -Medical Lending Closet We offer the free use of different medical equipment to meet your temporary needs. These include: crutches, walkers, bedside commodes, wheelchairs, shower chairs, canes, toilet seat risers, etc. -Gas Cards We will give a gasoline gift card to those in need (as available and appropriate) -Food Bags When an emergency food needs exist that cannot wait for other Teller County food providers, we step in with “The First 48”. This program provides the basic food necessities for an individual or family for approximately a 2-day period. -Meals Program For those dealing with specific needs, we will deliver a pre-cooked meal for them and their family as needed. -Free Soup Lunch (resuming in the Fall) Join us every Wednesday at noon for a free soup lunch. -Laundry Program We offer a voucher for you to get several loads of your laundry washed and dried for free at a local Laundromat. -Firewood We acquire logs, and our generous congregation cuts and splits it into firewood. They may pick it up, or in some circumstances, we can deliver ½ a cord to those families in need. -Counseling We have counseling services available for individuals and families. You just pay what you can afford. We also offer grief and addiction groups. -Small Household Items We offer free kitchen items, small appliances, linens and other basic household items. -Furniture We have a limited selection of furniture to meet your basic needs. -Community Garden (seasonal) The Storehouse sponsors a Community Garden on the east side of the church in cooperation with the Community Partnership and The Harvest Center of Teller County. The garden beds are available each Spring for local gardeners to grow their own produce. Extra produce is donated to local food programs. Sign up for the garden beds is through The Community Partnership at (719) 686-0705. Teller CountyWoodland Park Community ChurchWoodland Park Community Church
    Utility Assistance - Douglas/Elbert Task ForceOffers utility bill assistance (heat, electric, water), as funds are available from Energy Outreach Colorado and other sources.Douglas CountyDouglas/Elbert Task ForceDouglas/Elbert Task Force
    Utility Assistance (EOC) - Huerfano Las Animas Area Council of GovernmentsA one-time year round heating bill assistance program for families and individuals that may include financial assistance for paying combined gas and electric, electric heat, propane, oil, coal, natural gas, solid fuel pellets, and firewood costs.Huerfano CountyEnergy Outreach Colorado (EOC) Utility AssistanceHuerfano Las Animas Area Council of Governments
    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 Bill Assistance - MADAMADA may be able to provide utility bill assistance for heating and heating-related utilities to individuals and families. MADA is not able to provide financial assistance for other utilities outside of heating and heating-related utility bills.Montrose CountyMexican-American Development Association (MADA)Mexican-American Development Association (MADA)
    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

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