Homelessness Prevention Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-0500.3140

    Programs that provide financial assistance and supportive services that stabilize households in their current housing or help them to move into new housing without first entering the shelter system or experiencing homelessness. Services may include financial assistance (short or medium-term rental assistance, security or utility deposits, utility payments, moving cost assistance), housing relocation and stabilization services, legal assistance (generally mediation), credit counseling and case management. The goal is to help households resolve their crisis, secure short-term financial or rental assistance as needed, and access ongoing sources of support in the community in order to remain housed. If the individual or family is unable to stay in their existing housing, the prevention program helps the household to find an alternative housing arrangement that is safe, reasonably affordable and adequate.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Back Home Support Services for Veteran Families (Santa Fe Drive) - Volunteers of AmericaBack Home provides supportive wraparound case management services to eligible veteran households, which may include single veterans or veterans with families. Depending on the circumstances of homelessness, veterans may be eligible for either the Rapid Rehousing or Homelessness Prevention aspects of this service. Rapid Rehousing includes veterans who are: - staying in a shelter/transitional shelter/place not meant for habitation - street homeless - using a hotel or motel voucher Homelessness Prevention includes veterans who are: - staying with family/friends - staying in a hotel or motel without a voucher - staying in an apartment with or without a leaseDenver CountySanta Fe Drive - Volunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    Homes for All Veterans (HAV) (Denver) - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Provides services designed to promote housing stability and alleviate chronic homelessness. Services may include assistance with: - Finding temporary shelter and permanent housing - Obtaining VA and other public benefits - Financial and food needs - Health care services - Employment servicesDenver CountyDenver - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)
    Supportive Housing - Grand Valley Catholic OutreachThe T-House shelters up to two families with young children, each living in their own programs_housing_pic1small yet comfortable apartment, for up to four months. Residents pay $100 per week and receive 50% of that back when they move out if they have left the home clean and have paid rent on time. An interview is required to gain entrance into this program, and there is typically a wait list.Mesa County245 S 1ST STGrand Valley Catholic Outreach
    Veteran Housing Support, Phoenix Project - Homeward Bound of the Grand ValleyProvides homeless veterans in Mesa County access to affordable, stable housing and individually tailored case management services in an effort to transition them from homelessness into self-sufficiency. The program can currently house 8 homeless veterans in an apartment complex owned and operated through a partnership formed with HomewardBound and Housing Resources of Western Colorado. Rents are based on 30 and 40 percent of Area Median IncomeMesa County2853 NORTH AVEHomeward Bound of the Grand Valley

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