Housing and Utilities Assistance

If you’re having a difficult time paying your rent or utilities. Or even, if you are facing an eviction or a foreclosure, please contact the following organizations for assistance. 


 

Colorado Department of Local Affairs

Colorado Department of Local Affairs help to provide a comprehensive list of services and resources for homeowners, renters, and landlords affected by the pandemic, including those facing eviction and foreclosure and those experiencing homelessness.

Learn More About DOLA Programs

County Housing Authorities

County Housing Authorities help to connect you to affordable housing opportunities, help pay utilities, and more.

Find a County Housing Authority

Catholic Charities

Among the many services statewide, Catholic Services provides assistance with shelter and affordable housing services.

Learn More About Catholic Charities


 

Colorado Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)

LEAP is a federally funded program that helps eligible Colorado families, seniors, and individuals pay a portion of their winter home heating costs. 

Learn More About LEAP

Samaritan House

Samaritan House provides shelter for men, women, and children in Denver, Greeley, and Fort Collins.

Visit the Samaritan House

First Mennonite Church of Denver

The First Mennonite Church of Denver helps to provide rental and utility assistance for those who are in need.

Visit the First Mennonite Church


 

Jewish Family Service (Denver)

The JFS Emergency Assistance Program (EAP) provides limited financial aid and case management to Denver-area individuals and families who are facing homelessness.  

See How the JFS Can Help

 

Denver Rescue Mission

The Denver Rescue Mission has three shelters for men, women, and children. 
 

Visit the Denver Rescue Mission

 

Saint Francis Center (Denver)

Saint Francis Center in Denver helps to provides shelter for men and women in need.

Visit the Saint Francis Center

 


 

Urban Peak (Denver)

If you're an adolescent experiencing homelessness Urban Peak in Denver can help with providing shelter and other services.

See How Urban Peak Can Help

 

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless provides affordable housing with supportive services for people experiencing homelessness. 

Visit the Colorado Coalition

 

Emergency Family Assistance Association (Boulder)

EFAA’s Housing Program supports families with children under the age of 18 who are at risk of currently experiencing homelessness. 

Learn More About the EFAA

 


 

The Action Center (Jefferson County)

The Action Center in Jefferson County helps to provide people with food, rental, utility, and clothing assistance.

Learn More About The Action Center

 

Bridge House (Boulder, Aurora)

The Bridge House in Boulder and Aurora help people who are experiencing homelessness by connecting them to the employment and training opportunities. 

Learn More About The Bridge House

 

 

 


 

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