Welcome to our Denver, Colorado page. We provide listings of rental assistance programs.
Qualified rental assistance programs include non-profit organizations that provide emergency cash for tenants as well as government agencies providing long-term rental subsidies.
Many programs also provide other services such as utility payment assistance, water payment assistance, electric payment assistance, holiday assistance, medical bill pay assistance, food assistance, etc. We provide these details on our details page.
1999 Broadway StDenver, CO - 80202
Mercy Housing participates in the development, preservation, management and financing of affordable, program-enriched housing located nationwide. Provide rental housing for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs. see details
655 BroadwayDenver, CO - 80203
Save Our Section 8 Colorado offers Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly Section 8) provides rental assistance to income-eligible tenants by subsidizing a portion of their monthly rent and utilities and paying it directly to their landlords. In cases where utilities are not included in rent, the program may pay a larger portion of the rent so that the tenant see details
1530 Josephine StDenver, CO - 80206
Somebody Cares believes in unity with a purpose! To facilitate this, Somebody Cares America/International (SCA/I) leads, equips, empowers and encourages the Church to become a unified and tangible expression of Christ to the world for lasting impact. They do this through housing crisis and disaster relief, providing food and through the Word of God. see details
2100 Stout StreetDenver, CO - 80205
Urban Peak Housing goal is to help these youth overcome real life challenges and become self-sufficient adults. They do this by providing five essential services at little or no cost to the youth: An overnight shelterA daytime Drop-In CenterStreet OutreachEducation & Employment programmingSupportive housing see details
PO Box 202077Denver, CO - 80220
Lowry Community Land Trust provide opportunities for low and moderate income people to secure decent affordable housing in denver and aurora, colorado and to assure quantity, quality and affordability of housing for future low and moderate income individuals see details
1313 Sherman Street, Room 518Denver, CO - 80203
Colorado Department of Local Affairs Division of Housing - CO STATE PROGRAM offers program called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program (HPRP) and is distributed according to the formula for the Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) program. Grantees may provide rental assistance or services to eligible see details
1200 Federal BlvdDenver , CO - 80204
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, which provides $1.5 billion for a Homeless Prevention Fund. Department of Human Services - DENVER offers programs known as the Homelessness and Rapid Rehabilitation Programm (HPRP), is distributed based on the formula u see details