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Help with Housing

For Families

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Homeless families with children under the age 18

  • Single parent, two parent, same sex couples and multi-generational families are all eligible for services

  • Families must have or be working towards at least 51% custody of one or more children under the age 18

SERVICES:

  • Assistance in applying for permanent supportive housing or rapid re-housing (six to 24 months)

  • Referrals to other housing programs 

To start the housing process, families must be referred from shelters, homeless service providers, or community partners. However, families may also receive resource referrals and consultation by calling (303) 312-9700.


Call (303) 312-9700

For Individuals

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Homeless adults and couples without children

  • Individuals must be homeless to receive services

SERVICES:

  • Assistance in applying for permanent supportive housing

  • Referrals to other housing programs

  • Specialized help with housing for adults with a primary diagnosis or history of major mental illness (Call 303-293-6506) 

Wait lists for these properties and programs are quite long at this time (at least 12 months).

 

Call 303-312-9679

Walk-in Location
2100 Broadway, Denver

Affordable Housing

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Individuals and families at-risk of becoming homeless or seeking more affordable housing 

  • All applicants must qualify based on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit guidelines 

  • The Coalition’s Renaissance Property Management Corporation will also evaluate applicants on the following criteria:

    • Income verification and minimum income requirement

    • Rental history verification (last 3 years)

    • Credit history

    • Criminal background check

    • Security deposit requirements

    • Move-in costs

    • Occupancy guidelines

Our Stories

After the death of her child, Jessica lost her job, her home, and couldn’t help but feel that her life was out of control. She found stability through the Coalition’s Family Unification Program, where she could keep her family together, while addressing the loss of her child through regular therapy sessions. - Read More