Programs for Individuals, Organizations, and More!
Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) has a variety of services that they offer for individuals such as Bill Payment Assistance, Heating System Repair/Replacement, CARE Program, Energy Education, and State Programs. For Organizations, they offer Nonprofit Energy Efficiency and Affordable Housing Weatherization.
The Weinberg Food Pantry will be providing pre-packed boxes of food to anyone experiencing food insecurity with no documentation or sign up needed. To limit face-to-face interactions and promote social distancing, boxes of food will be distributed through a pick-up system directly outside of the pantry. Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00am - 1:00pm Drive up to the garage with the blue awning for pick up. For more information, please call.
Denver Community Fridge is providing community fridges in different neighborhoods in order to supply food and supplies to the community in order to provide community aid and combating local food insecurity.
You can find more information and locations on their website below!
Has a directory of mental health providers serving the LGBTQ+ community. They provide support groups such as the Online Trans & Non-Binary group, Online Trans Women Support Group, Online Trans Masculine Support Group, and much more.
Provides LGBTQ+ affirming therapy and counseling for individuals, couples, families, and children. The Catalyst Center is the manifestation of my long-held dream of creating a holistic treatment center that utilizes cutting-edge techniques and treatments to help people change their lives for the better.
The State of Colorado offers emergency rent and mortgage assistance throughout the state through several non-profit organizations. The provision of assistance may be delayed due to high demand.
Type your address into the search bar on the website, or click a point on the map, to view the services that are available in a given location.
Rent, Utility and Mortgage Assistance Programs
The Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program (TRUA) and Mortgage Assistance programs offer resources to Denver residents who are facing financial hardship to help prevent eviction or foreclosure.
Are in or facing financial hardship
Need help with rent, utility, or mortgage payments
You may be elligible to receive:
Help paying rent, mortgage, or utilities
How it will work:
You will be asked some basic questions, such as your address
A local nonprofit partner will be assigned to help you
You will be asked to:
Provide proof of your household income
Provide proof of Denver residency
Provide proof of your rent, mortgage or utilities due
Provide information about the cause of your housing crisis (job loss, unsafe housing conditions, potential eviction, foreclosure, and/or shutoff notice)
Your next step is to call 3-1-1 and press 6
You can also fill out this online form to check your eligibility and request an application.
Things to know:
This program is for Denver residents only
This is temporary assistance when you face a housing crisis
Assistance payments will be made directly to your landlord, lender, servicer or utility company
Your household must meet income limits (earning $54,950 or less for one person, or $78,500 or less for a household of four)
Assistance is available during tenant/landlord mediation
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