Colorado Resources

When our communities struggle with attainable housing, we all struggle. That’s why community partnerships are so important. Our state, local, and federal governments offer several options to address our communities’ housing issues. In addition, there are several nonprofits that can provide housing help.

Colorado Housing Connects is dedicated to providing Coloradans with reliable and trustworthy access to information regarding affordable housing, housing assistance, tenant rights, and more.

HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination, and transform the way HUD does business.

DOLA works in partnership with local governments and communities statewide to provide funding for projects and disaster recovery relief.

They provide state and federal funding to private housing developers, housing authorities, and local governments to increase the inventory of affordable housing, and work diligently to help our state’s most vulnerable population to remove them from homelessness. DOLA also provides expertise through robust technical assistance programs to help with community planning, property taxation, and tax appeals.

CRHDC provides a wide range of affordable, low-income apartment rental opportunities across the state of Colorado.

Nonprofit Organizations

Brothers Redevelopment is a Denver-based nonprofit organization that provides housing and a variety of housing-related services for the region’s low-income, elderly, and disabled residents.

Del Norte is a nonprofit established by a group of concerned Highland activists with the goal to create and preserve housing, and other opportunities for under-served households, including low- or moderate-income, Spanish-speaking, or special needs Coloradans.

Energy Outreach Colorado was established in 1989 and believes everyone deserves affordable access to the vital resources that power their homes. When everyone can afford and maintain their home, then they can focus on living, rather than merely surviving.