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Homeless and Eviction Prevention

Resources for those experiencing homelessness

Metro Denver Homeless Initiative's Housing Stability Flex Fund (Flex Fund) is now able to provide homelessness prevention assistance in addition to move-in expenses or landlord mitigation. Please see the website or view the updated procedures.

Almost Home offers shelter for families with children in Adams County. Visit the Almost Home website or call for an intake assessment at 303-659-6199. 

The Adams County Severe Weather Action Protocol (SWAP) helps people get hotel vouchers on severe weather nights by visiting Almost Home at 231 N. Main Street in Brighton from 12 to 4 p.m. Monday – Friday.

Growing Home provides assistance with housing stability and homelessness prevention through its Strengthening Families program. Growing Home is at 3489 West 72nd Avenue, #112 in Westminster. Call 303-426-0430 or visit the Growing Home website for the most current information.

Emergency Rental and Foreclosure Assistance Awards

Maiker Housing Partners may be able to help assist with affordable housing, paying mortgage, rent or utilities. They also offer housing vouchers to Adams County residents who qualify. Call 303-227-2075.

Executive Order D 2020 012 allocated $3,000,000 from the Disaster Emergency Fund to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to provide short-term rental and mortgage assistance to low-income Coloradans. Providers are in the process of contracting to be able to start assisting renters and homeowners. The best way to connect renters and homeowners to resources is to call 2-1-1, or access DOH's Interactive Eviction Prevention Map.​

Eviction Prevention Resources

Colorado Legal Services offers free tenant legal help for qualifying residents in all of Westminster, Adams County and the city and county of Broomfield. Apply online or by phone at 303-837-1313.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has issued guidance for public housing authorities, landlords, shelters, non-profits, grantees, and stakeholders. Also, learn more about HUD’s suspension of foreclosures and evictions on publicly subsidized housing and federally-backed mortgages