|ACCESS Housing: Limited funding for direct assistance funding in their Prevention Program. Best to call on the first of the month as new funds become available monthly. No walk-ins. Call 303.289.7078 or email [email protected].|
|Activated Respite: Activated Respite provides isolation/quarantine and low acuity medical step down for people experiencing homelessness with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 in various Denver motels and hotels.|
|Adams County Coalition for the Homeless COVID-19 Resources|
|Adeegyada Gobalka Colorado ee Dadka Waajahaaya Guri K asaarida, Xirista Xarumahooda, ama Bixin Waawayn Biilalka Gurigooda: Dadkareer Colorado waa inaysan ka walaacin kirada, qarashaadka daynta guriga, amam biilalka adeegyada guriga oo ygasoo daraaya walaacyada kale ee uu sababay cudurka COVID-19. Waana taas sababta laga bilaabo Maaros 20, 2020, Gudoomiyaha Gobalka Jared Polis uu usoo saaray Amarka Fulinta ee tirsigiisu yahay D 2020 012, oo ku amraaya wakaaladaha gobalka Colorado inay kala shaqeeyaan mulkiilayaasha guryaha, shirkadaha daynta guryaha, iyo shirkadaha baxsha adeegyada guryaha inay yareeyaan guryo kasiirista kiraystayaasha, xirista heshiisyada, iyo yarista adeegyada guryaha bulshada inta Colorado ku jirto xalada degdega ah.
Haddii aad walaac ka qabto awoodaada bixinta qaraashaadka adeegyadaan muhiimka ah bilaha soo socda, fadlan akhri talaabooyinka hoose ee ay qaadeen dawlada iyo shirkadaha ganacsiga gaarka ah si aad u aragto siday kuu saamaynayaan.
Waxaad ilo caawimaad dhanka lacagta kirada, daynta guriga, iyo biilalka adeegyada guriga ka healaysaa inaad booqato barta 211colorado.org ama wacdo 211.
Almost Home, Inc.: Any household in need of emergency assistance in the form of rental, mortgage, utility, or water assistance can call the office at 303.659.6199 for a phone intake and a scheduled in-person case-management appointment. Almost Home, Inc. will be closed for walk-ins until April 1.
Provides a one-time only rental assistance for low-income families and single individuals in the City of Thornton. Families are eligible for up to $750 and individuals are eligible for up to $500, but the remainder of the bill must be paid prior to making an appointment with Almost Home. Assistance is provided for current month only; no past due bills.
During these trying times, Almost Home realizes that now more then ever our services will be needed by those in our community facing financial hardships. At this time, we will continue to remain open to meet the needs of those in our community but it will be in a modified capacity. The Almost Home office will be closed to the public and walk-in assistance.
|CARES Act and HUD Updates: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced the award of over $13 million in supplemental funds to the State of Colorado for a variety of housing, homeless, community development, and economic development activities. These funds are not currently available. DOLA is planning how the funds may be used within federal guidelines once the funds are available to the state.
The funding made available through the CARES Act supports three existing grant programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Block Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA).
|Catholic Charities: Phone appointments only. No walk-ins. Call 720.377.1313 Monday-Friday, 8-8:45 a.m. to make an appointment. The recording will explain what funding is available.|
|City of Westminster Water Bill Assistance Program: The City of Westminster recognizes that any increase in a utility bill, no matter how small, can have a large impact on people living on fixed incomes or those who struggle to pay even basic bills. Their Water Bill Assistance Program helps make water and sewer bills more affordable for low-income residents, by offering four different programs. These programs are available to Westminster residents only.
|Colorado Department of Local Affairs: The effort to fight COVID-19 has created economic hardships that have put some Coloradans in a struggle to pay their rent. Executive Order D2020 051 signed by Governor Jared Polis on April 30 placed a moratorium on evictions and late fees for failure to pay rent that will expire on May 30, unless it is extended. The same executive order grants the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), Division of Housing (DOH) the authority to provide a template for renters and landlords to make payment arrangements, which may be initiated by either party to prevent late amounts from becoming immediately due when the moratorium expires. The MODEL Repayment Agreement for Tenants and Landlords resides on the DOH Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention website, along with other resources for Coloradans who need help in meeting their financial obligations for housing. Those who have accumulated past due rent are encouraged to take advantage of the MODEL Repayment Agreement template as soon as possible. Resources in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Somali.|
|Colorado Foreclosure Hotline: To contact a HUD-approved Colorado Foreclosure Hotline housing counselor, dial the toll-free number 877.601.HOPE (4673). Upon calling, you will reach a call center representative. The representative will ask you for your five-digit zip code and you will be transferred to a HUD-approved housing counseling agency in your area.|
|Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA): In light of Governor Polis declaring a state of emergency for Colorado, the CHFA is temporarily covering the cost of online homebuyer education. Individuals may choose a free online homebuyer education option. Reimbursement for online fees paid will not be granted by either CHFA or our homebuyer education providers. Please note: CHFA is working closely with its homebuyer education providers to ensure the class schedule is accurate. However, be mindful that providers may alert you to any changes or cancellations to class registrations. Should you decide to take an online class instead, please call the provider directly to cancel your in-person registration.|
|Colorado Housing Connects: Whether you rent or own, where you live is more than a roof over your head. It's home. When you have a question about your home, you want straight answers. Call 1.844.926.6632 to get access to reliable, trustworthy information regarding housing and fair-housing resources. Available to both renters and homeowners. NOTE: Bilingual representatives are available to assist you.|
|Colorado Legal Services Eviction Clinics (CLS): CLS offers a program to prevent homelessness by providing low-income renters facing eviction free legal assistance. CLS will “staff” the court eviction clinics in Adams, Denver, and El Paso counties on an applicant call-in basis, instead of them being at the courts as they have been, awaiting applicants who wish to speak with one of their grant-funded staff members.|
|Colorado PEAK: The fast and easy way to access benefit information, anytime and anywhere. PEAK is an online service for Coloradans to screen and apply for medical, food, cash, and early childhood assistance programs.|
|COVID-19 Emergency Assistance: If you need assistance with food, rent, or paying other bills, as a result of COVID-19, some emergency assistance may be available. This assistance is intended to help stabilize households that have been impacted by COVID-19. The level of assistance is based on your household’s situation, considering program limitations and guidelines. Your household may qualify for this assistance if you are a Jeffco resident and your annual income is $75,000 or less.|
|COVID-19 Emergency Housing Assistance Program: Funds are meant to provide emergency, short-term rental, and mortgage assistance to households that are most vulnerable to eviction or foreclosure|
|COVID-19 FAQs for Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)--Including the Project-based Voucher Program (PBV)--and Native American Programs: Questions and Answers for Native American Programs|
|Critical Financial Assistance for Military Families Who Qualify: Do you need financial assistance for overdue bills, repairs, or other critical family needs? If you are active duty; deployed; a veteran; or are a wounded, ill, or injured service member -- and meet our criteria -- you may be eligible for assistance from Operation Homefront's Critical Financial Assistance. Operation Homefront is currently processing immediate requests for assistance outside their normal monthly application cycle. Please check the eligibility requirements before applying.|
|D 2020 223 Executive Order Limiting Certain Evictions to Provide Relief to Coloradans Affected by COVID-19: The executive order bans late fees for Colorado renters through the end of the year.|
|D 2020 227 Executive Order Amending and Extending Executive Order D 2020 223 Limiting Certain Evictions to Provide Relief to Coloradans Affected by COVID-19: According to Gov. Polis’ executive order, landlords will not be able to start the eviction process against people who can demonstrate they are experiencing “financial hardship due to COVID-19.”
That means, according to the order, that a person is using their “best efforts to obtain government assistance for rent or housing,” that they expect to personally make less than $99,000 as an individual or $198,000 as a household in 2020; that a person is unable to pay their full rent because of loss of income, hours or out-of-pocket medical expenses; that they are doing their “best efforts” to make timely partial rent payments and that they face a threat of becoming homeless with no other options.
It applies to long-term leases and month-to-month leases, but still allows for people to be evicted if they pose an “imminent and serious threat to another individual” or if they cause significant damage to their landlord’s property — an assessment that would be performed by a judge.
Per the executive order, the state Department of Local Affairs is directed to create a form that people will have to fill out to demonstrate financial hardship under the threat of perjury.
|Emergency Rental and Mortgage Assistance for Households (EHAP): To Qualify for the Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP):
|Emergency Rental Assistance: If you or your tenants have been unable to pay rent due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19, you may be eligible for rental assistance from the state.|
|Emergency Rent/Mortgage and Utility Assistance for Thornton Residents: Community Connections, through the City of Thornton, partners with several agencies to provide emergency rent/mortgage and utility assistance to income-eligible households. Please contact Adam Lyons, Grant and Housing Supervisor, at 720.977.5800 or [email protected] for more information.|
|Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention: There is an existing network of state agencies that provide homeless prevention services, including rental and mortgage assistance. The Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) has developed an Evictions Resources Map that can be used with 211 to help renters avoid eviction.|
|Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Resources: Colorado resources for those facing evtcions, foreclosure, or non-payment of utility bills|
|Executive Order 2020 051 Amending and Extending Executive Orders D 2020 012 and D 2020 031 Limiting Evictions, Foreclosures, and Public Utility Disconnections and Expediting Unemployment Insurance Claim Processing to Provide Relief to Coloradans Affected by COVID-19: Pursuant to the authority vested in the Office of the Governor of the State of Colorado and, in particular, pursuant to Article IV, Section 2, of the Colorado Constitution and the relevant portions of the Colorado Disaster Emergency Act, C.R.S. § 24-33.5-701, et seq., I, Jared Polis, Governor of the State of Colorado, hereby issue this Executive Order amending and extending Executive Orders D 2020 012 and D 2020 031, limiting evictions, foreclosures, and public utility disconnections and expediting unemployment insurance claim processing due to the presence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Colorado.|
|Findings of the Special Eviction Prevention Task Force: The Task Force was also invited to consider meduim- and longer-term recommendations to endure that Coloradans remain stably housed. Those broader considerations will be passed on to the Division of Housing's (DOH) newly formed Strategic Housing Working Group (SHWG).|
|Getting Landlords and Tenants to Talk: Eviction is a traumatizing and destabilizing event that can put families on a path to financial, health, and social challenges. After an eviction, families often struggle to find high-quality housing and may end up in a less safe neighborhood with fewer opportunities. Parents may lose their jobs because of the instability that evictions create and have difficulty finding a new one, further exacerbating the crisis (Desmond and Gershenson 2016). Children can be forced to move to new schools or experience other educational disruptions, which in turn can negatively affect their achievement (Clark 2016; Vásquez-Vera et al. 2017). Therefore, intervening during or before an eviction crisis occurs is key for reducing the hardships that families face, and mediation has been an important tool for empowering better outcomes. This brief explores how mediation can be used in disputes between landlords and tenants as well as provides strategies and recommendations for communities looking to expand the availability of landlord-tenant mediation.|
|Growing Home: Growing Home will continue to provide what they deem essential services (food, rental, and utility assistance) in-person during typical food pantry hours (Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-noon). For the quickest response, email [email protected].|
|Guidance for Assisting COVID-19 Patients Experiencing Homelessness: The Department of Health Care Policy & Financing (the Department) has developed this document to provide guidance to its partners as they serve Coloradans during the COVID-19 pandemic. This document is a compilation of services available to Coloradans who:
● Have tested positive for COVID-19 and need to self-isolate, and
● Do not have a home to safely self-isolate, and
● Are currently enrolled in or are eligible for Health First Colorado
This document may be useful to homeless advocates and providers, local public health departments, and other community organizations that are organizing the local response.
|Housing Programs and Rental Payment Assistance: Call 211 or text your zip code to 898-211 to get connected with housing programs and programs that make rental payments for people who are at risk of eviction without assistance. Also included are rent supplement programs that provide assistance with ongoing monthly rental costs. Rent payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements. 211 is also able to provide resources regarding food and other basic essentials that someone may need during this time.|
|Limited Rent/Mortgage and Utility Assistance: Please call 720.377.1313 Monday – Friday, 8 – 8:45 a.m. to make an appointment. Please note: Appointments are limited and are based on funding and appointment availability. We receive a large volume of calls daily. To receive any financial assistance, ALL clients must bring the following to the appointment: picture ID, current proof of address, proof of emergency, and proof of income. For rental assistance, a current lease and an eviction notice for the current month's rent (allowed back rent must be paid before an appointment is made) is also required. For utility assistance (Xcel Energy), the bill must be in the client's name, at least one day in arears, and total bill may not exceed $1,000.|
|Maiker Housing Partners: Maiker Housing Partners (formerly known as Unison Housing Partners or Adams County Housing Authority) is currently closed to the public. Questions are being fielded through email at [email protected].|
|MDHI Flex Fund: Can be used as a last resort for those needing the assistance. Any organization or provider that partners with OneHome, our community’s Coordinated Entry System, or is a member of the Metro Denver Continuum of Care (CoC), can submit a request to MDHI’s Flex Fund on behalf of eligible households experiencing a housing crisis in Metro Denver after all other options have been pursued and denied.|
|Metro Denver Homeless Initiative - Flex Fund: Any organization or provider that partners with OneHome, our community’s Coordinated Entry System, or is a member of the Metro Denver Continuum of Care (CoC), can submit a request to MDHI’s Flex Fund on behalf of eligible households experiencing a housing crisis in Metro Denver. Individuals and families who are experiencing a housing crisis in the seven-county Metro Denver region and working with a partnering organization are eligible for Flex Fund financial assistance. Households must be literally homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. To learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply, visit their website.|
|Những Nguồn trợ giúp của Tiểu bang Colorado dành cho Những người Bị Trục xuất, Bị tịch thu Nhà hoặc Không Thanh toán các Hóa đơn Tiện ích: Người dân Colorado không nên có thêm căng thẳng về tiền thuê nhà, thanh toán tiền mua nhà trả góp hoặc các hóa đơn tiện ích cùng những lo lắng khác do COVID-19 gây ra. Đó là lý do tại sao vào ngày 20 Tháng Ba, 2020, Thống đốc Jared Polis đã ban hành Sắc lệnh D 2020 012, yêu cầu các cơ quan tiểu bang Colorado làm việc với các chủ nhà, công ty cho vay mua nhà trả góp và các nhà cung cấp dịch vụ tiện ích để hạn chế việc trục xuất, tịch thu và ngắt các dịch vụ tiện ích công cộng trong khi Colorado đang ở trong tình trạng khẩn cấp.
Nếu quý vị lo lắng về khả năng chi trả cho những nhu cầu thiết yếu này trong những tháng tới, vui lòng xem lại các biện pháp đã được cả chính phủ và khu vực tư nhân áp dụng để xem chúng có thể ảnh hưởng đến quý vị như thế nào.
Quý vị cũng có thể tìm các nguồn trợ giúp để được hỗ trợ thanh toán tiền thuê nhà, tiền mua nhà trả góp và các hóa đơn tiện ích bằng cách truy cập 211colorado.org hoặc gọi 211.
|Multifamily Properties Subject to Federal Eviction Moratoriums: This searchable database and map allow some renters to identify if their home is covered by the CARES Act eviction moratoriums. These new tools contain data on millions of apartments in multifamily housing insured by the Federal Housing Administration or securitized by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, and millions more supported by the Low Income Housing Tax Credit, HUD, and/or USDA programs. The database and map are not comprehensive; they do not include data on single-family rental homes of one to four units that are also protected under the CARES Act, and they do not include all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily mortgages. When NLIHC obtains this additional data we will update the tools.|
|People Are Going to End Up Homeless: Inside Lawmakers' Failed Effort to Extend Colorado's Eviction Moratorium: In the closing hours of Colorado’s 2020 legislative session, and with a statewide eviction moratorium set to expire, Senate Democrats worked feverishly on a last-minute plan to protect hundreds of thousands of Coloradans who may be at risk of eviction in the coming months.
State Sen. Julie Gonzales, D-Denver, hoped to extend the moratorium through October. As she spoke emotionally on the Senate floor for more than an hour about housing insecurity, Sen. Jeff Bridges, D-Greenwood Village, was working to broker a last-minute deal that would satisfy tenant advocates, the housing lobby, and a handful of wavering Democratic lawmakers.
But the talks collapsed and as the Senate adjourned just before 11 on Thursday night, it seemed unlikely that any extension of the eviction moratorium would materialize before the legislature adjourns in coming days.
|Questions and Answers for Office of Multi-Family Housing Stakeholders: Questions and Answers for Office of Multifamily Housing Stakeholders|
|Recursos del estado de Colorado para personas que estén enfrentando órdenes de desalojo o ejecuciones hipotecarias y para personas que no pueden pagar sus servicios públicos: Los habitantes de Colorado no deberían estar estresados a la hora de pagar la renta, pagos hipotecarios ni facturas de servicios públicos, lo que genera más ansiedad sobre los problemas causados por el COVID-19. Es por esta razón que el día 20 de marzo de 2020, Gobernador Jared Polis emitió la Orden ejecutiva D 2020 012, la cual ordena a las agencias de Colorado a trabajar con propietarios, compañías hipotecarias y proveedores de servicios públicos para limitar los desalojos, las ejecuciones hipotecarias y las interrupciones de servicios públicos mientras Colorado esté bajo un estado de emergencia.
Si usted está preocupado sobre su capacidad de pagar por estas necesidades vitales en los próximos meses, por favor, revise los siguientes pasos que han tomado tanto el gobierno como entidades privadas para enterarse sobre cómo podrían corresponder a su situación.
También puede encontrar recursos para asistencia con el pago de su renta, hipoteca y facturas de servicios públicos al visitar la página www.211colorado.org o al hablar por teléfono al 211.
|Rent Payment Assistance - 211: Programs that make rental payments for people who are at risk of eviction without assistance. Also included are rent supplement programs that provide assistance with ongoing monthly rental costs. Rent payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need, or other eligibility requirements. 211 is also able to provide resources regarding food and other basic essentials that someone may need during this time.|
|Rent Payment Assistance - Broomfield FISH: Offers limited, emergency rental assistance to prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless. Also provides information and referrals to other emergency resources. Assistance provided to Broomfield County residents only.|
|Salvation Army Housing Now: Provides short-term rental, mortgage, and utility assistance, to families who are experiencing financial hardship due to job and income loss caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Applicants must have lost their job, been laid off, or medically quarantined due to COVID-19. Hours are Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Can also call at 303.295.3366.|
|State of Colorado - Resources for Those Facing Eviction, Foreclosure, or Non-Payment of Bills: During this unprecedented time, Coloradans should not have stress over rent, mortgage payments, or utility bills adding to the other anxieties caused by COVID-19. That’s why on March 20, 2020, Governor Jared Polis issued Executive Order D 2020 012, ordering Colorado state agencies to work with property owners, mortgage companies, and utilities providers to limit evictions, foreclosures, and public utility disconnections while Colorado is in a state of emergency.
If you know you won’t be able to pay for these vital needs, or are concerned about your ability to pay in the coming months, please review the following steps that have been taken by both government and private industries, to see how they may impact you.
You can also find resources for assistance with payment of rent, mortgage, and utility bills by visiting www.211colorado.org or by dialing 211 on a phone.
|Temporary Halt in Residential to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19: Under the authority of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the administration issued a four-month ban on evictions in order to keep millions of tenants in place in the hopes of preventing the spread of coronavirus.
Under the terms of the new edict, tenants earning no more than $99,000 (or $198,000 jointly) may receive this protection, which takes effect Sept. 4 and lasts through Dec. 31. Qualifying renters will need to present their landlords with a written declaration testifying to their circumstances. Property owners who defy the moratorium are subject to criminal penalties.
Landlords who violate the ban will be subject to penalties ranging from $100,000 to $500,000 in fines and one year in jail.
|Thornton Water Assistance Program: Applications are still being processed for all Thornton Assistance Programs, including the Water Assistance Program. Please see more information and the online application at gocot.net/waterassistance. Completed applications and supporting documentation can be emailed to [email protected]. For additional information please call 720.977.5815.|
|Thornton's Help for Homes: Applications are still being accepted and processed for the Help for Homes minor home repair program and the Home Loan Repair Program in the City of Thornton. For the safety of homeowners, employees, and the community at large during the COVID-19 outbreak, the only type of repair projects that will be made are exterior home modifications and repair projects that do not involve personal physical interaction with homeowners. Approved projects will be scheduled as soon as possible. Online applications can be found here and completed applications can be emailed to [email protected].|
|When Moratoria Lift, How Can State and Local Governments Avoid a COVID-19 Eviction Surge?: As part of the Urban Institute’s exploration of policies to protect people and places from the impacts of COVID-19, researchers are examining how state and local governments can respond to the tremendous rental housing challenges presented by COVID-19. In this Housing Matters blog series, we present evidence-based ideas for how state and local leaders can stabilize housing for renters affected by the pandemic and job loss. You can find the framing post with links to each post in the series here.|
|科罗拉多州为面临驱逐、止赎或未支付水电费的人员提供的资源: 科罗拉多州居民不应该因租金、抵押贷款或水电费而产生压力,这会加剧 COVID-19 引起的焦虑。这就 是州长 Jared Polis 于 2020 年 3 月 20 日发布 D 2020 012 号行政命令,要求科罗拉多州政府机构在科罗 拉多州处于紧急状态时,与业主、抵押贷款公司和公用事业提供商合作,限制驱逐、止赎和公用事业中 断的原因。
您还可以访问 211colorado.org 或拨打 211,找到关于租金、抵押贷款和水电费支付援助的资源。
Courtyard by Marriott: If your services are considered essential and you require hotel accommodations, contact Courtyard Marriott for rates as low as $89/night.
Courtyard Denver/ North Westminster
SpringHill Suites & Fairfield by Marriott Denver Airports: Offering rooms for $69/night for stays between 1-29 days and $59/night for stays of 30-plus nights. The hotels can also accommodate day rates, from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. for $59.
SpringHill Suites Denver Airport
Fairfield by Marriott Denver Airport
|Adams Mental Health Foundation: AMHF provides housing assistance to the mentally disabled. Call: 303.853.3467|
|Denver Housing Authority: A variety of housing programs for individuals, families, and people with disabilities. Waitlist is currently 6-12 months, and some lists are closed to new applications.|
|Family Homestead: Transitional housing is available to homeless families with at least one child under the age of 18 and one parent that is working full-time. Program lasts about 6 months and involves meeting with a case manager throughout the term. The waitlist is about 3 months, so apply as soon as possible to get on the waitlist. Call 303.623.6514 for more information. Must be able to verify homelessness, through eviction notice or similar type of documentation.|
|Hope House Colorado: Available to teen moms, ages 15-20. They are currently taking new applications for their residential program, which includes: a safe place to live for 16-20 months, parenting help, help with finishing school and going to college, human services assistance, and help starting individual's career. Click here to apply. Note: This program is available to parenting teen moms only, meaning you have already completed your first pregnancy.|
|NewGenesis Mens' Facility: Dormitory-styled housing for men that costs $70 per week. Residents must be working, paying rent, and saving for their permanent housing plan. No previous sex offenders allowed. Call 303.831.4910 to learn more.|
|NewGenesis Transitional Housing: This transitional housing program provides an apartment or house for single men, single women, and families. The residents must be working, paying rent, and saving for their permanent housing plan. The residents can stay in this program for up to two years, depending on the circumstances. They must also give back to the community by volunteering at the shelter. There is currently a 6-month waiting list, so call 303.831.4910 to get on the waitlist as soon as possible.|
|Volunteers of America: Several housing locations for individuals, seniors, families, and people with disabilities.|
Warren Village: Warren Village is a unique, single-parent community. Located at 1323 Gilpin St. in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, we are a two-year program that offers low-income, single parents the chance to become economically and personally self-sufficient by providing affordable housing, quality on-site childcare, and supportive family services. Each resident has a private apartment and rent is approximately 30% of one’s income. All residents work closely with a family advocate to set and obtain goals. Residents must participate in a full-time activity of work or school or a combination of both, attend three life-skills classes each month, and give back two hours of community service. It also offers onsite childcare as an option to residents, while they work or go to school. Apply here. Under normal circumstances, the application process takes 6-8 weeks. However, it may take longer during this time of the coronavirus, so apply early to get on the waitlist.
NOTE: Applications are no longer being accepted in person; however, they can be downloaded from the website, printed, signed, scanned, and emailed to [email protected].