Residents in Boulder County Colorado that need help with paying their rent have options available to them. Several agencies may have emergency funding, provide eviction prevention services, run shelters, or otherwise help low income families with their housing needs. Resources are limited but the groups do what they can to assist.
It is recommend to call to ask for help before you receive an eviction notice. Once a family or individual receives an eviction notice from their landlord than their options are more limited. If the resident is already homeless, then several shelters or short term transitional housing programs can be used as well. The leading non-profit organizations or government programs that provide emergency rental assistance are below.
Short term shelters and transitional housing resources include the following. While not as common, the sites may have some funds to pay first month’s rent or a security deposit for someone looking to move into new housing. In addition, local Boulder County police departments may even be able to assist some individuals with or emergency housing requests.
The Boulder County Housing Authority has information on government support, such as section 8 housing vouchers or programs for the disabled and seniors. The main office is at 2525 133th St. #204, Boulder 80304, call 303-441-3929.
Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) offers a number of services to help Boulder residents meet their basic needs. Information on rent and housing is one of them. Any aid is also usually combined with case management and other support services. Call 303-442-3042 for details.
Outreach United Resource Center (OUR Center) helps low-income and working poor individuals, families and homeless persons by offering various resources for basic survival need. This includes shelter, food, information on permanent homes and more. 303 Atwood Street, Longmont 80501, phone 303-772-5529.
Sacred Heart Church may have emergency assistance for paying rent. It is for those that are in desperate need, that are on the verge of homeless, and that have no other options available.
2312 14th St., Boulder 80304, dial 303-442-6158
Sense of Security
8774 Yates Drive, Suite 330
Westminster, Colorado 80031
May only have financial or housing assistance to breast cancer patients and their households.
Sister Carmen Community Center of eastern Boulder County
701 West Baseline Road, Lafayette 80026
St. John's Church - Emergency Assistance Program
323 Collyer St.
Longmont, CO 80501
Thistle Community Housing is a non-profit agency that offers permanently affordable rental and homeownership opportunities for working families, people with disabilities, and single parents, seniors. 1845 Folsom Street, Boulder 80302, phone 303-443-0007.
Disabled / Senior Citizen Affordable Rental Housing Developments in Boulder. Low cost, affordable and safe homes and apartments may be available. The locations are below.
Aspen Meadows, 70 21st Street, Longmont, CO, dial 303-485-5232
Cinnamon Park, 1335 Cinnamon Street, Longmont Colorado, call 303-772-2882
Golden West Manor, 1055 Adams Cir, Boulder, 303-444-3967
Hover Manor, 1401 Elmhurst Dr, Longmont, dial 303-772-9292
Maryel Manor, 12555 Sheridan Blvd, Broomfield, Colroado dial 303-469-6655
Presbyterian Manor, 1050 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, 303-444-0642
St. Vrain Manor, 606 Pratt Street, Longmont, 303-776-3785
Terry Street Apartments, 513 Terry Street, Longmont, Colorado dial 720-334-3934
Village Place Apartments, 600 Coffman St, Longmont, 303-678-5416
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