The city partners with the Denver Urban Renewal Authority to provide low-interest loans and grants to assist qualifying low- and moderate-income households with making emergency home repairs, improvements, and access modifications.
This Help for Housing brochure contains referrals for renters, current homeowners, and aspiring homeowners.
Not finding what you need? Use the Still Need Help box on the bottom of this page.
For help finding shelter and housing resources, contact the Mile High United Way's helpline by dialing 2-1-1.
Denver's Road Home also has tools to assist individuals and families with locating a shelter. Download the Denver Shelters and Services pocket guide, or download the 60-page housing resource guide and toolkit.
Denver Human Services provides assistance benefits and protection and prevention services to one in three Denver residents. Assistance programs including food, cash and medical benefits, child care, child support, and general assistance are provided to eligible Denver residents in financial need.
For local food or clothing banks, contact the Mile High United Way's 2-1-1 helpline.
Denver's Road Home oversees the city's investments into tools that help people experiencing homelessness. They partner with the community to provide resources to people who find themselves without a home to help them through what is hopefully a temporary experience with homelessness.
Denver's Road Home has a number of resources available to those experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness.
For a complete list of metro-wide resources, contact Mile High United Way's 2-1-1 helpline online or by calling 2-1-1.