LEAP, the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, is a federally funded program that helps qualifying households by paying a portion of their heating costs.
The Denver Property Tax Relief Program provides a partial refund of property taxes, or the equivalent in rent, paid to qualifying residents.
If you have a physical, intellectual, or developmental disability, we offer support to help you maintain your health, safety, and independence.
If you served our country, we serve you. We work with all military personnel, veterans, and their families, regardless of time in service or discharge status.
In addition to food, cash, and medical insurance benefits, we can work with you to see if you qualify for:
You will need to come to one of our offices to apply for additional assistance. Call 720-944-4DHS (4347) to find out what types of documentation will be needed.
Not directly. The Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, otherwise known as LEAP, is a state program administered by Energy Outreach Colorado. Through LEAP, income-qualified residents can get help with their home heating and utility bills.
To apply, simply visit one of the outreach locations, download an application here, or call 720-944-4DHS (4347) for more information or to get help with your application.
In some cases, yes. If you are an immigrant or refugee in need of assistance, call our offices at 720-944-4DHS (4347). Our staff will connect you to services for immigrants and refugees.
Yes! We work with all military personnel, veterans, and their families, regardless of time in service or discharge status. We’re here to help you navigate your life after service and can assist you with career coaching and development, peer-to-peer support, and specialized one-on-one case management. We also work with a wide variety of community partners and can provide you with referrals to additional services.
Learn more at our Veteran Services page.
Yes! If you have a physical, intellectual, or developmental disability, we offer support to help you maintain your health, safety, and independence. We also partner with other community agencies to provide a range of cash assistance programs, services and other resources.
Visit our Disability Services page for more information.
Our staff works closely with many community partners and can provide referrals for services you may need (including clothes for children and adults and eye glasses). You can also contact Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 help center by calling 2-1-1 or online here.
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