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Additional Resources in Boulder County

Providing safe shelter, food, and support services to homeless adults year round. 

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Housing and Human Services provides affordable housing opportunities to County residents (Affordable Rentals in Broomfield, Louisville, Lafayette, Longmont, Lyons, Erie, and Nederland. 

bouldercounty.png provides a free tool to help find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs. The website is an easy way to get services, connect people to what they need, and quickly follow up.


EOC provides home energy assistance to the Colorado community . Get help with utility bills, heating repairs, energy upgrades, and community solar. 

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For victims of interpersonal violence.


(Housing Authority for the City of Boulder) Federally chartered housing assistance, (rent determined by income). Runs the Section 8 Program. Sect 8 = cash program to landlords (long waiting list).


CPWD provides resources, information, and advocacy to assist people with disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living. 

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BOHO opens emergency warming centers in the facilities of faith communities whenever weather conditions dictate. Open every night 10/15 - 4/30 and other times of the year in emergency weather.

El Comite is a grassroots organization dedicated to providing advocacy and social services for Latinos. We provide a variety of ongoing services through paid office personnel and a network of volunteers.


Provides emergency shelter, food, transitional housing, or 1k cash assistance for Boulder and Broomfield Counties.


Transitional Housing Provides transitional housing and services for diverse homeless individuals and families to help them achieve self-sufficiency.


Provides housing and related services to low and moderate income families, elderly and disabled households to help relieve the community of substandard housing.


Agape Longmont is an emergency homeless shelter/warming center for those in need. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. on dangerously cold nights We work closely with H.O.P.E. to ensure anyone in Longmont that needs shelter on those nights get it from a compassionate host. Call for more shelter sites. Phone: 303-774-7994


Promotes dignity, enjoyment, independence, and a sense of community and purpose for older adults.


Mental Health Partners provides integrated, comprehensive community based mental health services to residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties, with the priority of serving individuals and families with the greatest need. (Also has Sect 8 vouchers)

Creating a culture of opportunity for Boulder's homeless and working poor.


Imagine! provides support services to people with developmental and cognitive disabilities. 


Providing community resources you need to create financial stability for yourself and your family. 


Boulder Office of Disaster Management is designed to make it easier for people to get updates and information during disasters. 

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Colorado's employment matching website system for Job Seekers and Employers. Also, the state of Colorado's official Unemployment Insurance (UI) "Work Registration" website for UI Claimants. 

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The Family Learning Center's (FLC) mission is to encourage successful lifelong learning, empowering families to attain educational and economic sustainability from early childhood to adulthood. 

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This page lists resources that support families and individuals facing food or housing insecurity.


NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness is dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI Boulder County‘s mission is to provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives. 


Boulder Community Health’s (BCH) offers the broadest and deepest range of behavioral health services in Boulder County. Their services are offered on both an inpatient and outpatient basis to best meet each patient's specific needs.


These navigation maps created by the Local Area Collaboratives (LACs) can help identify and connect with organizations providing emergency housing and short-term financial assistance in different regions of Boulder County.


ECCBC has brought together over 35 child and family-serving agencies across Boulder County to work together on a common set of goals to positively impact the kindergarten readiness of our youngest children. 

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The City of Boulder is committed to making homes in our community available to a variety of people. We offer opportunities for homeownership to those with low, moderate and middle incomes.


Housing Connector is a tech-for-good nonprofit that increases access to housing for individuals most in need.

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The City of Boulder is committed to providing community mental health resources for traumatic events, disasters and more.


Learn more about how the City of Boulder works to inspire and empower older adults.

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