Are you unable to make rent and/or utility payments because of financial hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic? Learn how you can get help here.

If you haven’t filed your tax return yet, you may still be eligible to receive child tax credits. Don’t miss out on your legal right to monthly support through the end of the year. Learn more

Resources

State/County/Local Government

The Homeless Prevention Activities Program was enacted during the 1989 session of the Colorado General Assembly in response to the growing number of families and individuals who lacked the resources necessary to provide for their own adequate shelter. The purpose of the program is to provide assistance to households who are at risk of losing their homes without some kind of community assistance. Funding for the program is made available through a State Income Tax Check-off, which allows Colorado residents to make voluntary contributions on their State Income Tax Return.

Help Keep Colorado Warm this Winter

Through the Charitable Energy Network and the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP), they help those in need across Colorado. They also support Energy Efficiency Programs that provide long-term solutions to help needy Coloradoans control their energy use and lower their bills.

Public Information & Resources

Maiker also provides Public Housing Agency (PHA) Plans and helpful documents and information. Learn more in our Public Information section.
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