Maiker Housing Partners is monitoring the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will provide regular updates to our members and community.
All Maiker offices are closed to the public until further notice. Contact us via email or phone (303.227.2075) to reach our remote working team members.
Telephone: (303) 227-2075
Family and Community Vitality
Investing in the individual and collective power of our members so they can create the lives they aspire to live.
Maiker Housing Partners believes the collective power of our members is the most important ingredient of our mission – to disrupt generational poverty. We support Love and Power community organizing within our affordable housing communities and across the organization. Our organizing model includes Love organizing: building relationships, trust, sense of belonging and shared purpose among neighbors living in a community together; Power Organizing: identifying issues, understanding community historical and current dynamics and advocating for change at the community, municipal and state levels; and Organizational Change: community members and Maiker working together to help Maiker walk the path of a member-centered organization.
Community Resource Navigation
Our members understand best what they and their families need and hope for. At Maiker, we have developed a network of partners across the community in areas such as senior services, emergency services, food banks, mental and behavioral health services, family resource center services and early childhood development resources, just to name a few. Our Community Resource Navigators get to know our members and help them connect to the resource(s) that support their journey. Our Community Resource Navigators and Community Organizers work together to build relationships and trust with our members. That trust is the foundation for the Family and Community Vitality programs and activities.
Early Childhood Development
Maiker Housing Partners hosts the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), a free home visitation and school-readiness program that partners with parents to make sure their child is ready to succeed in school. HIPPY gets both parents and their children ready for the first day of kindergarten, helping to close the achievement gap that can occur throughout the elementary years that puts children at risk for poor educational outcomes. While Maiker does targeted recruitment across its affordable communities for HIPPY, the program is open to any qualifying resident within Adams County. When parents enroll in HIPPY, they will receive a weekly home visit in their home for 30 weeks as well as books and early childhood educational materials.
“I have been attending the Love and Logic class so I can have more patience with my children.”
Flor participates in community classes at Waterview on the Parkway
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Who We Are
Maiker Housing Partners is disrupting generational poverty through socially conscious community development in Adams County.