Emergency Family Assistance Association
Provides rent assistance in conjunction with receiving
case management through their agency. Only serves women, families and disabled
men. The Basic Needs Program helps with housing costs (i.e., rent payments to
prevent eviction, utility payments to prevent shutoff), food, minor medical
needs (such as prescriptions and eyeglasses), and essential furniture (such as
beds). Clients are also assisted with access to other sources of assistance,
such as government benefits.
rental assistance program helps our clients and supports our working poor
clients by staying in their home.
After an intake interview, professional caseworkers and
trained volunteers provide emergency food, transportation, utilities,
furniture, minor medical prescriptions, referrals for emergency shelter, and
homeless-prevention help, including rent and utility assistance. Although
services in the Basic Needs Program are typically provided in times of crisis,
agency staff, work in partnership with families to help them regain
Call our Intake Office at 303.772.5529 for appointment if
your needs include rent, utilities, shelter, and/or prescriptions. Our priority
is to assist families with children who are residents of the greater Longmont
area. Assistance to households without children may be provided after a
thorough assessment has been done and as resources permit.
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
Winter Sheltering services are available from October 1
through April 15 for any adult in need. Dinner and breakfast, a safe
place to sleep, storage space for personal belongings, phone and mail service,
access to showers and laundry facilities, and meetings with case managers are
all provided free of charge. Intake is from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
daily. All residents must be checked in by 7:00 p.m. unless prior
arrangements have been made. In order to stay at the Shelter, residents
must abide by basic behavioral rules and get tested for TB.
Progressive Alliance for Non Violence
you or someone you know needs help because of an abusive relationship, call our
24-hour crisis hotline: 303.444.2424.
emergency shelter program offers a safe shelter at a confidential location for
individuals and families who are seeking refuge from interpersonal violence
and/or elder abuse. We welcome all people who are abused, including anyone
traditionally silenced because of their ethnicity, race, religion, age,
ability, income level, sexual orientation, transgender identity or who are
gender non-conforming. During your stay, we can provide case management, community
referrals, group and individual counseling services, safety planning, and help
meeting basic needs such as food and clothing. Our advocates will work to
create an individualized case plan that can assist you beyond your stay at our
Outreach for Homeless Overflow
BOHO opens emergency warming
centers in the facilities of faith communities whenever weather conditions
dictate. Members of the homeless community are not turned away due to lack of
space or intoxication (as long as they remain cooperative) so that those in
need have a warm, safe, dry place to sleep. The status of emergency warming
centers (that is whether open or closed) will be on our FaceBook page. You may also call 303.605.8919 to learn the
emergency warming center status for any given day.
Boulder Housing Partners has a
rental subsidy program for low to middle income residents of Boulder. Must be
making 25k a year to qualify. See website
for income guidelines (Called Boulder Affordable Rentals.) Public housing has a
one to four year wait list and requires residency in Boulder. Sec 8 subsidies preferences are given to
applicants who live and/or work within the city limits of Boulder and are
elderly individuals (62 +), people with disabilities or families with
children. If an applicant does not have the preference, their chance of having
their lottery number drawn is very slim.