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Housing Resources

Receive help to afford energy bills and maintain safe and warm homes. They provide financial assistance and energy-saving measures to eligible households, including bill payment assistance, energy efficiency upgrades, and education on energy conservation.

(CPLP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance and advocacy for low-income individuals and families facing civil legal issues. CPLP offers free or low-cost legal services in areas such as housing, public benefits, employment, family law, and consumer rights.

LEAP provides financial assistance to help individuals and families afford their home heating costs during the winter months. LEAP assists with bill payment for heating fuels, such as natural gas, electricity, propane, and firewood, as well as emergency furnace repairs and replacements.

Denver shelters provide vital services and support for individuals experiencing homelessness or facing housing instability. These shelters offer safe and temporary accommodations, including overnight stays, meals, hygiene facilities, and access to supportive services such as case management, counseling, job assistance, and healthcare referrals.

The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program provides eligible low-income individuals and families with rental assistance to afford safe and decent housing in the private rental market. Recipients of the voucher are able to choose their own housing, including apartments, townhouses, or single-family homes, and the program subsidizes a portion of their monthly rent.

Urban Peak is a nonprofit organization in Denver dedicated to providing support and resources for youth experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. They offer a range of services, including emergency shelter, housing assistance, education and employment support, mental health counseling, life skills training, and access to basic necessities like food and clothing.

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