Affordable Housing Development Grants or Loans
Increasing the availability of safe, affordable housing in Colorado is one of the Division of Housing's top priorities. The Office of Housing Finance and Sustainability in the Division of Housing offers various services and financial assistance to help make housing and shelter a reality for citizens throughout the state.
Division of Housing Funding Opportunities
Hires capacity-building consultants to assist local nonprofit organizations and housing authorities through the process of becoming certified as a Community-Based Development Organization as defined at 24 CFR § 570.204(c).
Expands the number of voucher administrators we contract with across the state.
Increases the production of Supportive Housing, also known as Permanent Supportive Housing, for extremely low-income people experiencing homelessness with complex barriers to housing stability.
Promotes equity in the delivery and outcomes of homeless assistance, highlights the importance of youth leadership (through Youth MOVE CO), evaluates the coordinated community approach, expands capacity, evaluates performance measures and establishes a framework for Federal program and Technical Assistance collaboration.
Seeks administrative agencies/organizations able to provide some or all of the following services as part of the statewide Emergency Rental Assistance Grant Program. Eligible applicants include Colorado-based non-profit organizations such as Case Review and Administration and Housing Stability Services.
Questions and Answers Virtual Meeting, Round 2
Temporary Rental Assistance Grant (TRAG) Request for Applications (RFA)
Wednesday, December 13 · 11:00am – 12:00pm
Time zone: America/Denver
Google Meet joining info
Video call link
Or dial: (US) +1 260-376-2704 PIN: 699 227 736#
Additional Funding Opportunities from the Department of Labor Affairs
Builds community resilience regarding electric grid disruptions through the development of microgrids.