Boulder Housing Partners’ Lee Hill Community operates in partnership with the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless to provide Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) through the Housing First approach. The fully-furnished PSH apartments at Lee Hill offer 31 households the opportunity to live in a supported yet independent apartment environment as they transition out of chronic homelessness.
Who is this program for?
Apartments through the PSH program at Lee Hill are for people with disabilities experiencing chronic homelessness who have lived in Boulder for at least one year (with documented interactions with homeless support agencies). Maximum income may not exceed 30% of the Area Median Income, or for 1 person: $24,570; 2 people: $28,080. Additional qualifying criteria apply.
How do I apply?
To become a resident at Lee Hill, you must join the wait list through Metro Denver Homeless initiative (MDHI), a reference from the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, or another local agency. When an apartment becomes available, a list of eligible residents is sent to the Permanent Supportive Housing team at the Boulder Shelter. The Shelter processes the eligibility of all applications using the Housing First Criteria, then the application is processed by Boulder Housing Partners.
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