Many organizations are helping in various ways during this time of COVID-19. See below to learn more
Boulder County COVID-19 Resources
Boulder County's Main Resource Page for COVID-19
Boulder County has created this central location listing organizations that provide services in the areas of childcare, financial assistance, employment resources, food assistance, elder services, and more.
Call: 720-776-0822 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Sun 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.).
Additional Financial and Housing Supports
Boulder County Housing Assistance Hotline
In addition to visiting their COVID-19 Resources page, you can contact the Boulder County Housing Assistance hotline and leave a message to be called back by a housing specialist within one or two days. Housing specialists will talk abour your circumstances with you to make sure you're connected with the right resources.
Colorado State Unemployment Office
If you have lost your job or are experiencing a reduction in hours or wages, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. Self-employed, independent contractors and gig workers may also be eligible for these benefits.
Call: 303-318-9000, Español: 303-318-9333
Emergency Family Assistance Agency (EFAA)
EFAA may be able to help with expenses and access to basic needs resources such as food through their pantry.
Visit: www.efaa.org/get-help/what-we-do-2/, www.efaa.org/obtener-ayuda/ (Español)
- Workforce Boulder County: 720-864-6600, for job listings and career/financial development opportunities
- Connecting Colorado: https://connectingcolorado.com/ for job listings.
Colorado NAHRO Rental Assistance Fund
Boulder Housing Partners residents may be eligibile to receive additional assistance in paying rent by applying for the CO NAHRO Rental Assistance Fund.
You may be eligible if:
- Your household earned an annual income up to 50% of the Area Median Income prior to March 11, 2020 (Click here to review income chart.)
- You can demonstrate your income was significantly reduced after March 11, 2020
- You have applied for Unemployment Insurance
- Your household is not supported with a housing voucher
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact your Community Manager. Your community manager can provide you with an application that will need to be completed and returned with supporting documents to include proof of income from last three months for all household members over the age of 18, bank statements, proof of unemployment insurance application, and other applicable documents.
If you are a Boulder Housing Partners resident or Housing Choice Voucher holder, please continue to reach out to your Community Manager or Housing Choice Voucher specialist if you have any questions or concerns about paying rent due to COVID19 economic hardships.
Additionally, if you would like assistance navigating local resources listed above, contact BHP's Resident Services team at ResourceConnect@boulderhousing.org or (720) 473-4479.