Our Participating Providers In:
Northwest: Counties of Garfield, Mesa, Moffat, Rio Blanco, Routt
Supported by our parent company HTLF, our unique model allows us to leverage technology, efficiency, and strength to enable us to deliver the best of both worlds: the resources and tools of a large company, combined with local decision-making, unmatched customer service, and in-depth understanding of our customers and communities.
The Division of Housing (DOH) partners with local communities to create housing opportunities for Coloradans who face the greatest challenges to accessing affordable, safe, and secure homes. DOH supports projects ranging from homelessness prevention to homeownership
Our mission is to educate and inform the public, community leaders and elected officials in diverse communities across the state on issues which impact the health and well-being of older Coloradans.
The Colorado Attorney General is dedicated in protecting Colorado consumers and businesses against fraud by upholding the various laws designed to maintain a fair and competitive business environment while protecting consumers from being targets of fraud. Whether scammers are attempting to concoct elaborate investment schemes, to bait-and switch advertising, to lender and elderly fraud, the various Criminal and Civil Units within the office are devoted to keeping Coloradans safe.
Colorado Housing Connects helps renters reach critical eviction prevention services while also helping homeowners find a HUD-approved housing counseling agency for foreclosure prevention, answering all sorts of housing questions in between.
The CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging serves as a centralized resource for academic and community stakeholders interested in improving the health and wellbeing of older adults
Energy Outreach Colorado's vision is to ensure all Coloradans can afford their energy needs. Energy Outreach Colorado leads a network of industry, state and local partners to Support, Stabilize and Sustain Coloradans to afford their energy needs.