In Adams County, the fair market rent for a two-bedroom apartment is $1,508. In order to afford this, a household must earn at least $60,320/year.

For the last three years the top three reasons given for homelessness in Adams County are:

1. Loss of employment

2. Housing costs are too high

3. Family or relationship breakup (divorce)

HOW WE HELP

 

In 2019 we provided 515 residents of Adams and Weld counties with rental assistance. 

According to the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative's Point in Time Survey, 62% of those homeless in Adams County are families with children.

To afford a $1,508/month rental, a single wage earner would need to be paid $29.00/hour to live comfortably & a mininum wage worker must work 105 hours per week to afford the same rental.  For more info, go to National Low Income Housing Coalition.

HOW WE HELP

 

In 2019 we provided assistance to a total of  2,540 individuals

HOW WE HELP

 

In 2019 we provided assistance to

1,322 children

HOW WE HELP

 

In 2019 we provided 241 residents of Adams and Weld counties with utilities assistance.

Contact Us:

231 N. Main St.

Brighton, CO  806012

303-659-6199

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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