- Housing Assistance
- Energy Assistance
- Food Assistance
- Small Business Assistance
- Unemployment Benefits
- Consumer Protection
- COVID-19 Resources
assistance for chfa home mortgage customersCHFA is committed to our home mortgage customers during this difficult time and is continually monitoring available loss mitigation and home retention options. Those experiencing difficulties paying their CHFA home mortgage loan due to impacts of COVID–19, or other financial circumstances, are encouraged to work with CHFA’s Loan Servicing Team by applying for hardship assistance online at: www.yourmortgageonline.com/Account/Covid19Hardship.
You may also contact CHFA Loan Servicing’s Loss Mitigation team at 866.397.5370. Please know that CHFA Loan Servicing is experiencing a higher than usual call volume at this time, therefore hold and response times may be longer than expected.
HUD-Approved Housing Counseling
Colorado Division of Housing Interactive Eviction Resources MapThe State of Colorado offers eviction prevention assistance for renters in various parts of the state through several nonprofit organizations. The provision of assistance may be delayed due to high demand. Click here to search for a provider in your area.
Colorado Division of Housing: Emergency Rental Assistance and Homeowner Assistance FundsIf landlords or tenants have been unable to pay rent due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19, they may be eligible for rental assistance from the state. Click here to learn more.
Colorado Division of Housing will be administering the state's allocation of Homeownership Assitance Funds authorized under the American Rescue Plan. Please visit https://cdola.colorado.gov/housing for more information.
Colorado Housing Connects: 844.926.6632
3-1-1 Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance - Denver
United Way 2-1-1Statewide resource for housing, food, health, and basic needs services across Colorado. Click here to visit their website.
Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation Temporary Mortgage Assistance
Colorado Homeownership Coalition temporary mortgage assistanceThe Colorado Homeownership Coalition provides limited mortgage assistance to qualified homeowners experiencing a temporary disruption in income to avoid delinquent mortgage payments and ultimately resume self-sufficiency. Click here to visit their website and learn more.
EOC recently released additional energy assistance funds to their agency partners across Colorado and are ready to assist those who have trouble paying their energy bills. Help can be accessed by calling 1.866.HEAT.HELP (1.866.432.8435) or more information on programs can be found at www.EnergyOutreach.org.
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- Energy Resource Center
The Energy Resource Center is a nonprofit serving 27 Colorado counties including Pikes Peak, San Luis Valley, Northern CO and Denver Metro regions
- Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado (Pueblo)
- Durango Food Bank (La Plata County)
- Family and Intercultural Resource Center (Summit County)
- Food Bank for Larimer County
- Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley
- Food Bank of the Rockies (serving 30 counties statewide)
- Metro Caring (Denver area)
- Weld Food Bank (Weld County)
- Project Angel Heart
Project Angel Heart improves health and well-being for people with life-threatening illnesses by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and promoting the power of food as medicine.
- Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America has several different nutrition and food programs designed to assist individuals with their nutritional needs, families with emergency food, and food pantries and soup kitchens with staples, fresh produce, dairy, and baked goods.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the food assistance program in Colorado, formerly known as food stamps. SNAP provides food assistance benefits as part of a federal nutrition program to help low-income households purchase food. Learn more at
Small Business AssistanceDenver Business Relief Fund and Emergency Relief ProgramDenver Economic Development and Opportunity (DEDO) is establishing an emergency relief program to provide cash grants of up to $7,500 to qualifying small businesses in Denver. The highest priorities are those most affected by the COVID-19, such as the food industry, nail salons, barbershops, home childcare providers, and retail shops. Click here to learn more.
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) COVID-19 Resources
Support for small businesses, nonprofits, freelancers, and independent contractors. Click here to learn more.
SBA Economic Injury Disaster LoansColorado small businesses impacted by COVID-19 can seek individual small business loans up to $2M as part of the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. Small businesses throughout all of Colorado's 64 counties may seek SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans. Governor Jared Polis announced that Colorado’s application for federal disaster area designation has been approved. Click here to learn more.
Unemployment BenefitsColorado Department of Labor and Employment’s Unemployment Insurance Division is responding to questions from both employers and workers impacted by closures as a result of COVID-19.Employees who see a reduction in hours or layoffs are encouraged to apply for unemployment benefits, which can provide partial wage replacement at coloradoui.gov.
scam alertAccording to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus situation. Be on guard against suspicious emails or phone calls asking for personal or financial information. Visit ftc.gov for the latest updates on COVID-19-related scams.
consumer tipsFor information from the Better Business Bureau on avoiding scams, donating wisely, and other smart consumer tips to follow, specifically related to COVID-19, visit bbb.org/coronavirus
report fraudFor additional consumer information and to report fraud to the Colorado Attorney General’s office, visit stopfraudcolorado.gov.