Through the new Office of HOPE, we are focused on connecting individuals and families to healthy living, good paying jobs and affordable housing.
Helping Denver residents experiencing homelessness or struggling to make ends meet by strategically leveraging public and private partner programs and resources to provide:
Our strategy goes beyond a housing-first approach, and focuses efforts on connecting individuals and families to affordable housing, healthy living and good paying jobs. The new approach integrates all three factors to empower people to lead vibrant lives no matter their station in life.
Working with our community partners and city agencies, we compiled a list of 30 short-term actions to improve and expand services, which include:
Health and Supportive Services
Today, the City and County of Denver invests more in affordable housing and homelessness than ever before. The new strategy builds and expands on the considerable work by the city and partners in the areas of housing, job training and health services over the last six years.
By partnering with multiple agencies and groups, we are working on 30 short-term actions to jumpstart our initiatives.
Find out more information about the Lower Income Voucher Equity (LIVE) Denver Pilot Program.
The Landlord Tenant Guide provides an easy-to-understand breakdown of the rights of both residential tenants and landlords in the City and County of Denver.