Eviction Defense

Eviction Defense What: Seminar on renter resources Why: We all should know what our rights and options are to remain in our homes When: October 27th, 5:30 – 7:30pm Where: Trinity United Methodist Church (1820 Broadway, Denver, CO, 80202) Who:…
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D10 September News Highlights

Read the top three stories for Denver Perfect 10’s September 2022 Newsletter Denver Supports Safe Parking Program for Persons Experiencing Homelessness Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST) announces the recent awarding of a $150,000 contract to the Colorado Safe Parking…
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Denver Moves Hundreds of People from Homelessness to Housing Over 100-Day Surge Effort

Utilizing an infusion of additional federal resources resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Denver concluded its second 100-day housing surge earlier this month to rehouse persons experiencing homelessness. A total of 359 households, including 597 individuals, were placed into housing. “Denver’s…
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Homelessness in District 10 and Denver

Homelessness and Denver   Homelessness and District 10 Homelessness is the top concern of District 10 residents Homelessness is the top concern of the people who contact my office.  Or, to be more specific, the top concern is unsanctioned encampments…

Denver receives nearly $22 million in federal emergency rental assistance funds

Denver is receiving nearly $22M in federal Emergency Rental Assistance funds from the US. Department of Treasury. The new program will complement Denver’s locally funded Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program as well as a similar program deployed with federal Coronavirus Relief Funds last year. Together, these programs served more than 2,100 unique households between March-December 2020.

Metro Denver Homeless Initiative awarded grant to support housing stability

Metro Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI), through the support of Mayor Michael B. Hancock, has received $300,000 from the Metropolitan City 2021 CommunityWINS grant to support its Housing Stability Flexible Fund (Flex Fund). The grant will support individuals and households who are experiencing homelessness but have an immediate housing opportunity, as well as those at risk of experiencing homelessness.