Rental Assistance and Permanent/Semi Permanent Housing
SLV HOUSING COALITION
ALAMOSA HOUSING AUTHORITY
SLV BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
IMMIGRATION RESOURCE CENTER
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Colorado Emergency Rental Assistance program (ERAP)
Tenants who have been unable to pay rent due to financial hardship caused by Covid-19 may be eligible for rental assistance from their county or the state. The Colorado Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) can help cover rent as far back as April 2020. Help can include past due, current, and two additional months of rent up to a maximum of 15 months of assistance.
The SLVHC has been dedicated in its efforts to bring safe and affordable housing to our Valley residents through the programs offered including: Home Rehabilitation (REHAB), Down Payment Assistance (DPA), Affordable housing.
Alamosa Housing Authority is a Public Housing Agency that participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), and Public Housing programs.
Offers a comprehensive array of useful services including: Prevention and intervention programs to mental health outpatient, Addiction treatment services, and Judicial and offender services. Specific behavioral health services include: Crisis intervention, Psychiatric, Mental health outpatient services, and Substance abuse treatment. We also offer supportive services such as housing and client and family resources.
The San Luis Valley Immigrant resource Center is a safe place for people to come and address immigration related questions and needs. The center provides services in an area where no other aid is available. IRC’s services are non-governmental, confidential, and minimum fee based. Programs include: Language assistance, Counseling services, Victims Assistance, Rehousing, and Legal Assistance.
La Puente has the following programs to support the community:Adelante Family Resource Center, Crisis Prevention Resources, Food Bank Network, PALS Children's Program, ReThreads, Rural Outreach, Shelter, Social Enterprises, Street Outreach, VEGI Garden Program, Volunteer Coordination, St. Benedicts Campsite
Families and individuals in need of decent, affordable housing apply for homeownership with their local Habitat for Humanity.
Each local Habitat’s family selection committee selects homeowners based on three criteria:
- The applicant’s level of need.
- Their willingness to partner with Habitat.
- Their ability to repay a mortgage through an affordable payment plan.
As part of their willingness to partner, Habitat’s homebuyers invest hundreds of hours of their own labor, called sweat equity, working alongside volunteers and other Habitat homeowners.
Habitat for Humanity follows a nondiscriminatory policy of family selection. Neither race nor religion is a factor in choosing Habitat’s homeowners.