Housing & Human Services 

Housing & Human Services

We are building a healthy, connected community that empowers people and strengthens families by confronting the root causes of crisis and instability.  

 

Our Programs


Health Coverage
Health Coverage
Food Assistance
Food Assistance
Family & Children Services
Family & Children Services
Housing
Housing
Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance
Education & Skill Building
Education & Skill Building
Elder Services
Elder Services



News & Upcoming Events


Boulder County Connect

Boulder County Connect helps clients track and manage the supports they receive through Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services, from Food Assistance (SNAP) to Cash Assistance (TANF), and from Housing Choice Vouchers to Foster Care (and everything in-between). You can see the status of a case, find out if there are verifications needed, and even upload documents directly into the system.


Resource Guide

For our clients and community partners, we've created a comprehensive Resource Guide of the many services we provide in collaboration with our partners around the community. Check it out, and please pass it along!


The Affordable Housing Crisis in Boulder County

How does affordable housing help our community?


Disaster Relief Funding Available to Help Boulder County Residents Recover from Flood

Boulder County is now accepting applications for funding to help residents impacted by the 2013 Flood. Funding is available for home and property repair and rental assistance, and will be prioritized according to household income and other indications of need. Please visit our Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery page for more information. If you are a flood-impacted Boulder County resident (anywhere in the county) who is seeking only home purchase down payment assistance, this is being provided by the City of Longmont.

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Human Services Safety Net (TSN) Reports

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Our Strategic Priorities


BCDHHS Featured in Governing Magazine

In summer 2016, Boulder County Housing and Human Services was featured in Governing Magazine for our visionary work in our community. The article focused in particular on our successful prevention-based, wraparound approach to supporting people in need.

Here's the article.


2016 CDC HUD ASTHO Convening: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Address Housing Instability

Throughout the country, health systems are beginning to partner with social service providers, local government agencies, and stakeholders from many other sectors to address the Social Determinants of Health. At a November conference in Atlanta, BCDHHS Director Frank Alexander had an opportunity to share his thoughts around how housing instability is closely linked with poor health outcomes, and the ways in which BCDHHS is integrating prevention-oriented supports to address this.

Here's a PDF of his presentation.


2015 Governing Conference

BCDHHS Director Frank Alexander was a keynote speaker at the 2015 Governing Health and Human Services Summit in Washington, D.C. He was asked to address this question: "How can HHS leaders coordinate systems integration, early intervention, and collective impact strategies to facilitate a new framework for sustainable change?"

Here's a PDF of his presentation from that keynote address.

Human Services Innovation

Please see these recent reports featuring Boulder County's innovative approach to integrated human services delivery.

    HHS - Our New Logo

    Hope for the future, help when you need it.




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    Contacts

    Housing & Human Services

    Phone: 303-441-1000
    Fax: 303-441-1523
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    Mailing Address

    P.O. Box 471
    Boulder, CO 80306

    Boulder

    Benefits: 3460 Broadway
    Map & Directions
    Housing: 2525 13th St, Suite 204
    Housing Phone: 303-441-3929
    Housing Fax: 720-564-2283
    Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F

    Longmont

    515 Coffman St.
    Map & Directions
    Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F

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