Search for Weld County CO housing authority information. A housing authority search provides information on applying for low income housing, veteran housing benefits, senior low-income housing, low-income housing requirements, local low-income housing, homeless veteran housing, income-controlled rent, low-income apartments, low-income homes, and low-income rental housing.
A Housing Authority provides housing options for low-income individuals and families. They typically operate at the county or local level to offer low-income rental housing, rental assistance programs, and other housing options for people who meet the eligibility requirements. Some Housing Authorities own and manage apartments and single-family homes, while others focus on rental assistance programs. Housing Authorities provide information on applying for low-income housing, the income eligibility requirements, and living in Housing Authority properties. They also accept and process applications and handle low-income housing complaints. The Housing Authority website provides information about low-income housing.
Fort Lupton Housing Authority Fort Lupton CO 400 2nd Street 80621 303-857-4400
Greeley Housing Authority Greeley CO 109 1st Avenue 80631 970-351-8229
Johnstown Housing Authority Johnstown CO 202 North Greeley Avenue 80534 970-587-2600
Keenesburg Housing Authority Keenesburg CO 250 Woodward Avenue 80643 303-732-4221
Weld County Housing Authority Greeley CO 903 6th Street 80631 970-353-7437
Windsor Housing Authority Windsor CO 1027 Walnut Street 80550 970-686-5576
The Veterans Affairs Department is a federal agency that provides services to veterans, including Armed Forces veterans and Reserve veterans. The VA also provides housing assistance to veterans who meet the eligibility requirements, as one of the VA programs for at-risk veterans. Veterans can receive housing benefits through collaborations between local Housing Authorities and the VA, particularly for homeless veterans. The VA also leases land and buildings for veteran housing programs. Veterans can learn more about their eligibility for housing services through a local Veterans Affairs Office or the Veteran Affairs website.
Disabled American Veterans Greeley CO 1830 8th Avenue 80631 970-352-6188
J M Post Veterans Club Johnstown CO 104 East South 1st Street 80534 970-587-4500
US Department Of Veteran Affairs Greeley Greeley CO 2001 70th Avenue 80634 970-313-0027
Veterans of Foreign Wars Ault CO 100 1st Avenue 80610 970-834-1212
Veterans of Foreign Wars Platteville CO 621 Grand Avenue 80651 970-785-9989
Veterans of Foreign Wars Evans CO 3501 State Street 80620 970-339-3025
Veterans of Foreign Wars Greeley CO 2514 7th Avenue 80631 970-352-1028
Weld County Veterans Services Greeley CO 1830 8th Avenue 80631 970-336-7218
Senior Centers provide services and programs for elderly members of the community, including emergency assistance, income support programs, and protective services. Senior Centers may also offer housing services for seniors, including low-income housing. Some Housing Authorities reserve space for seniors with income-controlled rent and on-site support services. Senior Centers provide information on applying for senior housing, meeting any income eligibility requirements, and accessing senior housing services. They may also help seniors complete the application process. Senior Centers provide information about their services online.
Greeley Senior Center Greeley CO 1010 6th Street 80631 970-350-9440