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Need Assistance?

ACCESS Housing is here to help families facing homelessness and housing instability.  If you are looking for general guidance on available services related to basic housing needs, please visit our FAQs for additional information. For a broader guide of Adams County resources, please reference the new Adams County Resource and Referral Platform sponsored by our partners at Adams County and ECPAC.

ACCESS Housing will be taking new applications for December 2023 starting on December 1st and ending on December 5th.  Please be polite to our team in all communications. 

  • Please note you must be an Adams County resident (or Westminster resident including Jefferson County) as the first criteria for our assistance efforts.
  • Based on our monthly process and once the applications window is closed , applicants will only start hearing back from ACCESS Housing AFTER the 15th of a month when taking applications. Please do not call our office or email during this review process – it only delays the process for everyone!
  • Please note that we do NOT take walk-ins nor communicate via Facebook.
  • Please also note that overly large amounts cannot be accommodated (i.e. greater than $5,000 per household.)
  • Application for Assistance in English / Applicacíon de Asistencia en Español — this link will be active between December 1st and December 5th.

Our COVID protocols remain in place through all of 2023 and especially this fall as the flu and COVID have returned. Thus, ACCESS Housing maintains an appointment only schedule (no walk-ins).

Thank you for reaching out to ACCESS Housing. If our FAQs do not answer your immediate questions, please call us at (303) 289-7078 or email us at for more information.

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