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Sustaining Housing Solutions

A modular home is lowered onto its foundation at GES Tierra Colectiva, a community land trust, in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood of Denver on Aug. 12, 2020. Photo by Joe Mahoney / Special to The Colorado Trust

Overview

The Colorado Trust is seeking to increase housing affordability and stability for those who face barriers to living a long and healthy life. The purpose of this initiative is to fund entities to provide comprehensive, wraparound housing and assistive services.

  • Request for proposals (an updated version was posted on 2/16/2024 with the correct budget ceiling amounts for years 2 and 3)
  • Application template
  • Individual grant amount: $250,000 – $355,000 (for 30 months)
    • Year 1: Floor: $50,000; Ceiling: $85,000
    • Year 2: Floor: $100,000; Ceiling: $135,000
    • Year 3: Floor: $100,000; Ceiling: $135,000
  • Total number of grantees: up to 20
  • Grant period: July 1, 2024 – Dec. 31, 2026
  • The Feb. 9 pre-application webinar is now available for viewing and/or downloading: Program and Service Delivery Grant
    (The Sustaining Housing Solutions, Diverse Approaches to Behavioral Health, Expanding Access to Behavioral Health, Accessing Healthy Foods and Building Food Systems initiatives will be addressed during the same time.)

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Staff

Robert Foley

Grants Program Director

Learn about the health equity issues affecting Coloradans at Collective Colorado, a publication of The Colorado Trust.