Housing Development Program

Our Current Projects

We serve Colorado’s homeless by building building and maintaining emergency shelters, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing on behalf of nonprofit care providers. In doing so, HomeAid frees these care providers to focus on their core services: helping homeless learn job skills, obtain financial education and self-sufficiency, seek counseling and ultimately rebuild lives.

HomeAid currently has 5 projects in development valued at over $6 million. The homes are expected to add or preserve 99 beds.

Hope House Resource Center

Thank you to Builder Captain Meritage Homes for leading the efforts on building a new Resource Center for Hope House of Colorado and securing over $1 million in donations.  The 15,000 square foot facility will empower teen mothers and their children by offering parenting classes, GED courses, mentoring and tutoring, fitness classes, a playground and much more! This new building will enable Hope Hope to triple the number of mothers helped annually. For more info, please view the project brochure.

Community Living Alternatives

This 32 bed new-construction complex in Stapleton will be built by Builder Captains Lennar and Wonderland Homes for Community Living Alternatives. The permanent supportive housing units will benefit adults with disabilities. CLA is committed to developing unique, progressive supports that address individual needs, optimize outcomes, and deliver meaningful and fulfilling lives for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Mountain States Children's Home

Builder Captain Pat Fisher of Gallery Homes will lead this project. The 5,000 square foot residence will be based on a family model of care. A house mother and father with their biological children will live with six placed children in a home environment. The 6 bed project will be valued at $900,000.00.

Discovery Home Kitchen Remodel

Discovery Home operated by Denver Children’s Home was originally built by HomeAid as our first project in 2001. JEhome will take on the remodeling of their kitchen. Discovery Home offers supportive, transitional housing for adolescent boys with the goal of helping low-income and at-risk high school students prepare for the future.

Durango Community Shelter

The Durango Community Shelter operated by Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado will be renovated by Builder Captain Timberline Builders.  The 36 bed facility provides shelter and services to individuals, veterans and families and is the only shelter available for the homeless in the area.

Completed Projects

HomeAid is making a notable impact on homelessness in our state. HomeAid Colorado has garned more than $5 million in in-kind donations, adding more than 374 beds across 56 housing units. HomeAid has created assests for local nonprofits totaling more than $14 million.

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Need Assistance from HomeAid?

Are you a nonprofit care provider looking for construction assistance to expand your current programming? For more information on collaborative projects and how HomeAid Colorado can help you fulfill your mission of supporting Colorado’s homeless, please contact us to learn more.

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Interested in Helping HomeAid?

Are you a member of the home building industry looking to give back by doing what you do best? We rely on your expertise and product donations to help reduce construction related costs.  Contact us to learn how you can change lives in the communities you build by joining our cause.

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