Housing

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HOUSING

HomeAid Colorado brings together construction-industry professionals and affiliates to complete construction projects and provide critical resources to non-profit care providers who assist those in our community at a high risk of homelessness.

As the charity of choice for the Colorado Association of Home Builders, HomeAid matches licensed, construction industry professionals with non-profit care providers who assist those at high risk of homelessness, to complete construction projects that fit their scope and size of work.

This partnership allows non-profit care providers to focus their energy and resources on providing direct services to those experiencing homelessness while builders provide construction-related technical assistance, labor, and donated materials to complete construction projects at a fraction of the cost.

Once residents stabilize and move on to self-sufficiency, the home in which they were living becomes available for the next person or family that needs help.

The HomeAid model is the gift that keeps on giving.

How It Works
  1. Care providers submit application to HomeAid
  2. HomeAid leverages relationships within the construction industry to establish a “Builder Captain” for the project
  3. The Project Development Committee works to secure suppliers and a workforce for the project
  4. The project and budget are approved
  5. Plans, vendors and permitting are established
  6. The “Builder Captain” oversees the construction process start-to-finish
  7. When complete, the facility is owned and operated by the care provider

CURRENT PROJECTS


COMPLETED PROJECTS

Completed Projects

Counseling Office

Champa House

Hope House Resource Center

Discovery Home Kitchen Remodel

16th St Transitional Housing-Phase I

Safe House

Chase House

Girls Hope 2016

Discovery Home Basement

The Crossing @ Glencoe

Volunteers of America veterans III

Volunteers of America Veterans Project-Clermont Commons II

Volunteers of America Veterans Project I

Arvada Townhomes

Girls Hope 2009

Lowry Campus II

  • Completed: 2009
  • For: Third Way Center
  • Builder Captain: John Laing Homes and Haven Builders

Angel Village

Safe Shelter of Saint Vrain Valley

Lowry Campus I

  • Completed: 2007
  • For: Third Way Center
  • Builder Captain: John Laing Homes and Haven Builders

Partners Crossing

Garden Crossing

Village III │Extreme Makeover

  • Completed: 2005
  • For: BeyondHome
  • Builder Captain: Standard Pacific Homes

The Place

Hope Haven

  • Completed: 2004
  • For: Hope Haven
  • Builder Captain: Just Companies

Village II

Partners Corner

  • Completed: 2003
  • For: Partners in Housing
  • Builder Captain: Robert-Scott Enterprises (now Infinity General)

Village I

  • Completed: 2003
  • For: BeyondHome
  • Builder Captain: Village Homes

Monarch Home

Discovery Home

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