Douglas County residents who are behind on their rent or utility payments due to COVID-19 financial impacts may be eligible for assistance through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. For more information or to apply, visit douglas.co.us/rent-assistance
COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program: Do you qualify?
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watching the video from the March 10 Live Town Hall
NOTICE – June 2 – Consistent with guidelines issued by Colorado Governor Polis, Douglas County is working on a phased-in reopening of County offices to the public while ensuring the health and safety of our staff and citizens. Please continue to visit COVID-19 and Your County Services for information – this page will be updated as more services become available. Thank you for your patience during this transition as we work to restore full service to the community.
The Douglas County Human Services offices are open to the public. The Department of Human Services is committed to providing access to public assistance programs during this time and we continue to provide all services in-person or remotely.
Need to report suspicions of child or adult abuse or neglect?
Call 1-844-264-5437. This line is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round.
Do you have general questions or don’t know where to start?
Please call 303-688-4825 for questions and assistance with our services. Office hours are 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information about community resources concerning COVID19 please visit douglas.co.us/douglascovid19 and click on Human Needs Recovery.
There’s childcare, employment, energy, food, financial, medical and mental health assistance. If you’re an older adult, veteran or a person with a disability, there’s a program designed just for you. There are even transit programs to help you get around. We have protective programs for adult and children. If you need to receive or pay child support, we can help too.
We have partnerships with government agencies, local non-profits, faith-based organizations, and private sector service providers. Working together, we take on the tough issues of poverty and homelessness in Douglas County. View the Douglas County Department of Human Services Non-discrimination Notice. You also report fraud of any of the programs by clicking here.
We’ll help navigate the paperwork. Cut through red tape. And do what needs to be done to get you back on the path to self-sufficiency.
What could be more important than that?