Partners in Housing guides families in housing crisis from insecurity to stability, self-reliance and prosperity.

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Partners in Housing offices are currently open by appointment only.


We are still accepting applications.

Applications will be available outside of our main entrance doors at 455 Gold Pass Heights or HERE. Applications can be dropped off in the mailbox to the left of our main entrance doors at 455 Gold Pass Heights Monday-Friday 8:30a-4:30p, dropped off at our downtown office at 21 South Wahsatch Monday- Thursday until 6:30p or returned via email to After your application is submitted, we will call you to review your application with you.



Families make a bold choice to enroll with Partners in Housing. Beyond receiving one year of transitional housing, our families commit to:

• Individualized case management,

• Life skills training,

• Budget and credit counseling

• Career preparedness and placement

It’s not easy, but our clients embrace the opportunity to change their family’s future.

We provide our clients a transformational opportunity to better their lives, to change their family’s narrative and to open doors for a brighter future. We meet our families where they are in life, and guide them to discover their potential, by highlighting and supporting their strengths and skills while offering them new resources.

All applicants are screened carefully and equally to assess eligibility criteria along with motivation.

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As we all deal with the impact of COVID-19 on our community and our nation, Partners in Housing staff continues to serve one of the most vulnerable populations, families experiencing homelessness.
Through the development of our Business Continuity Plan, we are serving our Partner families through consistent phone communication and implementing other technology to keep clients and staff safe and healthy. We continue to provide casework support, life skills classes, money mentoring and credit counseling, employment coaching, and of course, housing, to guide our families progress towards self-reliance.
The families with children who are living in the Partners in Housing program homes came to us from crisis circumstances. From loss of housing, domestic violence situations, lack of childcare, and transportation, the families started working towards independence, but uncertainties with health and economic issues have changed the needs of our Partner families.
Though Partners in Housing usually receives rent from our clients, based on their income only, we know this will be largely diminished due to COVID-19 related job losses. We are seeking funding from local donors and foundations and state and federal sources to replace rental revenue and are pleased to be in a position that none of our Partner families or tenants will be in jeopardy of losing their housing.
While we are able to continue to provide services, our Partner families need the support of Partners in Housing and our community more than ever, as they deal with a new and unknown kind of crisis.
  • Partners in Housing continues to accept applications for our transitional housing program and we hope you will refer families who are in housing crisis to us.

  • Our pantry located at our Colorado House facility is open on Tuesday and Thursdays from 11:30am to 3:30pm to allow families access to food, diapers, hygiene, and other cleaning products. During this time, we are only able to accept donations of the above mentioned items and are particularly in need of food items such as soups, pasta, bread, lunch meat, cheese, milk, fruit (canned, dried or fresh), toiletries and cleaning products.
We appreciate your past support in so many ways and ask that you continue to send your thoughts, prayers, and well wishes for all the families with children in our program.
Thank you again for your support in these difficult times,
Mary Stegner
Executive Director

Ways to Donate

If you’re considering a gift of $250 or more, please see information about the Enterprise Zone and Child Care tax credits on the Give Money page.

If you ever have any questions about how your donation is used or how your information is stored, please do not hesitate to contact Executive Director, Mary Stegner at  (719) 325- 5831

Donate Online:  Have your credit card ready and follow this link to the Online Donation Portal.

Donate by Mail:  Partners in Housing, 455 Gold Pass Heights, Colorado Springs, CO  80906.

Donate by Phone:  Call Mary Stegner, (719) 325-5831.  We accept most major credit cards.

Donate by Bequest:  see the sample bequest form and visit with your accountant or attorney:

  • Remember PIH in your will, estate or retirement plan and leave a lasting legacy for homeless families!  Naming Partners in Housing as a beneficiary is simple and has lasting effect.
  • Legacy giving does not take great wealth.  Naming PIH as a beneficiary of a will, trust or retirement plan is a simple way to make a gift that otherwise may not have seemed possible.  By designating PIH, you can give the gift of a lifetime!
  • We are honored by the foresight and generosity of donors who make a legacy gift. For more information please contact Executive Director, Mary Stegner at 719-325-5831.


No matter how you do it, when you make a donation, you can walk beside our families on their path to self-sufficiency. Together we can transform lives. Thank you!


Partners in Housing abides by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Ethics and Donor Bill of Rights. We never sell or share donors’ information with any other agency, company, or person.




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