What We Do

Partners in Housing provides one year of housing and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Households include single parents, two-parent households, pregnant individuals, and grandparents. 

Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicant must be 18 years or older
  • Partners in Housing helps households with children
  • Applicants must be legal to live and work in the United States
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check
  • Must be willing and able to work
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
  • The household must be currently experiencing homelessness, in imminent danger of experiencing homelessness or fleeing domestic violence

All applicants for the Partners in Housing program are considered equally without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical ability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local law.

Please note: Due to limited resources, it is possible that not all qualified applicants will get accepted for the Partners in Housing program.

Our Services

Transitional Housing

When you commit to partnering with us, we provide one year of transitional housing paying 30% of your adjusted gross income from your previous month of work. You will be matched with a home according to your family size, accessibility, safety, and transportation needs.

Free Donation Centers

We offer access to our two free donation centers the day your family is accepted into our program. One location offers furniture, mattresses, home décor, and day-to-day clothing, while the other offers hygiene items, a pantry, interview clothing, bedding, kitchen items, and more. All items you receive can be kept when your family moves on from our program.

Personalized Case Management

Each family receives one-on-one casework to help develop a plan to achieve their goals. This plan will vary from person to person, but some common goals include improving employment, education, family well-being, and housing. Caseworkers will also help connect you with any eligible benefits and resources in our community.

Money Mentoring

During monthly appointments with our Money Mentors, you will receive budgeting counseling to improve your finances. Each month, you will have the ability to ask questions about your household budget, spending patterns, and the ability to ask questions about your finances in a nonjudgmental environment. These sessions will help you develop a savings plan and use banking services.

Credit Counseling

During credit counseling appointments, you will have the ability to meet with our Certified Credit Counselor to better your credit and create a plan to do so.


Our job readiness program, Work-It! provides one-on-one sessions with a job coach to focus on improving your resume, practice interview skills, researching training and education opportunities, and searching for improved employment.

Life Skills Classes

Life Skills Classes are offered several times a month and are centered on financial literacy, job readiness, personal growth, health, communication, and stress management. We are adhering to state regulations and are in the process of developing in-person classes.

Technology Support

During your time in our program, we provide WiFi support at no cost, free computer labs, and technology assistance if a family is in need.

Child Enrichment Center (CEC)

We know that childcare can be costly and difficult to find. During all program offerings, we provide on-site childcare through the CEC so that you can focus on achieving your goals. In addition to providing on-site childcare, the CEC offers homework help, movie and game nights, educational computer activities, an outdoor playground, nutritional snacks, holiday celebrations, and more.

Housing Navigation

Halfway through our program, families meet with our Housing Navigator. Our Housing Navigator assists families on their search for housing beyond our one-year program by identifying the key factors landlords will look at when reviewing applications, along with determining what properties make the most sense to apply with based on budget, eligibility, needs, and preferences.

If you choose to download the application, please save the form on your personal device, fill out all areas on the form, and send the completed form to our intake team at office@partnersinhousing.org 

Apply In-Person

Our Doors are Open!

Partners in Housing is accepting applications in person at our main offices during business hours only. Please ring the bell once you arrive, and our intake team will help you get started. Please wear a mask if you are applying in person.

455 Gold Pass Heights, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm

For directions to Partners in Housing, Click Here.

Partners in Housing follows the School District 11 snow closure schedule.

*If you attempt to drop off an application outside of business hours, gates to the Myron Stratton Grounds will be locked