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I am homeless, where can I get shelter assistance?
There are no shelters in Broomfield; however, if you are a family with children, you may contact the Emergency Family Assistance Association at 303.442.3042. The United Way of Denver (Mile High United Way) also has current information of available shelter space in the Denver metro area. You may access their referral service by dialing 2-1-1.

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1. How do I get on the Section 8 waitlist?
2. How do I apply, or get on the wait list, for a low income apartment?
3. I am homeless, where can I get shelter assistance?
4. My water heater broke, how do I get emergency repair assistance?
5. Where do I get information on the Home Rehabilitation Program?
6. Where do I get information on the Mobile Home Repair Program
7. How do I apply for the Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program?
8. Is there first time homebuyer down payment assistance available in Broomfield?
9. I am struggling to keep my home out of foreclosure, who can help me?
10. I have a dispute with my landlord (or tenant), where can I get help?
11. I need help paying my utility bill, who can I contact?