We are fortunate to have many wonderful friends working with us — thank you!
9to5 works to empower women and minorities. They have been helping MH residents organize, helped found CoCoMHO, and have been instrumental in getting legislation passed. Find out more about 9to5's housing support resources
Lake County Build a Generation
LCBAG, in Leadville, CO, has also been working with CoCoMHO from the beginning, helping CoCoMHO with its Fall Forums, community outreach, and our first grant.
The Community Engagement, Design and Research Center, at the Univ. of Colorado, has been working with CoCoMHO since our beginning, helping us schedule and fund our Fall Forums.
CEDaR partners with Colorado communities to help build resilient and equitable places.
Sustainable Community Development Clinic
The Sustainable Community Development Clinic in the CU Law School has been a valuable resource for researching helpful law and policy for MH residents.
Colorado Center for Law and Policy
CCLP promote racial equity and economic security for Coloradans facing poverty.
CCLP's Housing focus
Together Colorado is a nonpartisan, multi-racial and multi-faith community organization working to place human dignity at the center of public life in Colorado. Helping MH residents is currently a priority project.
JUC Community Action Network
JUC CAN, with the Jefferson Unitarian Church, partners with Together Colorado, using a community organizing model to bring about structural change for justice. They are collaborating with CoCoMHO in reaching out to MH residents in Jefferson County.
Colorado Homes For All is a coalition of individuals and organizations working on housing justice and equity for all.