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Help for Homes – Local Government Partnerships

Several local cities and counties use Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other municipal based funding sources to underwrite many of the costs associated with home repairs and modifications.  Brothers Redevelopment also uses private grant based assistance program funding to work on specific needs in the community. Income-qualified homeowners living in participating areas may be eligible for assistance from our programs.

Low- to moderate-income Commerce City residents may be eligible for one or more Home Repair Programs (HRPs), as part of the city’s CDBG program.  There are three HRPs available for residents:

  • Minor Home Repair Program – These programs are available to all eligible residents within the specific City or County the program is active in. Eligibility varies from program to program however all participating residents must own their respective home, maintain homeowners insurance and fit within the income limits of the specific program. All MHR programs require a complete application.
  • Home Rehabilitation Program – These programs focus on larger scale home repair, barrier removal for accessibility and deferred maintenance to major home systems such as sewer, water/plumbing, electricity, heating and roofing. Eligibility varies from program to program however all participating residents must own their respective home, maintain homeowners insurance and fit within the income limits of the specific program. All Home Rehabilitation programs require a complete application.
  • Accessibility, Visitablity – These programs focus on modifications and repairs to a home that allow safe access and mobility inside and outside the home. These programs require a direct need for service along with income verification and completed applications.
  • Specialized scope of service programs – These programs work on specific housing assistance related issues such as sewer or water supply repair or replacement, safety rail and ramp installations and exterior garden structure and greening projects. These programs require a direct need, are based on location and available funding along with income verification and completed applications.


In partnership with the City of Aurora, Brothers Redevelopment provides much needed home repairs, accessibility modifications, deferred maintenance renovation, and general home rehabilitation services for income qualified Aurora homeowners through the Minor Home Repair Program.

The Minor Home Repair Program allows Aurora homeowners to receive up to $15,000 for impactful home rehabilitation services. To apply for the program, click here. 

Commerce City:

To learn more about Commerce City’s programs with Brothers Redevelopment, click here:  Community Development (to go to the city’s website).

Colorado Springs:

Brothers Redevelopment offers a large slate of services to residents in Colorado Springs, unincorporated El Paso County and other communities in the county. If you are a resident in these locales, please contact our Colorado Springs office for more information: Call BRI’s Housing Specialist, 719-666-7181, or email

For more information on services available in your area, or for an application form, please email If you need services and your city or county is not listed here, including Denver, please email and ask about the Brothers Redevelopment Neighborhood Caretakers Program.

To qualify for the program, homeowners must occupy the home, meet specific income guidelines and be a legal resident of the U.S. For more information on income qualifications, or to receive an application, email our Denver Metro Area team at If you are in the Colorado Springs/El Paso County area, email our team there at

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