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CCT Housing Resources


This page provides details about housing for Colorado Choice Transition clients and resources for accessing housing. 


One of the eligibility requirements for people participating in Colorado Choice Transitions is an agreement to move into qualified housing.  Qualified housing, as defined by the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) are:


  • A home owned or leased by the client or the client's family member
  • A residence in a community-based setting with no more than four (4) unrelated individuals living together
  • An apartment where the client has their own individual lease, living, sleeping, cooking and bathing areas, and lockable access and egress.  Services cannot be contingent on tenancy within the apartment 


Colorado Housing Resources




Department staff have the ability to verify the social security number of client's who are submitting a HUD application, but do not have a social security card.  You can learn about the process in the DAL SSN verfication form and in the SSN verfication form.   


Denver Housing Authority (DHA) has Section 8 vouchers for Denver residents who are CCT participants. Here are the eligibility criteria:

  • applicants must be working with a transition coordinator in the CCT program;
  • applicants must reside in a nursing home in the City of Denver;
  • applicants must want to rent a Section 8 eligible unit within the city limits of Denver


***NOTE: It is important that a participant fill out and submit all of the following documents with the Denver Housing Authority CCT Housing Application to Chris Roe.  Instructions on submitting the application and supporting documentation is listed below.


Denver Housing Authority CCT Housing Application  - This application should be submitted to Chris Roe at the Colorado Division of Housing.  1313 Sherman Street #319 Denver, CO 80203 or scanned and emailed to   

***Note: This application is for housing in Denver County only - updated March 3, 2014 


Additional Colorado Housing Resources




Colorado Department of Local Affairs 


515 Housing Buildings


Affordable Housing for Persons with Disabilites - updated December 2, 2013


Colorado Housing Agencies


Colorado Housing Authroities - updated September 16, 2013


Colorado Renters Guide


Housing Authority Section 8 List


Housing Report for Long-Term Care


PD&R Edge Online Magazine



Housing Articles


HUD Issues New Guidance to Encourage Particpation in State Efforts to Assist Individuals Moving Out of Institutions and into Housing 


Choosing, Getting and Keeping Integrated Community Housing


Managing Waiting Lists of Accessible Units


Tight housing market hit disabled hardest - Loveland Reporter Herald - March 26, 2013


For questions about CCT housing please contact Chris Roe or 303-864-7831 or TTY # 303-864-7758.