Aunt Bertha makes it easy to ﬁnd and apply for free and low-cost programs of any kind, anywhere — from food, housing and health to education, work and retirement.
This FREE card is provided to you in a joint eﬀort of El Paso County and the National Association of Counties (NACo). You can save money on many of your prescription purchases!
Our mission is to increase the capacity of low-income individuals and families to be self-suﬃcient. Since 1964, REACH Pikes Peak, previously Pikes Peak Community Action Agency (PPCAA), has provided services to improve the lives of low-income individuals and families in the Pikes Peak region.
Applications for all DHS assistance programs will be accepted, Food Assistance and Medicaid applications will be processed, questions related to DHS assistance programs can be answered and client documents can be dropped oﬀ.
Energy Outreach Colorado is the only non-proﬁt organization in the state raising funds to help limited income Coloradans aﬀord home energy.
The Colorado Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is a federally funded state-supervised, county-administered system designed to assist with your winter heating costs for a primary home heating system.
The Eastern Plains Community Pantry encourages, supports, and enhances the quality of life of community members by assisting with food distribution, life necessities and other resources for everyone with respect and dignity and without judgement.