Greccio Housing is a local nonprofit that exists to create stable, safe, and supportive affordable housing options for low-income individuals and families who work and live in Colorado Springs.
Greccio Housing is providing Eviction Prevention Rental Assistance for low-income households experiencing loss of income due to COVID-19 that reside in Colorado Springs.
For more information, call 719-475-1422 ext. 107.
Our mission is to provide stable, safe, affordable housing, to offer resources for residents to achieve stability, and to promote solutions to the affordable housing needs of our community.
As a community housing development organization in Colorado Springs, Greccio is passionate about serving as an integral part of the housing continuum. Ensuring that our residents are not burdened by the cost of their housing coupled with the ease of access to the variety of services offered through our Resident Resource Center is critical to resident success. Greccio’s Resident Resource is a hub of activity, offering residents access to a variety of services, guidance, and assistance that helps on their path toward self-sufficiency and independence. The advocacy and outreach provided, as well as the skill and community development offered by the Resource team, creates an environment of support, learning, and advancement for our residents.
Greccio is proud to be the recipient of Housing Colorado’s 2017 Eagle Award for our innovative Eviction Prevention Program. Learn more about how were keeping our resident’s stably housed through times of crisis here.
WHAT IS AFFORDABLE HOUSING?
Of households in Colorado Springs are cost burdened by their housing expense
$25,100 and Below
$25,101 - $46,620
$46,621 - $62,150
$62,151 - $93,240
A CAUSE FOR CONCERN
Multifamily Housing Shortage
Area Median Income
The Area Median Income or AMI (updated annually) for a family of four in Colorado Springs is $82,400. As an affordable housing provider, Greccio serves those residents making 80% or less of AMI. 82% of our residents live on 50% of AMI. 59% of families living with Greccio are single-parent households, roughly 55% of the heads of household are female, 26% of the residents are children age birth to seventeen years, and 29% are seniors.