Overview of This Effort
This effort is increasing the accessibility and availability of affordable and income-aligned housing throughout the region and improving educational and workforce outcomes for community members living in affordable housing.
The Challenge We’re Working to Address
*RMP uses the McKinney-Vento definition of homelessness when discussing the housing situations of youth because it provides a more holistic picture of housing instability.
Source: Source: Adams County Resident, Adams County Community Needs Assessment
What We’re All Working Towards
Learn more about this effort, including our data and targets, our action underway in 2022 and beyond, and who’s involved, by clicking on the links in the left sidebar.
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|Matt Horn, RMP Director of Collaborative Action, serves as the Project Manager for this effort. Contact Matt at MattHorn@RMPBackbone.org with additional questions or to learn more.|
- McKinney-Vento Education and Children Youth Program, Colorado Department of Education. Data currently is limited to school districts in Adams County – data will be updated to include other regional school districts in the near future.
- U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, Table DP04 Selected Housing Characteristics. RMP Region data includes Adams County & the City and County of Broomfield. Owners include both community members who have a mortgage and those who do not.