The Adams County Housing Authority (hereinafter, “ACHA”) serves Adams County residents for whom conventional housing is unaffordable. We assist individuals, families, seniors and persons with disabilities throughout all of Adams County, including the rural and unincorporated areas. Our goal is to provide these households with quality, affordable housing options while supporting their efforts to achieve economic self-sufficiency.
The Housing Authority is an independent public corporation authorized by the state under the Colorado Revised Statutes §29-4-501. ACHA is a body corporate and politic agency which was officially organized in 1974 and ACHAs been a HUD approved housing counseling agency since 1978. ACHA is led by an executive director and is governed by a seven-person board of commissioners and is subject to the requirements of Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations (hereinafter, “CFR”) and ACHA’s Policies and Procedures. Though brought into existence by a Resolution of the Adams County Board of Commissioners, it is a separate entity from the Adams County, Colorado government.
ACHA consists of approximately 80 employees, and maintains 1300 multi-family apartments across 14 properties in Westminster, Thornton, and Commerce City.
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Adams County Housing Authority (ACHA) is committed to preserving, developing and managing housing that serves as a long-term community asset and increases housing choices for low and moderate-income individuals and families.
ACHA’s Housing Counseling program offers a full range of services to individuals and families designed to assist them in resolving their housing-related issues and to help them to understand the responsibilities of tenancy and homeownership.
ACHA provides financial assistance for rent/mortgage and/or utility assistance for county residents. Each household that receives assistance is also provided with counseling through ACHA’s Housing Counseling department.