Housing Counseling Services
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 clients work with certified housing counselors to thoroughly review the situation and together design an action plan to solve the problem at hand. Through this process, counselors give their clients available options to choose from and then let the client select he option best-suited for their unique household circumstances.
Areas of counseling available:
Foreclosure Prevention Workshops - Workshops are free of charge and open to the community throughout the month. Clients learn about Colorado's foreclosure timeline, ways to cure default, disposition strategies, how to talk to the lender, financial strategies and implications of short-sales and foreclosure. To register for a seminar, please call 303-227-2013
Homeownership Program - CHFA certified workshops are free of charge and open to the community throughout the month. Clients learn about special programs for first time homebuyers. The class covers issues like finding the right realtor, selecting a lender, protecting your investment, and determining if buying a home is the right choice for you. To register for the seminar, please call 303-227-2013
Rent Delinquency - Qualified financial assistance though grant or loan funds, mediation with landlord, money/debt management, and ongoing supportive counseling services. To register for a seminar, please call 720-227-2090.
Utility Delinquency - Qualified financial assistance through grant or loan funds, mediation with landlord, money/debt management, and ongoing supportive counseling services. To register for a seminar, please call 303-227-2090.
Foreclosure Intervention - Mediation assistance, money management and budgeting, negotiating skills, refinancing assistance, and loss mitigation options for all types of mortgages including: FHA, VA, Conventional, and sub-prime.