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Who We Serve

ConnectHome Denver’s focus is to provide services and information to the Denver Metro area’s low to moderate-income individuals, this includes but is not limited to individuals and/or families that participate in any of the following programs:

  • Public Housing Residents

  • Section 8 Residents

  • Head Start 

  • Medicaid 

  • National School Lunch Program 

  • Social Security Disability (SSD) 

  • Community College Student with Pell Grant

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) 

  • Receiving Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) 

  • Financial Assistance (e.g. TANF)

  • Food Support (SNAP), or

  • Annual income under 200% of poverty level

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The Benefits

For public housing and low-income residents, ConnectHome Denver is a critical bridge to gaining the digital access and skills increasingly needed to break the cycle of poverty and to create a future of inclusion and independence.

As a result of Denver families and individuals crossing the digital divide, they will experience:


  • Enriched Education Experiences

  • ​Enhanced Health Care Experiences

  • ​Increased Employment Opportunities​

  • Self Confidence

  • Decreased Loneliness and Increased Social Engagement

  • Digital and Future Community and Inclusion

Services Offered

ConnectHome Denver’s focus will expand to reach the Denver Metro area’s more than 650,000 low to moderate-income individuals by providing:

  • Affordable quality internet options

  • Affordable device options

  • Free basic and intermediate tech classes 

  • One on one tech and device use assistance

  • Assistance applying for and connecting with internet, device and tech resources. 

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