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Who’s Eligible?

While ConnectHome Denver’s initial focus will be in DHA West Denver Renaissance Collaborative neighborhoods, the initiative will expand to reach the Denver Metro area’s more than 650,000 low to moderate-income individuals, including:

  • DHA Residents
  • Head Start
  • Section 8 Residents
  • Medicaid
  • National School Lunch Program
  • Social Security Disability (SSD)
  • Community College Student with Pell Grant
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
  • Financial Assistance (e.g. TANF)
  • Food Support (SNAP), or
  • Annual income under 200% of poverty level

What are the benefits?

As a result of Denver families crossing the digital divide, they will receive:


Enriched Education

  • Preschool access
  • Primary & Secondary school work resources
  • Post-Secondary pathways (college readiness, prepare for SAT exam, college applications, applications, college financial aid forms, etc.)

Enhanced Health Care

  • TeleHealth
  • Skype with medical professionals
  • Access to insurance web sites with account information

Increased Employment Opportunities

  • Career development and training
  • Online job searching
  • Employment applications