Who Qualifies for help?
Persons applying for assistance must be a residents of the Weld RE4 School District
Spanish interpreters available. Please let us know if that would be helpful when you contact us.
What to Expect During Your Intake Appointment
You will need to explain your financial assistance situation and brainstorm possible long-term solutions. You should be prepared to discuss issues such as monthly income and expenses and alternate housing options.
You and a Stepping Stones Board Member will review your application. They will also make a copy of your photo ID and eviction/shut-off notice.
If it is determined Stepping Stones can help your situation, the board member will call your utility company or landlord to verify the amount of money owed.
How long does financial assistance last?
If you qualify for assistance, a check will be made out to the landlord or utility company. Please keep in mind Stepping Stones is able to help clients through a difficult temporary situation. If a client's problem is more long-term, then Stepping Stones may not be able to assist. In those cases, referrals would be made to other agencies better suited to assist the situation.
If you have any questions prior to scheduling your appointment, please email us at email@example.com
Persons applying for financial assistance must:
- Be a resident of the Weld RE-4 School District
- Have written verification of at least one of the following
- Eviction from a private dwelling (Eviction Notice)
- Utility shut-off Notice
- Proof of Security Deposit(s) paid, if requesting first month's rent
- Schedule your appointment by calling 970-821-7549. Please leave a message OR complete our Inquiry Form.
- We will meet with you during Tuesday - Friday 10am-3pm office hours. It may be possible to make other arrangements.
- For your intake appointment, you will need to bring your government-issued photo ID, itemized utility bill and shutoff/disconnect notice, and/or your eviction notice. You will complete an application on-site.
How much financial assistance can I receive?
We provide resources up to $1000 every two years based on a review of the eviction/utility shut-off notice and the family's ability to meet overall needs based on Stepping Stones of Windsor guidelines.
What financial services are available?
Some type of assistance can be provided in the following situations when guidelines are met.
- Eviction prevention
- Utility shut-off prevention
- First month's rent
Consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it is our policy to provide reasonable accommodation when requested by a qualified applicant with a disability, unless such accommodation would cause an undue hardship. If reasonable accommodation is needed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 970 821 7549.