Trailhead Community

Our first project is an apartment building with 77 units. 50% of the apartments are allocated for adults with developmental disabilities and the rest for tenants from the general population. Community and independence... united at last!

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Community Apartments




General population
People/Families with of People with Developmental Disabilities
People/Families with of People with Disabilities


Construction of a warm and welcoming 50-unit apartment building in sountwest Jefferson County which offers affordable housing to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as workforce-priced housing for adults without disabilities. An optional meal plan, large commercial kitchen and dining area, and communal spaces for indoor and outdoor activities all contribute to the making of a community. Residents will manage their own building as a cooperative, making their own decisions in day to day activities


Evidence of Program's Success

Homes of Their Own!
Over 10,000 adults with disabilities in Colorado live with caretakers who are over 60 years old. What will happen when caretakers are no longer there? Adults with intellectual disabilities deserve a place where they can live independently and safely - where they are encouraged to become the very best versions of themselves. But with an average disability income of $1750 per month, these folks are priced out of the current real estate market. As one parent tells us: "My wake up call came when my husband passed away suddenly at age 65. Suddenly, I was faced with the question 'What happens to my daughter when I am gone, too?'"

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