While individual eligibility is not determined by N2N, we find the following information and community resources to be helpful. For further information, please contact the resources directly.

Office on Aging Voucher Programs

Larimer County’s Office on Aging offers several resources, guides and voucher programs geared towards older adults and caregiver support in our community. Currently, three voucher programs exist for in-home services, household chores, and family caregiver support. Visit the Office on Aging webpage to learn more and apply.

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a new federal benefit that helps pay for high speed internet service and devices. Eligibility is based on State of Colorado income qualifications (See below). Sign up now and you could receive:

  • A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50)
  • A low-cost or no-cost high speed internet service plan that may be fully covered through the ACP.

Household/Family Size: Annual Income

1: $27,180 or less

2: $36,260 or less

3: $46,060 or less

4: $55,500 or less

5: $64,940 or less

Get FoCo

Get FoCo is an all-in-one application portal to the discounted services and municipal benefits offered by the City of Fort Collins, for income eligible residents. Get FoCo is a partnership between Fort Collins’ Connexion and the City of Fort Collins’ income eligible programming. Some of the programs include:

  • The Grocery Rebate Program is accepting applications starting August 1, 2022.  This program is year round. One application per household each calendar year.
  • Connexion Discount Program:  Digital Access & Equity is an income-qualified rate of $19.95 per month for 1 gig-speed of internet plus wireless. Applications accepted all year
  • Recreation Reduced Fee Program:  Provides income-eligible families and residents reduced cost access to recreation programs, classes, and facilities across the community. Applications accepted all year.
  •  Free Year of SPIN E-bikes & Scooters  Receive five (5) free 30-minute rides per day to get to work, a job interview, run an errand, or get some fresh air. Now accepting applications, and quantities are limited. You must be at least 18 years of age and a resident of Fort Collins to receive the pass.

Kids living in Colorado can take advantage of up to six free mental health sessions through the I Matter program.

Mental health challenges in children across Colorado are widespread, and the pandemic has increased feelings such as sadness and hopelessness in kids. In response to this mental health crisis, the State of Colorado has launched the I Matter program to provide access to three free therapy sessions for youth in Colorado.

  • All Colorado youth ages 18 or younger—or 21 and younger if receiving special education services—are able to receive free services.
  • Youth 12 and older can sign up for counseling sessions without a parent or guardian’s consent.
  • Youth and their parents can visit the platform at IMatterColorado.org to take a confidential online survey about their mental health and schedule sessions with a licensed therapist, primarily via telehealth.
  • A Spanish language version of the program can be found at YoImportoColorado.org, and the program has clinicians who can provide sessions in Spanish.
  • If you have general inquiries about the program, please email [email protected].

CSU Learn Lab

CSU Learn Lab is seeking families with a child or children age 5-13 years who would be willing to participate in a child development study and earn $60 for their time. Learn more here:  CSU Learn Lab

College Plans Sidetracked by the Pandemic?

Finish your education, at no cost to you, with a Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) Grant

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students either paused their college enrollment or delayed plans to attend. To help Colorado students complete their degree and get back to work, Front Range Community College is now offering two grant opportunities at no cost to participating students. These grants help students re-enroll and pay for the rest of their schooling, as well as provide support services, to ensure they can complete their program of study.

The “Finish What you Started” grant is geared towards re-engaging students who have either been out of school for more than two years, or who have applied to the college but did not enroll in classes during the pandemic. Meanwhile, the “Back to Work” grant supports workers displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic, including those who were laid off, lost earnings, had offers rescinded or were unable to enter the workforce due to adverse economic conditions. This program aims to support Coloradans who have been out of school and are now studying in programs aligned with Colorado Top Jobs, including fields such as health care, education, early childhood, and information technology.

To learn more about eligibility and to apply for these grants, visit frontrange.edu/finish. Spring enrollment deadline is January 18, but the program will be available in the summer and fall as well.

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