In The News


Bringing financial education to Mercy Housing communities isn’t just for adults. Recently, Mercy Housing Mountain Plains (MHMP) and community partner the Young Americans Bank joined together to offer an entrepreneurial program for youth residents in grades six through twelve. From developing a business idea to marketing and selling a real product, 26 kids from Utah

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While building new, affordable homes is a necessity, preserving and taking care of existing communities is just as important! By upgrading existing communities, Mercy Housing can supply more affordable housing opportunities for the long-term. Timbercreek Apartments The major renovation at Timbercreek Apartments is off to a great start. Once complete, each home will feature new

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Still Growing

Collaboration is the foundation on which Mercy Housing Mountain Plains communities are built. Just in time for the 2023 holidays, we welcomed families at two brand-new properties in Colorado: Northfield Commons and The Rose on Colfax. We also broke ground on Glendale Senior, which will soon be home to 148 seniors. Our development pipeline has

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City, private, and nonprofit foundations collaborated to support families with affordable housing and to stem neighborhood gentrification DENVER—Mercy Housing, Inc., a leading national affordable housing nonprofit headquartered in Denver that every day serves tens of thousands of people across the U.S. with low incomes, Mile High United Way and Mile High Early Learning announced today

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Mercy Housing Mountain Plains has been awarded a 2023 Mercy C.A.R.E.S. Community Reinvestment Grant for $308,200. The grant will fund a new, full-time Health Navigator who will bring additional health education and healthcare access to 650 senior residents across 13 Mercy Housing Mountain Plains communities over three years. The Health Navigator addresses barriers to care

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Residents of Grace Apartments in class

Bringing financial education to Mercy Housing Mountain Plains communities isn’t just for adults. From developing a business idea to marketing and selling a real product, 26 kids from Utah and Colorado are learning all about becoming entrepreneurs in YouthBiz. The program from Young Americans Bank teaches youth about entrepreneurship and economic prosperity through hands-on programs

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Piggy bank with grad hat and stacks of coins

Making GAINs

Providing a path to affordable housing is just one step in the process of building a stable life. Oftentimes, those who find a home with Mercy Housing have lived under incredibly difficult circumstances that continue to impact their lives even after they finally find a place to call home. Because of this, Mercy Housing provides

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Tory Schulman on stage with Jenalee and daughters

We could not be more grateful for our community of Mercy Housing Mountain Plains supporters who joined us at The Ritz-Carlton in Denver on September 21st for the Power of Home. Together, we raised nearly $400,000, making it our most successful Power of Home to date! All funds will go directly to supporting the essential

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Mercy Housing – Colorado – Denver Police Department For the past year, The Denver Police Department (DPD) has been a partner in our Sister Lillian Youth Apprenticeship Program (YAP) at Grace Apartments and Holly Park Apartments in Denver. The Sister Lillian YAP provides students with the guidance, structure, and effective feedback necessary to realize success.

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Friends attend Skills Trade Workshop

Mercy Housing Mountain Plains (MHMP) and Swinerton, a national construction company, recently teamed up for a Technical Construction Skills Trade Fair in Denver, where over 20 youth residents learned about the construction industry. Held at Swinerton’s Denver warehouse, students in grades six and up learned about the construction industry with the help of the Construction Education Foundation

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