Housing Resources of Western Colorado (HRWC) is honored to serve thirteen county's in Western Colorado for the past 39 years. We are committed to providing much needed housing and housing services to those we serve. Our Staff and Board worked over several months to dive-down to what they felt was the essence of who we are as an organization, what do we stand for, and how we want to move forward in continuing to serve the individuals and families in the communities we live in and work in. Below is our new Value Statement. This statement embodies what each of us want for this non-profit and for those that we serve and will serve in the future. We are committed to helping more individuals and families. But, we need your help! Just this year our Weatherization Program grant was cut by $500,000! Please consider a donation to Housing Resources this Holiday Season as you and your family celebrate what is meaningful and sacred to you.
Value Statement: HRWC's values, altruistic in nature, solidify the commitment to serve with integrity and provide the highest quality services to our trusted family oriented community.
To make a donation during Colorado Gives Day, December 6th, please click on the link below. THANK YOU! Without you, we cannot do what we do.
Homebuyer Education Classes (HBE)
Home Buyer Education (HBE) Class Dates and Location for 2016 and 2017:
Classes are offered once a month in Delta, Colorado at the former Delta Housing Authority, Community Room, which is now the Partners office.
For further information please contact, Kelly, at our main office at 970-241-2871 x101.
November – 19th from 9:00am - 3:00pm
December – 10th from 9:00am - 3:00pm
January – 14th from 9:00am - 3:00pm
February – 11th from 9:00am - 3:00pm
March – 11th from 9:00am - 3:00pm
511 E. 10th Street, Delta CO, 81416
This is the old building for the Delta Housing Authority which is now Partners. The building is behind the Middle School Building.
An administrative non-exempt position responsible for assisting with all aspects of the Weatherization job production for the Grand Junction office. Production includes making sure that the process from client intake to job close out is accurate, complete and follows all State Weatherization Program guidelines. Other responsibilities include assisting with purchasing, procurement and inventory.
Plays a significant role in directing the financial operations of the organization and ensuring the quality of programs and services. Meeting the expectations of partners, funders, government entities, etc., is critical to maintaining the financial health of the organization. Oversees all financial functions including accounting, budget, credit, insurance, tax and treasury. Directs organization’s financial policies. Responsible for all organization accounting and human resource activities.