Creating vibrant communities and sustainable neighborhoods since 1938
DHA’s vision is that every individual or family shall have quality and affordable housing, in communities offering empowerment, economic opportunity, and a vibrant living environment.
DHA strives to support our residents
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About The Denver Housing Authority
Denver Housing Authority is a quasi- municipal corporation with a portfolio of over 13,000 units and housing choice vouchers, providing affordable housing to more than 26,000 very low-, low- and middle- income individuals. DHA has transformed public housing in Denver, creating a vibrant, revitalized, sustainable, transit-oriented and mixed- income community of choice.
DHA’s mission is to develop and provide high-quality, affordable housing with responsive services, enabling people and communities to thrive.
Did you know?
DHA is the largest Public Housing Authority in the Rocky Mountain Region. DHA has a portfolio of over 13,000 units and provides affordable housing for over 26,000 Denver residents.
Years Creating Communities
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2023 CONTRACTING OPEN HOUSE
Thrive & Greenhaus Homes Open to families, affordable and market rate units available
DHA delivers for the City and County of Denver
DHA was awarded the Low Loss Achievement Award from Housing Authority Insurance Group.
People currently being served
Children being served
91 PHAS Score
The Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) is the system that HUD uses to assess a PHA’s performance in managing its low-rent public housing programs.
104% Semap Score
The HCV Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) measures the performance of the public housing agencies that administer the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
Denver Housing Authority (DHA) as a HUD-Approved Counseling Agency, offers a Homeownership Program to provide educational and financial benefits to its participants. This program is designed to educate individuals on how they can become “loan ready”. With the assistance of the Homeownership Program, over 200 DHA residents have become homeowners.
Give to DHA
Our donors, our partnerships and funding sources make all the difference
The primary source of funding for DHA is the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development.
DHA & Denver
Intergovernmental Agreement to accelerate the affordable and supportive housing pipeline. (1,300 Units)
Sun Valley Revitalization through the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative implementation and planning grant. ($500,000)
Ensuring long-term fiscal stability and preserving key assets.
DHA continues to revitalize public housing properties with significant quality of life outcomes for residents.
Safe. Sustainable. Opportunity.
My Housing at DHA
We offer a variety of housing opportunities. Seeking to pay your bill, learn about your options, and more? Check out your portal.