Boulder County and the City of Longmont have opened applications for CDBG-DR funding. Flood survivors should check out www.BoulderCountyFloodGrants.org or call 303-441-1000, option 2 for county-related CDBG-DR questions. Flood survivors in the City of Longmont should visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/flood-info/flood_assistance or call 303-774-4648.
Residents needing immediate assistance (transportation vouchers, grocery help, utility bill assistance etc.) can dial 2-1-1 or 1-866-760-6489.
Individuals with hearing and speech disabilities can call Relay Colorado at 7-1-1 (or 1-800-659-2656) to indirectly access Colorado 2-1-1.
Individuals in Boulder County requiring referral for immediate resources can also call Boulder County Housing & Human Services at 303-441-1000.
Get more information about Mental Health Services for residents affected by the 2013 Flood. Support groups are also forming in the community, information will be posted to the Support Group page as it becomes available.
Boulder County or Broomfield County residents seeking help from the Long-Term Flood Recovery Group should call 303-442-2178, email or complete the form below. To receive help, residents will need to complete an intake process and be assigned to a case manager who will assess needs and find available resources.
Residents who call the LTFRG or submit information via email will be contacted within a few weeks by a member of the group and asked intake questions. The questions will be in regard to damages and losses, types of funding already applied for and/or received, estimated funds and resources needed for ongoing recovery as well as basic, personal information. Residents are encouraged to compile all flood-related paperwork in one location for easy access.
Broomfield County residents needing information and non-emergency assistance should call 303-438-6390 or email .
Larimer County residents needing information and non-emergency assistance should call 970-461-2222 or email .