Financial Assistance Rent & Utilities – ASC COS

Pikes Peaks Region - Colorado Springs, Colorado
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The Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition Colorado Springs (ASC COS) helps the pikes peaks local community, no matter your immigration status!

Need Help paying your bills? 

ASC COS provides financial assistance for rent, utilities (electricity, water, wifi), and food to any household with at least one person born outside the US. ASC COS helps no matter your status. They will ask where you were born, the area you live in, and how much you owe for your bills. Call 719-257-1218 and leave a voicemail or send a text and a volunteer will get back to you within 48 hours for non-emergency requests.

Family Resources

ACS COS also has volunteers who will help you find safe and affordable housing, register kids for school, open bank accounts, etc. 

Need Assistance on something else? ASC COS can probably help…

  • Drivers License (iDrive)
  • Interpretation, Tranlation, Free Transportation
  • Family resources and Government Guidance
  • Financial Resources Rent & Utilities
  • Food Pantry Food Delivery
  • Know your rights classes

About ACS COS

ASC COS is a non-profit coalition of faith communities in the Pikes Peaks area ASC COS has been committed to advocating for the rights of immigrants in our city and nation since 2017. Currently partnered with Colorado Trust, Colorado Legal Aid, Lutheran Family Services, Voces Unidas para Justicia. 

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Want to learn more?

Click the button bellow to Call ASC COS today, please leave a voicemail or text the number below. A volunteer will reach out as soon as possible. 

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