I’m a Denver resident with a breathing condition and interested in free energy efficiency upgrades

Healthy Homes Program

The Healthy Homes Program provides energy efficiency improvements to income-qualified Denver residents living with breathing conditions. 

The scope of work may include air quality improvements, solar subscriptions, LED light bulbs, Energy Star refrigerators, air sealing, insulation, mechanical systems replacement/tune-up, electrification measures, and more.

You May be Eligible if:

  • Someone in your household has a breathing condition
  • You live in the city and county of Denver
  • You rent or own a single-family home, townhome, duplex, or mobile home
  • Your household is income-qualified (see chart below for 2024 data)
Household Size 1 person 2 people 3 people 4 people 5 people 6 people 7 people 8 people
Max Total Income $73,040 $83,520 $93,920 $104,320 $112,720 $121,040 $129,360 $137,760
Household Size Max Total Income
1 person $73,040
2 people $83,520
3 people $93,920
4 people $104,320
5 people $112,720
6 people $121,040
7 people $129,360
8 people $137,760

How It Works

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With program eligibility, you will receive a test of your home’s air quality and get expert advice on recommended improvements.

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EOC will make free upgrades to address your home’s air quality problems with step-by-step support during the process.

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Our goal is to improve the air quality of your home, make it safer, and lower pollution and its impact on climate change.

How To Apply

We appreciate your interest in the Healthy Homes program! Our applications are temporarily closed, but we’ll be reopening the process soon. To stay informed, please complete the brief waitlist form below.

We’ll contact you when applications reopen and provide more information about our program.

Join the Healthy Homes Waitlist!

Please fill out this quick form to be notified when applications are open and we will contact you about our program.

  • Would you like to apply to the Healthy Homes program when the application process reopens?
  • Should we contact you by email or phone? If by phone,please be sure to include your phone number above.
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Call 720.769.7888 or email us by clicking the button below. We look forward to hearing from you!

The Healthy Homes program is provided by the City and County of Denver Office of Climate Action, Sustainability & Resiliency (CASR), and administered by Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC). 

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