The Housing Choice Voucher Program provides rental assistance to low-income working families, the elderly and the disabled so that they may afford decent, safe and sanitary housing that meets their individual needs in the private rental market.
  • Calling Mesa County Home

    Calling Mesa County Home is a program to promote, assist, retain and support opportunities for homeownership for low and moderate workforce employees through education, training, and counseling services.
  • Next Step

    The Next Step Program is a transitional housing program for homeless families attending school. This program originally served 50 homeless families with children in Mesa County School District #51 by providing rental assistance, security deposits and basic necessary needs for a two year period.
  • Homeownership Services

    The Calling Mesa County Home (CMCH) Program is an employer-assisted workforce homeownership program designed to assist members of the local workforce who have a goal of becoming homeowners.
  • Service Coordinator / Supportive Services

    The Service Coordinator/Supportive Services Program was created in October 2006 to consolidate supportive services that are not included in other self-sufficiency programs.
  • Family Self Sufficiency Program

    The Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) began in October of 1996, and is an employment program. This structured program is designed to help families in GJHA’s subsidized housing program address the barriers to becoming financially self-sufficient.
  • Doors 2 Success

    Doors 2 Success seeks collaborative relationships between local service providers and solicits support in the form of donations from the local community to further the independence and self-sufficiency of the families in the Grand Junction Housing Authority (GJHA) programs.
  • Non-Elderly Disabled

    The Grand Junction Housing Authority has been awarded 150 vouchers specifically for non-elderly disabled individuals or families.
  • Housing Choice Vouchers

    The Housing Choice Voucher Program provides rental assistance to low-income working families, the elderly and the disabled so that they may afford decent, safe and sanitary housing that meets their individual needs in the private rental market.
  • Domestic Violence

    The Grand Junction Housing Authority has 39 Housing Choice Vouchers from The Colorado Division of Housing for victims of domestic violence.

Currently all phone lines at our main office location on Foresight and some of our property management offices (The Highlands & 2814) are down due to a local outage with our phone provider. We are currently working to get our main incoming phone lines forwarded to other locations. In the meantime if you need to contact us, our office is open 8am-4pm and you can also use the contact form and Maintenance Request forms on our website. We will update this as we have further information but currently the tentative repair time we have been given is Thursday at 7am.