Mental Health & Human Services Grant Program

The City of Lafayette offers grants to nonprofit organizations serving Lafayette residents with mental health and human services, including:

  • Food assistance MHHS Advisory Board recruitment_NF (2)
  • Rent assistance
  • Utility assistance
  • Childcare assistance 
  • Medical care 
  • Mental health care and resources
  • Support for victims of domestic violence

This program is made possible by a 0.1% sales and use tax Lafayette voters approved in 2021. 

2024 Award Recipients

The City is providing grants to the following organizations for the 2024 grant cycle: 

  • A Precious Child
  • Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
  • Boulder Valley Health CenterDSC00478
  • Boulder Voices for Children
  • Bridge House
  • Clinica Family Health
  • Coal Creek Meals on Wheels
  • Colorado Legal Services
  • Community Food Share
  • Dental Aid
  • Developmental Disabilities Center (dba Imagine!)
  • Focus Reentry
  • Growing Gardens of Boulder County, Inc.
  • Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County
  • Intercambio Uniting Communities
  • Mental Health Center of Boulder County, Inc.
  • Out Boulder County
  • Project Angel Heart
  • Rise Against Suicide
  • Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)
  • Sister Carmen Community Center
  • St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry
  • YMCA of Boulder Valley


Grants are for registered 501(c) nonprofit organizations that assist Lafayette residents with food, rent, utility, childcare, medical care, mental health care and resources, or domestic violence support. The nonprofit does not need to be physically located in Lafayette, but preference will be given to organizations that serve a large proportion of Lafayette residents as part of their service portfolio. 

 All agencies must be legally incorporated entities in good standing.

Contact Us

Please reach out to Alexander Nelson by email at or by phone (720-764-5322) with any questions.