Preventing eviction and confronting economic injustice

We’re here to help when things get tough, whether that’s an eviction, foreclosure, or an unexpected tow

+Who We Are

Dedicated experts, lawyers, and advocates

We build programs to protect community wealth, stop economic abuse, and keep people in their homes

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+Our Impact


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+Our Impact

Integrated, rapid support

Upending cycles of poverty

Getting help shouldn’t be hard. We are a one-stop-shop for people facing economic hardship or abuse.

How We Can Help

Denver Apartments

We administer direct financial assistance and provide legal services to clients at risk of eviction or in the midst of an eviction.

Capitol Hill Houses

We assist clients who are at risk of losing their home due to foreclosure, or who are in the midst of foreclosure

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Unjust Towing

We assist victims of an unexpected tow so that clients can quickly regain use of their vehicle.

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Resource Navigation

We help clients navigate the complex support system, connecting them directly with local service providers and resources.

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Policy & Advocacy

We elevate our client’s voices to help enact policies that stop economic abuse, promote community wealth, and drive systems change.

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Disaster Relief

We help homeowners whose homes were destroyed by a climate disaster get access to resources to rebuild.

Get Help with these Issues and More

The Community Economic Defense Project provides rental assistance, legal assistance/representation, and resource navigation for clients facing eviction, housing security, and other types of economic hardship.

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