For over 43 years, CRHDC has been developing affordable housing for farmworkers, low-income families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access safe and decent housing throughout the state of Colorado.
As one of the most experienced nonprofit developers of farmworker housing in the state, CRHDC has developed more than 500 units of farmworker housing, and has, in turn, helped create a stable work force for local farmers. In 2012, CRHDC completed Alta Vista de la Montana; a 40 family rental unit property for farmworkers in Delta, Colorado and, in 2015, the organization will break ground on Sol Naciente, a 50-unit housing development for Agricultural Workers and their families.
In addition to farmworker housing, CRHDC has a portfolio of multi-family projects around the state. CRHDC Multi-family housing developments include: Tierra Nueva Farmworker Housing in Center and Alamosa, Casas de Rio Grande and La Hacienda del Norte senior and disabled housing senior housing in Del Norte, New Castle Senior Housing in New Castle, Vista Verde affordable family housing in Hayden, and the rehabilitation of Overland Trails affordable family units in Sterling.
CRHDC's newest Farm Worker Housing Development in Fort Morgan, Colorado