Habitat for Humanity of Teller County builds attainable homes with affordable mortgages for residents of Teller County. Our current project, Trailhead Townhomes, is an 18-unit neighborhood build in Woodland Park for Teller County’s workforce. We want to see our small-business owners, teachers, city workers and others who create a viable and sustainable community able to live and work in the same place.
Our community is not sustainable if people vital to its success cannot afford to live here. Too many people are being pushed out of Teller County because of high housing costs and forced to make long commutes to reach their workplaces. HFHTC builds attainable homes alongside our Homebuyer Partners and community volunteers, giving Teller County residents the chance to live and work in the same community!
We are always looking for volunteers to help on our construction site (no experience necessary), as well as volunteers to assist with event planning and community outreach.
Teller County is short over 600 homes. The demand for attainable housing is rising, with more people needing safe and secure homes than ever before.
“Since becoming a Habitat Homeowner, I have felt settled in this community and am not fearful of being kicked out of a rental due to price increases to where I could not afford to live here. It has brought a real sense of peace and security.” — Gail Wingerd