Applying is the only way to find out for sure if you’re eligible for public assistance. However, the Colorado PEAK website has a link to enter information that will quickly tell you if you may or maynot be eligible.
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Montrose County Human Services is located at 1845 S Townsend Ave (across the street from Furniture Connection and Big O Tires).
No. Social Security cards must be obtained at the Social Security Office located at 1805 Pavilion Drive, Montrose.
Fill out the Public Assistance Application and check the “Food Assistance” box. Turn the application into Montrose County Human Services via mail, fax, or in person. Application must be signed to be valid. More information and application can be found here.
Yes, LEAP assists with winter heating costs November 1st – April 30th. Application are available at HHS during this eligibility period.
Call the HOTLINE at 844-CO-4-KIDS (844-264-5437). Reports will be confidential and routed to the Child Welfare Department. If it’s an emergency call 911 immediately.
You can contact the Fraud Investigator at 970-252-7072 or you can write an anonymous letter and send to: Montrose County HHS Attn: Fraud Investigator 1845 S Townsend Ave. Montrose CO 81401
The Child Support Enforcement is part of Health & Human Services, and is located at 1865 S. Townsend Ave, Montrose.
No, they strictly deal with the financial support of the child.
Yes, if child support is in arrears you cannot obtain a hunting or fishing license and your driver’s license can be revoked.
Yes, contact the Environmental Health Department at 970-252-5067 for applications to open a restaurant, food truck, catering business, temporary-event food booth, etc
Fill out the Public Assistance Application and check the “Medical” box. Turn the application into Health & Human Services via mail, fax, or in person. Application must be signed to be valid.