The interviews below with seniors, students, and parents in El Paso County offer their personal experiences, diving into why housing affordability is necessary for a thriving community!
Thank you to Ent Credit Union for awarding funds for this project! 
Note: Pikes Peak Housing Network is previously known as the Affordable Housing Collaborative. 


Innovations in Aging 

We took sometime speaking with David Lord about the problems and solutions we as a community face in dealing with housing affordability issues. David is a dynamic volunteer serving on nonprofit Boards that focus on healthcare, seniors, and economic development. He is also a board member for the Pikes Peak Housing Network.

Working Fusion at Mill Street 

Check out this interview with Working Fusion’s Executive Director, Shelley Jensen, to learn about their growing tiny home village in Colorado Springs that serves youth in need of stable housing ages 18-25. 


If you would like to learn more about Working Fusion at Mill Street, visit here

Prop 123- November 2022 Election 

We took sometime speaking with Mike Johnston about the problems and solutions we as a community face in dealing with housing affordability in the Pikes Peak Region, and how you can make a difference by voting yes on Prop 123

Partners in Housing

Check out this interview with Partners in Housing’s Executive Director, Mary Stegner, to learn about how they support families experiencing homelessness with their one year transitional housing program. To learn more about the program and Partners in Housing’s work, visit here

El Paso County Housing Authority (EPCHA)

Check out our interview with Eric Leonard, EPCHA’s Housing Analyst, to learn about their upcoming projects and factors contributing to the housing affordability crisis. 

City of Colorado Springs

Check out this interview we had with Steve Posey to learn about the City’s plan to address housing needs in the Pikes Peak Region. 

DHD Development 

This interview with Darcy Nicklasson offers insight on development projects in Colorado Springs geared toward families making the average median income.