*The information below is subject to change without notice.
Can we purchase a unit?
Yes, some units are available for sale. Note that 'Early Bird' pricing expires on January 15, 2020.
For more information, pricing and floorplans, click on "Apply to Purchase" tab.
Note that while unit owners will not pay rent, there will be required HOA fees to cover operations, staffing, utilities, maintenance, etc.
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Is this the only building you are planning?
No. This building is being designed with the help of generous suppliers who are building a prototype for what we hope will be many more projects.
When can I apply for my daughter/son?
We are now accepting applications for condominium purchases. The application form is available online. Rental applications will open in mid-to-late spring of 2021.
Can’t adults with developmental disabilities afford their own housing?
Adults with disabilities who rely on SSA benefits (SSI or SSDI) have an average disability income of $800 per month. In the Littleton area, the average rent for a new one bedroom apartment is $1648 per month plus utilities.
Will Trailhead Community be bound by the Fair Housing Laws?
Yes! We are equal opportunity housing providers. If you believe you have experienced discrimination due to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, marital status, ancestry, creed or national origin.
Will you allow pets? If so, which ones?
At this time, the policy is to allow one cat or dog per unit. All pets be on a leash and under control when leaving its apartment. The HOA and Residents Council will determine the specifics of any pet policy.
How big is the need for housing for adults with developmental disabilities?
In Colorado, over 13,000 people with developmental disabilities are currently living with caregivers age 60 or older. The waiting list for residential assistance from government agencies is as long as 18 years.
Is Trailhead Community owned by Stepping Stone Support Center?
No, Stepping Stone Support Center is a completely separate corporation with no legal ties to Trailhead Community. What unites to two entities is their common mission, which is to help individuals with developmental disabilities to lead independent and productive lives.
When will we get a building Permit?
We are on track to get a building permit by February 2021.
(barring unforeseen obstacles).
When will the apartments be ready to be moved into?
Many variables will determine our move in date. The most optimistic estimate is late 2022. The biggest variable is funding. Will you help?
What do you anticipate the rent to be?
Depending on income and floorplans, rents are expected to range from $650 per month to $2000 per month. Rents will include utilities, wifi access, parking, and 24/7 concierge service.
Do you have a waiting list?
We expect we will have a waiting list when rental applications are opened. Be sure to fill out the "Survey of Interest" on this website to assure that you will be notified when the wait list opens.
Will you accept residents who need G-tube feedings and/or nursing oversight?
Trailhead Community does not provide any medical services. Tenants may arrange for providers to come to their apartments. Two bedroom units could house an individual with a live in provider.
Will you accept residents with disabilities who are not on SLS?
SLS waivers are not required to live at Trailhead Community nor are SLS services provided by Trailhead Community.
Will you accept residents who are on the Comprehensive Waiver?
Trailhead will not be a provider under the HCBS or DD waivers. An individual who has a DD waiver will be evaluated on the same criteria as all other tenants, and the individual will be responsible for paying the rent. Any other services provided under the DD waiver must be arranged through licensed agencies.
Is Trailhead Community a non-profit?
Yes, we are a 501(c)3 IRS designated non-profit corporation. Tax Identification Number: 81-1530004.
Will you offer QMap trained staff to dispense medications?
No. Trailhead Community will not oversee medication administration to residents. If a resident requires this service, we suggest they contact Stepping Stone Support Center or another agency who can provide a QMAP trained staff to administer their medications.
Why did you change your name to Trailhead Community?
We felt that we needed to better differentiate ourselves from Stepping Stone Support Center since we are a different entity. We still work closely with Stepping Stone so we wanted to minimize confusion.
Will you use tax credits to partially fund this building?