Helping Agencies During Potential Government Shutdown

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  • By Airman 1st Class Aleece Williams
  • Space Base Delta 2 Public Affairs

Facing a potential government shutdown we remain hopeful that Congress is able to prevent a lapse in appropriations; however, we must plan for the possibility.

There are resources to keep Guardians, Airmen, civilians and their families taken care of in the event of a lapse in appropriation. Listed below are resources available to all our members and if you are experiencing extenuating financial difficulties, contact your chain of command or the Buckley Military and Family Readiness Center (720-847-6681) for more information on helpful resources.

  • Mortgage/rent assistance agencies:

      Rocky Mountain Human Services (veterans only)

Community Economic Defense Project

Operation Homefront (veterans, active duty)

  • Emergency Relief Societies:

      Air Force Aid Society:

Navy-Marine Corps Society:

Army Emergency Relief:

Coast Guard Mutual Aid:

Colorado National Guard:

  • Military OneSource:

  • Local Food Banks:

Arapahoe County Assistance:

Douglas County Assistance:

Adams County Assistance:

Denver County Assistance:

Jefferson County Assistance:

Broomfield County Assistance:

  • Other financial readiness information can be found at:


Financial & Legal | Military OneSource

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (

Remember that these resources are available to everyone, and it is okay to ask for help.