Community and Human Development
The Department of Community and Human Development (DCHD) manages a wide range of programs and services to assist the city's most vulnerable residents and strengthen its communities. These include affordable housing opportunities, homeless prevention, neighborhood improvement, senior volunteer opportunities, small business assistance all aimed to benefit low and moderate income residents.
The Department has administered over $388 million in various federal, state and local programs. DCHD works to improve the quality of life for El Paso's residents and neighborhoods.
Serve as a catalyst for community partnerships, collaboration and change that will revitalize low and moderate income neighborhoods, enhance human services, promote accessibility, expand housing opportunities, and improve the quality of life for low and moderate income persons in El Paso.
See below for the different programs and services we offer. We look forward to helping you with your housing and community development needs.
CDBG Administration: (915) 212-0138
Housing Services Division: (915) 212-0139
Neighborhood Services: (915) 212-1681
Foster Grandparent Program: (915) 212-1677
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program: (915) 212-1685
Media Inquiries/Public Relations: (915) 212-1647