Welcome to our Denver, Colorado Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Denver, CO and surrounding cities.
We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
Denver, CO 80218 (303) 321-2345 Children & Youth Women
At Warren Village, we understand that homelessness and poverty have far-reaching impacts. The effects radiate from the individual affected to his or her family, friends and the community as a whole. And there is no one more vulnerable than families w See more details
Denver, CO 80218 303-321-4198 The Gathering Place exists to support women, their children, and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty. We provide programming and services to an average of 260 women and children every day.
Our Mission The Gathering Place exists to support women and their chi See more details
Denver, CO 80235 303-860-1272 Christ's Body Ministries is an inner-city pipeline for people in the larger body of Christ to serve poor, homeless, and broken people of all backgrounds, ages, races, and faiths. Since 1990, this 501(c)3 non-profit organization has been supported by the tax deductible donations of volunteers, church See more details
Denver, CO 80203 303-831-4910 shelter for all. Unlike other shelters, New Genesis requires clients to pay rent, participate in the upkeep of the shelter, and work. This proves to be very effective in ultimately breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Requiring accountability (by having clients pay rent) is economicall See more details
Denver, CO 80203 303-881-0953 Provides a year round program for working men and women. $49/week Must provide verification of 32hrs/week of work. Sober-only program. 4pm-6pm daily intake. After care program.
New Genesis requires clients to pay rent, participate in the upkeep of the shelter, and work. This proves See more details
Denver, CO 80205 303-293-2217 Supportive housing services for formerly homeless families and individuals.
HOUSING In over 30 years of service, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless has developed a variety of supportive affordable housing developments in Colorado. Our integrated housing approach combines high-qu See more details
Denver, CO 80205 303-297-1576 St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.
Denver, CO 80205 303-294-0241 Catholic Charities Shelter.
Located in downtown Denver, Samaritan House was built in 1986 and specifically designed and constructed for the homeless. It can accommodate over 320 men, women and children each night. There are separate facilities for single men, single women and families w See more details
Denver, CO 80205 303-296-6686 Sacred Heart House of Denver offers a continuum of services to homeless mothers with children and single women, who have the desire and commitment to become self-sufficient.
Our In-House Stabilization Program provides temporary housing, food, clothing, transportation and case management See more details
Denver, CO 80223 (303) 974-9006 Shelter: Every day of the year the Urban Peak Shelter is a warm, safe option to another night on the streets. Our 40-bed facility is the only licensed youth shelter in the Denver metro area primarily serving young adults. We also provide meals, clothing, a clinic and mental health evaluations.
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Denver, CO 80211 (303) 477-3758 Office hours: Mondays through Fridays 9am to 3pm.
Transitional housing and food for single and two-parent families with children ages 17 and younger. The program usually lasts for six months to one year and includes an individualized plan of case management for adult self-sufficiency. Th See more details
Food If you and your family are in housing but cannot afford food at this time, the Mission's Client Services can provide you with necessary items once a month including perishable and non-perishable food items. Har See more details
Denver, CO 80239 303-307-0718 Children & Youth assistance. When a family calls, Lowry Family Center advocates tap into a network of community resources to find the assistance it needs. Some of the support provided to families includes referrals to community resources, assistance with family visitation, crisis counseling, emergen See more details
Commerce City, CO 80022 6.82 miles from city center Denver
(303) 289-7078 Founded in 1983, ACCESS Housing helps homeless families in the Denver metro regain independence, economic self-sufficiency and permanent housing through a comprehensive continuum of care and collaboration. Services And Programs:
Denver, CO 80236 (720) 799-9400 Summary: The Catholic Charities, Father Ed Judy House provides interim housing and long-term supports to women and children who are moving from homelessness back into the community.
Aurora, CO 80045 7.21 miles from city center Denver
303-341-9160 We serve families, teenagers, children, young adults, and adults. We are here to assist you with our supportive, well trained staff and quality programs. We provide a safe shelter for individuals that find themselves homeless, and help them rebuild their lives.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80304 8.36 miles from city center Denver
303-480-5433 Shannon's Hope is a home with a mission to provide a residential community for pregnant women age sixteen through childbearing age who have no place to call home. Many times, these women have not been offered (or afforded) the basic decision-making skills and have made difficult choices about their See more details
Brighton, CO 80601 19.80 miles from city center Denver
303 659-6199 Services: We provide the greater Adams and Southern Weld County area with a 6 family emergency homeless shelter, bilingual case management and referrals, and financial assistance for rent and utilities.
Emergency Shelter. Shelter Guidelines 1. Must be a US Citizen or hav See more details
Lafayette, CO 80026 20.56 miles from city center Denver
303-673-9000 Since opening our doors in 1979, we have served the community by providing safety and support to victims of domestic violence. Our vision has expanded to include a much broader social agenda, recognizing that to end domestic violence we must also work to end other forms of injustice and oppression See more details
Boulder, CO 80302 26.32 miles from city center Denver
303-442-8300 We provide a wide variety of services both at the Bridge House and at the dinners we host at local churches in our community. Clients have the opportunity to get hot meals, medical and mental health services, and to meet with a case manager that will assist them with everything from employment servi See more details
Boulder, CO 80304 26.76 miles from city center Denver
303-449-8623 Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN) offers support and services that provide healing, hope and opportunity to adults, youth and children who have been impacted by domestic or dating violence. Services include: – Safe, confidential emergency shelter – 24 Hour Crisis See more details
Boulder, CO 80304 26.93 miles from city center Denver
303-447-1206 Children & Youth - Suite C. Provides overnight shelterfor up to 12 homeless youths nightly from 5pm to 8:30am. Residents have access to optional aftercare coaching and counseling sessions. See more details
Fort Lupton, CO 80621 26.95 miles from city center Denver
(720) -517-6617 We are a faith based, cold weather shelter for families (adults with one or more children in their full time custody undetermined the age of 18). We are located 7 miles north of Brighton, CO, and operate from 7pm to 7am, seven nights a week from October 1 through March 31. We offer case management See more details
Boulder, CO 80304 28.32 miles from city center Denver
(303) 442-3042 This program is for men, women, and children. Provides up to 12 weeks of emergency sheltering and services that support a family. Call for intake: M-T-TH-F 9:30am-4:30pm; Wed. 12-4:30pm. See more details
Boulder, CO 80304 28.71 miles from city center Denver
303-442-4646 The Shelter is located at 4869 North Broadway, which is on the northwest corner of Broadway and Lee Hill Road. The SKIP bus route stops right in front of the Shelter. View a map.