Catholic Samaritan House - Denver, CO

Contact information

2301 Lawrence St
Denver, CO 80205
: Phone: 303-294-0241
: Fax: (303) 294-9523


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    2019-03-11 17:56:38
    Thank you for all the help you have given me and other people in need
    2018-10-28 15:49:50
    Good Sam is a great place, warm, safe and hospitable with excellent food, amazing at an operation that feeds 400+ Souls, daily. It was a "Lifeboat" in the storm of my life. I can't thank them enough! W.Miller

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Description: Catholic Charities Shelter.

Individuals and families who meet the following criteria are welcome to participate in our lottery system.
     Applicant must live independently and harmoniously within housing.
     Applicant must agree to participate in the supportive services offered.
     Applicant must agree to remain drug-free and alcohol-free.

If you are currently without housing and have a need, call to see what we can assist you with, from food to clothing to various other programs at:
Samaritan House - Denver
(303) 294-0241

The Mission - Fort Collins
(970) 484-5010

Guadalupe Community Center - Greeley
(970) 353-6433

Father Ed Judy House - Denver
(720) 799-9400

Samaritan House Women's Shelter
- Denver
Must be at Samaritan House by 6 PM
(303) 294-0241

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 with children.

Residents receive a bed, food, clothing and various services on site, including case management, medical care, and referrals for employment, social service assistance and educational opportunities.

We supply about 50% of the shelter housing available to families in the Denver area.
120-Day Levels Program Requirements
Attend 'Employment' and 'Life Skills' class series
Attend 'Housing' and 'Money Management' class series
Regularly submit 'Job Search' and 'Housing Search' logs
Regularly deposit earnings into a supervised, personal housing fund
Meet regularly with Case Manager

Our Permanent Shelter Accommodations
Men's Dorm with 126 beds
Women’s Dorm with 48 beds
21 Family Rooms, for up to 75 children
Overflow space for 100, additional men

Volunteers Requests by Catholic Samaritan House: There is an active family program and an age-appropriate program for teens. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. For more information or to volunteer, call (303) 294-0241.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Catholic Samaritan House at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Catholic Samaritan House at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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