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Samaritan House 48th Shelter

Catholic Charities operates this shelter in partnership with the City of Denver.

Hours of Operation:
This is location is open throughout the year (24/7, 365 days a year) to serve single women in Denver; offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

What they offer:
Clean bed
3 Nutritious meals
Counseling
Employment support
Connection to housing
Referrals to community-based resources
Shower services
Laundry services
Case management support.

Eligibility:
Women18 years old or older.

Intake/Admission procedure:
Walk-ups accepted from 8:00am through 8:00pm.
Do not have to call in advance
Referral is not required

Transportation:
You can find daily transportation to the shelter from Samaritan House on Lawrence Street, is limited and leaves by 4:30pm.

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If you have stayed in this shelter, how was your stay?

Is this a safe shelter to stay in?

User Answers

  1. To some degree

    Answer posted on Apr 16, 2022 0

Do they accept pets at this shelter?

User Answers

  1. Yes, but it's a problem in my opinion.

    Answer posted on Apr 16, 2022 0

Do you have any advice for those wanting to stay at this shelter?

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  1. You have to be in good health and try to maintain it for otherwise it can be quite debulitating

    Answer posted on Apr 16, 2022 0

How long can you stay here?

User Answers

  1. As long as you want.

    Answer posted on Apr 16, 2022 0

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    Apr 16, 2022Reply
    I feel the catholic charities needs to know what's really going on there because a lot goes on unnoticed or without anything being done. Psychiatric patients should be segregated and be given chance to get better with help. Too many are thrown all together. I want nothing to do with it anymore for I was traumatized. Men don't belong in there either. And the staff need experienced people not young people.

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