Provides a comprehensive shelter, with complementary social programs operating all at one location. Services Provided:
- Overnight emergency shelter
- Overflow shelter for cold weather
- Transitional housing shelter
- Daily meals
- Clean linens and basic toiletries
- Case management, application assistance, and referrals
- Computer Resource Room
- Medical screenings, and referral to Sunrise Medical Clinic
- Accepting donations
- Clothing/necessities boutique for shelter clients and residents of Guadalupe Apartments without referral; available to public with referral only
- Respite spaces available
- Onsite library services and computer lab
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
Call after 4:30 p.m. to check shelter availability
Individuals will need a valid form of government-issued identification for all family members.
The bus will pick clients up along 11th Avenue.
No animals, including service animals, are allowed in the shelter.
Clients can stay up to 4 months per stay and are allowed to return 3 times in a lifetime.
Senior advocates are onsite to assist with applications for public benefits and SSI/SSDI programs.
Clients encouraged to access the www.ccdenver.org website regularly to check on housing/property updates.
Men, women, and children in need of shelter; all clients must be alcohol and drug-free and willing to help with chores. Clients also cannot have stayed in the shelter in the last four months. Clients can not have past legal offenses. Clients must be alcohol/drug free for consideration for emergency shelter.