|Aspen Homeless Shelter||Overnight shelter:operates in the winter only. December through March. Opens 9:00 PM until 7:00 AM. Cots, blankets, sack breakfast and lunch provided. Shower available.
St. Mary's Catholic Church Day Center available across the street from the shelter.||Pitkin County||Aspen Homeless Shelter||Aspen Homeless Shelter|
|Cold Weather Overnight Shelter for Single Men - Catholic Charities/United Way of Weld County||Cold Weather Overflow Shelter||Weld County||Guadalupe Homeless Shelter (Greeley) - Catholic Charities / (Weld County)||Catholic Charities / (Weld County) |
|Cold Weather Shelter for Single Men - New Genesis||Provides emergency shelter for single men ages 18 and older when the weather is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Operates as a sober living facility.||Denver County||New Genesis||New Genesis|
|Cold Weather Shelter Registration for Single Men, Single Women, and Couples (900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy) - Jefferson County Human Services||Provides access for shelter with a network of churches for single men, single women, and couples without children. Only available during severe weather (i.e., 32 degrees or below and wet/snowing or 20 degrees or below and dry). Guests are picked up at warming sites at 7 p.m. and transported to drop-off sites at 7 a.m. each morning. A hot evening meal and quick breakfast with coffee are provided.||Jefferson County||900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy - Jefferson County Human Services||Jefferson County Human Services|
|Durango Community Shelter - Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado||Residential 24/7 shelter services available to men, women and children. In addition to shelter services, Durango Community Shelter also provides various basic needs including but not limited to:
- Shower and laundry facilities
- Clothing such as shirts, socks, pants and shoes
- Personal hygiene supplies
- Veteran transitional housing options and case management
Clients are allowed to bring belongings with them to the shelter which must be stored in containers provided by the shelter. Durango Community Shelter also has on-site advocates who can help clients with other needs such as housing and applying for benefits.
Shelter is locked from 10:00 pm - 6:00 am.||La Plata County||Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado||Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado|
|Severe Weather Shelter for Single Adults, Couples, and Families (Victor St) - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Provides emergency shelter in cold weather at the Comitis Crisis Center for single adults, families with children, and couples, without residency restrictions. LGBT and gender non-conforming individuals are welcome. Must be on a cold weather alert (call to verify alert status). Operates 24 hours a day/7 days a week when weather conditions are met. Also offers bus tokens, meals, and referrals to shelter participants.||Adams County||2178 Victor St - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Mile High Behavioral Healthcare|
|The Bridge Emergency Shelter||Provides emergency shelter between October and April for individuals who are seeking a warm bed and a hot meal. These facilities also offer personal hygiene supplies, showers, and laundry facilities.
The Bridge Emergency Shelter does not offer a place for families, but will work with families in finding other arrangements. Service animals are allowed only with proper paperwork, vest, and clearly performing a service.
The shelter has informal case management, job references, and employment opportunities to promote self-sufficiency.||Montezuma County||The Bridge Emergency Shelter||The Bridge Emergency Shelter|
|Warming Center/Day Center - Rising Up Center||Rising Up Warming Center:
The Warming Center is a place that our homeless neighbors can come to get out of the dangerous cold. One of the biggest services Rising Up is able to offer is connecting the dots to existing programs and agencies that are able to provide assistance with housing, jobs and healthcare.
SEASONAL ONLY-Warming Center/Overnight Cold Shelter:
Rising Up Day Center:
On June 1, 2016, the Rising Up Day Center opened. One of the issues that Rising Up discovered when the Warming Center closed for the season, was losing contact with our homeless neighbors, thereby losing progress that they had gained. The ability to offer assistance with setting appointments, searching for jobs and housing, and navigating the myriad of programs and services that may be available to them, is highly dependent on consistent contact with our homeless neighbors.
||Morgan County||Rising Up||Rising Up|