|Durango Community Shelter - Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado||Residential 24/7 shelter services available to men, women and children. The facility has sleeping quarters for men, women and families as well as communal living spaces including a kitchen, living room and a dining room.
- 24/7/365 Residential Shelter Services
- Telephone Crisis Line
- Provision of all basic needs (Meals, shower and laundry facilities, clothing and person hygiene supplies)
- Extensive resource referral and task-oriented counseling for employment, housing and services acquisition
- Medical respite bed program
- Call 24/7 Crisis Line and speak with a Shelter Advocate
||La Plata County||1055 Avenida Del Sol||Volunteers of America|
|E 48th Ave (Overnight Shelter) - Denver Rescue Mission||Provides emergency overnight shelter for 300 men who are homeless or in need of shelter.||Denver County||Lawrence St Community Center - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Emergency Men's Shelter (Crossroads) - Salvation Army||Provides emergency overnight shelter, including a clean and sober mat area, for single men over age 18. Offers the following services to persons staying at the shelter:
- Dinner and breakfast
- Kennels for dogs based on availability
- Bed rentals available to any person who can pay. (bed rental fees)
- Search and Rescue Line for transportation to shelter
- Staging and transportation to the Peoria overflow shelter for men||Denver County||Crossroads - Salvation Army||Salvation Army Denver|
|Emergency Overnight Shelter - Family Housing Network||Provides a temporary, emergency overnight shelter for families for up to 3 months. Shelter locations rotate weekly among various faith communities in Fort Collins and services include:
- Overnight shelter
- Weekly case management
- Weekly Tuesday evening parent meetings
- Dinner served each night
||Larimer County||Family Housing Network||Family Housing Network |
|Emergency Shelter for Families - Family Promise of Greater Denver||Provides the following services and support through faith communities that rotate weekly to families experiencing homelessness:
- Supportive services
Shelters are based on families goals and housing availability.||Denver County||Family Promise of Greater Denver||Family Promise of Greater Denver|
|Emergency Shelter for Families (Victor St) - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Offers emergency housing and support services to families with children, or pregnant women and their partners.||Adams County||2178 Victor St - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Mile High Behavioral Healthcare|
|Emergency Shelter for Single Men and Single Women (Victor St) - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||A weekly shelter for single adult men and women. Individuals are able to stay for 7 nights beginning Wednesday evening.||Adams County||2178 Victor St - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Mile High Behavioral Healthcare|
|Guadalupe Homeless Shelter (Greeley) - Catholic Charities (Weld County)||Provides a comprehensive shelter, with complementary social programs operating all at one location. Services Provided:
- Overnight emergency shelter
- Transitional housing shelter
- Daily meals
- Clean linens and basic toiletries
- Case management and referrals
- Computer Resource Room
- Medical screenings, and referral to Sunrise Medical Clinic
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
||Weld County||Catholic Charities (Weld County)||Catholic Charities (Weld County) |
|Homeless Shelter - Greeley Transitional House||Provides temporary emergency shelter (up to 60 days) for families.
While living at the shelter, families are required to look for employment and housing, meet weekly with a case manager to develop a self-sufficiency plan, and attend life skills and parenting classes.
Supportive services are also available for children and adolescents staying at the shelter. Staff work with families to make sure that children are attending school, and that tutoring and transportation needs are met.
||Weld County||Greeley Transitional House||Greeley Transitional House|
|Homeless Shelter - Mexican-American Development Association||Provides emergency shelter to individuals and families who are homeless. Transportation to the shelter provided by MADA.
Arrive at MADA main location, 17 N 6th Street in Montrose between 4:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Individuals and families will be transported to the shelter located in Olathe. Wheelchair accessible transportation can be made available upon request. Transportation back to the MADA building is available if needed.
Small meal in the evening is provided.||Montrose County||17 N 6th ST||Mexican American Development Association |
|Long-Term Shelter for Single Women (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Provides shelter to single women, ages 21 and older. Also offers the following services:
- Assistance obtaining permanent housing and employment
- Health care
Residents may stay in the shelter during the day if they have a doctor's note describing a medical condition. There is zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol use.||Denver County||2301 Lawrence St (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Men's Shelter (23 W Las Vegas St) - Springs Rescue Mission||Provides a shelter for homeless men 18+. Pets are allowed but have to be kenneled at the location. This service is on a first come first serve basis.
||El Paso County||23 W Las Vegas St - Springs Rescue Mission||Springs Rescue Mission|
|Nightly Overflow Shelter for Families and Single Adults - Catholic Charities Larimer County||Provides nightly, year-round overnight shelter for families with children and single adults when the long-term shelter is full. Breakfast (6:30 a.m.) and dinner (7 p.m.) are served daily to shelter residents.||Larimer County||Fort Collins - Catholic Charities Larimer County||Catholic Charities Larimer County|
|Overflow Emergency Shelter for Single Women (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Provides overnight shelter for single women. Space is dependent on the number of buses available. Dinner will be provided at Samaritan House. Individuals will need to line up to board buses to the Peoria overflow shelter. The following day, women will be transported back to the Lawrence Street Community Center for breakfast beginning at 5:30 a.m.||Denver County||2301 Lawrence St (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Overnight Shelter for Single Women - Delores Project||Provides emergency overnight shelter for single women and transgender individuals ages 18 and older. Seven additional cots are provided from November - April.||Denver County||Delores Project||Delores Project|
|Shelter (913 State Ave) - La Puente||Provides emergency shelter services for families, migrant farm workers, and other individuals in need.
||Alamosa County||913 State Ave - La Puente||La Puente|
|Shelter for Families - Growing Home||Offers a shelter for homeless families with children under the age of 18. Congregations host families on a rotating schedule, so families will move locations. Volunteers from host sites provide homeless families with basic needs such as shelter, meals, and safety. Maximum stay is 90 days with reviews every 30 days.
||Adams County||W 72nd Ave - Growing Home||Growing Home|
|Shelter for Families (House of Hope) - Family Tree||Offers a 90-day, 30-bed homeless shelter for women and their children (ages 17 and younger). Families work to complete the goals outlined in their plans, which often include applying for housing programs, getting children into school and daycare, obtaining employment, receiving a GED, or attending a job training program. Also offers on-site individual therapy and life-skills workshops.||Arapahoe County||House of Hope - Family Tree||Family Tree|
|Shelter for Single Men and Single Women (Fort Collins) - Denver Rescue Mission||Offers the following to single men and single women experiencing homelessness:
- Emergency overnight shelter
- Showers and toiletries for anyone staying overnight
- Breakfast (6:15 a.m.) and dinner (5:30 p.m.)
- Chapel services (5 p.m.)
- Emotional support
- Spiritual guidance
- Re-entry programs for those recently released from prison||Larimer County||Fort Collins - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Shelter for Single Men (Lawrence St Shelter) - Denver Rescue Mission||Provides emergency overnight shelter for men who are homeless or in need of shelter (including sex offenders). Specific services are available for men with histories of addiction or homelessness.
Also provides access and transportation to and from the Peoria overflow shelter. Individuals will board buses to the overflow shelter, beginning at 6 p.m. The last bus for overflow leaves at 10 p.m. Men will be transported back to the Lawrence Street Community Center for breakfast beginning at 6 a.m.||Denver County||Lawrence St Shelter - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Shelter for Single Men - New Genesis||Provides overnight shelter for homeless single men at a weekly cost. Clients are required to work, be substance free, participate in chores, and attend weekly meetings. Clients are eligible to transition into an apartment once sobriety, financial independence, and employment are stabilized. Operates as a sober living facility.||Denver County||New Genesis||New Genesis|
|Shelter for Single Men (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Provides shelter to single men, ages 21 and older. Also offers the following services:
- Assistance obtaining permanent housing and employment
- Health care
Residents may stay in the shelter during the day if they have a doctor's note describing their medical condition. There is zero tolerance for drug and alcohol use.||Denver County||2301 Lawrence St (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Shelter for Single Women (Curtis St) - St Francis Center||Provides shelter for single women and transgender individuals at a participating rotating location each night. Women are screened for special needs that the church volunteers may or may not be able to accommodate.||Denver County||Curtis St - St Francis Center||St Francis Center|
|Shelter (S Sierra Madre) - Salvation Army Colorado Springs Corps||The Salvation Army R.J. Montgomery Shelter is open daily to homeless men, women, and families in need of shelter. Families are able to stay together in this shelter.||El Paso County||S Sierra Madre - Salvation Army Colorado Springs Corps||Salvation Army Colorado Springs Corps|
|Short Term Family Shelter - Family Promise of Colorado Springs||Provides short term shelter to homeless families with children. Active clients are offered extensive wrap around services including: take home technology, transportation assistance, financial training, transitional housing, and home-ownership opportunity.
||El Paso County||Family Promise of Colorado Springs||Family Promise of Colorado Springs|
|Women's Overnight Shelter (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Holy Rosary II offers emergency overnight shelter for single women.||Denver County||2301 Lawrence St (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Women's Shelter (19 E Las Vegas St) - Springs Rescue Mission||Provides a shelter for homeless women 18+. Pets are allowed but have to be kenneled at the location. This service is on a first come first serve basis.||El Paso County||19 E Las Vegas St - Springs Rescue Mission||Springs Rescue Mission|
|Women's Transitional Shelter (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Provides shelter for up to 25 days for single women in need of housing. Program intended to prepare individuals for more intensive housing programs, such as Samaritan House.||Denver County||2301 Lawrence St (Samaritan House) - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Year-Round Long-Term Shelter for Families and Single Adults (Fort Collins) - Catholic Charities Larimer County||Provides a long-term shelter program for single individuals and families with children. Lengths of stay vary based on client needs and progress toward goals with a case manager (such as establishing income, savings, and housing), but can be up to four months. Breakfast (6:30 a.m.) and dinner (7 p.m.) are served daily to shelter residents. Once the shelter is full, overflow space is opened nightly, year-round.
In addition, life skill classes, laundry, personal care items, and shower facilities are available.
||Larimer County||Fort Collins - Catholic Charities Larimer County||Catholic Charities Larimer County|