|Affordable Housing - Mercy Housing||Provides families, seniors, and people with special needs with the full spectrum of affordable housing, including supportive housing for the formerly homeless, and permanent rentals.||Denver County||Mercy Housing||Mercy Housing|
|Community Partners Program - Delores Project||Offers reliable shelter each night for women and transgender individuals ages 18 and older who:
- Are actively engaged in case management through a referring agency
- Will continue to receive case management services from that agency while staying at The Delores Project
The length of stay is variable. Clients are expected to be making active progress towards goals for stable long-term housing.||Denver County||Delores Project||Delores Project|
|Domestic Violence Semi-Permanent Housing - Alternatives to Violence||Offers apartments/houses throughout the counties of Weld and Larimer for victims of abuse and their children displaced by domestic violence.
Provides other resources to help maintain sustainability.
||Larimer County||Alternatives to Violence||Alternatives to Violence|
|Drop-In Shelter for HIV Positive Individuals (Race St) - Colorado Visiting Nurse Association||The HOPE program offers a drop-in shelter to HIV positive or questioning, homeless individuals. Provides assistance with hot meals, medication adherence, education and referrals to resources such as housing. Additional services available after becoming a client.||Denver County||Race St - Colorado Visiting Nurse Association||Colorado Visiting Nurse Association|
|Family Shelter (E 11th St) - House of Neighborly Service||Provides a safe shelter and a self-sufficiency program for up to 4 homeless families with children under 18 years old at a time, in a network of local churches, who provide a bedroom and an evening meal. Also provides families with an address and phone number while looking for housing and employment.||Larimer County||E 11th St - House of Neighborly Service||House of Neighborly Service|
|Grant Per Diem (GPD) Program (Santa Fe Drive) - Volunteers of America||The Grant Per Diem GPD program provides the following services for women Veterans:
- Emergency and Transitional Housing
- Housing Search Assistance
- Intensive Case Management
- Employment/Education Assistance||Denver County||Santa Fe Drive - Volunteers of America||Volunteers of America|
|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 Prevention Services - Catholic Charities of the Western Slope||Provides services for families and individuals at-risk of or threatened by homelessness.
Services include but are not limited to:
- Individualized Case Management
- Tenant Advocacy
- Short or Long Term Housing Assistance
- Integrated Services through community, governmental and non profit organizations||Garfield County||1004 Grand Avenue - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|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|
|Housing First Program - Homeward Pikes Peak||Housing First provides housing and supportive services for people who suffer from mental illness, substance abuse, and chronic homelessness. There is also veteran specific housing for homeless veterans and their families. In order to participate in Housing First programs, you must fill out a "HOUSING SURVEY" (VI-SPDAT) which can be taken at many local non-profits in the area, including Homeward Pikes Peak. Call 2-1-1 for a complete list of locations that administer the VI-SPDAT or call Homeward Pikes Peak to make an appointment.||El Paso County||Homeward Pikes Peak||Homeward Pikes Peak|
|Housing for Veterans (Veterans Affairs Medical Center) - Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office, Washington, DC||The Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program has both temporary/transitional and permanent supportive housing programs, including:
- Grant Per Diem - Transitional Housing
- HUD-VASH - permanent supportive housing with case management||Denver County||Veteran Affairs Medical Center - Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office, Washington, DC||Colorado Division of Veteran Affairs|
|Joy House Transitional Housing - Providence Network||Provides a two-year transformational housing program for women and children who have experienced domestic violence. Residents participate in a holistic, supportive, and structured program to address the following:
- Goal setting and accountability
- Individual and group counseling
- Child play therapy (Joy House)
- Case management
- Job training
- Life-skills development
- Spiritual guidance
- Sober living support groups
- Community activities||Denver County||Providence Network||Providence Network|
|One Year Transitional Housing - Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County||Housing assistance and supportive services are provided for one year to help families and individuals move from homelessness to housing stability and self-sufficiency. Also serves homeless or unwed pregnancy clients.
This is a Christian-based program that provides daily religious work and mentoring with the goal of changing lifestyles.||Fremont County||Transitional Housing Program-1 year program||Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County|
|Rapid Re-Housing - Bright Future Foundation||Provide a limited number of families with low rent, temporary housing for up to two years after leaving the Safehouse.
Program participants also have access to:
- Case management
- Community referrals
- Life skills workshops
- Childcare assistance
- Legal services
At the completion of this intensive program, our goal is that families have the tools they need to be financially self-sufficient.
||Eagle County||1060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD||Bright Future Foundation|
|Ready to Work - Bridge House||Exists as an employment program that provides the following:
- Paid jobs
- Vocational training
- Support services
- Stable housing to individuals re-entering the workforce
Individuals will live at the Ready to Work house for approximately one year and as a condition of residency will be involved in the following:
- Case management
- Financial management
- Vocational development
All residents will be required to:
- Work a minimum of 20 or 30 hours per week
- Attend classes
- Pay room and board
- Participate in maintaining the building
The property will be staffed 24 hours/7 days a week by trained management and program personnel.||Boulder County||Ready to Work - Bridge House||Bridge House |
|Residential Program - Hope House of Colorado||Provides a safe, structured home for a parenting teen mom while working through a program designed to help earn a GED or educational certificate and move on to further education. It is a Christian home, and residents are required to attend a Bible-based church of their choice. Participants may also receive the following services to support their goals:
- Early learning classes for children
- Healthy relationships classes
- Parenting classes
- Financial literacy classes
- Life skills classes
- College and career preparation
- Legal assistance||Jefferson County||Hope House of Colorado||Hope House of Colorado|
|Safe Haven for Women (Irving Street) - Volunteers of America||Offers temporary housing to single women who experience long time homelessness with disabilities and/or mental health issues.||Denver County||Irving Street - Volunteers of America||Volunteers of America|
|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|
|Short-Term Housing for Families (Atwood St) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Offers short-term housing for up to eight weeks to single and two-parent families with minor children who have been residing in Boulder County.||Boulder County||Atwood St - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)|
|Short-Term Housing for Families (Echo House) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Offers short-term housing for up to eight weeks to single and two-parent families with minor children who have been residing in Boulder County.||Boulder County||Echo House - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)|
|Short-Term Housing for Families (North Carr) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Offers short-term housing for up to eight weeks to single and two-parent families with minor children who have been residing in Boulder County.||Boulder County||North Carr - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)|
|STAR Transitional Living Program (The Crossing) - Denver Rescue Mission||Offers a 6 month, 2-year transitional housing for families, married couples, singles and seniors as well as the following services:
- Case managers
- On-site computer lab
- Three meals per day
- Laundry facility
- Spiritual support
- Life skills workshops
||Denver County||The Crossing - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Supportive Housing for Youth (Stout St) - Urban Peak||Provides a variety of supportive housing options for youth experiencing homelessness. All youth have access to intensive strengths-based case management and are encouraged to participate in the following:
- Mental health
- Substance abuse treatment
- Recreation, etc.
- STAR (Starting Transition and Recovery): Youth with substance abuse or co-occurring disorders; treatment offered in collaboration with Mile High Behavioral Health Care
- Rowan Gardens: Youth with disabilities, including mental health disorders
- Rocky Mountain Youth Housing: Supportive housing for a wide variety of youth, including youth who have been in child welfare or youth corrections
Supportive housing options for youth are also available in scattered site apartments throughout the community.||Denver County||Stout St - Urban Peak||Urban Peak|
|Temporary Shelter - Loaves and Fishes Ministries of Fremont County||Temporary shelter with 22 beds is available at Chayah House and provided to families and individuals struggling with basic needs.||Fremont County||Temporary Shelter||Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County|
|Transitional Housing (220 W 4th St) - Caring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource Center||Provide transitional housing for homeless individuals and families in the Chaffee County area.||Chaffee County||220 W 4th St - Caring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource Center||Caring & Sharing Thrift Store & Resource Center|
|Transitional Housing (Airport Rd) - Dream Centers||Provides transitional housing for homeless or imminently homeless women 18+ who are TANF, CCCAP and SNAP eligible, with three or less children eight years of age or younger.||El Paso County||Airport Rd - Dream Centers||Dream Centers |
|Transitional Housing (Chayah House) - Open Door Ministries||Chayah House serves single women by providing transitional housing with the following supportive services:
- One-on-one weekly mentoring meetings with staff for discipleship/accountability
- Weekly bible study, prayer, and worship meetings
- Required church attendance and opportunities for church involvement
- A progressive six level goal-oriented program, including individualized goal plans and day planning.
- Links to community resources including educational programs, job training, and medical/mental health||Denver County||Open Door Ministries||Open Door Ministries|
|Transitional Housing (Esther House) - Open Door Ministries||Manages a faith-based transitional home for women, primarily targeting those leaving the sex-trade industry, addictions, and other destructive lifestyles, that provides mentoring, life skills, goal-setting, and sober living.||Denver County||Open Door Ministries||Open Door Ministries|
|Transitional Housing - Family HomeStead||Provides transitional housing up to six months with case management to homeless one- or two-parent families with children.||Denver County||Family HomeStead||Family HomeStead|
|Transitional Housing - Family Life Services||Provides a two year transitional housing program for working single mothers with minor children.
||El Paso County||Family Life Services||Family Life Services|
|Transitional Housing for Young Adults (Asset House) - The House||A two-year transitional housing program for young adults age 18 to 24.
Residents live in single rooms and share bathrooms and a kitchen.
Supportive services available to connect residents with resources and support in the community. The monthly rent includes some food and all utilities.||Mesa County||CONFIDENTIAL||The House|
|Transitional Housing - Haseya Advocacy||Provides transitional housing for Native American/American Indian survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, & elder abuse that are actively fleeing abuse and are homeless.||El Paso County||Haseya Advocacy||Haseya Advocacy|
|Transitional Housing - Haven House||Haven House is a faith-based transitional housing facility that provides long term shelter, safety and hope for the future to families that otherwise might be homeless.
- Parenting Skills
- Anger Management/Conflict Resolution Skills
- Budgeting Classes
- Nutrition & Cooking Classes
- Programs for the children also
Our primary focus is to help families with children but when space is available we have opened our doors to include couples and single adults.
No drugs, alcohol or weapons are permitted on the premises. All participants must agree to and will be subject to random UAs (if necessary); testing kits are be kept on site.||Montrose County||4806 N RIVER RD||Haven House|
|Transitional Housing - Ithaka Land||Transitional housing for single men and women age 25+. This program seeks to serve those with the highest barriers due to homelessness, leaving incarceration, fleeing domestic violence or abuse, criminal background preventing housing, and those struggling with mental illness and substance abuse. Must be able to work at least 25hrs per week.
||El Paso County||Ithaka Land||Ithaka Land Inc.|
|Transitional Housing - Mile High Ministries||Joshua Station is a faith-based community that assists families to make the transformation from homelessness to a healthy, stable living environment. There are three phases to the program: Intake, Connections, and Partnership.||Denver County||Mile High Ministries||Mile High Ministries|
|Transitional Housing - New Genesis||Provides transitional housing for working single women, men, and families with children. Women may directly enter the program if sobriety and employment have been established. Men must stay in the shelter for 30 days prior. Operates as a sober living facility.||Denver County||New Genesis||New Genesis|
|Transitional Housing - Partners In Housing||Provides a one year transitional housing and supportive services program for homeless families with minor children. They are also able to assist homeless pregnant women and homeless families who are in the process of having their children placed back into their custody.||El Paso County||Partners In Housing||Partners In Housing|
|Transitional Housing (Treasure House) - Open Door Ministries||Offers a three month to two year transitional housing program for single moms who are ages 19 and older, in crisis, and have young children. As part of the program, each mom is supported to establish self-sufficiency, whether that is through getting a job or enrolling in a school program.
||Denver County||Open Door Ministries||Open Door Ministries|
|Transitional Housing - Woodland Park Community Church||Provides transitional housing for people who need a temporary home while they get back on their feet.
||Teller County||Woodland Park Community Church||Woodland Park Community Church|
|Transitional Housing (Yarmouth Ave) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Offers a two-year transitional housing program for single and two-parent families with children. Participants will meet with a case manager to set a plan for self-sufficiency.||Boulder County||Yarmouth Ave - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)||Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)|
|Transitional Program (Fort Collins) - Denver Rescue Mission||Steps to Success offers 3- to 10-month faith-based transitional program that provides the following supportive services through a case manager:
- Room and Board
- Life Skills classes on Addictions, Housing, Finances, and Employment Readiness
- Our Work Dorm provides up to 4 months of free stay as full-time job workers stay and pursue housing||Larimer County||Fort Collins - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Transitional Services (Boulder) - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)||Provides federally subsidized housing and counseling services to families in need of transitional services in order to terminate an abusive relationship. Assists with:
- Financial management
- Conflict resolution
- Resource identification
- Assertiveness training
- Communication and problem-solving skills
- Establishment of a safe, stable living environment||Boulder County||Boulder - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)||Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)|
|Two-Year Transitional Housing and Support Services (Gilpin St) - Warren Village||Provides two-year transitional housing for low income single-parent families. Housing options consist of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments suitable for a parent and up to four children. Families may live here for up to two years. Rent is based on 30% of the adjusted family income.||Denver County||Gilpin St - Warren Village||Warren Village|
|Two Year Transitional Housing - Loaves and Fishes Ministries of Fremont County||Housing assistance and supportive services are provided for two years to help families and individuals move from homelessness to housing stability and self-sufficiency.||Fremont County||Transitional Housing Program-2 year program||Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County|
|VA-GPD Shelter Program (Victor St) - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||The Housing Division provides long term stays of up to two years for homeless Veteran families with minor children. There is limited space for Veterans with families, including single female veterans. Children must be under the age of 18 and in their parent's custody.||Adams County||2178 Victor St - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Mile High Behavioral Healthcare|
|Veteran's Housing & Support Services (Durango Office) - Volunteers of America Southwest Colorado||Provides veterans and their families shelter and support they need to get back on their feet. A case manager works with the veteran and their family to develop individualized goals to address barriers toward stable housing.
||La Plata County||1055 Avenida Del Sol||Volunteers of America|
|Veteran's Housing & Support Services (Grand Junction Office) - Volunteers of America||Provides veterans and their families shelter and support they need to get back on their feet. A case manager works with the veteran and their family to develop individualized goals to address barriers toward stable housing.||Mesa County||740 Gunnison Avenue||Volunteers of America|
|VFW National Home for Children Family Program - VFW National Home for Children||Families who are accepted into this program can live at the National Home in a single family home for up to four years while working with a professional case worker to set goals and make plans for the future. Families also have access to educational, recreational and enrichment opportunities. Community resources and counseling referrals are provided as needed. Free state-certified daycare services are provided free of charge for children five and under.||Out of State||VFW National Home for Children Services||VFW National Home for Children|
|Warren Village First Step (Federal Blvd) - Warren Village||Provides a one-year transitional communal living program only for women with children. First Step offers:
- Case Management
- Life Skills classes
- Volunteer opportunities
- On-site staff to assist residents in achieving goals
For women who are currently working on their GED.
There are 12 households sharing this community with a range of 12-20 children. Rent refunds are entered into a rent savings account and are refunded to clients upon program exit; no additional cost to participate in the required Self-Sufficiency program.
||Denver County||Federal Blvd - Warren Village||Warren Village|