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Denver County Housing

 

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

303.293.2217
2111 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80204 www.coloradocoalition.org
 long-term housing for men, women, and families; includes case management
 Coalition case managers can help you apply for housing and access other services
 housing is in high demand and rarely available immediately; you may write from prison and ask
for an application about a year before you’re released
 hours are Monday thru Friday, 7:30am – 5pm
 Community Resources offers connections with other resources; uses a lottery system; sign in by
8:30am


Community Housing Services, Inc.

303.831.1750 www.chsico.org
1212 Mariposa Street, Denver, CO 80204
 referrals to emergency, transitional and long-term housing, both subsidized and affordable
 offers information about landlord/tenant disputes
 “Senior Housing Locator” has detailed information about housing options for seniors in the area


Crossroads Shelter (Salvation Army)

303.298.1734 (8am-3pm); 303.298.1028 (after 3pm)
1901 29th Street, Denver, CO 80216
 emergency overnight shelter for men open October thru April
 open only when temperature is below 32 degrees; if raining or snowing, open when temperature
is below 42 degrees
 provides dinner and supper
 open 5pm – 8am


Delores Project

303.534.5411 www.thedeloresproject.org
located in the Denver area
 emergency overnight shelter for women age 18 and older
 provides breakfast, sack lunch, dinner, group classes, and other services
 no charge; for intake and location, call the number above
 must be working with a DOC community re-entry specialist to be accepted; see chapter 5 for information about re-entry specialists


Empowerment Program

303.320.1989 www.empowermentprogram.org
1600 York Street, Suite 201, Denver, CO 80206
 offers transitional housing for women
 Women in Transition (WIT) is located in central Denver and helps women with life skills
education, money management, substance abuse treatment, and mental health care
 Mariposa House is a room and board facility with group living, community meetings, and support
groups
 Columbine Community at the old Lowry Air Force Base has units for women with qualifying
disabilities; involves intense case management
 must be a client of Empowerment Program to be eligible for assistance with housing; call for orientation times and to see if you qualify
 your case manager or parole officer may call the housing coordinator at Empowerment before
your release to see if bed space is available


Father Woody’s Haven of Hope

303.607.0855 www.frwoodyshavenofhope.org
1101 W. 7th Avenue, Denver , CO 80204
 day shelter for men and women
 open Monday thru Friday 7am – 1pm
 offers meals, private showers, bathrooms, haircuts, and laundry service


Harm Reduction Action Center

303.572.7800 www.harmreductionactioncenter.org
775 Lipan Street, Denver, CO 80204
 day shelter for people who struggle with injection drug use
 open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 am – 5 pm
 provides HIV/hepatitis C testing, health education classes, case management, community outreach, an on-site psychotherapist, and an active Advisory Committee
 also provides meals, showers, laundry facility, and Internet access


Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program

720.944.3500
1200 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80204
 offers information and referrals to housing for veterans enrolled in the program
 must be homeless to qualify for the program (staying in a hotel or shelter, in a halfway house or transitional housing, living on the street, or staying in a friend’s home on a short-term basis)
 must also be a veteran with at least one day of active duty and not have a dishonorable discharge
 six-month program offers bus tokens, clothing, haircuts, food, job search assistance and referrals
 walk-in hours are Monday thru Thursday, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
 transitional housing program provides case management to people who wish to become self
sufficient


HOPE Program (Homeless Outreach Pharmaceuticals and Education)

303.832.3354
1555 Race Street, Denver, CO 80206
 day shelter for men and women who are HIV positive
 hours are Monday thru Friday,
 provides lunch, showers, medical tracking assistance


Matthews Center for Excellence

303.295.0376 www.matthewscenters.com
3030 Downing Street, Denver, CO 80205
 transitional and permanent housing program for men and women; veterans only
 provides case management, construction certification training
 current charge for this housing is $350 a month (must qualify under HUD standards)
 your case manager, parole officer, or you may contact the Matthews Center six months before
your release to start the application process


Network Coffee House

303.830.1508 www.networkministries.org
1402 Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80201
 day shelter open Monday thru Friday, 6 pm – 9 pm, Tuesday and Thursday 10 am- 2 pm, early
Saturday mornings
 hospitable space for people to hang out, play chess, drink coffee, get a shower
 worship service on Sunday at 10 am


St. Francis Center

303.297.1576      www.sfcdenver.org
2323 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80205
 day shelter for homeless men and women
 provides mental health counselor, nurse, social worker, employment specialist
 also provides showers, clothing, phones, storage space, satellite location for Stout Street Clinic
 open Monday thru Friday 6am – 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 6am – 1pm (open until 6pm Dec.
thru. April)
 referrals to transitional and long-term housing


Senior Support Services

303.832.1622 www.seniorsupportservices.org
846 E. 18th Avenue, Denver, CO 80218
 day shelter for homeless men and women 55 and older
 when available, provides clothing, meals, glasses, and hearing aids
 case management helps people apply with government benefits
 may be asked to provide documentation of your age
 open Monday thru Friday 7 am – 7 pm, and Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm
 helps homeless seniors find long-term housing


Step 13

303.295.7837 www.step13.org
2029 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205
 transitional housing program for men
 must want to give up addiction to alcohol or drugs
 must follow house rules and attend in-house meetings
 current cost is $8 per day; lower weekly and monthly payment options are available
 employment and long-term housing opportunities


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Updated: February 8, 2017 — 8:58 pm

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  1. Troy r williamson

    Maybe you can help I trying to relocate to Colorado due to employeement I am sex offender can’t find any where to rent

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