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					               Transitional Housing for Families

Decatur Place
1155 Decatur
Denver CO, 80204
303-893-2718

Two-year Transitional Housing Program for single parent families. Applicants cannot
have felonies or past evictions. Residents must participate in three classes per month and
two hours of community service per month. Applicants must be either full-time employed
or part-time employed while attending school. Applicants must fill out a questionnaire at
the Decatur Place then an orientation will be scheduled if they qualify.

Warren Village
1323 Gilpin
Denver CO, 80218
303-321-2345

One to two-year Transitional Housing Program for single parent families. Applicants
must have a GED or High School Diploma. No felonies accepted. Must participate in
case management services. To apply bring I.D., birth certificates for all in the household,
social security cards and high school diploma or GED. Applications accepted between
10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Archdiocesan Housing/Catholic Charities
4045 Pecos Street, Suite A
Denver, CO 80211
303-830-0215

Several subsidized family housing units in Denver. Contact above number for
application. Criminal and credit issues assessed on a case by case basis.

Archdiocesan Housing
Catholic Worker House
2420 Welton Street
Denver CO
303-830-0215

Transitional Housing for single and two-parent families. Two parent families must be
married. Single women also accepted.
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Family Support Services
2111 Champa Street
Denver CO, 80205
303-293-2217

Two year Transitional Housing for homeless families. Contact for application process
does have a waitlist.

Denver Rescue Mission
Family Services
3501 E. 46th Avenue
Denver CO, 80216
303-297-1815

Provides Transitional housing, assistance for permanent housing, mentoring, life-skills
training, education and case management. STAR program provides transitional housing.
FRM helps working families secure stable housing and helps with 1st months rent and
deposit while providing support through a mentoring program.

Colorado Homeless Families
P.O. Box 40186
Denver CO 80218
303-420-6634

Two-year Transitional Housing Program for single or two parent families. Two parent
families must provide marriage or common law certificate. Felonies and court-ordered
evictions not accepted. Please call for an application. Applicants must have an income
and a sponsor who will pay rent if resident cannot pay rent.

STRIDE
5400 W. Cedar Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80226
303-238-3580

One-Two year Transitional Housing program for homeless families in Jefferson County.
Applicants must be homeless and able to increase their income while in the program.
Applicants must have children under the age of 18 years-old.
Family Tree Housing and Family Services
3805 Marshall Street #201
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
303-467-2604

Provides Transitional, rent-subsidized housing for families. Families must participate in
in-home case management services while in the program. Six months or longer
depending on program.

Family Homestead
999 Decatur
P.O Box 40186
Denver, CO 80218
303-623-6514

Provides independent housing and case management for a maximum period of six months
for families. Applicant needs to be referred by a case manager.

Interfaith Community Services
3370 S. Irving Street
Englewood, CO 80110
303-789-0501

Two-year Transitional housing program for families.

Salvation Army
Lambuth Center
2201 Stout Street
Denver CO
303-295-3366

Transitional Housing for families. Two parent families must be legally married. Must be
looking for employment and participate in a savings account program.

Volunteers of America
Family Housing Program
2660 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-297-0408

Family Housing in partnership between Denver Housing Authority and Volunteers of
America. Families work with a case manager to prevent homeless and promote stability.
No recent felonies and must be referred by a case manager or advocate.
Joshua Station/Mile High Ministries
2330 W. Mulberry Place
Denver, CO 80204
720-377-1103

15 month Transitional Housing program for single and two parent families with children
under the age of 18. Must be working towards obtaining full-time employment. Must be
willing to work with a family advocate. Applicants need to complete a request for
housing form, orientation, personal interview and criminal background check. Call for
application process.


Transitional Housing for Women with children
Providence Network
801 Logan Street
Denver, CO
303-860-8404

 Christian-based transformational housing for low-income abused women and their
children. Community based living church attendance is required.

Still Water Housing/Open Door Ministries
Treasure House
PO Box 18018
Denver, CO 80218
303-830-2201

Three month to two year transitional housing program for single mothers ages 15 and
above. Residents must be either working or in school. Mandatory attendance three nights
a week for community dinner.

Denver Rescue Mission
Champa House
P.O. Box 5206
Denver, CO 80217
303-294-9961

Transitional housing for women with children and pregnant women 18years and older.
Program is 12 to 27 months. Applicants must be eligible for TANF and children must be
under 12 years old. Call to schedule orientation.
Transitional Housing for unaccompanied Women
New Genesis
1680 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
303-831-4910

Transitional Housing program for women. Women share an apartment with another
participant. Must be able to work. Rent is $96 a week. Contact Tammie Carroll for
application at above phone number.

Bo Mathews Center for Excellence
3030 Downing Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-295-0376

Transitional housing program for single women for 3 months to one year. Residents must
pay $350.00 a month for rent and volunteer with a charity. On-site bible study, AA
classes and support groups are provided and residents have a choice on which groups
they attend. Call for an interview and availability.

Volunteers of America
Irving Street Women Residence
601 S. Irving Street
Denver, CO 80219
303-934-9501

Transitional to permanent housing for homeless women with mental health issues. Will
accept women with felonies. Clients may be referred by a case manager or call to set up
an intake interview. Some single rooms but most are shared with a roommate.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Ruth Goebel House
303-293-2217 CCH main number

Twelve-bed house that offers communal living and support for formerly homeless
women. Women struggling with homelessness, mental illness or domestic violence can
stay for up to two years. Case management and mental health services provided. Must
have an income. Contact Colorado Coalition for the Homeless for application process.
Open Door Ministries
Chaya House
PO Box 18018
Denver, CO 80218
303-830-2201 ext. 8

Transitional Housing Program for single homeless women. Church attendance required.
24 live-in staff provide mentoring and support. Call for application process.

Ester House
303-831-9460

Transitional group home for women leaving the sex-trade industry, chemical addictions
and destructive lifestyles. Church attendance required and must be willing to work with a
mentor on a 1:1 basis. Call for application process.

Oxford House/Kenton
1488 S. Kenton Street
Aurora, CO 80219
720-535-9213

Group home setting for single women and women with children. Residents share
responsibility of house expenses. Must be sober. Residents may stay as long as needed.

Archdiocesan Housing
Catholic Worker House
2420 Welton Street
Denver CO
303-296-6390

Transitional Housing for single and two-parent families. Two parent families must be
married. Single women also accepted.


Transitional Housing for Single Men
New Genesis
1680 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
303-831-4910

Transitional and emergency housing programs for men. Contact Tammie Carroll,
Director of client services. Must be able to obtain employment.
Denver Rescue Mission
New Life Program
3501 E. 46th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
303-297-1815

A five phase long-term housing program lasting 12-27 months. Rehabilitation services,
spiritual development, career skills, case management and counseling.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Stout Street Clinic
2100 Broadway
Denver CO 80205
303-293-2217

Transitional housing for chronically homeless men. Call for application process and
criteria. Ask for the Community Resources Department.

Step 13
2029 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-295-7837

Transitional Housing program for homeless men with chemical addictions. Applicants
must be willing to be sober and have the desire to find full-time employment.

Oxford House
810 S. Taft Street                    13577 W. Alaska Dr.
Lakewood, CO 80228                    Lakewood, CO 80012
303-988-7541                          720-535-9213

15871 E. Tennessee Place              180 Osceola Street
Aurora, CO 80017                      Denver, CO 80219
720-535-5272                          303-936-0728

Peer run recovery houses for men who are expected to share the house expenses.
Residents must be sober. Expected length of stay is 1 year.
Maternity Housing
Mother House
PO Box 19589
Boulder, CO 80308
303-447-9602

Transitional Housing for pregnant women who are homeless. Housing provided until
two-months after the birth of the child. Provides case management. $175 a month rent
and $125 deposit. Age requirements are 16 years and older.

Kearney Street Program/Denver Area Youth Services
1530 W. 13th Ave
Denver, CO 80204
303-316-0912

Teen Pregnancy program 14-19 years-old providing housing, education, and parenting
classes. Applicants need to be referred by either Human Services or division of youth
corrections

Shannon’s Hope Maternity Home
PO Box 1477
Wheat Ridge CO 80034
303-480-5433

Christian based maternity home for pregnant women 16 years old and above. Bible study
classes required. Requirements are $90 a month rent, $60 a month food contribution and
nine hours a month volunteering.

Denver Rescue Mission
Champa House
P.O. Box 5206
Denver, CO 80217
303-294-9961

Transitional housing for women with children and pregnant women 18years and older.
Program is 12 to 27 months. Applicants must be eligible for Tanf and children must be
under 12 years old. Call to schedule orientation.
Bridgeway Home for Pregnant Teenagers
85 S. Union Boulevard Suite 204
Lakewood CO, 80228
303-969-0515

18 month program for pregnant teenagers 16-21 years of age. No other children and
continued education classes are mandatory.


Volunteers of America
Bannock Youth Center
Denver, CO
720-217-3884

Transitional Housing for youth for young mothers 18-24 years of age. Must be working
full-time or attending school full-time.


New Beginnings
PO Box 423
Aurora, CO 80040
303-364-0890

Single pregnant women 18years and older. Christian based maternity home.


Emergency Housing and Shelters
Families with children

Access Housing
6978 Colorado Blvd.
Commerce City, CO 80022
303-289-7078

120 day stay for homeless families in Adams County. Must complete intake. Contact the
shelter for intake times.

Almost Home Inc.
213 N. Main Street
Brighton, CO 80601
303-659-6199

30 day shelter stay for homeless families. Must be a resident of Adams County. Call to
schedule an intake assessment. Families must have an income.
Atwood Emergency Shelter
819 Atwood Street
Longmont, CO 80501
303-651-2388

Must have lived in the Saint Vrain Valley School District. Single and two parent families.
Must have income. Call for walk-in appointment times.

Emergency Family Assistance Association
929 Marine Street
Boulder, CO 80302
303-442-3042

Emergency shelter for homeless families who have lived in Boulder County. Contact for
intake information.

Interfaith Hospitality Network
915 E. 9th Avenue
Denver, CO 80218
303-675-0713

Emergency Shelter for families with children. Families can stay for up to ninety days.
Shelter is in churches that rotate as the shelter. Call for availability.

Samaritan House
2301 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-294-0241

Family shelter for up to ninety days. Must participate in case management and weekly
house meetings. Also provides motel vouchers from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. if all family
shelters are full. Must be a Denver resident to be issued a motel voucher.

Growing Home
3489 West 72nd Avenue #112
Westminster, Colorado 80030
303-426-0430

Emergency Shelter for Families in Adams County. Can stay for up to 60 days. Call for
intake process.
Jefferson County Action Center
8755 W. 14h Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
303-237-7704

Shelter for single and two parent families with children living in Jefferson County.
Families can stay for up to 45 days. Call for intake and availability.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
2111 Champa Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-293-2217

Emergency motel vouchers for families with children. Motel vouchers are issued only if
all family shelters are full. Must sign up daily at theoffice between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. Must have I.D. and provide proof of custody.

Comitis
PO box 919
2178 Victor Street
Aurora, CO 80040
303-343-9890

Emergency Shelter for families and runaway/homeless youth. Located in Aurora. Also
provides emergency services for individuals.


Women with children
No men

Sacred Heart House
2844 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-296-6686

30 stay emergency shelter for single women and women with children. Call for
availability and intake process.

Father Ed Judy House
Denver
303-866-7641

Single women with children can stay for up to three months. Call for intake process.
House of Hope/Family Tree
Denver
303-762-9525

Emergency shelter for women with children. Provides Case management and housing
assistance.

Brandon Center/Volunteers of America
Denver
303-620-9190

Emergency shelter for women and children. Male children under the age of 14 only.


Women without Children
The Delores Project
Denver, CO
303-534-5411

Emergency Shelter for women without children in their custody. Must be 18 and over.
Call at 11:30 a.m. for availability. Must leave at 8:00 a.m.

Theodora House
1555 Yates Street
Denver, CO 80204
303-620-9190

Emergency shelter for women through Volunteers of America. Can stay for ninety days
and must participate in case management. Shelter is open 24 hours.

Samaritan House
2301 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-294-0241

 Shelter for single men and women as well as families for up to ninety days. Must
participate in case management and weekly house meetings. Also provides motel
vouchers from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. if all shelters are full. Must be a Denver resident to
be issued a motel voucher.
Sacred Heart House
2844 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-296-6686

30 stay emergency shelter for single women and women with children. Call for
availability and intake process.

Jefferson County Action Center
8755 W. 14h Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
303-237-7704

Shelter for single and two parent families with children living in Jefferson County.
Families can stay for up to 45 days. Call for intake and availability. Has rooms for single
women without children.

Urban Peak
1630 South Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-974-2900

Overnight and long-term shelter for single men and women 16 years to 23 years of age.

Gift of Mary
Denver
303-860-8040

Overnight emergency shelter for single women. Shelter is in a convent and is run by the
nuns who live there. Please call at 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. for availability.


Emergency Shelters for Men
Samaritan House
2301 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-294-0241

30 day stay for men. Must participate in a lottery for open beds at 7:30 p.m. Emergency
overnight overflow is at 9:00 p.m.
Jefferson Action Center
8755 W. 14h Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
303-237-7704

Emergency shelter for homeless families and individuals. Call for availability and intake
process.

Urban Peak
1630 South Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-974-2900

Overnight and long-term shelter for single men and women 16 years to 23 years of age.

Denver Rescue Mission
1130 Park Avenue West
Denver, CO 80205
303-294-0157

Emergency shelter for men. Intake for overnight beds begins at 7:00 p.m.

Lawrence Street Shelter
1130 Park Avenue West
Denver, CO 80205
303-294-0157

30 day shelter for men who are employed 15 hours a week or more. Emergency overnight
beds for men available. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the men must vacate the dorm by
5:30 a.m. Breakfast is served at the mission at 6:00 a.m.

New Genesis
1680 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
303-831-4910

Transitional and emergency housing programs for men. Contact Tammie Carroll,
Director of client services. Must be able to obtain employment.
Emergency Shelters for Youth
Comitis
PO box 919
2178 Victor Street
Aurora, CO 80040
303-343-9890

Emergency Shelter for runaway/homeless youth. Located in Aurora. Also provides
emergency services for individuals.

Urban Peak
1630 South Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80205
303-974-2900

Overnight and long-term shelter for single men and women 16 years to 23 years of age.


Domestic Violence Shelters
 Gateway Battered Women’s Service
303-343-1851

Emergency shelter for single women and women with children. Provides case
management and advocacy.

Colorado Coalition against Domestic Violence
303-831-9632

Offers information and referrals to victims

Safe House Denver
Denver
303-318-9989

Emergency Shelter for battered women and their children. Maximum shelter stay is thirty
days.
Family Tree
Jefferson County
303-467-2604

Information and help with legal advocacy, shelter and crisis services for women who are
victims of domestic violence.

Colorado Coalition for the homeless
2111 Champa
Denver CO 80205
303-293-2217

Emergency motel vouchers provided with women with children who are victims of
domestic violence. Must sign up at the Champa location to talk with an emergency
services case manager.

Project Safeguard
Brighton
303-637-7761

Offers emergency legal advocacy and assistance to women who are victims of domestic
violence

Brandon Center for Women and Children
Volunteers of America
303-620-9190

Emergency Shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence

Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center
P.O. Box 367
Castle Rock, CO 80104
303-688-1094

Emergency domestic violence shelter for victims of domestic violence. Maximum stay is
45 days.


Hope House Inc.
Denver
303-280-3180

Emergency shelter for women and children and pets escaping domestic violence. Women
need to stay at the shelter to have their pets stay too.