Colorado Homeless Service Organizations

Colorado Shelters and Emergency Housing

Colorado has regional homeless service organizations that coordinate local resources and can provide assistance to the homeless. A number of Colorado Homeless Service Organizations are funded through Continuum of Care (CoC). Continuum of Care is a federal program that consolidates the following Homeless Assistance programs: the Shelter Plus Care Program, the Supportive Housing Program, and the Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room Occupancy Program. The CoC Program is designed to promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness by providing grants to nonprofit providers, State, and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities.

Colorado Homeless Service Organizations funded by CoC assist individuals (including unaccompanied youth) and families experiencing homelessness. With the main goal of long-term stability, those Colorado homeless service organizations provide the services that are needed to help such individuals move into transitional and permanent housing. Here is a short list of some of Colorado Homeless Service Organizations by county with services offered.

If you are homeless in Colorado and need help – call the listed homeless service organization in your area.

Adams County

Almost Home – (303) 659-6199
568 Bridge Street, Brighton, CO 80601
Emergency shelter for families with children, transitional housing, rental and utility assistance

Alternatives to Family Violence – (303) 657-0064
Address is Confidential
Domestic Violence Services

Alamosa

La Puente Home – (719) 589-4567
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children, Single Women, Single Men

Arapahoe County

Gateway Battered Women’s Shelter – (303) 343-1851
PO Box 914, Aurora CO 80040
Safehouse for women who are victims of domestic abuse

Boulder

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless – (303) 442-4646
4869 N. Broadway Street, Boulder, CO 80304
Shelter

Emergency Family Services – (303) 442-3042
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children

Boulder Safehouse – (303) 444-2424
Safehouse

Longmont (in Boulder County) – (303) 772-0432
Safehouse

Colorado Springs

R.J. Montgomery, New Hope Center – (719) 578-9190
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children, Single Women, Single Men

Denver

Access – (303) 289-7078
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children

Bannock Youth Center – (720) 217-3884
455 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204
Transitional housing for single youths and young families aged 16-24

Catholic Worker – (303) 296-6390
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless – (303) 293-2217
2111 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80205
Full Homeless Service Organization with multiple locations

Comitis – (303) 343-9890
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children, Single Women, Single Men, Youth Shelter

Center of Hope – (303) 935-1276
875 S. Sheridan Boulevard, Denver, CO 80226
Provides homeless services for women with children and youth

Family Promise of Greater Denver – (303) 675-0713
PO Box 40550, Denver, CO 80204
Shelter for homeless families

Interfaith Hospitality Network – (303) 675-0713
Families (1 or 2 parents)

Sacred Heart – (303) 296-6686
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children, Single Women

Samaritan – (303) 294-0241
Families (1 or 2 parents), Mothers with Children, Single Women, Single Men

Volunteers of America – (303) 295-2165
Single Women

The Delores Project – (303) 534-5411
PO Box 1406, Denver, CO 80201
Overnight shelter and services for single adult women who are homeless

Brandon – (303) 620-9190
Safehouse

Damen House – (303) 433-4280
Safehouse

Urban Peak – (303) 777-9198
Youth Shelter

Youth Transitions (Volunteers of America) – (303) -295-2165
Youth Shelter

Douglas County

Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center – (303) 688-8484
Safehouse

Englewood

Family Tree – House of Hope – (303) 762-9525
3301 S. Grant St., Englewood, CO 80113
Shelter for homeless mothers with children

Interfaith Task Force – (303) 789-0501
Families (1 or 2 parents)

Jefferson County

JAC – (303) 237-7704
Families (1 or 2 parents), Single Women, Single Men

Family Tree, Inc. – (303) 422-2133
Safehouse

Women In Crisis (Family Tree) – (303) 420-6752
Safehouse

Larimer County

Crossroads – (970) 482-3502
Families (1 or 2 parents)

Pueblo

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pueblo – (719) 544-4233
Families (1 or 2 parents)

El Centro de Los Pobres – (719) 947-3109
Families (1 or 2 parents)

Posada – (719) 545-8776
Families (1 or 2 parents), Safehouse

Pueblo Area Interfaith Hospitality Network – (719) 251-2136
Families (1 or 2 parents)

Pueblo YWCA – (719) 542-6904
Families (1 or 2 parents), Safehouse

Wayside Cross Gospel Rescue Mission – (719) 545-5744
Single Women, Single Men

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