There are many homeless services in the Boulder, CO region, including shelters of all types, bathing facilities, and mail facilities. And, if you want to help, there are also volunteer opportunities available.
Bridge House’s mission is to address immediate survival needs of homeless and working poor individuals and provide resources which lead to employment, housing, personal stability and healing. Daytime shelter-- serve 100 daily. See 350 case management contacts monthly.
Special hours for homeless women and children, 2 hours weekly, average 10 women.
Emergency warming center during dangerously cold weather, approx. 25 times per winter, serve 30 people each time.
Dinner served for 100-150 people daily at their Community Table sites.
Almost Home operates one of three (3) permanent Family Homeless Shelters within Adams County. This facility has three (3) sleeping rooms and a common area for the kitchen and family room. " placeholder="Service Description" rows="4">To facilitate self-sufficiency for homeless individuals or families in need of housing assistance in Adams County and southern Weld County by providing both temporary housing and transitional/affordable "worforce" housing and case management services. Almost Home operates one of three (3) permanent Family Homeless Shelters within Adams County. This facility has three (3) sleeping rooms and a common area for the kitchen and family room.
6978 Colorado Blvd Commerce City, CO 80022 (303) 289-7078
ACCESS Housing's mission is to help homeless families in the Denver metro area, regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency and secure permanent housing. ACCESS does this through a comprehensive continuum of care and collaboration with community partners.ACCESS applies a comprehensive, holistic and culturally responsive approach that empowers families to regain control of their lives by providing the following services:Emergency shelter in private two-bedroom apartment units for up to 90 days. Hotel vouchers to ensure the safety of homeless children and families. Emergency and supplemental food, clothing, personal hygiene products and household furnishings. Transitional housing services that include case management and financial assistance for rent, utility, transportation, health care and education expenses.Shelter is offered for up to 90 days for families with children in private, two bedroom apartment units. Shelter residents receive intensive case management services, food, clothing, personal hygiene products, household furnishings and transportation support.Homeless prevention services that include family advocacy, linkages to community resources and financial assistance for rent, utility, transportation, health care and education expenses. Adult education and job services. Life skills training on budgeting, credit repair, parenting, landlord and tenant rights, healthy lifestyles, conflict resolution, and effective communication. Linkages to community partners for services not currently provided by ACCESS Housing.Summer recreation activities for homeless children and youth between the ages of 6 and 18.Recreation activities include arts and crafts, skating, bowling, swimming, hiking, museum tours, boating and trips to the zoo. Program participants also receive individualized mentor support and tutoring from young adult college students.At the end of the summer and before school starts every child receives a backpack filled with school supplies that are donated by local businesses. Other programs include:Steps 2 Success Self-Sufficiency Program Program services support the capacity of adult family members to secure and maintain jobs that pay a living wage.Step one services include GED preparation, English language instruction, citizenship preparation, Computer skills training, resume writing, interviewing skills, completion of successful job applications, and job search. Step two services include job placement and job retention support. Homebuyer Education and Small Business Development Workshops and individualized counseling are also offered.Home Again Family Support Program Provides support for the transitions of homeless families into transitional and permanent housing. Program service support the transitions of homeless families into transitional and permanent housing.Eligible families receive case management services and financial assistance for health care, education, rent, utility, and transportation expenses for up to two years.ACCESS Housing also owns 19 units of housing for low-income families and plans to acquire additional units over the next tn years.
Family HomeStead , Emergency and transitional housing The Emergency Housing Program accepts referrals from shelters, safehouses, and other homeless service providers throughout the Denver Metro Area including the Denver Department of Human Services, Brandon Center, the Interfaith Hospitality Network, Samaritan House, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and many others. For the first 30 days of a maximum 90-day period, an apartment is provided without charge. Case managers develop an individualized case plan with each family that helps them learn to live in independent housing while the parents strive to develop a source of income, begin the search for next-step housing, and deal with concerns that are pertinent to their particular family. Case managers provide resources and referrals as needed to help clients achieve the goals outlined in their case plan.
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Homeless families with children, at least one child under the age of 18 Families
SafeHouse Denver serves victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter, and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. All of the women, children and youthwho come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.
The Haven is an 65-bed Modified Therapeutic Community (MTC) located in Denver, Colorado for women, mothers and their infants. Licensed by the Colorado Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the program offers long-term, intensive treatment for clients with addictions Other programs include: The Haven Mother's House I and II. Provides intensive residential substance abuse treatment to 26 women. Women who receive services through the mother's house must either be pregnant or have an infant in their care. Clients are given an opportunity to learn different ways to cope with their feelings and are taught how to make appropriate choices. The Haven Mother's House operates with the philosophy that it is critical that a mother be with her infant as she progresses through treatment. The Haven children are the heart of the program and allow the mother to experience love, care and parenting in a substance free environment The Baby Haven. Provides specialized daycare for infants whose mothers are in residential substance abuse treatment at The Haven. The staff supports mothers in treatment by enhancing the children's physical, emotional and cognitive growth. In order to allow mothers to attend treatment groups, the daycare is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and provides care for up to 15 infants. The daycare is unique, in that mothers visit the daycare to feed their children lunch and are provided the opportunity to bond and interact with their children. During this time, mothers receive nutritional guidance from staff and are able to meet individually with staff to address their children's issues and receive parental guidance. In addition, mothers participate in a weekly parenting education group and a parent/child interaction group. These groups are facilitated by an infant mental health team that consists of a licensed psychologist and a post-doctoral fellow. Each child is provided with developmental assessments at six-month intervals. The daycare staff assists each child in meeting and exceeding their developmental milestones The Doula Program. Pairs pregnant women from The Haven Mother's House with successful Haven graduates who have given birth and are in recovery. Doula's undergo training in the Chicago Health Connection Community Doula Model and The Harris Doula Child Development Curriculum (ages 0-3). A doula's relationship with the mother begins as soon as the trained doula is matched with the mother and continues up until the child is 18 months of age. The doula begins regular contact with the pregnant woman; accompanying her to prenatal care visits and helping her develop a birth plan. The doulas also provide a series of sessions focused on education about labor and delivery. The goals for the doula are to develop a trusting relationship with the mother, to help her to advocate for herself in the health care system, to prepare for the hospital labor and delivery experience, and ultimately to prepare for her new role as a parent Correctional Facilities. The Haven operates
Facilities have varying hours of operation. Contact for more information about administrative office hours.
Clients are referred from the Department of Human Services, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the criminal justice system, homeless shelters, friends and family members, or through self-referral.