Food, clothing, and shelter to homeless families with children, homeless individuals, runaway youth, and homeless women veterans.
Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, shelter, therapy, and legal advocacy for domestic violence victims; school-based violence prevention and psycho-educational programs for the region.
Our mission is to end hunger by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through our programs and partner agencies.
Denver's only daytime center for women, children and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness or poverty offering safe shelter, meeting basic needs, building self-sufficiency, and inclusive community.
Provides Jefferson County residents basic human services and promotes pathways to self-sufficiency through programs that focus on three main areas: Intervention, Prevention, and Connection.
40+ programs for people in need including elderly, families, youth, refugees and disabled. Services are provided regardless of faith, race, sexual orientation, or economic status.
Provides emergency shelter, counseling and advocacy services to women, children and youth experiencing domestic violence, through a 24-hour crisis line, shelter and nonresidential center.
Improves quality of life for older adults through Meals-on-Wheels, respite and in-home care, adult day and care management services; and much more.
Provides day services for Denver's homeless: mail, showers, clothing, employment, telephones, healthcare, social services; helping people transition to permanent, low-income housing with case management.
Providing emergency shelter for unaccompanied women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness, and individualized support services and shelter for women ready to move towards stability.
Enriching the lives of seniors and others in the South Metro Denver Area by providing nutritious meals and services that promote dignity, well-being and independence.