Denver County Housing Assistance Programs

See our list of housing assistance programs. We list HUD, housing assistance, subsidized housing programs in Denver County.

Standup For Kids

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21

1111 Osage St., Suite 205C
Denver, CO 80204
(303)892-8328

Standup For Kids is a national, not-for-profit organization founded in 1990 to help rescue homeless and at-risk youth living on the street. With national headquarters in Denver, Colorado, Standup For Kids has established ten outreach programs in five states. Standup For Kids is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that provides services to kids on the streets. Standup For Kids volunteers walk the streets to encourage and guide kids in becoming effective members of their communities. Their programs offer services such as housing referral; education assistance; vocational development; counseling; health services; transportation to selfhelp meetings; legal assistance; and clothes, furniture, and other daily necessities.

Mercy Housing, Inc.

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21
http://www.mercyhousing.org
601 E. 18th Ave Suite 150
Denver, CO 80211
(303)830-3300

Mercy Housing, Inc. is a national non-profit organization dedicated to creating and strengthening healthy communities.

Empowerment Program

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-24
http://www.empowermentprogram.org/
1600 York Street
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 320-1989

Provide education, employment assistance, health, housing referrals, and support services for women who are in disadvantaged positions due to incarceration, poverty, homelessness, HIV/AIDS infection, and/or involvement in the criminal justice system. Our goal is to decrease rates of recidivism by providing case management, support services, basic skills education, housing and resource coordination that can offer alternatives to habits and choices that may lead to criminal behaviors.

Denver Rescue Mission

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21

3501 E. 46th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
(303)297-1815

From basic food and shelter needs to comprehensive rehabilitation programs and quality childcare, the Denver Rescue Mission is actively involved in caring for the whole person. The Denver Rescue Mission operates the following programs: Lawrence Street Shelter: Emergency care, food and clothing distribution, free medical care and long term rehabilitation; Champa House: Transitional rehabilitation program for single mothers desiring self-sufficiency; Harvest Farms: Rehabilitation in a rural setting for men desiring self-sufficiency; Ministry Outreach Center: Administrative and warehouse facilities, clothing and large item distribution; Montessori Children's Academy: A full-time preschool devoted to the Montessori teaching method of learning through experience; Clarkson Child Enrichment Center: A full-time preschool/childcare facility committed to quality care and education; and Pros With a Purpose: Permanent housing for homeless, working families



Denver County Food Assistance Programs

See our list of food assistance programs. We list food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Denver County.

Oxford House for Women - Apache

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
http://www.oxfordhouse.org/
6615 S Apache Drive
Littleton, CO 80210
720-583-0885

Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided.Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.

Oxford House for Men - Osceola

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
http://www.oxfordhouse.org/
180 Osceola St.
Denver, CO 80219
303-284-9298

Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided.Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.

Oxford House for Men - Kalamath

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
http://www.oxfordhouse.org/
4105 Kalamath Street
Denver, CO 80211
303-975-6059

Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided.Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.

Oxford House for Men - Evans Ave

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
http://www.oxfordhouse.org/
2319 S Perry St
Denver, CO 80219
303-248-3567

Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided.Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.



Denver County Homeless Shelters and Homeless Assistance Programs

See our list of homeless programs. We list homeless shelters, day shelters, homeless resources for me, women, and families.

Samaritan House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21

2301 Lawrence St.
Denver, CO 80205
(303)294-0241

Samaritan House is a shelter for homeless men, women and children located in Denver, Colorado. Samaritan House assists with resources such as case management, employment counseling and resources, job training, and family and children services. Samaritan House provides services to over 300 people every day, most of whom can stay for a period of 30-90 days. Samaritan House was built specifically as a shelter in 1986 and is a service of Catholic Charities.



Denver County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Denver County.

Cosmetic & Reconstructive Support (Crs) Program; National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Ncadv)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
https://ncadv.org/
One Broadway, Suite B210
Denver, CO 80203
(303)839-1852

Works in partnership with three medical associations to assist survivors of domestic violence who cannot afford the cosmetic/reconstructive surgery and dentistry needed to repair injuries received from an intimate partner or spouse. Face to Face: The National Domestic Violence Project offers facial plastic and reconstructive surgery to repair injuries on the face, head, and neck. Give Back A Smile (GBAS) Program offers cosmetic dentistry to repair injuries to the front teeth or the “smile zone.” Hours Of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Eligibility: Adult survivors of domestic violence. Fees: None.