Local Assistance Resources: Denver, Colorado
Page Update: May 2021
Haven of Hope's mission is to provide the homeless and indigent of our community with a full range of services to improve quality of life and restore dignity in a warm and inviting environment.
- Distribution of over-the-counter medication
- Eye Clinic
- Food boxes for families
- Hygiene kits (i.e. travel shampoos, soaps, lotions, toothbrushes, and toothpastes)
- Laundry service
- Mail and document safe keeping
- Meals (breakfast, 4 course hot lunch and sack lunch)
- Monthly HIV/Hep C testing clinic
- Monthly physical therapy & wound clinic
- Monthly prosthetic clinic
- Outreach Coordinator to work with guests on finding resources pertaining to shelter, employment, transportation, etc.
- Phone service
- Private showers
- Weekly dental clinic
- Weekly massage therapy
- Weekly Medicaid Representative to assist guests with Medicaid signup and questions
- Weekly Outreach Worker from Denver Human Services to help with food stamps, disability, and housing eligibility
- Weekly Stout Street Mobile Medical Clinic to assist guests with basic medical needs and referrals
- Weekly VA Representative
- Weekly yoga classes
- Wireless internet access
The Denver Inner City Parish is committed to fighting hunger and poor nutrition comprehensively by providing a client-choice food pantry to the community. Clients are able to select their food as they would in a grocery store.
he Denver Inner City Parish is committed to fighting hunger and poor nutrition comprehensively by providing a client-choice food pantry to the community. Clients are able to select their food as they would in a grocery store.
- Food pantry
Includes financial assistance for home repairs
Rebuilding Together program transforms the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities.
St. Francis Center (SFC) is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness. It provides a safe and welcoming environment for people during the day when other shelters are closed or overcrowded.
- Temporary shelter
- Connection to community resources
At SFC, guests have the opportunity to talk with:
- Social workers
- Mental health counselors
- Employment specialists
Meeting with these professionals is a first step toward transitioning out of homelessness.