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Youth Shelters: 

Inside Out Youth Service

  • 223 North Wahsatch Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 328-1056 

  • Provides a safe space for young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Questioning and Queer (LGBTIQ) and allied people ages 13-22. Drop-in to hang out almost every day (MTWF) at 3pm and stay for awesome discussion groups and activities, including health and wellness, dating violence prevention, community resilience and suicide prevention, and self-advocacy skills. Join weekly support groups, recreation nights, food pantry and clothing closet, and social activities to help you feel empowered to express who you are in a safe place.



Dale House Project 

  • 7 West Dale Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 471-0642

  • Provides residential services for 20 youth ages 16-21 years old. Provides one-on-one mentoring, education, urban gardening, independent living preparation, transitional living apartments, outreach and aftercare. 



Urban Peak Colorado Springs

  • 423 E Cucharras St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 630- 3223

  • Provides services to youth ages 15 through 24 years old. Provides them with overnight shelter, drop in center, street outreach, education and employment programs, and transitional housing. 



Attention Homes

  • 1443 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302

  • Phone: (303) 447-1206

  • Attention Homes provides housing and supportive services to youth facing homelessness. They help young people transform their lives and put them on a path to independence.


The Source

  • 3080 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304

  • Phone: (303) 447-1207

  • The Source serves runaway and homeless youth and youth in crisis. Youth between the ages of 12 and 20 are eligible for a shelter bed, and youth ages 12 to 24 are welcome to our daytime drop-in center. Drop-in is open EVERY DAY from 12:30pm – 5:00pm. Youth have access to food, clothing, showers, laundry, internet access, clothing and hygiene items. In addition, they have access to education, medical care, legal services, and more. Our shelter is open nightly from 5:00pm – 8:00am. Twelve youth per night can stay in our shelter, safe from the streets and elements. Case Managers assist with long-term housing options, a pathway toward family reunification, education, and employment support.


Urban Peak Denver 

  • 630 South Acoma, Denver, CO 80223

  • Phone: (303) 777-9198

  • Provides services to youth ages 15 through 24 years old. Provides them with overnight shelter, drop in center, street outreach, education and employment programs, and transitional housing. 



Savio House

  • 325 King Street Denver, CO  80219

  • Phone: (303) 922-5516

  • Savio believes in keeping children and families together, even when they are struggling with serious problems like child abuse, mental health issues, and drug abuse.

Emergency Shelters: 

RJ Montgomery (Salvation Army)

  •  709 S. Sierra Madre Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 578-9190 

  • This shelter houses and feeds up to 220 homeless individuals every night.  It provides a clean and sober environment for men, women and children to begin rebuilding their lives. The shelter provides dinner, informal breakfast, and caseworkers who help clients establish life skills, employment and path to self-sufficiency. 


Springs Rescue Mission

  • 5 W. Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 884-2758 

  • Offers a year round, low barrier shelter for people experiencing homelessness in the Colorado Springs region. Their main purpose is to keep people safe, warm and alive. The shelter is open 7 nights a week. Doors open at 5PM and close at 10PM. 




  • 1575 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80304

  • Phone: (303) 442-3042

  • EFAA owns or operates 57 short-term or transitional housing units in Boulder County, including Longmont, Lafayette, Louisville, and Boulder. Each family in our housing program works closely with a strengths-based case manager who guides them through budgeting, saving, planning and connecting to other community resources as they build their future.Families may stay for up to nine weeks and are provided assistance with food, transportation to work, and minor medical expenses. Offers a food pantry Monday through Friday.



Path To Home

  • 2691 30thStreet, Boulder, CO 

  • Phone: (720) 386-9002

  • Path to Home supports adults experiencing homelessness with 24/7 access to basic needs services such as meals and safe shelter. Through intensive, immediate service engagement and custom navigation plans clients are able to quickly access housing options other than emergency shelter.



Boulder Shelter for the Homeless


Crossroads Center (Salvation Army) 

  • 1901 29th St, Denver, CO 80216

  • Phone: (303) 295-3366

  • Must check in my 4:30PM. Each client that comes to the Crossroads Center is given access to a variety of services including showers, laundry facilities, hygiene items, medical assistance, and case management. All receive a safe place to sleep, a warm dinner, and breakfast before leaving in the morning.


Comitis Crisis Center

  • 9840 E 17th Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

  • Phone: (303) 343-9890

  • Offers an emergency adult shelter for adults 18+. It is a lottery to get a bed and you can call between 5AM-12PM (303-317-8990). Meals, hygiene items, and seasonal clothing are provided. Showers are available. Referral services and case management. Healthcare screenings provided by MCPN. LGBTQI affirming supportive services. 



Samaritan House of Denver

  • 2301 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 294-0241

  • Each of our residents is matched with a case manager who helps him/her navigate our 120-day Levels Program. Each resident commits to goals that will help them obtain stable income and housing.



Denver Rescue Mission 

  • 1130 Park Ave W., Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 294-0157

  • Provides emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs, and community outreach. Emergency services include overnight shelter, daytime courtyard, laundry services, basic health services, restrooms and showers, and meals. 


Women (and Children): 

Mary’s Home

  • 11025 Voyager Pkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80921

  • Phone: (719) 247-2007 

  • We offer a safe place to call home, rest, and heal for both women and their children.We train women in important life skills that will serve them as they move towards independence. After their time at Mary’s Home, women leave with the tools they need for their families to not only survive but to thrive.


Sacred Heart House of Denver

  • 2844 Lawrence St., Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 296-6686

  • Services provided include: In House Stabilization, Follow Up and Transitional Housing Programs. Both enable homeless women to move to stable housing and become self-sufficient. The In House Stabilization Program provides temporary housing, food, clothing, transportation and case management to homeless families Denver region. 


Family Tree – House of Hope

  • 3301 S. Grant St., Englewood, CO 80113

  • Phone: (303) 762-9525

  • Family Tree House of Hope is dedicated to providing safe shelter and supportive services for women with children experiencing homelessness. They are provided with up to a 90 day stay which includes basic needs and supportive services. Case management to assist families with achieving economic independence. Assistance navigating housing, employment, education, job skills training and childcare. There is an on-site therapist and health clinic. Provides community referrals for other resources. 



Father Ed Judy House (Fort Logan Campus)



New Genesis

  • 1680 Sherman St., Denver, CO 80203

  • Phone: (303) 831-4910

  • Mens facility is divided into three phases: Orientation Phase, Vocational Phase, and Residential Phase. 



Family Promise of Colorado Springs

  • 519 N Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 329-1244

  • This program uses the InterFaith Hospitality Network. Families are placed with hosts- Host congregations provide lodging, three meals daily and welcoming care. Hosting services rotate weekly among the host communities within the Interfaith Hospitality Network.During the day, guest families use our Family Day House from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM where our staff provides professional case management services for them. At the house families pursue employment and affordable housing, tend to preschool children, shower, and do laundry. The center provides our guests with a phone, mailing address, and base for housing and employment searches. Some guests are employed during the day and older children attend school.



Partners in Housing

  • 455 Gold Pass Heights, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

  • Phone: (719) 473-8890

  • Provides homeless families with children the hope and opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency through supportive services and transitional housing.



Access Housing

  • 6978 Colorado Blvd.,Commerce City, CO 80022

  • Phone: (303) 289-7078

  • The program provides shelter for families with children in on-site private units for up to 90 days. There are eight shelter units.  ACCESS Housing supports the privacy and normalcy that families need to regain their independence. Program services also include case management, food, clothing, personal hygiene products, and household furnishings.  Case Management services focus on creating individualized self-sufficiency plans that aim toward obtaining permanent subsidized housing or low-income rental housing.



Comitis Crisis Center

  • 9840 E 17th Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

  • Phone: (303) 343-9890

  • Offers both a transitional family shelter for 3-6 months of short term shelter or an emergency family shelter for families with children under 18 years old on a nightly basis.  



Almost Home, Inc. 

  • 231 N. Main St., Brighton, CO 80601

  • Phone: (303) 659-6199

  • Provides home to six families. During their stay in our shelter, each family attends weekly case assistance meetings to help establish goals and work towards reestablishing their self-sufficiency.



Family Promise Shelter

  • Phone: (303) 675-0713

  • The Family Promise Shelter Program is a 30 day program that strives to provide more than just shelter. We help families experiencing homelessness cope with their current housing crisis and teach them life-skills that will enable them to return to independent living and self-sufficiency.



Warren Village 

  • 1323 Gilpin Street, Denver, CO 80219

  • Phone: (303) 321-2345

  • Provides safe and affordable housing, parent services and advocacy, early education and childcare. 


Food Banks:

SouthEast Baptist Church 

  • 4393 Airport Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916

  • Phone: (719) 380-7060

  • No proof of income or address needed.  If you're here before 9 am on any Saturday morning, we will give you food.



Care and Share

  • 2605 Preamble Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80915

  • Phone: (719) 528-1247

  • Offers a food pantry along with various programs. Provides food to meal sites and food pantries, children’s nutrition initiative, cooking matters classes, an emergency food assistance program, commodity supplemental food program, zero waste and a supplemental nutrition assistance program. 



Crossfire Ministries

-      2120 E LaSalle St, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

-       Phone: (719) 447-1806


Marian House Soup Kitchen

  • 14 West Bijou Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 475-7314

  • Walk-in hours are Monday through Saturday 10:30AM-1PM and Sunday 8:45AM-10AM. The Marian House Soup Kitchen offers hot, nutritious meals 365 days a year to anyone who comes to our doors, free of charge.  To-go meals are distributed on an as requested basis during meal service as well as after meal service for those who wish to take a portion for their dinner meal. eals consist of an entree, soup most days, several side dishes, a green and fruit salad, bread, and dessert.  Coffee, water, and milk – if available, are offered as well.



Samaritan’s Kitchen

  • 5 W. Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 632-1822 

  • Provides hot food to anyone who is hungry. Serves breakfast starting at 5:45AM with seatings every 30 minutes until 7:45AM. Dinner begins at 4PM, 4:30PM and 5PM. 


Community Food Share

  • 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027 

  • Phone: (303) 652-3663

  • Community Food Share provides direct support to families, seniors, and other individuals who struggle with hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Feeding Families is an onsite pantry that serves children in the free and reduced lunch program, Head Start, and WIC. Families can come once a week to the “choice pantry” to choose fresh produce, milk, grains, and other healthy staples. 



Harvest of Hope Pantry

  • 2960 Valmont Rd., Boulder, CO 80301

  • Phone: (720) 382-1971

  • The pantry is open Monday through Friday, except major holidays, on a walk-in basis. No appointment is necessary. Offers two different areas for pantry shoppers; one for those with kitchen and one for those without kitchens. For those with kitchens, hours at 9-11AM. For those without kitchens, hours at 12-2PM. 


Aurora Day Resource Center

  • 13387 E. 19thPl, Aurora, CO 80010

  • Phone: (303) 343-7808

  • Open daily from 7:30-4:30. Offers housing assistance, employment services, financial literacy classes. Breakfast and lunch are provided. There is a computer lab, clothing, hygiene items, showers, laundry, and sleeping bags. Offers dental, medical and behavioral health services. Provides a job readiness training program. 



St. Francis House

  • 2323 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 297-1576

  • Offers basic services, open through Monday – Friday, 6:10 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturday – Sunday, 6:10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Services provided include showers, phones, mail, storage, clothing, cell phone charging, and meals. 



Christ's Body Ministries

  • 850 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO 80203

  • Phone: (303) 860-1272

  • Breakfast from 10:00 am to 11:15 am. Lunch from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm. Bible study is from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm On Tuesday, haircuts and foot care 11:30 am. – 11:00 am The clothing room is open from 10:00 am. Free showers and one load of laundry are for those on the list at is available. 



Food Banks of the Rockies

  • 10700 E. 45th Avenue, Denver, CO 80239

  • Phone: (303) 371-9250

  • Offers various food programs including a food pantry, kids café, totes of hope, and food boxes for the seniors. 


Metro Caring

  • 1100 E. 18thAvenue, Denver, Colorado 80218

  • Phone: (303) 860-7200

  • We provide nutritious groceries to our hungry neighbors, and also offer comprehensive, wrap-around anti-hunger programming so that families can break the cycle of poverty. Our Fresh-Foods Market is at the heart of Metro Caring's services. In this free grocery store, shoppers can choose from an array of nutritious foods based on their dietary needs and preferences, and leave with a week's supply of groceries, including fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, dairy and lean protein.


Clinic/HIV/STD Testing: 

Hopelight Medical Clinic

  • 1351 Collyer St., Longmont, CO 80501

  • Phone: (303) 776-7117

  • Provides extremely low-cost or free primary care in an outpatient setting. The clinic provides family medicine for all members of the family. 



People’s Medical Center

  • 2525 13th St., Boulder, CO  80304

  • Phone: (303) 650-4460

  • Offers comprehensive medical services, minor surgical procedures, behavioral health services, nutrition services, group visits, case management, full-service pharmacy, dental hygienist for children, and financial screening. Clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8AM (closed for lunch from 1-2PM). 


Mission Medical Home

  • 2125 East LaSalle Street, Colorado Springs CO 80909

  • Phone: (719) 219-3402

  • Mission Medical is a faith based non profit organization that provides free healthcare to uninsured, under-insured, and low income members of the Pikes Peak Region. On site volunteer doctors, optometrists, dentists, mental health providers, diabetes specialists and chaplains offer their services to those in need. The services we offer include primary care, dental, optometry, behavioral health, diabetes care, spiritual care, and the ability to offer over the counter and prescription based pharmaceuticals. 


SET Family Medical Clinic

  • 2864 S. Circle Dr., Suite 450, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906

  • Phone: (719) 776-8850 

  • SET Family Medical Clinics (SET) is the "Safety Net" that fills the gaps in the health care system. SET is a nonprofit medical clinic providing care to the uninsured, under-insured, homeless and Medicaid populations in our community. SET has also joined efforts to help educate, navigate and enroll people into the new health insurance exchange.



Open Bible Medical Clinic

  • 555 E. Costilla Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 475-0972

  • Hours are Tuesday 5-9PM, Thursdays from 10AM-2PM, and Saturdays from 9AM-1PM. OBMC&P is operated by an all volunteer staff of Physicians, P.A.s, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Medical Technicians, Behavior Health Clinicians, Pharmacists, and Pharmacy Techs. Provides services to the low-income uninsured & underinsured population by operating a clinic and  licensed pharmacy that provides lifesaving medications, healthcare advocacy and related educational and preventative health practices services regionally.



Ascending to Health Respite Care

  • 1902 E Boulder St., Colorado Springs, CO 80909

  • Phone: (719) 633-2800

  • Ascending to Health Respite care provides a safe and supportive place for individuals who are homeless to recuperate once ready for release from the hospital. 



St. Francis House 

  • 2323 Curtis Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 297-1576

  • Offers wellness services Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Partners with Stout Street Health Center (SSHC) to provide physician-level care and pharmacy services five days a week at the clinic (located next to the shelter). The clinic features one physician, one nurse practitioner, one physician’s assistant, a pharmacy, as well as offering blood tests, referrals for chest x-rays, MRIs, and other services. A mental health specialist provides counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals for access to medication and for substance treatment programs. Offers licensed acupuncturists trained in NADA’s (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association) 5-point ear acuDetox protocol offer weekly 30 minute sessions that provide relief from stress and addiction cravings. Through a partnership with Liver Health Connection, SFC guests can receive a free and confidential hepatitis C test, and get the results in about 20 minutes. Offered by the University of Colorado College of Nursing. Nursing students offer comprehensive foot care, callus removal, and nail care to guests at SFC.



Denver Rescue Mission 

  • 1130 Park Ave W., Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 294-0157

  • Offers acute medical care, optical care, chiropractic, referrals to other agencies, and dental care for program participants.



Hope Communities

  • 2543 California St, Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 832-3354

  • Health and wellness services include an early education health class, health cooking classes, flu shot clinics, eyeglass clinics, dental and heart health screenings, assistance navigating medical institutions, and an annual community wellness day. 



Stout Street

  • 2130 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 293-2220 

  • The Health Center introduces a unique model of integrated health care targeted to the needs of homeless patients. It fully incorporates patient-centered, trauma-informed medical and behavioral health care, substance treatment services, dental and vision care, social services and supportive housing to more fully address the spectrum of problems homeless adults and children bring to their medical providers.



Domestic Violence Shelter: 

TESSA Safehouse

  • 435 Gold Pass Heights, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

  • Phone: (719) 633-3819

  • Emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors and their children. TESSA's mission is to help women and their children achieve safety and well-being while challenging communities to end sexual and family violence.



Rose Andom Center

  • 1330 Fox Street, Denver, Colorado 80204

  • Phone: (720) 337-4400

  • Services at the Rose Andom Center are available to all victims of domestic violence who are in need of information and help in finding resources, safety, and hope for themselves and their children. Through our partner agencies, a wide range of services are available to help victims choose which services will best assist them in creating a path toward safety. Victims are not required to report their abuse to law enforcement in order to access services. All programs and staff participating at the Rose Andom Center are committed to providing culturally and linguistically responsive services, where victims are respected and empowered to make the best choices for themselves.


Safe House Denver

  • 1649 Downing Street, Denver, Colorado 80218

  • Phone: (303) 318-9989

  • Safe House Denver offers bilingual, supportive services to women and children at a 30-bed emergency shelter, and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. They provide women and children with individual counseling, support groups, legal referral, safety planning and other support necessary to become safer, more confident and more self-sufficient.



Safe House Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)

  • (303) 444-2424

  • SPAN offers support and services that provide healing, hope and opportunity to adults, youth and children.



Arising Hope

  • (303) 280-3180

  • 303-280-3180, leave a message with a safe phone number
    Arising Hope provides a safe place of love, healing and empowerment to victims of domestic violence. Safe emergency shelter and housing; as well as taking pets on a limited basis.



Gateway Domestic Violence Services


Safe Shelter of St. Train Valley

  • (303) 772-4422
    Safe Shelter is a comprehensive system of programs and services to address domestic violence for victims of any gender. They have a 24-hour crisis line and an emergency shelter and provide both individual group counseling and more.



Family Tree Women in Crisis

  • (303) 420-6752 

  • The purpose of Family Tree Women In Crisis is to keep victims safe from domestic violence by providing a 24-hour crisis line, emergency residential facility, safety planning, advocacy, community resources, health care and other supportive services.




Crawford House

  • 415 S. Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 477-1639 

  • The Crawford House program provides safe emergency housing for veterans who are homeless and receiving mental health care, and it provides a temporary structured living environment for veterans in VA-provided substance abuse rehabilitation.Crawford House provides a drug- and alcohol-free structured environment with 24/7 on-site house managers, case management, counseling, training in independent living skills, and job search assistance. It also provides residents with semi-private rooms and bathrooms, three meals every day, snacks, communal kitchen and living areas, laundry facilities and a computer lab.



Homeward Pikes Peak

  • 2010 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs, CO 80909

  • Phone: (719) 473-5557

  • Offers stable and permanent housing as a primary strategy for ending veteran homelessness in our community. We are committed to providing service intensive housing for any Veteran who is struggling with disabilities and homelessness. Veteran specific housing follows the housing first model as previously described.  Veterans and their families who are vulnerable will be provided with permanent housing and supportive services.



Boulder County Veteran’s Services


Comitis Crisis Center (Transitional VA Shelter)

  • 9840 E 17th Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

  • Phone: (303) 341-9160

  • Offers services for single female veterans and male/female veterans with families. Provides meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing. Case management and financial literacy classes are available. 



A.C.T.S Resource Center

  • 3405 Downing Street, Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 477-0006

  • Provides various opportunities including veterans reintegration program, housing, meals, job search assistant, transportation, counselors, life skills, legal assistance, clothing, food bank, financial guidance, and drug or alcohol counseling. 


Substance Abuse: 

Harbor House Clinic

  • 2010 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs, CO 80909

  • Phone: (719) 473-5557

  • Provides a safe place for individuals and families to achieve sobriety and self- sufficiency. Women Specific services include family support: child care assistance, healthy mom and baby classes, encouragement of positive parenting lifestyles, family reunification programs, free counseling for pregnant women with substance use issues; outpatient treatment: substance abuse counseling, relapse prevention, emotional support, self-evaluation, recovery support services; holistic recovery: cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma informed care. 



New Life Program

  • 15 E. Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • Phone: (719) 632-1822

  • Offers a 12 month residential addiction recovery program that helps both men and women with drug and alcohol addictions. It is Christ-centered to promote healing for heart, soul, mind and body. 



Step 13 

  • 2029 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205

  • Phone: (303) 295-7837

  • Step Denver is a men’s residential recovery community that helps low-income men overcome the consequences of addiction and rebuild their lives through sobriety, work, and accountability. The ultimate goal of the Step Denver program is to have its residents transition to safe, sober living environments where they may become productive, contributing members of their communities.

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