Homeless Shelters/ Resources

Friends of St. Andrew Hospitality Center

Friends of St. Andrew is a day shelter where homeless individuals and families can get out of the elements, enjoy a hot lunch, take advantage of the food bank, receive help with job searches, have an address so as to receive personal mail and more..

  • 1525 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO 80010

  • 303-364-2329

Colfax Community Network

The mission of Colfax Community Network (CCN) to advocate for and work on behalf of families and children residing in low-income transient housing (primarily residential motels) along Colfax Avenue. By providing information, services, and programs, we strengthen and improve family and community life.

  • 1585 Kingston St, Aurora, CO, 80010

  • 303-360-9175

Interfaith Community Services    

Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) provides basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income family members, using community resources. IFCS fosters self-sufficiency and respects the dignity of each client, serving the people of Centennial, Englewood, Glendale, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan, and unincorporated Arapahoe County.

  • 1553 Clinton St. Aurora, Colorado

  • 303-360-0260

Warms The Night

Clothing, especially warm clothing such as hat, boots, gloves, or a scarf, free food, meals, medical care and more for homeless in Arapahoe County.

  • 1544 Elmira St. Aurora, CO, 80010

  • 303-361-6905

Housing Assistance


The mission is to help homeless families in the Denver metro area, regain independence, self-sufficiency and permanent housing through a comprehensive continuum of care and collaboration with community partners.

  • 6978 Colorado Blvd, Commerce City, CO 80022

  • (303) 289-7078

Denver's Road Home

Together we have the ability to move people off the streets for good. To change people’s lives for the better. By coming together as a community, we can make these goals a reality.

  • 1200 Federal Boulevard Denver, Colorado 80204

  • (720) 944-2508


We offer low-income individuals and families in greater Denver a bridge to cross as they work towards a better future. We believe that affordable housing is vital, but not the sole solution, to breaking the cycle of poverty. That is why Hope Communities is more than affordable housing; our holistic approach helps these hardworking individuals work towards achieving all of their dreams.

  • 2543 California Street Denver, CO 80205

  • (303) 860-7747


Rocky Mountain Housing Development Corporation (Rocky Mountain HDC) is a faith-based, nonprofit that provides quality affordable housing for low-to-moderate income families. While our buildings provide a roof over the heads of more than 250 families in Metro Denver, our Family Services provide supportive services to help families change their lives.

  • 142 West 5th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204

  • (303) 561-0226


Providence Network is a 501(c)3 Denver faith-based, urban transformational housing organization that helps men, women and families heal from addictions, abuse and homelessness to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community.

  • 801 Logan Street, Denver, CO 80203

  • (303) 860-8404


Mercy Housing is working to create a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential. We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods and stabilize lives.

  • 1999 Broadway St #1000, Denver, CO 80202

  • (303) 830-3300


It is the policy of South Metro Housing Options to comply fully with all federal, state and local nondiscrimination laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations governing Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. Various resident programs, including awarding college and vocational scholarships, the Sneaker Fund, Perfect Attendance celebrations, and Pack the Backpacks are housing authority annual events

  • 5745 S Bannock Street, CO 80120

  • (303) 794-9608


Warren Village exists to help low income single parent families achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency—and to sustain it. Single parents living at Warren Village are dedicated to improving their lives and creating a better future for their children and themselves. Residence at Warren Village is not an entitlement but rather a privilege, earned by progress toward specific personal and economic self-sufficiency goals.

  • 1323 Gilpin St, Denver, CO 80218

  • (303) 321-2345

Autism Housing Network

Despite the ever-increasing waitlists, inadequate housing options, and lack of lifelong opportunities, there is a movement of sustainable, high quality, residential choices emerging. Hundreds of everyday people across the country are taking the future into their own hands and creating amazing futures for adults with autism and others with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). They have the largest database of user-generated resources and residential opportunities while fostering a supportive and encouraging online community.

  • (240) 246-7140

Home Ownership

The Hero Alliance

A nonprofit organization that provides home ownership assistance and resources for persons with disabilities in Colorado. 

  • 11177 W 8th Ave, Lakewood, CO 80215

  • (720) 941-8901

Home Ownership Opportunity Alliance

The Home Ownership Opportunity Alliance is leading a bipartisan effort at the Capitol to ensure that attainable housing is once again built in Colorado.

  • 309 Inverness Way S., Englewood, CO 80112