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Advisory Committee for Housing People Experiencing Homelessness

The Advisory Committee for Housing People Experiencing Homelessness counsels the city on best practices, strategies, and innovations for housing those experiencing homelessness. 


What You Need To Know

The advisory committee is staffed by Denver’s Road Home, which is the city’s program that provides strategy, funding, and coordination around resources for people experiencing homelessness in Denver.

The committee reflects the broad range of people impacted by and working with people experiencing homelessness. One-third of the committee is composed of advocates and people with lived experiences with homelessness. The remainder of the committee is made up of providers and regional, business, and interfaith representatives.

Current Board Members

The members of the Advisory Committee for Housing People Experiencing Homelessness are:

Advocates/Lived Experience of Homelessness:

  • Ilyas El-Amin, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
  • Cuicatl Montoya, Peer Navigator, Denver Public Library
  • Randle Loeb, Chaplain, Unitarian Church of Denver
  • Billie Bramhall, President, Bramhall & Associates
  • Brandi Raney, Financial Service Representative, Aurora Federal Credit Union

Service Providers:

  • Clayton Gonzales, Director for Programs, Urban Peak
  • Michael Sinnett, VP, Shelters and Community Outreach, Catholic Charities
  • Dwayne Meeks, Resident Services Coordinator/Case Manager, Mercy Housing, Inc.
  • Caroline Barajas, Social Worker, Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Brad Meuli, Denver Rescue Mission


  • Will Connelly, Metro Denver Homeless Initiative
  • Haroun Cowans, CEO and Executive Director, IEG, Inc.
  • Indya Clark, Aurora Housing Authority
  • Sara Baris, Enrollment, DPS
  • Maria Sierra, Mile High Ministries

Learn More

For more information about the Advisory Committee for Housing People Experiencing Homelessness, call Denver's Road Home at 720-944-2508.


You May Also Find Helpful



Homeless Help assists people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless to provide needed resources and services.


Access information on Emergency Shelter services in Denver.


Download our Housing Resource Guide [PDF] of services and solutions available by region.


Find a complete list of shelters and supportive services in Denver.



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Denver, CO 80204


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