Denver's Road Home works with more than 20 community-based service providers to administer coordinated shelter, outreach, job placement and training, and other services for people who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. The program works across county lines to help coordinate housing and other resources across the seven county Metro area. Between January 2015 and December 2016, Denver's Road Home in coordination with the Metro Denver Homelessness Initiative and community-based services providers have housed 995 people who were homeless and sheltered thousands.
Denver's Road Home is committed to ensuring that every man, woman and child who experiences homelessness in our city has an alternative to living on the streets. The success of Denver’s Road Home is thanks to a collaborative partnership among nonprofits, foundations, businesses, individuals, faith-based community, service providers, and government at all levels. To learn more, read our Year 10 Annual Report or the Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness.
The city’s Commission on Homelessness worked with the city to prevent or end homelessness for more than 7,000 people. Learn more about the Commission’s move to reform into a new Advisory Committee
We’re looking for 20 people with a variety of backgrounds including:
Members will serve a two-year term and will advise the city on issues impacting those without homes in Denver.
Community-based organizations across Denver rely on donations to feed, clothe, shelter and support thousands of people who are experiencing homelessness in Denver.
You can also find volunteer opportunities through the Mile High United Way volunteer events page.
The city of Denver works with a robust network of shelter and service providers to ensure that everyone in need of shelter during severe weather is able to access it. More information on severe weather shelter options for homeless men, women, and children.
The City and County of Denver works with a wide variety of service providers throughout the community who assist people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless to provide needed resources. Download the Denver Shelters and Services Resource Guide to share with your network.
Many people feel compelled to help when they see someone who is homeless or panhandling on the streets. Often times, people give a dollar and wonder where that money might go. Most hope that it helps someone who is experiencing homelessness. Many think it’s the only way to help, but there are programs in place to help you Give a Better Way and know exactly how your donation is helping the homeless.