Serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program; 24/7 crisis & information hotline is at (303)318-9989
Provides programs for emergency and transitional housing, homelessness prevention that helps pay rent/mortgages, and support for skills development in areas like literacy, parenting and financial budgeting
Ignites the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives; meets youth where they are, on the street, by offering safe conversations, food, hygiene and clothing to stay warm
Provide emergency food for families and individuals who are in need of assistance; facilitates a self shopping food pantry so that clients can choose their own food to sustain a family of five for at least five days
Provide stability, opportunity and a sense of community for the families in crisis; offers numerous charitable services as part of its mission to promote and support healthy families, with an emphasis on children
Provides new and quality used clothing in a boutique setting to Denver area students from low-income or in-crisis families, free of charge; aims for all students to have the clothing they need to feel comfortable, confident and prepared to thrive
Helps clients to become employed, stay employed, achieve promotions and raises, participate in valuable networking and leadership opportunities, strengthen financial literacy, and embrace life-long learning as they move towards economic independence
Simply put — we teach people to solve problems and build relationships. We want families, schools and communities to put themselves at the center of nonviolence. Our programs equip people with skills to navigate conflict productively.