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Thank you for your interest in learning more about the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, and its services and impact on the community.

We are occasionally able to accommodate large tour groups (eight or more) with specific time and date requests. Please indicate the date and time your group requires, and a staff member will be in touch to confirm availability.


All visitors must be at least 18 years of age. Minors over the age of 8 are welcome to attend when accompanied by a parent, guardian, or school representative. All student tours require one adult per 6 minors.

This is a walking tour through the 52,000 square foot building. Please be prepared to stand for the entire tour. This building and the tour is handicapped accessible. Firearms are prohibited at the Stout Street Health Center unless required by your profession. In those specific instances, we ask that firearms are concealed carry to meet the philosophy of Coalition services operating in a trauma-informed manner.


Please plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to the tour start time. Attendees arriving after 10 minutes from the tour start time may be asked to reschedule.

To protect the privacy of our patients, pictures and video recordings are prohibited. Tour guides can provide interior and exterior building photos upon request.

Tour requests for properties other than the Stout Street Health Center are at the discretion of the Coalition. Available properties for touring: Renaissance Stout Street Lofts, Renaissance Downtown Lofts (Social Impact Bond), Renaissance North Colorado Station, Renaissance West End Health Center and Lofts, or Fort Lyon (located in La Junta, CO).

The Coalition reserves the right to cancel scheduled tours if attendance is less than eight people.
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*By submitting a tour request, you are acknowledging that you are in agreement with the above terms and conditions. All alternative tour dates must be confirmed by a Coalition representative.

Our Stories

After the death of her child, Jessica lost her job, her home, and couldn’t help but feel that her life was out of control. She found stability through the Coalition’s Family Unification Program, where she could keep her family together, while addressing the loss of her child through regular therapy sessions. - Read More