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For the past thirty years, homeless families and individuals have turned to the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless to help them end their homelessness. Through a combination of integrated health care, housing, employment, and supportive services, we have helped tens of thousands leave the streets and shelters behind for new homes and opportunities.

We are the lasting solution to homelessness. 


Our integrated housing approach combines high-quality housing for homeless families with affordable homes for individuals and families with lower incomes.

The Health Center provides a unique model of integrated healthcare targeted to the needs of homeless patients, offering care all in one place through one care team.

Providing individualized support services for families and individuals as needed, in order to create a stable environment and to keep those that were once homeless in housing. 

Be informed and help raise awareness of local, state, and national responses to homelessness.

The Coalition’s Family Support Services Program provides a wide range of critical services to homeless and at-risk families and children.

The Community Resources and PATH programs assist homeless adults, without children, in accessing the resources needed to end their homelessness.

The Coalition responds to the unique needs of homeless veterans through its permanent supportive housing programs and employment services. 

Weekly Native American Talking Circles are considered a sacred space where Natives can share information confidentially to promote healing in their lives.

The Coalition's Rural Initiatives Program is a collaboration currently uniting 14 homeless service providers. Together they operate 12 transitional housing programs, one permanent supportive housing program and one supportive services program. 

Our Stories

A woman is assaulted or beaten every 9 seconds in the United States. Across the country, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have suffered physical abuse at the hands of an intimate partner. In Colorado, domestic violence programs are overburdened and under resourced—163 victims were turned away in 2014 due to lack of resources. - Read More