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Clients of the Samaritan House Women’s Shelter waiting to get inside the shelter during the winter. The housing market is booming. Bad neighborhoods are becoming gentrified, cranes tower over downtown, and trendy restaurants are popping up on street corners. This is the state of Denver in 2017. But take a closer look—not everyone is benefiting…Read More
Samaritan House shelter residents’ art work is displayed at the Sam’s Supper benefit last year. Shelter’s art and music program helps residents find renewed self-worth More than a place for a hot meal and warm bed, Samaritan House shows residents the fine art of dignity. Shelter case manager Eric Johnston launched an art and music…Read More
The following is a story and podcast published by Mile High Sports on July 20, 2017. Listen to the full story about Team Samaritan House here. Reporting by Keilani Porter and Shaye Olander For a dedicated group of cyclists, Ride the Rockies 2017 was more than just an opportunity to travel through the beautiful Rocky…Read More
“I’m Tommy and I’m a cook at Samaritan House shelter. As sous chef (second in command), I oversee cooking dinner for 350 residents—plus I train residents in the new culinary program. I’m grateful to work here. I struggled before I came here. My wife was killed by a drunk driver five years ago. It happened…Read More
Thousands joined for a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and all things green, including the Samaritan House shelter, which proudly walked in the parade held in downtown Denver. “Being a part of the parade was an incredible honor for us as we are a part of the downtown community,” said Mike Malloy, executive director of…Read More
One resident at Samaritan House Women’s Shelter shared her story of struggle and hopes for a reunited family. “The hardest part about being homeless is now. It’s difficult being here on the streets. I’ve been homeless for more than two years. I’m originally from Texas. My own mother had me at 16 years old. I…Read More
One resident at Samaritan House Women’s Shelter shared her story of hope in the midst of poverty and loneliness. “Everybody hits rock bottom at one time in their lives. This is my rock bottom. I’m 31 years old. I had a fiancé once, but he committed suicide. I also had a job at Good…Read More
Thirty years after Samaritan House made history as the first shelter in America built and designed for the homeless, a group of Catholic Charities donors and staff commemorated its years of mercy to the poor. Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of the Archdiocese of Denver celebrated Mass and rededicated the building located in downtown Denver on…Read More
Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver to bless shelter during December 10 event Denver, CO—After 30 years of mercy and compassion to the poor and needy in the Denver community, the historic Samaritan House shelter will rededicate its mission to fighting homelessness. “It’s an important moment for Samaritan House, because we continue to grow and…Read More
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Samaritan House is a ministry operated by Catholic Charities, a 501(c)3. Since 1986, we have helped people secure sufficient food and clothing, the ability to earn a living wage and affordable housing.