It’s not just a place to sleep.
We provide a temporary home, a place for new beginnings.
Each of our residents is matched with a case manager who helps him/her navigate our 120-day Levels Program. Each resident commits to goals that will help them obtain stable income and housing.
We supply about 25% of the shelter housing available to families in the Denver area.
120-Day Levels Program Requirements
- Attend “Employment” and “Life Skills” class series
- Attend “Housing” and “Money Management” class series
- Regularly submit “Job Search” and “Housing Search” logs
- Regularly deposit earnings into a supervised, personal housing fund
- Meet regularly with Case Manager
Our Transitional Shelter Accommodations
- Men’s Dorm with 126 beds
- Women’s Dorm with 48 beds
- 21 Family Rooms, for up to 75 children
- Overflow space for 200, additional women
Special Programs for Special Needs
We offer special programs that cater to the needs of families, singles, and veterans including:
- Individualized plans and treatment programs
- An employment center with computers and internet
- Faith-based classes
- Individual and family counseling (in coordination with our Regina Caeli Clinical Counseling)
- Parent-child connection groups
- School enrollment assistance
- On-site health care clinic
- Assistance securing benefits
- Dental assistance onsite for those who qualify, once a month
- Legal aid
- Transportation assistance on a limited basis for those seeking work
- Motel vouchers and food stamps on-site for those who qualify
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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.