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Samaritan House is an extended-stay program providing shelter, meals, and client-centered case management to support our participants on their journey to stable housing; addressing barriers and acquiring skills for self-sufficiency along the way.
Samaritan House Programs
Client Services for Single Women
An extended-stay, person-centered program administered through trauma-informed care to support, celebrate, and empower women. We foster personal growth by providing supportive services like case management, goal setting, holistic wellness, employment readiness, financial and life skills classes as well as referrals to community resources.
Client Servies for women is a referral-based program serving women 18 years and older in a sober living environment for up to 6-9 months. This is community living in a newly renovated dorm that includes 126 beds and updated restrooms.
Family Services Program
Families are eligible to stay up to 180 days, with extensions made on a case-by-case basis. Family services takes a holistic and whole-family approach to support efforts like: searching for a job, applying for benefits, enrolling in primary health care, connecting to mental wellness services, seeking out childcare or enrolling children in school, and navigating the housing market.
- Sober living facility
- 25 family rooms with community bathrooms
- Warm meals on site
- Playroom, teen room, clothing room, computer lab
- Weekly case management, educational workshops, children’s programming, resource navigation
- Opportunity to meet with SSI lawyers, legal aid, and therapists onsite
- Safe and respectful environment
Veteran Services Program
The VA program is host to the VA Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program. All referrals come through the VA Healthcare for the Homeless Veterans Walk-in Clinic. Veterans are welcome to stay in one of 36 beds in dormitory-style, community living for up to two years given they agree with shelter policies, engage in case management, secure income, and maintain savings. The program works closely with the VA and other community providers to ensure that Veterans have access to housing that is affordable and meets their needs.
Women’s Emergency Services
Provides emergency shelter and meals for women in metro Denver 365 days per year.
Those looking for low-barrier, emergency services should come to Samaritan House at 2301 Lawrence Street in downtown Denver at 5pm nightly or Samaritan House 48th, 4330 48th Avenue by 8pm nighty to be matched to a facility that best meets their needs.
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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.