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"I think that the most Christian thing in the world is to just open your arms to everybody. I really respect the Samaritan House for that."

— Sabrina, resident

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NEW! Samaritan House Women's Shelter — A Safe Place to Sleep...and More

The Samaritan House Women’s Shelter now serves as Denver's largest women's-only shelter, serving the growing number of women in our community who are experiencing homelessness.

Emergency shelter beds are crucial for women, keeping them safe at night instead of left as victims of the street. Often without families or friends to watch for their safety, women face serious danger.

The new facility provides emergency overnight shelter for up to 100 women. But it's more than a roof over people’s heads. It also offers a 29-day transitional program for an additional 50 women -- providing access to health and wellness services and employment options. The goal is to provide protection in mind, body and spirit, for some of the most vulnerable among us.

ENTERPRISE ZONE TAX CREDIT

Make a minimum gift of $250 to Samaritan House Women's Shelter and take a 25% tax credit on your state income taxes.*

Will you help feed, clothe and house the most vulnerable among us?

NEW! Samaritan House Women's Shelter — A Safe Place to Sleep...and More

The Samaritan House Women’s Shelter now serves as Denver's largest women's-only shelter, serving the growing number of women in our community who are experiencing homelessness.

Emergency shelter beds are crucial for women, keeping them safe at night instead of left as victims of the street. Often without families or friends to watch for their safety, women face serious danger.

The new facility provides emergency overnight shelter for up to 100 women. But it's more than a roof over people’s heads. It also offers a 29-day transitional program for an additional 50 women -- providing access to health and wellness services and employment options. The goal is to provide protection in mind, body and spirit, for some of the most vulnerable among us.

The opening of the new Samaritan House Women's Shelter comes at a point in time when safety, security and housing for vulnerable, homeless women is needed more than ever, according to Samaritan House staff and residents alike.

"Our mission is to serve others with the love, mercy and compassion of Jesus Christ," said Catholic Charities President and CEO Larry Smith. "To serve single women who are homeless, we must first give them shelter to protect them from harm on the streets, then be creative in helping them chart a path to stability. By working together, we are changing lives."

ENTERPRISE ZONE TAX CREDIT

Make a minimum gift of $250 to Samaritan House Women's Shelter and take a 25% tax credit on your state income taxes.*

Will you help feed, clothe and house the most vulnerable among us?