With the support of our community, we create lasting change in the lives of homeless men, women and children in Denver.

Here’s How.

Emergency Services

People are invited inside, off the street, where their immediate needs are met and critical relationships are built with Mission staff.


Men living with an addiction are equipped with work readiness skills, receive help to overcome destructive habits, find permanent housing, and begin a new life.

Community Outreach

People struggling in our community receive assistance with food, clothing, furniture, household items and holiday meals.

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“I know my blessings have come from God. I wouldn’t have this place if it weren’t for me praying consistently every day. My faith has grown tremendously.”

Read Derricsa’s Story
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“You don’t give up on us. And I just thank you from my heart—from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. When I first came here, I didn’t think I had another day in me, but [DRM has] given me more than a day. I have all my life.”

Read Michael’s Story
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“When I started [at the Mission], I was not in the right state of mind. Since being [here], I’m ready to go back to work and actually function.”

Read Evans’ Story
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“When you end up homeless, you feel like you lose the rights to celebrate because there’s really nothing to celebrate. Having the home-cooked food here and the gifts, it gives us a sense of normality.”

Read Nicole’s Story

Take Action

Lend your hands and heart to help homeless neighbors.

Join Pathways of Hope and make a monthly difference.

Our Impact

Meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need

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Meals Provided

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Nights of Shelter

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New Life Program Graduates

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Families Moved Into Permanent Housing

Check out our 2021 Annual Report to learn more
about the impact you had last year.

Hope Starts With You
Give now to help men, women and children overcome homelessness and find a path to better lives.

The Latest

Brad Meuli

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Mission in My Words: Joe and Kellie Isaac

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Joe & Kellie Isaac Joe and Kellie are 18-year “natives” of Joe is a central nuclear pharmacy manager and Kellie works in software and They love to spend time outside with their pups or in t…
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Homeless & Employed

Stories of Changed Lives
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Erin has always made sure her daughter, Jordan, and son, Allen, had two things: a roof over their heads and food to eat. But there was one night when she wasn’t sure she’d be able to…