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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.

Rehabilitation

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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“All throughout my life, whenever I was comfortable, I wasn’t making progress… The one thing I’m trying to base my life around now is being uncomfortable for the right reasons.”

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It was a frigid winter’s day. Tiffany was waiting at a bus station near Smith Road with her two-year-old son, Quincy, nestled under her coat. She was shivering from the rain that had turned into snow and felt like she was on the verge of getting frostbite…

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Homelessness is surrounded by many myths and half-truths, but to really understand the issues around homelessness, its causes and real solutions, we have to overcome some common myths like these.

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Lend your hands and heart to help homeless neighbors.

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Our Impact

Meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need

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773,717


Meals Provided

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415,091


Nights of Shelter

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102


New Life Program Graduates

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126


Families Moved Into Permanent Housing

Check out our 2019 Annual Report to learn more about the impact you had last year.

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