Help in Denver Colorado
 

Homeless Women's Shelters

Some homeless shelters in Denver, Colorado, are for homeless women and/or homeless women with children. Many provide more than just shelters. You can often get warm meals as well as other services too. Below is a list of some homeless women's shelters in Denver, CO. Call each shelter for more information before going. 

Emergency Shelter - Sacred Heart House
2844 Lawrence St
Denver, CO, 80205
(303) 296-6686

Provides short-term emergency housing, meals, clothing, and case management for mothers with children and single women. Also provides referrals for housing, education/job training, child care, and health care.

Samaritan House - Catholic Charities
2301 Lawrence St
Denver, CO, 80205
(303) 294-0241

Provides emergency shelter to homeless individuals, (who are 21 years and older, unless pregnant or has a child) and families.

Brandon Center for Women and Children - Volunteers of America
(303) 620-9190

Provides an emergency shelter (including three meals per day) for:

  • homeless single women
  • homeless women with children
  • female victims of battering/rape
  • women with disabilities

Transitional Housing (Champa House) - Denver Rescue Mission
(303) 294-9961

Champa House is a long-term (12 - 27 months) transitional housing program for single mothers age 18+ or women who are pregnant looking for the skills to reach self-sufficiency.