During the pandemic, the Brighton Housing Authority started new programs to tutor school children and find emergency housing for victims of domestic violence
What one Colorado researcher calls a “habit of silence” can have damaging impacts on older people’s physical and mental health
On a typical day in Colorado, there are about 600 homeless children and 262 homeless young adults ages 18 to 24
City leaders are still trying to understand how and why 120 immigrants came to Denver, but they’ve ruled out the possibility that another state’s governor sent them.
The Colorado Sun’s equity reporter Tatiana Flowers hosted a conversation about Colorado’s Black community regarding the homeownership gap
As protesters demand equal women’s rights and freedom, Iranian students in Colorado are asking — will their government heed the call and will Americans stand in solidarity?
Women account for about 35% of people who are homeless in Mesa County, where the wait for subsidized housing is 3 years.
Data recently reviewed by state lawmakers reinforces findings from a Colorado Sun investigation that found 13% of adoptions of foster children have failed in the last decade — mainly due to behavioral issues
Thirty-seven people were displaced and 16 people lost everything they owned when a fire tore through a city-sanctioned tent community near Denver Health
“Club Q was that safe place for people to come and feel and understand that they are normal, that the way they feel is normal and there are people just like them,” owner Matthew Haynes said