Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Downtown Denver’s hotel industry is struggling. Is it because people don’t want to be in the city center?
Even if a coronavirus vaccine comes, the hotel and convention industry can’t just hit the restart button. The uncertainty of recovery means events are getting canceled through mid-to-late 2021.
Homeless camps in downtown Denver are “out of control” as the pandemic drags on. So what’s the solution?Jennifer Brown Health Primary category in which blog post is published
With state efforts lagging, Springs Rescue Mission invests in “isolation” shelter to slow the spread of coronavirus, protect people experiencing homelessness -- a move that’s “definitely a test of our faith.”
Health officials are encouraging individuals with coronavirus symptoms to get tested and self quarantine. But what happens when you don’t have a home?
A patchwork of housing programs, shelters and eviction prevention efforts are making progress one unit at a time, but advocates say a problem generations in the making needs more aggressive action.
Colorado is set to invest more in affordable housing than ever before. And it nearly spent even more.
The poor have been hit the hardest by Colorado's affordable housing shortage, but the cost crunch extends throughout the middle class and all across the state
It’s the Year of the Renter at the Colorado statehouse, from rent control to less stringent eviction timelines
Several bills are on Colorado Democrats’ agenda to fix what tenants call an imbalance of power, while landlords say too much, too fast could worsen housing crisis
Colorado spends $4.7 million a year helping homeless people rehab from drug and alcohol abuse at Fort Lyon. Is it worth the cost?
Five-year audit of rural campus along the Arkansas River shows mixed results, setting the stage for a major battle in the statehouse over future funding