A number of organizations collect stuff Coloradans no longer want. Here are a handful that turned it into a business that in turn helps folks who have trouble finding work.
As COVID-19 relief funds and rental assistance end, human service providers say the number of people who are homeless has increased
Six months in, there are not yet concrete results in the yearlong study, but organizers report that the payments have been life altering for some
Evictions both within and beyond the City of Denver could lead to spiking numbers just as a new administration tries to wrap its hands around its biggest challenge
Fort Lewis College’s first-in-state program served 108 students in its inaugural year.
The city appears to equitably provide services, conduct assessments and perform cleanups. But it needs to do more to ensure people have access to their belongings.
Denver has received 1,321 migrants from Central and South America since Dec. 9. That’s in addition to almost 7,000 homeless residents in the metro area.
On a typical day in Colorado, there are about 600 homeless children and 262 homeless young adults ages 18 to 24
The city’s new mayor will need to find a way to mobilize the community with discipline and compassion, rather than looking away
A Colorado Coalition for the Homeless recuperative care center is set to open this fall, attempting to stop the revolving emergency room door.