Colorado is still figuring out how to protect the homeless as Denver shelter reports two coronavirus cases
Two patients at the Stout Street clinic tested positive for COVID-19 and are now recovering in isolation. Homeless advocates worry the state isn’t prepared for an outbreak.
Panhandlers in Denver make an average of $10 per hour, on par with minimum wage. Dogs help, kids not so much.By Jennifer Brown Coloradans Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado wants to ensure coronavirus won’t affect low-income, minority communities disproportionatelyBy Michael Booth Health Primary category in which blog post is published
“Where are we going to go now?” Denver closes park near Capitol, clears homeless camp citing rats, health hazardsBy Jesse Paul News Primary category in which blog post is published
Denver County Judge Johnny C. Barajas cited a decision last year from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that struck down a ban on camping in public places in Boise, Idaho
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.
A haircut, a wound check, a bath for the dog: One-stop Denver delivery of homeless services reveals the depth and breadth of urban transience
More than 1,000 came for jobs, haircuts, housing and lunch
Aspen’s workers are hitting retirement age. And that’s made the resort town’s employee housing program a ticking time bomb.
Aspen is dealing with dueling interests: housing workers and building a community