Data from the Colorado Health Foundation’s annual poll shows concerns over housing increased — just as Denver’s new mayor declares state of emergency over homelessness
Mike Johnston was sworn into office on Monday. The homelessness declaration and plan was his first major action as Denver’s new leader.
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
Recent violent assaults and ongoing problems with passengers engaged in substance misuse, combative behavior, and simple disrespect could chase away riders
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.
The shutdown of Purple Cliffs in La Plata County illuminates a city and county’s struggle to adequately serve its homeless population.
Colorado’s first intergenerational supportive housing complex is a $10 million bet that a community that feels like family will help ease foster kids’ transition to adulthood.
A program pairing mental health clinicians with the rangers who field complaints about camping in parks aims to get people into therapy, if they’re willing
Discussions to address homelessness are needed, but they don’t tell us what mayoral candidates envision for Denver in 20 or 30 years