Bannock Youth and Family Center offers three unique programs to help homeless youth and families reach self-sufficiency. Participants in Bannock Youth and Family Center programs receive case management services to help support them in their employment, education, independent living, parenting skills and more.
Housing and Emergency Services
housing children, adults and seniors
Every night there are over 8,000 homeless men, women and children in Colorado.
For over 100 years Volunteers of America's Colorado Branch has been providing food, clothing, shelter and numerous programs for Colorado's homeless population. Volunteers of America operates distinct programs offering shelter - from one night's refuge from the streets to long-term programs providing paths to self-sufficiency.
Shelter is a fundamental human need. We recognize there are many reasons an individual or family finds themselves in need of shelter. Our program services are offered for chronically homeless individuals, the mentally ill, low-income families, those who aspire to own their own home one day, women and children seeking refuge from a domestic violence situation, and female veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and more. Our programs offer permanent, temporary and transitional residents with support services designed to foster self-sufficiency.
The Family Motel houses individuals and families experiencing homelessness or emergency situations. The Family Motel works with the Denver Department of Human Services to offer guest a motel atmosphere with a human services flavor.
Brunetti Lofts is a unique 5-year program which is designed to help families and individuals who have successfully completed a transitional housing program move toward home ownership.
Irving Street Women's Residence
The Irving Street Women’s Residence is a residential and support program designed to serve chronically homeless women who are disabled or experience mental health issues.
people received Volunteers of America services in Colorado last year