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Youth and Family Housing and Support

support youth and families in their employment, education, independent living, parenting skills and more


Bannock Youth and Family Center
455 Bannock
Denver, CO 80204
720-217-3884

Bannock Youth and Family Center offers three unique programs to help 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.

Youth and Young Families

The Youth and Young Families program provides case management and permanent housing support for homeless youth and their families. Single males, single male parents, LGBTQ welcome.

Eligibility

  • Between 16-24 years of age
  • Income
  • Vital Documents for all household members
  • Homeless Verification
  • Referral from local shelters and direct service providers

Potential applicants should contact the Youth Services Coordinator at 303-217-3884 ext. 407.

Housing Stabilization

The Housing Stabilization program provides case management and permanent housing support for homeless individuals and families. Single males, single male parents, LGBTQ welcome.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adults or Families 25 years or older
  • Income
  • Vital Documents for all household members
  • Homeless Verification
  • Referral from local shelters and direct service providers

Family Housing Program

The Family Housing Program assists homeless and low income families find housing through the Denver Housing Authority.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Vital Documents for all household members
  • Homeless Verification
  • Referral from collaborating programs
  • Intakes only occur during the spring of each year


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