Transitional Housing Programs

The list below is a statewide directory of transitional housing programs that we've personally verified for people with a criminal history. You can also try calling 211 and talk to an operator.

You may want to look on transitionalhousing.org. Operators are at 800-334-8893. Ask for information for your area. We can't personally vouch for them but they could be worth a call. Click below for their website, which has a statewide list of transitional housing programs.


Please remember you will need to be persistent. Also, you could trying working with a case manager through a day or emergency shelter. See our list of emergency shelters for location information.

Arvada

Oxford House Arvada
9702 W 67th Place, Arvada CO 80004 Map
720-328-8704 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Independence
5319 Independence Street, Arvada CO 80002 Map
303-955-7067 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Aurora

Carla Vista Sober Living Home
call for locations in Aurora
480-612-0296 / M-F: 8am-5pm and after hours
They have seven houses for men and three houses for women in Aurora. Group homes in safe neighborhoods. Must be committed to clean and sober living. Require each resident to maintain either a full-time job, attend school or do community service. Call for more information.
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Inside/Out, A Community Re-Entry Place
14221 E 4th Avenue, Suite 330, Aurora CO 80011 Map
720-207-5041 / M-F: 10am - 6pm
Serves single men and women. Provides low-income shared housing for people coming out of jail and prison. Cost is $140 week/$275 two weeks/$550 month. Offers help with getting ID docs, applying for assistance, connecting to resources, ministry, employment connections, and support system community. Many of staff are formerly incarcerated/recovering. 
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Oxford House Andes
3704 S Andes Way, Aurora CO 80013 Map
303-953-8990 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Chambers
15604 E 13th Avenue, Aurora CO 80011 Map
303-856-3744 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Del Mar
446 Oswego Street, Aurora CO 80010 Map
303-537-4484 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Galena, North
1726 Galena Street, Aurora CO 80010 Map
720-410-2981 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Kenton
1488 S Kenton Street, Aurora CO 80012 Map
720-535-8363 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Marley
1100 Kingston Street, Aurora CO 80010 Map
720-287-0377 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Sable
13806 E 25th Place, Aurora CO 80011Map
303-537-5631 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Sobriety First Sober Living
call for locations in Aurora CO 303-437-0044 / call any time
FIve houses for men and three houses for women. Provides affordable clean homes with structured environment for men and women. Strictly alcohol and drug free. Peer group recovery support for people who want to sustain sobriety.
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Soul Repo Sober Living
3222 S. Norfolk Way, Aurora CO 80014 Map
720-951-2142 / M-F: 9am-9pm
For men. Sober living transitional housing with life skills. 12-step home, geared toward career development. Shared rooms. Call for info about openings and cost.
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Boulder

Ready to Work House
4747 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder CO 80305 Map
303-442-8300 / M-F: 9am - 5pm
Ready to Work is a transitional employment and housing program sponsored by Bridge House Resource Center. It provides single homeless adults with housing (dorm style) and employment for up to one year. The program has 44 spots and helps people with a criminal record and history of substance abuse. Must start with a 2-4 week internship before accepted into the program. Talk to a case manager at Bridge House Resource Center at the Annex or the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. The program can't accept anyone with a sex offense or arson charge.
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Colorado Springs

Alano House Sober Living House
Call for locations in Colorado Springs
719-520-1732 / M-F: 8am-7pm, best to call mid-afternoon
Alano House has two houses for men and one house for women in the Springs. Family environment, requires 12-step meetings, zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol. See the website for more info.
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Carla Vista Sober Living Home
call for location in Colorado Springs
480-612-0296 / M-F: 8am-5pm and after hours
Group home for men in a safe neighborhood. Must be committed to clean and sober living. Require each resident to maintain either a full-time job, attend school or do community service. Call for more information.
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Colorado Springs Rescue Mission New Life program
15 E Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs CO 80903 Map
719-632-1822 / M-F: 9am-4pm
This is a Christ-centered residential program for men struggling with drug and alcohol addiction that lasts for 10-17 months. You can fill out an application at the address above. You can also call and ask for more information.
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Crawford House
415 S Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Map
719.473.8150 / M-F 8am - 4pm
Transitional housing programs for veterans. You must apply through the Floyd Lindstrom Clinic at 3141 Centennial Blvd. Provides 30-day sustance abuse program, 90-day short-term housing with job search help, and two transitional houses with private rooms $345 month. They can't take anyone with a violent or sex offense. Must have other than honorable discharge. Drug and alcohol free.
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Harbor House
606 S Tejon Street, Colorado Springs CO 80903 Map
719-473-5557 / M-F: 8am-4pm
Provides a residential recovery program for people who are homeless and battling addiction issues. Must be motivated to succeed. Up to 18 months. Case management and help with education and employment. Call for intake information.
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Oxford House Acacia
1311 Acacia Drive, Colorado Springs CO 80907 Map
719-354-4897 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women with children. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Animus
1010 N Murray Blvd, Colorado Springs CO 80915 Map
719-896-4535 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Colorado Springs
2213 Greenwich Circle W, Colorado Springs CO 80909 Map
719-203-4082 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Fort Carson
640 Dove Place, Colorado Springs CO 80906 Map
719-313-9125 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Garden of the Gods
1215 Amstel Drive, Colorado Springs CO 80907 Map
719-418-2694 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Murray
1921 Carlton Avenue, Colorado Springs CO 80909 Map
719-344-9463 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House San Miguel
4444 E San Miguel Street, Colorado Springs CO 80915 Map
719-331-7232 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Shenandoah Drive
1710 Shenandoah Drive, Colorado Springs CO 80910 Map
719-358-8649 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women with children. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Commerce City

ACCESS Housing
6978 Colorado Boulevard, Commerce City CO 80022 Map
303-289-7078 / M-F: 9am-2pm
Serves families with dependent children for up to 60 days. Parents must be over 18. Call to see if you qualify. Must have full-time work, be williing to follow strict rules, and case management. Must not use drugs or alcohol.
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Denver

ARC Adult Rehab Center
4751 N Broadway, Denver CO 80216 Map
303-294-0827 / M-F: 7am-4pm
Serves single men with a six-month sobriety program. Run by the Salvation Army and faith-based. Provides housing, therapy, counseling, spiritual guidance, and life skills. The program is free but you are expected to follow the program and gain the skills you need to return to the community and employment. Write to christian.mccoy@usw.salvationarmy.org to apply for the program.
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Charity's House Ministries
3022 Welton Street, Denver CO 80205 Map
303-291-0275 / M-F: 9:30am - 5pm
For homeless men leaving prison or jail. Offers 16 beds close to downtown Denver in either shared houses or apartments. Must be willing to follow rules, work with case manager, and accept random drug testing. Faith-based. Requires that you fill out an application you can download from website or drop by their office. Rents are up to $100 a week, depending upon income. People aren't turned away if they're broke. Can't accept anyone convicted of a violent crime or sex offense. Charity's House Ministries has a long history of helping people who are coming out of prison or jail.
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Chaya House (pronounced Kaya)
located in Denver
303-830-2201 / M-F 7am-5pm
Provides a two-year transitional housing program for women coming out of crisis situation or homelessness and looking for stability. Christ-centered supportive environment. Call for application process and address.
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Denver Rescue Mission's New Life Program for Women at Champa House
2544 Champa Street, Denver CO 80205 Map
303-294-9961 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Serves single women with dependent children. An 18-month residential rehabilitation program for people struggling with drug/alcohol addiction. Faith-based and free. Offers classes, counseling, bible study, etc. No cell phones or computers. Must not use drugs or alcohol and have 90 days of sobriety before entering program. You need to work with a case manager. Call to ask about current wait list.
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Ester House
located in Denver
303-830-2201 / M-F: 7am-5pm
Provides transitional housing program for women coming out of the sex trade. Christ-centered supportive environment. Call for application process and address.
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Family Homestead
located in Denver 80205
303-623-6514 / M-F: 8am-4:30pm
Provides temporary housing for single and two-parent families with children. Must have at least one child in the houselhold under 18. May stay up to six months in an apartment. Must be involved in work or educational activies. Provides case management. Call to apply.
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Family Promise of Greater Denver
located in Denver
303-675-0713 / 7days a week 9am-5pm
Serves single or two-parent families with children under 18. Offers 30-90 day program with shelter and case management for free. Call to see if your family qualifies. This is followed by a face-to-face interview. Housing is provided by area congregations that rotate every week. Must be willing to work, employed, or going to school, and willing to work with case manager. They prioritize folks who have a CO ID, SS card, and birth certificate for children or who are working toward getting these documents. Can't accept anyone with a violent conviction or child abuse conviction, except could be case-by-case if several years have passed. Offers help getting employment through case manager and housing connections. They list vacancies on 211 every morning so be sure to call 211 if you’re looking for this type of temporary housing.
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Father Ed Judy House
4024 S Newton Street, Building K-E Denver CO 80236 Map
720.799.9400 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Serves homeless women with children. Offers case management, GED classes, life skills classes. Must not use drugs or alcohol. No fees. Must get referral from a community agency to get on their list. Ask a case manager at an emergency shelter to see if you can get referred. Prefer people who have been working with a case manager for at least one month.
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HarborLIght Center
2136 Champa, Denver CO 80205 Map
720-305-5670 / M-F: 8am - 2:30pm
Serves single men with a program run by the Salvation Army. Provides housing, case management, job readiness classes, and life skills classes. Dual treatment sobriety program for men. Must have 30 days of sobriety prior to starting program. Call and talk to intake coordinator at Harbor Light or drop by the front desk. Program is 180 days. You must be committed to going through the program. It is free, but there are expectations and you will need to get a job after you've graduated six months of the program.
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Joshua Station
2330 W Mulberry Place, Denver CO 80204 Map
720-377-1103 / M-F: 8:30am-9pm, weekends 10am-8pm
Long-term transitional housing (two-years) for single or two-parent families. You must have a steady source of income, such as a job, disability, TANF, child support, etc. Can't accept anyone with a violent offense or sex offense. Sober living environment. Must work with case management and accept expections. Call to learn more about eligibility and orientation.
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Joy House
located in Denver
303-860-8408 / M-F: 7am-5pm
Provides a two-year transitional housing program for single mothers or women without children. Christ-centered supportive environment. Call for application process and address.
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New Life Program in Denver for Men
6090 Smith Road, Denver CO 80216 Map
303-953-3900 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Serves single men. An 18-month residential rehabilitation program for people struggling with drug/alcohol addiction. Faith-based and free. Offers classes, counseling, bible study, etc. No cell phones or computers. You need to work with a case manager. Call to ask about current wait list.
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Oxford House Evans Avenue
2319 S Perry Street, Denver CO 80219 Map
303-248-3567 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Kalamath
4105 Kalamath Street, Denver CO 80211 Map
303-975-6059 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Osceola
180 Osceola Street, Denver CO 80219 Map
303-284-9298 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Welby
8510 Rainbow Avenue, Denver CO 80229 Map
720-479-8392 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Providence House
801 Logan Street, Denver CO 80203 Map
303-860-8404 / M-F: 7am-5pm
Transitional housing for single men and women. Provides 18-month program for people battling substance abuse and recovering from addiction, physical and mental disabilities, or coming out homelessness. Faith-based. Call number above for orientation information.
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Samaritan House Extended Stay Program
2301 Lawrence Street, Denver CO 80205 Map
303-294-0241 / 7days: 6am-10pm
For single men, women, and families. 120 day program to help you get self-sufficient. To qualify, you must be willing to work or able to apply for benefits, saving 80% of income, seeking long-term housing, and working with a case manager. Must be clean and sober. Weekly chores expected. Provides classes such as life skills and addictions. Free. To enroll, ask to speak to a case manager at Samaritan House or ask about the lottery system for men, women, and families. Can't take anyone with a current violent offense, sex offense or arson offense.
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STAR Transitional Program
6090 Smith Road, Denver CO 80216 Map
303-953-3900 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Provides housing for single men and women, and families in a motel-style facility. There is a program fee required. Some kind of income required: Social Security, disability, employment, etc. Goal is to help you stabilize through classes and get into permanent housing. Case management and youth programming for families.
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Step Denver
2029 Larimer Street Denver CO 80205 Map
303-295-7837 / M-Th: 8am-noon
Residential 12-step addictions recovery program for men. Offers sobriety programs, employment training and placement, life skills classes, and voluntary spiritual program. Must pass UA and BA testing and be committed to being sober. Same day intake. Can't take anyone convicted of violent offense or sex offense. No open court cases or active warrants.
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Street's Hope
PO Box 19416, Denver CO 80219
303-433-2712 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Housing and services for women leaving sex trafficking/industry. Potential clients need to contact admissions team and complete application available online. Nonresidential program also available. Call or write for more information.
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The Haven House and The Haven Mother's House
3630 W Princeton Circle, Denver CO 80236 Map
303-734-5000 / M-F: 8am-4pm
The Haven House provides long-term residential programs for women struggling with chronic substance abuse issues. The Haven Mother's House is for women who are pregnant or with an infant. Run by Addiction Research and Treatment Services. You can call the number collect if you're incarcerated.
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The Lighthouse Open Door Ministries
PO Box 18018, Denver CO 80218
303-830-2201
Provides two year discipleship probram for single men coming out of homelessness and/or struggling with addiction. Must be willing to be sober, find a job, pay rent, and be an active member of the community. To apply and learn more, email MatthewCannon@lighthouseodm@yahoo.com.
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Treasure House
located in Denver
303-830-2201 / M-F: 7am-5pm
Provides transitional housing program for pregnant women and single mothers with children. Program ranges from three months to two years. Can accept children up to three years of age with the mother. Helps to stabilizing your life in a Christ-centered supportive environment. Call for application process and address.
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Tribe Sober Living and Reentry
3206 Osage Street, Denver CO 80211 Map
720-951-2142 / M-F: 9am-9pm
For men. Unique situation with one and two-bedroom apartments. 12-step based, geared toward career development. Shared rooms. Call for info about openings and cost.
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Victory Outreach for Women
located in Denver CO
720-291-8649 / M-F: any time
Recovery home for women who are strugging with substance abuse. Faith-based with a holistic approach. One-year recovery program. Call for more information.,
Free.
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Volunteers of America Back Home
1247 Santa Fe Drive, Denver CO 80204 Map
720-501-3368 / M-F: 8am-4pm
For military veterans who are homeless and looking for permanent housng. Call to see if you're eligible, which includes your income is below $28K, other than dishonorable discharge, served at least one day of active duty service, homeless (living with friends is NOT considered homeless for this program), etc. Offers case management to help you get into a secure apartment with a lease.

Volunteers of America Irving Street Women's Residence
601 S Irving Street, Denver CO 80219 Map
303-934-9501 / M-F: 24/7
For chronically homeless women who are disabled or have mental health issues. You must be referred by a community agency such as psychiatrist, parole officer, probation officer, department of human services, mental health provider, etc. Provides home-like place to live with daily activities, meals, case management, and counseling.
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Englewood

House of Hope
3301 S Grant Street, Englewood CO 80113 Map
303-762-9525 / M-F: open 24 hours, 7 days a week
Serves adult women and their children for up to 90-day stay. Offers case management and help with resources. Must not use drugs and alcohol. Run by The Family Tree.
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Firestone

Oxford House Firestone
5984 Stagecoach Avenue, Firestone CO 80504 Map
720-491-3642 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Fort Collins

Catholic Charities The Mission Homeless Shelter
460 Linden Center Dr, Fort Collins CO 80524 Map
970-484-5010 / M-F: 8:30am-5pm
The Mission provides temporary housing for men and women with 120-day program requirement. Employment and life skills classes are offered with case managment. Hot meals, laundry, bus passes, and funds for birth certificates. Can't accept anyone with a sex offense.
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Oxford House Mountain View
2300 Plains Court, Fort Collins CO 80521 Map
970-449-9788 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Steps to Success at Fort Collins Rescue Mission
316 Jefferson Street, Fort Collins CO 80524 Map
970-224-4302 / M-F: 9am-5pm, Sat: 9am-1pm
Serves men and women. A residential program of 3-10 months for people at Fort Collins Rescue Mission. You must be willing to stay drug and alcohol free and address your causes of homelessness. Program has classes to help with life skills, job search, and re-entry. Free and faith-based. Talk to a case manager at Fort Collins Rescue Mission if you're interested. Currently has a wait list of 1-2 months. You're expected to be employed and saving money for renting in the future.
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Volunteers of America Back Home
740 Gunnison Avenue,  Fort Collins CO 81501 Map
970-644-5220 / M-F: 8am-4pm
For military veterans who are homeless and looking for permanent housing. Call to see if you're eligible.
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Greeley

Oxford House Miller
1414 32nd Avenue, Greeley CO 80634 Map
970-515-6364 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Union
1402 10th Avenue, Greeley CO 80631 Map
970-702-2182 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Lakewood

Oxford House Alameda
810 S Taft Street, Lakewood CO 80226 Map
303-988-7541 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Green Mountain
11900 W Alameda Avenue, Lakewood CO 80228 Map
720-541-7017 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Littleton

A Future and a Hope
PO Box 2922, Littleton, CO 80161
303-916-1164 / M-F: 8am-5pm
Provides private and shared rooms in separate locations for men and women. Not for couples or families. Faith-based. Write or call for addresses. Reasonable rent. Must be on parole.

Arapahoe House
call for location in Littleton CO
303-657-3700 / M-Sat: 8am-7pm
Transitional residential treatment for women in Littleton struggling with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health problems. Call for more information about eligibility.
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Mary's Hope Sober House
call for location in Littleton CO
720-473-7107 / M-F: 8am-5pm
Transitional housing for men and women in Littleton and Lakewood. Peer-supported program with house coordinators. $550 month covers everything except food. Call for more information. Applications can be filled out online on their website below.
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Oxford House Apache
6615 S Apache Drive, Littleton CO 80210 Map
720-583-0885 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Littleton
310 E Geddes Avenue, Littleton CO 80122 Map
720-502-5263 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Washington Street
7112 S Washington Street, Littleton CO 80122 Map
720-381-6433 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For women. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Longmont

Oxford House Longmont
136 Dawson Place, Longmont CO 80504 Map
303-834-8805 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Loveland

Oxford House Cleveland Avenue
1624 Cleveland Avenue, Loveland CO 80538 Map
970-800-3147 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Oxford House Loveland
2241 Albany Court, Loveland CO 80538 Map
970-800-3881 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Pueblo

Christlife Ministries
1211 N Main Street, Pueblo CO 81003 Map
719-647-9235 / M-Th: 8:30am-4pm F: 8:30am-noon
Serves single men and women. Provides shared living in apartments and houses at a cost of @$450 month. Also provides employment program, classes on life skills, parenting, counseling, computer lab, substance abuse support, domestic violoence classes, Parents on a Mission parenting class, and acu-detox. Faith-based but open to all.
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Thornton

Oxford House Thornton
11042 Clermont Drive, Thornton CO 80233 Map
720-379-6175 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Wellington

New Life Program at Harvest Farm
4240 E County Road 66, Wellington CO Map
80549 970-568-9803 / M-F: 9am-5pm
Serves single men. An 18-month residential rehabilitation program for people struggling with drug/alcohol addiction. Faith-based and free. Farm-based: you will live in Wellington and work on the farm while you take classes, counseling, bible study, etc. No cell phones or computers. You need to work with a case manager. Call to ask about current wait list.
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Westminster

Legacy Grace
Call for location in Westminster CO 303-815-4914 / call any time
Provides Crawl, Walk, Run Housing program, a sober living community for the working man. Provides help with employment, financial literacy, substance use disorder, and case management. $150/week for private room. Residents required to attend weekly meeting/class. To apply, stop by the Miracle Street Gallery at 7001 West Colfax Lakewood, CO 80214, Wed - Sat from 12PM - 4PM.
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Oxford House Pecos
1240 West 72nd Avenue, Westminster CO 80221 Map
303-993-6498 / may need to be be persistent and call several times
For men. Oxford houses are self-run and self-supported by residents. There is no time limit on your stay provided you don't use drugs or alcohol, aren't disruptive to the house, and pay rent on time. Houses are owned by local landlords who rent their property directly to the Oxford House residents. Call the number above for information about vacancies. You can also look on the Oxford House website for more information.
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Wheat Ridge

Family Tree Housing & Family Services
3805 Marshall Street, Wheat Ridge CO 80033 Map
303-467-2604 / M-F: 9am-4pm 
Serves single men and women, families, and youth. Offers permanent housing and transitional housing programs for people who are homeless. The service is free and they offer a housing subsidy, case management, and connections to other resources. You can call, write, or walk in to ask for help. If you can visit in person, this may be best because their phone lines are very busy. Family Tree helps people in the seven Denver metro counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson. They know of "felon-friendly" landlords so may be able to help you find a place to rent if you don't qualify for their housing programs.
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