housing for single men and women
PO Box 2922, Littleton, CO 80161
A Future and a Hope provides private and shared rooms in separate locations for men and women. The housing is not for couples or families. The housing is a privately run faith-based program with reasonable rent. You must be on parole to be eligible. You may call the number listed or write for more information.
housing, sex offense support, sex offenses resource
Advocates for Change is a nonprofit advocacy group formed by families and loved ones of those charged and/or convicted of a sex offense. Long-time volunteer Jerry Frey helps people find housing. You may email Jerry at email@example.com or write him at Jerry Frey, 14040 E. Linvale Place, #407, Aurora CO 80014. You may also call Jerry at the number provided. If possible, try to call during business hours, but Jerry will also try to help folks in an emergency at any time. Leave a message and Jerry will call you back.
sex offense support, sex offenses resource
PO Box 27051, Denver CO 80227
CSOR provides information and support for people convicted of a sexual offense as well as their family members. CSOR provides a wide range of services, from mentoring and support of individuals and families, re-entry help with specific needs such as food, clothing, and flip phones, public education and advocacy, referrals to other agencies, advocacy regarding parole and probation conditions and other situations such as hearings, and much more. CSOR may also be able to help with your search for housing through their contacts. Call or write for more information. You may also email founder Susan Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to check out their website, too!
Connections Prison Ministry, PO Box 64261, Colorado Springs CO 80962
Connections Prison Ministry (CPM) is a faith-based nonprofit ministry with the ultimate purpose of sharing Jesus through relationships with individuals and their families who struggle with incarceration. As relationships are built, CPM offers assistance with resources for employment, transportation, housing, cellphones, clothing, food, basic household supplies, mentorship, counsel and connections to the local church.
Incarcerated men and women in most Colorado prisons can request a “Connections Prison Ministry” application through the facility Chaplain’s office. Family members and friends can also download and print a copy from the website and mail it to an incarcerated person. Completed applications should be mailed to Connections Prison Ministry, PO Box 64261, Colorado Springs CO 80962. It's best if Connections is contacted with an application prior to someone's release from prison. You can click on the PDF button below to open and print the application.
sex offense conviction
His House Ministries is a faith community based on Acts 2: 42. They provide long-term housing for men with or without sex offense convictions. Housing is located in Littleton. It provides shared living, and you must be on probation or parole. It's affordable and very nice. It is NOT transitional. You may write Cherylandassociates@yahoo.com or Elk Hart One, LLC, 10375 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 100, Littleton CO 80124, for more information. You may also call the number below.
housing, men, sex offense
PO Box 441491, Aurora CO 80044
My Father's House has several shared living homes that will accept people with a sex offense conviction. The homes are safe, decent, affordable, and in good neighborhoods near public transportation. They are also fully furnished with everything you need. You may call Jim Blum at the number listed, email him at email@example.com, or write to him at the address provided about admission to one of the homes. The homes cannot accept anyone with a sexually violent predator conviction. My Father's House is also a WAGEES partner and provides housing for people on parole.
residency restrictions, sex offense
List of Cities in Colorado and Restrictions Regarding Sex Offense Registration
If you want to know about residency restrictions for people who must register for a sex offense, it's recommended to always call the local police to verify the law for that jurisdiction. That said, this blog post from Colorado Legal Defense Group is a helpful place to start.
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