It’s going to take a wide range of creative solutions to solve the housing crisis. In Denver: 48 new supportive housing units for individuals transitioning from homelessness.
48 dorm-style units for those experiencing homelessness
Located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, the Saint Francis Warren Residences was built inside a former church. The historic property has been converted into 48 dorm-style units for people experiencing homelessness who will benefit from voluntary vocational services and case management.
“We’re fortunate to have community partners like the Saint Francis Center working on many different levels to resolve homelessness,” said HOST Executive Director Britta Fisher. “The Warren Residences will serve as a beacon of hope and stability for many in our community for decades to come.”