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If you, or someone you know needs assistance to prevent homelessness or to move out of homelessness, contact the 2-1-1 Colorado free and confidential community referral service. To locate resources and services in your community, dial 2-1-1. The call center is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Shelter availability is updated every morning around 8:45 a.m. Resources may also be found through the 2-1-1 Colorado database at any time.  The 2-1-1 Colorado database holds information about more than 11,000 services across the state of Colorado. These services are supported by more than 3,900 agencies. Trained referral specialists are multi-lingual and available to help individuals with real-time resources in our community.

Metro Denver and Colorado Information & Resources – Homelessness Prevention and Supports

Domestic Violence

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
See a listing of services available across the state

SafeHouse Denver, Inc.
Denver, CO
Crisis: 303.318.9989

Project Safeguard (legal advocacy services)
Adams 303.637.7761  (not a crisis line)
Arapahoe 303.799.3977  (not a crisis line)
Broomfield 720-887-2179 (not a crisis line)
Denver 720.865.9159  (not a crisis line)

Family Tree
Wheat Ridge, CO
Crisis: 303.420.6752
(TTY available)

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
Boulder, CO
Crisis: 303.444.2424
(TTY available)
Admin: 303.449.8623

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
Longmont, CO
Crisis: 303.772.4422

Gateway Battered Women’s Services
Aurora, CO
Crisis: 303.343.1851 (TTY available)

The Crisis Center
Castle Rock, CO
Crisis: 303.688.8484
(TTY available)

PeaceWorks, Inc
Bailey, CO
Crisis: 303.838.8181

National Information & Resources – Homelessness Prevention and Supports

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