Mile High Behavioral Health Center and the Comitis Crisis Center were joined by Close to Home, Colfax Community Network, Aurora Mental Health Center, PATH Program and the Colorado Secretary of State in hosting a voter registration event for residents experiencing homelessness. The“Homeless, Not Voiceless” event raised awareness that people across the state without a permanent address retain the ability to vote, and encouraged those without a safe place to call home to speak up by voting. Learn more and hear from two residents about why this opportunity to exercise their civic duty even as they experience the challenges of being homelessness mean so much to them.

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