Sacred Heart House of Denver provides a number of services to families in need. These programs including the In-House Stabilization, Follow-Up and Transitional Housing Programs enable homeless women and their families to move to stable housing and become self-sufficient.
In-House Stabilization Program
Our In-House Stabilization Program provides temporary housing, food, clothing, transportation and case management for homeless families in Denver, with referrals for permanent/transitional housing, education/job training/placement, health care, child care, and counseling. Residents participate in a required series of living skills and parenting workshops. Our services are offered in a home-like, life-giving, safe environment. When residents move to their own housing, they are eligible to receive the services of our Follow-Up Program.
The staff of Sacred Heart House of Denver continues to support former residents, rejoicing in their successes and encouraging them during their crises. The Follow-Up Program offers: furniture/household goods, monthly newsletter, emergency food, problem-solving, advice and resources, as well as holiday help.
A two-year Transitional Housing Program offers affordable living to mothers pursuing educational/job training goals. These women have successfully completed the In-House Stabilization Program or a similar program at another agency.