The Problem

A complex mix of substance abuse, homelessness, and domestic violence are impacting our neighbors everyday on the streets of Denver

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struggling with substance abuse
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experiencing homelessness
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experiencing domestic violence

Our Model

Our two-tiered transformational housing model provides the services needed to sustain long term addiction recovery

Two-step recovery transformational housing model simple

FirstStep 2-Year Transitional Housing

Our 24/7 live-in staff equips three unique communities to develop economic self-sufficiency, health connections, and restorative beliefs through holistic services

Providence House

Est. 1988

Serves up to 10 men and 8 women recovering from addiction and homelessness, located in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Joy House Transitional Home for Moms and Children in Denver

Joy House

Est. 2000

Serves up to 11 women and 17 children recovering from domestic violence, located in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Silver Lining House

Est. 2018

Serves up to 13 young men recovering from addiction and homelessness, located in the historic Baker Neighborhood

NextStep Affordable Apartments

Enables individuals and families to continue living in a healthy, supportive sober-living community after graduating from transitional housing

Victory House, sober-living Denver, CO

Victory House

Est. 2006

Nineteen 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments, located in the historic Five Points Neighborhood

Clausen House

Est. 2011

Twenty-three studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments, located in the historic Curtis Park Neighborhood

Gibson House

Est. 2018

Thirteen studio and 1-bedroom apartments, located in the historic Curtis Park Neighborhood

Our Services

A comprehensive approach to complex problems

What’s your next step?

Please consider applying if you could benefit from our services or partner with us financially to enable lasting change in our city