Have you encountered someone experiencing houselessness (not necessarily a Dry Bones friend) who is looking for a particular resource? Peruse this page and see if there is anything helpful you can refer them to. As always, feel free to reach out to a Dry Bones staff member for help and guidance.
This list has information about shelters for families and individuals, people with pets, and people experiencing domestic violence. It also has information for people seeking day shelter and supportive services.
Of particular importance to the Dry Bones community is theUrban Peak (303-974-2908)shelter for people 15-20 years old.
You can find more specific CCH contact informationhere.
St. Francis Center (303-297-1577) – a nonprofit organization that helps people access affordable housing and employment programs and provides day shelter, among other things
Stout Street Health Center(303-293-2220) – a program of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless that provides free health services for people experiencing houselessness
If someone is not covered by any form of health insurance, they can call (303-312-2220) and speak with Stout Street’s Registration Team.
Denver Health(303-739-1211)– You can call this nurse line for guidance.
Mental Health Center of Denver (303-504-7900) – provides free mental health services for people in the community and can help people experiencing houselessness in need of mental health support access housing
Dry Bones staff and volunteers are committed to serving the large population of homeless teens and young adults living in downtown Denver. The youth who live on the streets of Denver range in age from 12 into their mid-twenties. Dry Bones connects these young people with resources, nutrition, entertainment, and new friends.