Housing Assistance

Marian House Community Outreach
The Marian House Community Outreach Program reaches out to people in need, serving families and individuals who live in apartments, motels, local shelters, halfway houses, tent camps and on the streets. Community Outreach?s intent is to cushion the impact of poverty on children, families and individuals by providing essential living items and the basic skills needed to keep themselves and their children healthy and safe. Since its inception in 2002, the program has expanded from helping a handful of people one day per week to a five-day-per-week program which encompasses all of El Paso County.
Urban Peak helps young people overcome homelessness and other real life challenges by providing safety, respect, essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-reliant adults.
Partners in Housing
Partners in Housing (PIH) is a program supported by area churches, synagogues, businesses, and volunteers to provide transitional housing and comprehensive social services to potentially or presently homeless families with children.
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Interfaith Hospitality Network brings the faith community together to help parents with children who are in need of shelter. Our congregations give these families a home-like place to stay with three meals a day within a community of caring volunteers. Our congregations transform their facilities for a week or two at a time in support of these parents and children. During the day, families come to our Day Center to receive case management services, job search resources, and an opportunity to work toward independence, affordable housing, and stability for the children. Goals are set and parents are compassionately guided to take the steps necessary to become self-sufficient and find a home.
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