Warren Village exists so low-income, single-parent families can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.
Did You Know?
The Piton Foundation at Gary Community Investments awarded Warren Village a $200,000 community investment grant to further develop our two-generation approach that positively impacts the economic security goals of low-income families. Discover more about this community investment grant.
The Better Business Bureau serving Denver/Boulder named Warren Village their Nonprofit of the Month. Take a look at the video!
Joanne Davidson and the Denver Post highlight’s 2017 Celebrating Wellness All-Star Luncheon Read Joanne Davidson’s Denver Post article!
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods awarded Warren Village their Good Neighbor Award for Homelessness & Affordable Housing.
Since 1974 Warren Village has served more than 4,600 families through providing safe/affordable housing, a nationally recognized early Learning Center, and family services that equip our residents with life and career-building skills.
Precious’ Story – “If you come here and put in the effort and want to be better, they are going to go beyond to try and help you.”
Martha’s Story – “It’s really helpful to have the family advocates give you support and provide so many resources. They are helping me regain my independence and achieve my goals.”
Polo’s Story – “Warren Village has given us a safe place to call home. All the staff has been extremely helpful and accommodating. You can tell they love the work they are doing.”
Essie’s Story – “I’m so grateful for those we’ve met along the way, who have been there to support us. It’s very humbling. I’ve met the most amazing advocates – and I am grateful and appreciate their patience and understanding.”
The Village Voice
We invite you to join the conversation about important issues facing our community. The Village Voice is a Warren Village blog designed to be thought provoking and informative.
Please join the conversation. Together, we will discuss important issues like homelessness, affordable housing, education, jobs that pay a “living wage,” poverty, personal & economic self-sufficiency, and much more.
Check out these latest blog posts on The Village Voice:
- On March 20, 2018 the Learning Center received Another NAEYC Accreditation Term
- Warren Village Receives another 4-star rating from Charity Navigator
- Meet Lauren Scott: Warren Village’s New Licensed Professional Counselor
- Warren Village Awarded $100,000 at Bank of the West’s Philanthropy Awards