Warren Village exists so low income, single parent families can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.
Did You Know?
The Better Business Bureau serving Denver/Boulder named Warren Village their Nonprofit of the Month. Take a look at the video!
Bruce DeBoskey and the Denver Post selected Warren Village as Nonprofit of the Month. Read Bruce DeBoskey’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 4,507 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.
Tahlanda’s 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. New blog posts will appear every two to three weeks from a variety of contributors.
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: