COVID-19 Information and Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic is evolving each day, please check back for updates!

Collaboration and resiliency are hallmarks of the Warren Village community, including our many supporters.

As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic evolves each day. We want our community to know that we are actively monitoring state and local guidance and acting to ensure continued support to our families. We cannot control this rapidly changing environment, but we maintain a laser-like focus on our families and ensure frequent and clear communication with them, and with you—our amazing supporters. We do not know what lies ahead, but we do know that the strength of our community and our core values will guide us in these uncertain times.

Remote not Removed

While our teams may be remote, our top priority remains the health and well-being of our resident families while addressing their emerging needs. Low-income, single parents living at Warren Village typically don’t have access to paid family leave, health insurance, child care, and other resources. Our families are more likely to be severely impacted during this public health crisis, so we are doing everything possible to adjust our program delivery and meet our families where they are with what they need.

We are doing our very best to prepare for the uncertain weeks and months ahead and will update you as our response evolves. Together, we will weather this crisis. With your help, our residents will continue to receive the support and opportunity that have been the cornerstones of the Warren Village model for 46 years.

With hope and gratitude,

Ethan Hemming
President & CEO

Flatten the Curve

Update as of Friday, March 20, 2020, at 3 p.m.

Warren Village is actively supporting efforts to “flatten the curve” and prevent the spread of COVID-19. We recently activated several contingency operations plans:

  • Our Learning Center will remain closed at least through Friday, April 3rd.
  • Our family services team continues to support our residents via phone and online videoconferencing.
  • Administrative staff has transitioned to remote work through Friday, April 3rd.
  • All volunteer activities, Life Skills Classes, and Kids’ Club are suspended until further notice.

Warren Village Closing Learning Center and Transitioning Staff to Remote Work

Update as of Friday, March 13, 2020, at 5 p.m.

It is our intent to keep resident families and staff safe and prevent/contain the spread of COVID-19. As such, we have decided to institute a temporary closure of our Learning Center from March 16 – 20. Also during this time, all administrative functions and family support services will be conducted remotely. All volunteer activities, Life Skills Classes, and Kids’ Club are cancelled through March 31.

Until further notice, ALL applications must be completed electronically as we cannot accept in-person applications. Please download and print the application (ONE SIDED) and complete in dark ink (black or dark blue). Please scan and email to, along with all necessary documentation (driver license/State issued ID of the applicant, Social Security cards and Birth Certificates for all family members, High School diploma/GED for the applicant, and I-9 cards (front and back) for non-US Citizens.

You will receive a reply email once the application has been accepted. Background checks will be completed. Once an approved background check has been received the remainder of the admission process, as outlined on page 4 of the application packet, will take place.

Please retain the original completed forms. When we meet to further the process, we will need these original documents.

All questions regarding new or existing applications, should be directed via email to We appreciate your patience during this time.

Download the application now!

Our work continues and our families need help now more than ever. Many of you have asked, so below are a few ways you can support us during these unprecedented times.

Donate Now

Donate directly to Warren Village as we continue to meet our families’ greatest needs.

Electronic Gift Cards

Send an electronic gift card, which will be forwarded to our residents in need of budget relief. Please send all eGift Card donations to and include the subject line” “Assistance for Warren Village Families.” Please include your name and we will send you an in-kind receipt. Buy now at:

Door Dash

Essential Bulk Items

While we prefer you donate directly to Warren Village or send electronic gift cards, we understand some of you may have large quantities of items you’d like to donate. Given the Mayor of Denver’s new stay-at-home order, we will no longer be able to accept donations via drop off. Please contact Molly Barfuss via email to discuss other options.

Partner Organizations

If you cannot donate within our parameters, please reach out to one of our partner organizations:

Denver Rescue Mission
Food Bank of the Rockies
We Don’t Waste