At Warren Village, we know that a better life begins with safe, secure housing. That’s why an integral part of our program is our two-year transitional housing for low-income, single-parent families. Many of our residents were previously homeless – for them homelessness meant moving frequently, sleeping on a friend’s couch, staying in shelters or even sleeping in their cars.
Our resident apartments, located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, are in close walking distance to public transportation, social service organizations, and a spacious city park. Our one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments can accommodate a parent and up to six children. Residents pay rent they can afford: 30% of the family’s adjusted income or a minimum of $25 per month.
If you need affordable housing and are ready to improve your life, Warren Village may be able to help. We accept housing applications from people who:
• Are a single parent
• Are 18 years or older
• Have custody of one or more children
• Have a high school diploma or GED
• Are motivated to set and achieve goals, and
• Are committed to full-time work and/or school; are willing to attend three life skills classes per month; and commit to 2 hours of volunteer service per month.
Do you need housing? Please contact the Housing Office at 303.321.2345 x 6000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
They helped me create a plan for finding long-term housing.
I feel safe in my apartment. That was really important to me.
I just want a stable place to call home for my son so he can grow up and have childhood friends.