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Safe & Affordable Housing

With safe, consistent and affordable housing, families can break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. Warren Village offers two to three year transitional housing in 92 apartments accommodating single-parent families. 100% of the single parents who reside or come to Warren Village were homeless or unstably housed.

Apartments at Warren Village

Warren Village’s apartment building is located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, a close walking distance to public transportation, stores, social service organizations, and a spacious city park. Each resident pays rent, based on their income, which ranges from $25 a month to 30% of their total income. Each resident must be committed to working toward specific personal and self-sufficiency goals

Interested in Living at Warren Village?

We offer housing to single parents who:

  • are motivated to set and achieve goals
  • have a high school diploma or GED
  • are 18 years or older
  • have custody of one or more children
  • are committed to full-time work and/or school
  • are willing to attend three life skills classes per month
  • will actively participate in our Wellness Initiative and other programs
  • will volunteer two hours per month
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Do You Need

Housing?

Please contact Forest Ray at the Housing Office at 303.321.2345 x 6000 or via email.

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Warren Village offers additional safe and affordable housing at another location in North Denver through our First Step program.
This one-year transitional, communal living program for single mothers is made possible by our partnership with Denver’s Road Home. First Step offers many of the same program components as living on-site at Warren Village including on-site family advocates who empower residents to set and achieve their goals, Life Skills Classes, and enrollment for children in the Early Learning Center. Each resident pays rent, based on their income, which ranges from $25 a month to 30% of their total income. Each resident must be committed to working toward specific personal and self-sufficiency goals.

Interested in learning more? Please contact the First Step Program Manager at 303.477.3843 or email us.

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