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 for single-parent families at our Gilpin Street campus. 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.

Apartments at warren village

We offer housing to single parents who:

Do You NeedHousing?

Please download and print the application one-sided.

If you have any questions about the program or application process, please contact us, call 303.320.5063 or email housing@warrenvillage.org.

Warren Village First Step for teen mothers

Warren Village offers additional safe and affordable housing at another location in North Denver for young mothers without their high school diploma or GED in partnership with Florence Crittenton Services.

Since January 2022, Warren Village has been providing safe housing and wraparound, on-site supportive services to pregnant and parenting teen moms between the ages of 18 and 24 and their children under the age of 12 who are interested in enrolling at Florence Crittenton (FloCrit) Services to attain a GED or high school diploma. This innovative partnership leverages the power of Warren Village’s Two-Generation (2Gen) approach and the specialized youth education and early care expertise that FloCrit has provided to teen families for generations.

To inquire about Florence Crittenton Services, educational programs, and to schedule a housing tour, please contact FloCrit Housing Manager at 702-288-0084 or via email.

For more information about the First Step housing program, please contact the First Step Program Manager at 303.320.5081 or via email.

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