Need shelter?

accomodations-300x246Unaccompanied women over the age of 18 may seek shelter at The Delores Project. In particular, The Delores Project is a safe place for those members of the LGBTQ community who are without a safe place to stay at night. We are available by phone to answer your questions and we reserve any available beds by phone on Mondays at 11:30 a.m.  After 11:30 am Monday, women may inquire about availability any time daily.

The Delores Project offers a Transitional Shelter program providing reliable nightly shelter  for women engaged in case management with other agencies, community re-entry programs, or with our own Transitional Advocate. As a highly desirable program, there is a significant wait-list for access. We encourage case managers to email our Shelter Manager at carolyn@thedeloresproject.org for more information. Please check back regularly for updates on the Community Partner Program.

Women who don’t have a case manager and are prepared to work towards stability can sign up for our Steps to Stability program after staying at The Delores Project at least once.  Once accepted into the Steps program, they will work with our Transitional Advocate on individualized goals towards stability.

Please contact us to inquire about these programs at 303.534.5411 or info@thedeloresproject.org.

The Delores Project does not require identification or other documentation for use of our services. The Delores Project will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, creed, age over 40, ancestry, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military status or any other applicable status protected by state or local law in any of its activities or operations.

For more questions about how to access shelter at The Delores Project please call (303) 534-5411.

Other Resources

If we are at capacity, we encourage women to seek shelter at The Women’s Shelter, run by Volunteers of America. This shelter is located at 1370 Elati St in Denver.  Reservations are required.  More information 

Mile High United Way —  Dial 211 from any phone for information about shelters and services

The Gathering Place — (303) 321-4198 – A daytime drop in center for women and children in Denver

Comitis Crisis Center in Aurora - (303) 343-9890 A shelter providing support for women, families, young adults, teens and children in Aurora.

The Action Center - (303) 237-7704 - Providing basic needs and support in Jefferson County

Samaritan House - (303) 294-0241 - Serving women, men and children facing homelessness in Denver run by Catholic Charities

Sacred Heart House —  (303) 296-6686 - Providing shelter for single women and women with children

Denver Sheriff Department - 490 W. Colfax – women/families may visit after 9pm for hotel vouchers (subject to availability)