Our ProgramsWe are looking for 1,000 guardians to provide $100 or more to keep homeless youth safe.
There are an estimated 160 homeless youth in our community in any given year. That’s a lot. At the House, these youth find a safe place where they can receive counseling, emotional support, and a chance to move toward self-sufficiency and stability. You can help by becoming a part of a legion of guardians: 1,000 men, women, community groups, faith communities, and businesses that are providing the financial support to establish the House, a safe shelter for youth on the Western Slope.
If you don’t find the answer you are looking for here, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your consideration, for your interest, and for your concern for our youth.
Become a volunteer, a regular food donor, or a guardian today!
The House is 10 bed temporary shelter for homeless, runaway, and unaccompanied youth ages 13 through 20.
Zoe House is a safe transitional housing program for youth survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. Zoe House serves 18-24 year olds and their dependents who are homeless or about to become homeless because they are survivors of the aforementioned crimes.
The Street Outreach Program (SOP) reaches out to homeless, runaway and unaccompanied youth between ages 13 and 24 in Mesa County who are living on the street or couch surfing.
Transitional Living Program
The Transitional Living Program encompasses three individual facilities including Benni’s House, and Matthew’s House, serving youth ages 18 through 23.
The Asset House is a two-year transitional housing program for adults ages 18 and older. Residents at Asset House live in single rooms, and share bathrooms and a kitchen. We work to get residents connected with resources and support in the community. The monthly rent includes some food and all utilities.
Bonnie‘s House is a five bed permanent supportive housing program for homeless youth in Mesa County.