Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Veterans lined up outside the Colorado National Guard Thursday for a chance to see what services are available.
Dena Lewis has been cooking up a storm in her new kitchen while trying to keep tabs on two toddlers and two teenage daughters. It’s hard to believe but just days ago the family of five was homeless.
Approximately 12,000 men, women and children are homeless in Colorado. Many end up on the street asking for money, but one business on one of Denver’s busiest streets is opening its doors to help.
The number of homeless veterans is declining as the Veterans Affairs Department works to eliminate the problem by 2015, VA Secretary Eric Shinseki said Tuesday.
Free school supplies and services were handed out to some students in the Denver metro area on Saturday.
4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll found a perfect reason to enjoy guilt-free pizza. Diners say it’s pizza with a purpose.
While a great many of those standing on corners with signs are certainly needy, 4 On Your Side Investigator Rick Sallinger found some are involved in dealing heroin.
Seven years after embracing an ambitious plan to provide housing and job training for Denver’s homeless, the City Council voted 9-4 Monday to impose restrictions that opponents say will make it illegal to have no home.
Seven years after embracing an ambitious plan to provide housing and job training for Denver’s homeless, the city is poised Monday to impose restrictions that opponents – including Occupy protesters – say will make it illegal to have no home.
Are they criminals or merely homeless? A Denver Health and Safety committee has been getting an earful about a proposed plan that would ban unauthorized camping in Denver.