Homeless Population, Families Spike In Denver Metro AreaHomeless advocacy groups are counting the homeless across the U.S. and in one area of Colorado that population is spiking.
New Shelter Designed To Bring People Off The StreetsCBS4's Howard Nathan talks to the Denver Rescue Mission about the new day shelter in the Ballpark Neighborhood and how it is expected to impact the homeless population.
David Clifton Ministries Needs Help For Years Thanksgiving Dinner For The HomelessDavid Clifton Ministries says they need a little help to put on this year's Thanksgiving Outreach to Homeless and Denver's Needy Families that feeds 15,000 people.
Group Wants City Council To Overturn Urban Camping BanA group has gathered nearly 13,000 signatures in the push to get Denver's city council to overturn the urban camping ban.
Denver Works Helps Those On The Street Find JobsDenver Works and the Denver Rescue Mission have teamed up to help those who have been on the streets find work.
41 Metro Area Mayors Try To Tackle Denver's Housing ProblemNearly half of Coloradans in a recent survey say they know friends or family who are now homeless. It's a staggering statistic that has prompted mayors from 41 cities in the metro area to launch a first-of-its-kind effort.
Homeless 'Right To Rest' Bill Fails In ColoradoColorado lawmakers have said no to a bill that would have outlined rights that homeless people have in public
HUD To Spend $616K On Rental Help For Colorado VeteransThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says it will spend nearly $616,000 in rental assistance to help homeless veterans in Colorado find homes.
It's Time to Break Down The Homeless Problem In DenverThere's been a lot of news about homelessness in Denver lately, but it's time we break down the problem by breaking down the different groups that need our help.
Colorado Weighs 'Homeless Persons' Bill Of Rights' ProposalA Democratic-sponsored proposal would outline rights that homeless people have in public, including the right to move freely without discrimination.
CU Denver Study Calls Homeless Laws Harsh & IneffectiveA study from the University of Colorado Denver states the City of Denver's current homeless laws harsh and ineffective.
Pioneering Denver Social Enterprise Tackles Women's PovertyThe workers measuring out dry beans and fragrant spices at a Denver manufacturing plant aren't just assembling soup mixes sold in 500 stores in 40 states. They're trying to put back together lives shattered by homelessness, abuse, addiction, mental illness or crime.