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Denver has a bold plan
based on a big idea:
End homelessness by 2015

Ending homelessness. Restoring hope.

10 year plan
About the program

Join us. Together we have the ability to move people off the streets for good. To change people’s lives for the better. By coming together as a community, we can make these goals a reality.Keep reading »

10 year plan
About the 10-year plan

Eight steps. Ten years. Aggressive, yes, but doable through a system of wide-reaching programs from prevention to transitional and permanent housing to public assistance. .Keep reading »

10 year plan
Our progress so far

Since implementation, we’ve helped thousands of people with housing, job training, and important services. The plan is working, but there is more to do.Keep reading »

Support the plan


Recent studies estimate that the people of Denver give more than $4 million a year to panhandlers. And the truth is many panhandlers aren’t homeless and most of the homeless don’t panhandle. If you want to help, there’s a better way to give.

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Be part of the plan Show you care. Join the thousands of your friends and neighbors throughout the city who are part of Denver’s Road Home.

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Denver’s Road Home has helped many of Denver’s homeless get off the streets. See who supports the plan to help rebuild lives and get people on the right track.Keep reading »

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Our success storiesWe have already changed the lives of many of Denver’s Homeless.


I won’t be satisfied until I finish college and become a nurse. I have a long road ahead of me, but I know I can do it because I’ve achieved so much already.
Read Maria’s story


united way

Mile High United Way is proud to serve as the financial steward for Denver's Road Home.