HOPE is a drop-in day shelter in Denver, Colorado that provides a safe, welcoming space for people who are experiencing homelessness and are living with HIV. HOPE seeks to create a place where community is fostered, there is space to grow, and health is a priority.
Clients can access a number of important services at HOPE: fresh and nutritious meals thanks to a partnership with Project Angel Heart, medication assistance, connection with case management, and clients are welcome to use a locker to store personal belongings (limited space is available). Additionally, free laundry services can be used once a week and clients can have access to a phone and computer.
HOPE is located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and is normally open Monday through Friday 8am – 3pm. Due to COVID, we are currently open with reduced hours Monday through Friday, 10 am – 2 pm, and are not able to provide laundry services at this time.
Starting July 6, we will be open Monday through Friday, 8am – 3pm. Clients will be permitted to stay up to an hour per day. Laundry service will also resume at this time.
Questions about how to access services?
Contact us to speak with a member of the HOPE team or speak to your Case Manager for a referral!