Severe Weather Plan 2020-21
HEADING HOME COMMITTEES
If you are interested in participating in a workgroup, please email us. Workgroups meet at least once every other month and are focused on the objectives, key results and activities as laid out in the Action Plan.
Optimize Crisis Resolution System
Increasing Supportive Housing
Decreasing Barriers to Exit Homelessness
Improve System-Wide Data Collection and Data Sharing
Increase Community Involvement in Support of Solutions
CLOSE TO HOME CAMPAIGN
HEADING HOME SPEAKER'S BUREAU
Are you passionate about raising awareness around homelessness and want to help spread the word about Heading Home? Consider volunteering as a presenter for our speaker's bureau or come have us speak for your group.
SEVERE WEATHER SHELTER NETWORK
Are you a landlord or involved in property management and development? Have you ever considered providing section 8 housing or want to provide affordable housing options? Click on the links below to learn more information on how you can get involved.
Close to Home is working to raise awareness of homelessness in Colorado. Visit the Close to Home website to learn about how you or your business can speak up about homelessness, contribute to the movement to end homelessness, and engage the community.
The Severe Weather Shelter provides emergency, overnight shelter on life-threatening winter nights for single men, women and couples without children, who are living on the streets or in their cars. A network of local churches provide the host sites each winter from October 1st to April 30th. Click here to learn about the many ways you can volunteer to help make sure those on the streets can stay warm on cold winter nights.