catholic charities Housing
helping families stay together
The cost of housing across Colorado is prohibitive for many neighbors. Housing at Catholic Charities provides secure, supportive and affordable housing complexes for several thousand individuals and families who cannot access appropriate housing at affordable prices.
We currently own and manage more than 1,700 units of affordable housing in 30 locations throughout Colorado and Wyoming and we are developing new locations. We care for seniors, families, people with disabilities and individuals who have experienced homelessness. We provide them with additional support services to encourage long-term and sustainable housing security.
National research confirms that increasing access to affordable and safe housing is the most cost-effective strategy in increasing economic opportunity and reducing childhood poverty. Our team supports families who are committed to improving the lives of their children and seniors on fixed incomes, as well as veterans who served our country and deserve to have a safe, comfortable place to call home.
Challenging Life Events
We have openings in their multi-family affordable housing properties. From spacious townhomes and open floor plans to secured entries and playgrounds for the little ones, wait list times have decreased and some homes for qualified families are available. For questions, entry requirements and more information, call us at 303-830-0215.
Challenging Life Events
We have openings in their multi-family affordable housing properties. From spacious townhomes and open floor plans to secured entries and playgrounds for the little ones, wait list times have decreased and some homes for qualified families are available. For questions, entry requirements and more information, call Celina Medina at 720-639-7607.
“Thank you for all the gifts I’ve received…” A Letter of Gratitude from a Marian Plaza Resident
“I can’t begin to tell you how thankful and grateful I am for all the gifts I received,” said Mary Onosco, a resident of Marian Plaza, in a thank you letter she sent to Catholic Charities of Denver. Mary, who is 89 years strong, found herself in need of assistance. A rough divorce partnered with … Read moreRead More
At Archdiocesan Housing, a place to flourish for Sarah
Shelly and her husband found everything they could have hoped for their daughter at Archdiocesan Housing, a ministry of Catholic Charities of Denver. Their 23-year-old daughter Sarah (pictured above, right) happily lives in a one-bedroom apartment at Villa Sierra Madre, a secure and remodeled complex in Silverthorne. Although Sarah was born with cognitive delays, with … Read moreRead More
Residents go to Walmart for first social outing
After more than two years, the residents of Cathedral Plaza decided where to go for their first social outing together: Walmart. Four residents at the downtown Denver affordable housing complex, run by Archdiocesan Housing, climbed into the community van to go to the local shopping center. Diane smiled saying it felt great to go with … Read moreRead More
ARCHDIOCESAN HOUSING PURSUING THREE MAJOR PROJECTS TO ADDRESS AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Archdiocesan Housing, Inc., (AHI) which manages 30 properties that house about 3,000 residents, is moving forward on three major projects on Colorado’s Front Range that could add another 147 units of much-needed affordable housing in the years ahead. “We have several projects in the pipeline, but these are our big three today,” said Justin Raddatz, … Read moreRead More