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64% of Denver's homeless population is people in families with children. We are there to help them get back on their feet.

Participating families are provided a private room and three meals a day.

Intensive case management begins as soon as a family is accepted into the program with an assessment that identifies the root causes of homelessness and what skill areas need to be addressed for both the parents and children.

The shelter houses, on average, 100 families each year

Emergency shelter is available to families in need and case managers will continue working with the families to meet their goals.

The Lambuth Family Center program operates following a housing first model.  From the time a family enters the Center a case manager helps to identify permanent housing options.  Lambuth Family Center believes families who are homeless should be returned to permanent housing as quickly as possible and connected to resources necessary to sustain that housing.  Issues that may have contributed to a household’s homelessness can best be addressed once they are housed.  Every family entering the shelter will have access to case management services needed to obtain permanent, safe, and affordable housing.  All families will also have access to additional life skills, community, and educational resources.

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