Comitis Crisis Center

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From homeless to home

 

Mile High Behavioral Healthcare and Comitis Crisis Center

Offering a variety of programs supporting individuals in recovery from addiction, trauma, mental health issues and homelessness. Located on the edge of the Fitzsimmons campus.


Emergency adult shelter
A monthly emergency shelter for adults, ages 18+
Lottery line / 303.317.8990   Call from 5am-12pm on the last day of the month, and call again to confirm after 2pm. Monthly stays begin on the 1st day of the month.

  • Meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing available

  • Showers available

  • Referral services and case management

  • Healthcare screenings provided by MCPN (Metro Community Provider Network)

  • LGBTQ+ affirming supportive services

Transitional family shelter
Three to six month short-term sheltering for eligible families receiving Colorado Works (TANF) through Arapahoe County

  • Meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing available

  • Case management and financial literacy classes

Emergency family shelter
A nightly emergency shelter for families with children under 18 years old
Lottery line / 720-505-2628   Call from 5am-12pm, and call again to confirm after 2pm.

  • Meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing available

  • Showers available

  • Referral services and case management

Transitional VA shelter
For veterans and their families families as they gain self-sufficiency
For more information: 303-341-9160

  • For single female veterans and male/female veterans with families

  • Meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing available

  • Case management and financial literacy classes