Basic Needs

Our welcoming, low-barrier access to food and community is fundamental in building trust and rapport with adults experiencing homelessness. Bridge House has been serving meals to food insecure members of our community since 1997. Our intern sleep program provides emergency shelter, food and support services for adults experiencing homelessness who have interest in our Ready to Work program.

Community Table Dinner
Served Monday - Friday
5:00 - 6:00 pm

Grace Commons ANNEX
(formerly First Presbyterian Church Annex)
1603 Walnut Street
Boulder CO 80303

Located on the NE corner of Walnut & 16th in Boulder.
Dinner is offered in a “grab and go” format until Covid-19 restrictions are fully lifted.

This dinner program is open to anyone, whether low income or currently experiencing homelessness. Historically these dinners have been served indoors with sit-down dining and we look forward to returning to that model as soon as possible.

Community Table dinners are prepared by our Community Table Kitchen social enterprise  and are supported by our dedicated volunteers. To volunteer click here

History - BAsic Needs at Bridge House

Path to Home navigation shelter operated from July 2017 through May 2020. As a pilot designed to combine overnight sheltering with intensive, housing-focused case management, the Path to Home model proved to be highly successful. Over 850 clients exited Path to Home with housing and support.

The lease at the Path to Home location at 2691 30th Street ended May 31, 2020 so that the property can be redeveloped into permanently affordable housing. Homeless Solutions for Boulder County still offers navigation services. Visit for more information.

Meals, Community and Access