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Bridge House offers a variety of services for homeless and low income adults. We are committed to the needs of our clients and provide services that lead to employment, self-sufficiency, housing and healing.


Ready to Work Program:

Paid, transitional work as a stepping stone to mainstream employment working up to 29 hours a week and includes transitional housing. You are able to build resume with work experiences and we offer employment references. You are able to earn and save money and participate in financial management and debt relief classes. Must be willing to make a commitment to a 12 month program. Transportation is provided to all Ready to Work trainees. Additional services include case managment services including career counseling, sobriety support, job readiness, and more.


Case Management Overview:
One-on-one meetings to help you reach your goals by making referrals, finding resources and providing support.
Access to Benefits:
Receive guidance in your applications for food assistance, Aid to Needy and Disabled, Social Security and more.
Prescription Help:
Providing help with most co-pays to people in need. Be aware that we cannot assist with pain medications.
Help obtaining state identification card, birth certificate, or other documents. Please note, this can be a lengthy process.
House Assistance and Referrals:
Help with housing paperwork and assess eligibility for housing resources. In some cases, assistance with a portion of a deposit or rent is available.
RTD Bus Passes:
For verifiable appointments only, bus tickets are distributed by case management. Example of approved appointments include: medical/ mental health, job interviews, AA/NA, probation/ parole and to work if first paycheck has not yet been received.

Outreach Case Management Locations

Monday – Harvest of Hope 12:30 pm – 2 pm located at 2960 Valmont Road, Community Table 4:30 pm – 6 pm located at  First United Methodist 1421 Spruce

Wednesday – Harvest of Hope 12:30 pm – 2 pm located at 2960 Valmont Road, Community Table 4:30 pm – 6 pm located at First United Methodist 1421 Spruce

Thursday – Deacons Closet 9:30 am to 10:30 am located at 16th and Walnut, Community Table 4:30 pm – 6 pm located at First United Methodist 1421 Spruce

Friday – Community Table 4:30 pm – 6 pm located at St. John’s Episcopal Church 1419 Pine Street


Path to Home provides: Boulder’s new, interactive shelter with an innovative step-by-step approach to services integrated with safe, legal shelter for those experiencing homelessness. Walk-up sheltering coupled with support services including intake and assessment, navigation, and direct financial assistance for basic needs.

Line-up at 6:30PM
Doors Open from 7:00 – 9:00PM


Congregation Har HaShem
37th @ Baseline Bus 225

Atonement Lutheran
Inca @ Baseline Bus 225

Boulder Mennonite
Broadway @ Table Mesa Bus SKIP

St. Andrew
37th @ Baseline Bus 225

St. Andrew
37th @ Baseline Bus 225

Atonement Lutheran
Inca @ Baseline Bus 225


November 11th, 18th, 25th will be at Congregation Har HaShem 37th at Baseline

December 1st will be at Boulder Jewish Community Center

December 9th will be at St. Andrew 37th at Baseline Bus 225

December 16th will be at Boulder Jewish Community Center

December 23rd and December 30th will be at Congregation Har HaShem 37th at Baseline

Additional services on-site include breakfast and case management, including reservations for up to one week of shelter while plan goals are met.

For more info on homeless services in the City of Boulder, click here

Community Table Nightly Meals:

Monday – First United Methodist 1421 Spruce St. 4:30pm-6pm

Tuesday – Mountain View Methodist 355 Ponca Place 4:30pm-6pm

Wednesday & Thursday – First United Methodist 1421 Spruce St. 4:30pm-6pm

Friday – St. John’s Episcopal 1419 Pine St. 4:30pm-6pm

Other Free Meals

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless Breakfast Every Day 7:30 AM Dinner 6 PM

12 PM FEED behind Justice Center, 6th and Canyon
5:00 PM (2nd, 3rd & 4th Saturdays): Outdoor dinner @Library Park by the creek

12 PM St. John’s Episcopal Ch., 1419 Pine St.
12:30 PM Trinity Lutheran Ch., 2200 Broadway
12 PM First United Methodist Ch., 1421 Spruce.
12 PM First Congregational Ch., 1128 Pine St.
12 PM First Presbyterian Ch., 1820 15th St.
Colorado Friendship 5:00 PM Outdoor meal parking lot of Justice Center—6th and Canyon

Night Shelter is located at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless 4869 N. Broadway 

Winter shelter open from October through April and Dinner served at 6:00 pm for guests.  Women calling in before 10:00 am are guaranteed a bed. Beds for men are distributed on a lottery basis By calling in by 10:00 am. Morning services include breakfast, showers, and laundry every day (available to non-guest). Transitional housing opportunities. This is a dry shelter-no drugs, alcohol, or weapons.

Selected Boulder Helping Agencies

Attention Homes (Youth 12 to 24 years)
THE SOURCE: 3080 Broadway 303-447-1207
Runaway and homeless youth, 24-hour help

Addiction Recovery Center 
3180 Airport Road, 303-441-1281 Services offered: Detox and referral to substance abuse treatment programs.

Boulder County AIDS Project
2118 14th Street 303-444-6121
Free needle exchange M-F, 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Free, rapid, & anonymous HIV, Hep C testing.

Center for People with Disabilities
1675 Range St, 303-442-8662
Resources, information and advocacy.
Clothing and Personal Items

Deacon’s Closet Thursdays, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
First Presbyterian Annex, 1603 Walnut

Dental Aid
4155 Darley Ave 303 499-7010

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)
1575 Yarmouth, 303-442-3042
Assistance for families.

Harvest of Hope Food bank
2960 Valmont Road (29th & Valmont), 720-382-1971

People without kitchens M-F 12 PM-2 PM
People with kitchens MTWF 9 Am -11 AM, Thursday 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Emergency Psychiatric Crisis Line
1-844-493-8255 (TALK)

Mental Health Partners 
Emergency Psych Service 303-447-1665, 24-Hour Walk In Clinic— 3180 Airport Rd., & mobile response

Mental Health Partner  Ryan Wellness Center
1000 Alpine Ave., 303-443-8500. Main number for intakes, appointments, and pharmacy.

MESA Rape Crisis Hotline 303-443-7300

Little Flower Maternity Home
Pregnant moms ages 18+ live free in Lafayette home until baby is 6 mos. 720-609-2934

Mother House
Residential program for pregnant women (18+)

OUT Boulder, LGBTQ Community
2132 14th St. 303-499-5777

People’s Clinic & Clinica Family Health Services
Walk-in hours: Tues 8 AM – 10:00 AM, Thurs 2 PM – 4 PM 
2525 13th St. 303-650-4460

Reverence Movement
Women’s Day Shelter and Advocacy Group 
720-432-3283 Monday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Pine Street Church, 1237 Pine Street, Boulder, CO

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)
24/7 Crisis Hotline 303-444-2424
Counseling, legal advocacy, and support groups 
Emergency safe shelter for survivors fleeing abuse

VA Crisis line: 1-800-273-8255

Veterans Helping Veterans Now: 303-772-9777

Bridge House Mailing Address: PO Box 626, Boulder, CO 80306
Phone: (303) 442-8300