Since 1974, Warren Village’s Two-Generation (2Gen) approach has been providing opportunities and comprehensive resources to empower low-income, single-parent families to change their life trajectory. This holistic approach includes three program components:
Safe & Affordable Housing
With safe, consistent, and affordable housing, families can break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. Warren Village offers two to three years of transitional housing in 92 apartments accommodating single-parent families with up to six children. In addition, we offer a one-year transitional communal living program for 11 single mothers and their children through our First Step program, in partnership with the City of Denver.
Parent Services & Advocacy
Warren Village provides each resident with a Family Advocate who helps parents set goals and find additional resources, including: post-secondary education assistance, career exploration, financial literacy classes, holistic wellness supports, and comprehensive long-term housing plans.
Early Education & Child Care
Children who experience poverty and homelessness are at an increased risk for social, emotional, and cognitive problems. Warren Village’s on-site Learning Center provides early childhood education, child care, mental health supports, and two-thirds of the daily nutritional requirements for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 10 years.
Your donation is an investment in the lives of low-income, single-parent families that is helping them make the journey from poverty to self-sufficiency.
(303) 321-2345 | 1323 Gilpin Street, Denver, CO 80218