Denver Homeless Out Loud (DHOL) works with and for people who experience homelessness to help protect and advocate for dignity, rights, and choices for people experiencing homelessness. We commit our efforts toward goals affirmed and raised by homeless people, within our organization, and throughout the homeless community. We strive to add our strengths together to expose the root causes of homelessness and to create ways of living in which everyone has a safe place they can call home.
We welcome you to join us in this work.
Our office hours are Monday-Friday 11:00am – 4:00 pm (But please feel free to call us anytime at 720-940-5291)
If you would like to join us:
Our main meetings are Wednesdays, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm at our Denver Homeless Out Loud office space shared with Centro Humanitario and others at 2260 California St Denver CO, 80205 (the cool purple building on Park Avenue and California). These meetings are geared for anyone coming from homelessness or currently experiencing homelessness, but all are welcome (even housies).
Download the “Know Your Rights” PDF or view it in your browser below:
Survival should not be criminalized. There are many misconceptions about what leads to homelessness and the effects that homelessness has on members of our community. Read and watch more about it here.
Download “Mass Homelessness and Criminalization” as a Powerpoint or view it below:
Read our zine The Crisis of Mass Homelessness and Housing
Read our full 100 Day Action Plan for Rights, Dignity, and Housing or read the one page summary of First 100 Days, Immediate Action Priorities for City Council
Check out one of our cool reports.