Family Promise of Colorado Springs walks alongside families with children under the age of 18, in Colorado Springs, that are experiencing housing instability or homelessness. We provide a continuum of services through our three programs by helping families navigate and overcome housing instability or homelessness with services that provide hope, dignity, and respect to some of the most vulnerable families.
Families with children experiencing homelessness are often not in the public eye. They find places to hide for fear of losing their children, safety for their family or being unsure of how to move forward because of hearing “no” too often. We get to say “yes” and provide the family respect and dignity, by helping and advocating for our families to get connected with resources for their journeys to housing stability.
Ongoing volunteers, diapers, wipes, baby powder, diaper cream, toilet paper, household cleaners, sheet sets, towels, holiday presents for parents and children, holiday meals. silverware.
35% of all homeless persons nationwide are families with children and 2.5 million children will experience homelessness this year.
“Family Promise provided us with a safe place to live, while we applied for higher paying jobs. After 4 months, we were able to find better work and get into an apartment. I thank God for the kind helpful people at Family Promise who helped my family.” — Former Interfaith Hospitality Network Shelter Guest