Completed Projects

Attention Homes

Porchfront Homes renovated Chase House in Boulder for homeless youth.

 

Greenleaf Denver

Public Service Credit Union spent a day building a community garden for Greenleaf Denver at Smiley Campus in Park Hill.

Boys Hope Girls Hope

Berkeley Homes completed a remodel for our previous project with Boys Hope Girls Hope.

Denver Children's Home

David Weekley Homes finished the basement for troubled youth at Denver Children’s Home, our very first project in 2000.

Denver Rescue Mission

McStain Neighborhoods renovated two units for families with children.

Denver Rescue Mission

Wonderland Homes renovated two units for families with children.

Volunteers of America

Berkeley Homes built another new  home for homeless female veterans

Volunteers of America

New Town Builders built a new home for homeless female veterans

Volunteers of America

Wonderland Homes has built a
new home for homeless female veterans.
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Arvada Townhomes

Dedication on December 15, 2010.  Contact Us for more information on our brand new Townhomes for Colorado Homeless Families. Our Builder captain was KB Home.

Boys Hope/Girls Hope

HomeAid will remodel a home for six at risk young females in Foxfield who have promising educational futures. Our builder captain for this was Camerata Homes.

Community Garden

Community Garden With leadership from Steve Prokopiak, 60 individual volunteers and 12 donating companies completed a community garden for the families of Colorado Homeless Families.


Interfaith Hospitality Network

Village Homes is leading our first project in Northern Colorado. This project will be a duplex for Interfaith Hospitality Network and will provide homes for families.

Third Way Center

Third Way Center Campus at Lowry: Together with John Laing Homes and Haven Builders, HomeAid completed three more units.

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley

5 Star Construction proudly served as the builder captain for Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley in Longmont. This project provides housing to victims of domestic violence and their children.

Third Way Center

John Laing Homes built a house for Third Way Center located at Lowry in Denver. The home houses eight troubled youth at a time.


Partners Crossing

Beazer Homes completed the construction of six townhomes for Partners in Housing to house Colorado Springs families in October 2006.

Garden Crossing

Engle Homes completed construction of a Boulder triplex for Emergency Family Assistance Association March 2006.

The Villiage III

are facilities for temporarily homeless families run by Colorado Homeless Families in Arvada. The project was run by Standard Pacific Homes and Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Village III has been housing families since January 2005.

Urban Peak

The Place is a licensed 20-bed transitional housing facility for homeless and runaway youth in Colorado Springs. The project was completed in Nov. 2004 by Christofferson Commercial Builders.


Hope Haven

Located in Grand Junction and was completed in July 2004 by building manager Just Companies. The Grand Junction Commission for the Homeless uses the facility to house pregnant teens.

The Villiage II

are facilities for temporarily homeless families run by Colorado Homeless Families in Arvada. The project was run by Beazer Homes. Village II has been housing families since January 2004.

Partners Corner

in Colorado Springs houses temporarily homeless families. The project was run by builder captain Robert-Scott Enterprises (now called Infinity General) and completed in Sept. 2003 and is run by Partners in Housing.

The Villiage I

are facilities for temporarily homeless families run by Colorado Homeless Families in Arvada. The project was run by Village Homes. Village I has been housing families since Feb. 2003.


Monarch Home

in Longmont is a home for at-risk youth. Monarch Home was as completed in July 2002 by builder captain McStain Enterprises.

Discovery Home

in Denver was completed in Feb. 2001 for Denver Children’s Home by Engle Homes. The facility serves emotionally distressed youth.