Get Help: Homelessness Resources in Boulder
The City of Boulder, Boulder County, and area agencies offer services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness or trying to avert becoming unhoused.
Services and Helpful Information Flier, Summer 2018
See the flier for information about accessing services and helpful things to know about Boulder.
Severe Weather Shelter for Single Adults
Current information on Severe Weather Shelter openings: http://bit.ly/severeWeatherShelter
Severe Weather Shelter is open when the following conditions are met:
- National Weather Service (NWS) warning or watch for winter weather, winter storm, blizzard, cold/wind chill, extreme cold/wind chill, heavy snow, ice storm; OR
- NWS predicts a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below; OR
- NWS predicts a temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit or below with precipitation predicted.
Resources for Single Adults
Those seeking services must first complete Coordinated Entry to be assessed for program placement. Coordinated Entry is located at 2691 30th St. in Boulder. Coordinated Entry is located along the SKIP and 208/F bus routes. Coordinated Entry is available from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day except Tuesdays, when it is open from Noon - 4 p.m.
For a printable brochure on Coordinated Entry, please visit: https://www.bouldercounty.org/homeless/
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (Shelter) Housing-Focused Shelter
Once Coordinated Entry is completed, qualified clients assessed with moderate/high support needs can access Housing-Focused Shelter at the Shelter.
There is a free bus to the Shelter Monday through Friday which leaves Walnut &14th (Boulder, CO 80302) at 5PM.
Bridge House - Path to Home Navigation Services
Once Coordinated Entry is completed, qualified clients assessed with shorter histories of homelessness and less barriers to housing can access Navigation Services through the Path to Home program. At Path to Home Navigation Services, clients will participate in housing-focused case management. Navigation Services are intended to eliminate or reduce time in homeless services for adults who may be able to resolve their housing crisis with limited, short-term assistance including access to employment, benefits and basic needs, coupled with an overnight shelter.