Catholic Outreach supports several programs that provide housing to individuals or families who are homeless.
Homeless families are given Emergency Housing while they search for affordable housing and save for required deposits and monthly rent.
Transitional Supportive Housing
Transitional Supportive Housing offers individuals and families the opportunity to end homelessness through cooperative living, counseling, and training. Residents, working with a case manager, must have gainful employment or enter a work skills program through the Workforce Center. Residents pay no more than 30% of income during their 12 to 24 month stay after which they are in a position to provide for their own permanent housing. An interview is required to gain entrance into this program.
Permanent Supportive Housing
Permanent Supportive Housing provides homes to those with mental or physical impairments who have been chronically homeless and are free from drug abuse. Acceptance to this program is through a review committee.
Phone: (970) 241-3658
245 S 1st Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
In 2010, 59 individuals were
sheltered in Emergency Housing, 45 individuals in Transitional
and 23 in Permanent