HOUSING 180 hosts a variety of volunteer opportunities.

If you would like to know more about specific projects and how to volunteer contact Molly at


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HOUSING 180 relies on generous donations from out community to expand our programming and impact.

All money donated will go directly to funding our goal of finding homes for those looking for a better and brighter future.


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HOUSING 180 is proud to partner with the following organizations:

Joshua Station

Joshua Station empowers motivated families to overcome homelessness by providing supportive housing in a safe and caring community.

Severe Weather Shelter Network

Severe Weather Shelter Network partners with organizations and agencies in the community to provide emergency overnight shelter on life threatening winter nights for individuals living on the streets.


Whether you are a real estate agent, title representative, lender, landlord, investor, buyer, or seller you have an opportunity to experience lives being changed and benefit by participating in a selfless act of kindness when you donate to HOUSING 180. Your tax deductible donations to Housing 180 will make a HUGE difference to individuals that are diligently working, volunteering at CAFE 180, and making positive steps in their lives. For more information, please contact Housing 180 Co-Founder, Lisa Chirico at Re/Max Professionals 720-841-7309 or


HOUSING 180 partnered with Friends of the Haven and Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)/University of Colorado School of Medicine to develop a new transitional living facility, The Lighthouse, on the grounds of Fort Logan in Denver. This 6000 square foot. historical facility was extensively remodeled with a $300,000 grant from the Daniel’s Fund and a $25,000 grant from HOUSING 180, along with support from the Colorado Department of Human Services. The facility opened in November of 2016 and can house up to 15 adult females from The Haven treatment program and their infants/toddlers up to 2 years of age. Older children may also have extended visits with their mothers in this facility. The $25,000 grant from HOUSING 180 paid for window coverings for the entire facility, household furnishings, as well as a new fenced playground area to be completed in the spring of 2017. Clients and volunteers provided “sweat equity” in renovating the building. This exciting new facility and transitional living program allows single women and mothers transitioning from The Haven treatment program to keep their families together while they save money to earn enough to successfully transition back into the community following their successful treatment completion.

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