Providing a place of transformation for people who are homeless
Providing a place of transformation for people who are homeless
Providing a place of transformation for people who are homeless
Providing a place of transformation for people who are homeless
Providing a place of transformation for people who are homeless

St. Francis Center

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St. Francis Center (SFC) is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.

St. Francis Center’s programs and services are tailored toward adult women and men, and focus on daytime shelter, social services, health and wellness, housing, employment, and outreach. At SFC, guests* have the opportunity work with a variety of specialists, depending on their individual needs, which is often the first step toward transformation and ultimately self-sufficiency.

* SFC staff and volunteers refer to those we serve as “guests” because of our strong commitment to hospitality, welcoming everyone who comes, and treating each person with dignity and respect.

Statement of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
St. Francis Center (SFC) strives to create a more just, diverse, equitable, and inclusive society for
our community members who experience homelessness and turn to us for refuge.
This begins with how we serve our guests and residents as well as how staff, volunteers, and board members
treat each other. SFC acknowledges that, as a community, we can always do better
by learning from the past and by celebrating and including all voices.
SFC commits to learning and growing as we consistently strive for a more equitable and inclusive society.