The Welcome Center serves as a singular point of entry for guests as they arrive on campus. It is the starting point from which individuals can begin their journey out of poverty, homelessness, unemployment and addiction.
SRMs singular point of entry and the starting point from which individuals can begin their journey out of poverty, homelessness and addiction.
We are committed to meeting guests as they are; providing life-sustaining aid and creating a safe, welcoming, and transformational environment.
See our extensive homeless resource campus in downtown Colorado Springs — helping people reach their housing, health and work goals.
From accessing showers and laundry services to case management and more than a dozen partner agencies, including therapy, dentistry and medical care.
More than 200,000 meals are served each year. But there's so much more to Samaritan's Kitchen, including training programs and a catering business.
Our tiered sheltering program is built for guests to advance on their journey out of homelessness and prepare them for a productive and health future.
The New Life Program is a faith-based substance abuse a residential addiction recovery program that also provides valuable job training opportunities.
Our donation center accepts donated goods such as clothing, shoes, kitchen wares and household items that are then made available to those in poverty.
Preparing to rejoin the workforce, guests participate in work initiatives, life skills classes, job training courses and employment programs on our campus.
Without a warm and safe place to sleep, many of our homeless neighbors wouldn’t survive on the streets.