Nest56 - TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes)

NEST56 at denargo market

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING IN DENVER. PREVENTING LONG-TERM HOMELESSNESS.

56 units of affordable housing for young adults experiencing homelessness + supportive services

One of the most significant barriers that young people face on the road to stability is a lack of affordable housing. Recognizing this gap, in 2015 TGTHR began partnering with experienced affordable housing developers to create affordable housing communities with services dedicated to young people who are experiencing homelessness. These services are informed by the experiences and expertise of the young people that we serve to support tenants on their path to housing stability; which is a critical and necessary component of a successful transition into adulthood for any young person.

Research shows that the most critical time to prevent chronic homelessness is between the ages of 18 and 24. Low-barrier housing for young adults experiencing homelessness, coupled with supportive services, increases housing stability and promotes positive outcomes in employment, education, and well-being. TGTHR’s housing programs put young people on a path toward long-term stability and help prevent them from re-experiencing homelessness.

HELP US FURNISH THE APARTMENTS!

Support young adults as they move from homelessness into their first apartment. We need YOUR help furnishing these apartments so young adults can move in with bedding, dishes, trash cans, and other essentials!

The need is here. in 2023:

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more young people reported homelessness in Denver

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of young people experiencing homelessness reported this their first time

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young people accessed homeless services in Metro Denver

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Nest56 will reach 4% of Denver’s 1,000+ qualified individuals. This project strengthens our commitment to reach more young people and combat youth homelessness, putting tenants on a path toward long-term stability and helping prevent them from re-experiencing homelessness in the future.

SERVICES PROVIDED TO TENANTS:

Take a sneak peek as we build!

TGTHR'S housing programs SEE:

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of tenants employed
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TGTHR is committed to building a culture of equity, inclusivity, and non-violence for all individuals.

At TGTHR, we see:

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of young people who have a developmental disability
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of young people who identify as LGBTQ+

Financing for 2700 Wewatta was provided by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, the Denver Department of Housing Stability, the Colorado Division of Housing, Denver Housing Authority, Red Stone Equity Partners and American Express, Bank of the West, and HUD.

+ the following project partners:

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DENVER LOCATION OPENING SOON: HELP FURNISH APARTMENTS FOR YOUTH!