YHAM - TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes)


let’s end youth homelessness, TGTHR.

This November, speak up and take action for Youth Homelessness awareness month

share the message

Increase awareness around this growing issue by posting on social media or sending an email to your network.


Learn more about youth homelessness and openly discuss it with your friends and family to bring awareness to the growing issue.

Provide a meal

Make or order a dinner for the youth living at TGTHR any night of the year that you choose.

organize a Holiday drive

Sponsor a youth’s holiday wishlist, collect winter gear, or make stockings for the youth at TGTHR.

host a house party

Host a gathering to educate others about youth homelessness and introduce them to the mission of TGTHR.


Schedule a financial gift for CO Gives Day when your dollars will go further and have a larger impact with an incentive fund.

Every November, people across the country band together to increase awareness and support for youth experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. Learn more about this growing issue and join the movement to end youth homelessness.

  • Rise Comedy Club is hosting a 2-night improv event to benefit TGTHR. Info & Tickets.




  • Colorado Sun Podcast: Governor Polis talks about his plan to address homelessness.
  • Young and Homeless podcast: In this podcast series, you will hear from politicians, government workers, service providers, researchers, academics and people with a lived experience of homelessness.

Read Youth Stories

1440 Pine
Alex B

TGTHR Youth, Aspen, Shares Story

Aspen, a 20-year-old living at TGTHR, has always wanted to go to college. But they were born with several medical issues, and like many other young adults, have struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts. Of the money they do have, they use it to pay

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1440 Pine
Alex B

Meet Johnathan (He, Him, His)

Johnathan came to The Source Drop-in Center in 2018 and again in 2019 after experiencing some legal issues that left him unemployed and homeless. He was at risk to go to prison for up to 5-years and needed a place to stay and find healing

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Youth Stories
Alex B

Meet Viktor (He/Him/His)

Viktor (he/him/his) came to The Source in a difficult time in his life. He was driven from the beginning to achieve reliable housing and stable finances. Viktor was able to secure employment within two weeks of being at The Source and has since been approved

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