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Faq's

Frequently Asked Questions

 501 Belmont Ave, Pueblo CO 81004

Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Case Managers available by phone Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. No walk in assistance available.

• Housing Counseling
• Emergency Shelter for families with children
• Emergency shelter for young adults
• Affordable Housing
• Referrals to Local Agencies • Education & Employment Assistance
• Life Skills
• Legal Services
• Transportation
• Transitional Housing for Young Adults
• Food Bags, Backpacks, Laundry, and Hygiene Bags for youth and young adults

Posada’s programs assist homeless families with children, young adults, veterans and individuals in Pueblo County. Everyone must meet the definition of “homeless” to receive services.

You may be homeless if you…

  • Are living in a car, park, abandoned building or on the streets.
  • Are living in housing without running water or electricity and have no way to afford other housing.
  • Are in an emergency shelter.
  • Are in transitional or supportive housing for homeless persons.
  • Are in a hospital or other institution up to 30 consecutive days but normally live in one of the above places.
  • Are being evicted within a week from a private dwelling and cannot afford other housing.
  • Are being discharged within a week from a mental health institution, substance abuse treatment facility, jail or prison that you have been at for 30 consecutive days and cannot afford any other housing.
  • Are fleeing a domestic violence housing situation and cannot afford any other housing.
  • Are in a place that you don’t feel safe because of the behaviors of a caretaker, friend or relative.
  • Are being threatened or harmed because of your documentation status.
Contact a Posada Case Manager at 719-545-8776 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Posada has a very small amount of funding to assist individuals with transportation. People must speak with a case manager to determine eligibility.
Posada is unable to pay for birth certificates, but if you are applying to the Department of Social Services for assistance, they can assist you with obtaining them. Cooperative Care Center has a program to reinstate ID’s and birth certificates.
Posada does not offer mail services.
We do not offer phone services.
Posada receives a small amount of funding to assist with utilities and rent. People are asked to contact a case manager to discuss eligibility 719-545-8776 xtn 4.
Posada offers program specific food distribution, referrals are also provided through Cooperative Care, The Salvation Army, the Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen.
Posada has a number of housing and rent assistance programs. We manage four apartment complexes that are open to the community for housing.
Posada does not accept clothing donations at this time.
Posada does not accept donations of TV’s.
Donation drop-off and pick-up can be coordinated by calling 719-545-8776 xtn 6.