The Denver Joint Task Force on Homelessness is a collaboration among multiple partners working to support people experiencing homelessness in Denver. Convened in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 emergency, the Denver Joint Task Force on Homelessness now works to address broader issues related to public health, service provision, housing, and more. Its members include representatives from the Denver Department of Public Health &Environment, the Denver Department of Housing Stability, Denver Health and Hospital Authority, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, and the Homeless Leadership Council.
The Denver Joint Task Force on Homelessness collaboratively creates and advocates for trauma-responsive, person-centered systems and services that promote health, equity, and choice among people experiencing homelessness.
The Denver Joint Task Force on Homelessness has created a Strategic Plan(PDF, 244KB) to help guide the work this group does.