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Joshua Station (Mile High Ministries)
Mission statement

We seek God’s peace for our city through the creative, compassionate, and prayerful development of people and communities.

Since 1988, we have cultivated communities of hope and healing in the heart of our beloved city, Denver. We put our mission into action through supportive housing, leadership development, and initiatives that strengthen our neighbors’ capacity to thrive.

Brief description of services provided

Joshua Station is a two-year intensive program for families experiencing homelessness – a supportive pathway toward healing and self-sufficiency. Our residents share a culture of mutual encouragement, together with on-site staff and volunteers. Supported by our family advocates and program team, our residents chart a path toward stable housing. They work their plan—step by step, personally and practically—for two years.

Type of organization
Long Term or Permanent Supportive Housing
Transitional Housing/Short Term Residential Program
Good to know (internal only)

Families only (Single or 2 Parent).

No Sex Offenses. Income & 90 days of Sobriety before application process Required (UA drug testing).

Addt’l Req found here. (

Faith-based but no religious reqs.


Referral & Intake

Rooms often available.

Submit online interest form >Phone Screen > Attend Orientation > Complete Application > Final Interview

Service details (internal only)

1-2 year transitional housing for families. Private room with shared kitchen. Rent determined on case-by-case (usually ~$200/month). Pets: Service animals only

Service Reqs: Counseling, Employment/Education, Youth Programming 

On-site Residential Services: Case Management, Legal Services, Child & Adult Therapy, Employment Services (skills & employer connect), Youth Services (tutoring, mentorship, enrichment), Education (GED, ESL, Higher Ed pathway support), Life Skills Training (planning, financial lit, parenting, health, relationships), Family Advocates (CM & help developing & implementing personalized Family Action plan)

Additional Information

Ages served
Adults, Accompanied minors
Genders served
All Genders
Specializations/Sensitive to
Immigrants, Refugees, Survivors of DV-SA-IPV
Language capacity
English, Spanish
Faith-based organization
Insurance required?
Services provided if legal status is unclear

Hours of Operation

9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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