Housing FAQs

Who qualifies for Urban Peak housing?
Urban Peak provides several transitional housing options for teens and young adults ages 16 through 24 who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. If you are 16-24 and are homeless or near homeless, you may qualify for Urban Peak housing. Please talk with a staff member of our housing program for more details about the definition of homeless or near homeless.

Does Urban Peak provide rental assistance and deposit?
Urban Peak provides assistance only for youth accessing one of Urban Peak’s housing programs.

What ages do the Urban Peak Housing Programs serve?
Depending on the program, the age range is 16 up to 25.

Do you serve domestic partners in your housing programs?
No, Urban Peak does not serve domestic partners in our housing programs.

Do you serve families in your housing programs?
Yes, some of our housing programs serve single parents.

If I have been convicted of a felony, do I qualify for any of your housing programs?
Yes, some of our housing programs will accept you depending on the felony.

If I have been convicted of a sex offense, do I qualify for any of your housing programs?
No, unfortunately, if you have been convicted of a sex offense, you will not qualify for any housing program at Urban Peak.

Do I need to be homeless to access Urban Peak’s Housing Programs?
Yes, you need to be homeless or near homeless in order to access Urban Peak’s Housing programs.

What is the typical wait time to obtain housing?
The typical wait time to receive housing through Urban Peak if you qualify is one to four months.

How many units of housing does Urban Peak manage?
In total, Urban Peak manages approximately 120 transitional housing units in Denver.