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Homelessness in Aurora

Resources for service organizations are at the bottom of this page. 

Everyone deserves a safe, warm place to sleep. The city of Aurora is committed to preventing and ending homelessness by connecting those without shelter to resources, support, and services to help them regain stability and improve well-being. While health and human services typically fall to county governments (Aurora sits in three counties), the Aurora City Council has designated significant resources to support programs and partnerships with community and nonprofit organizations, to assist those experiencing homelessness and those at risk of homelessness.

Download the city's Homeless Services Resource Guide

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 Spanish Homeless Guide

Current state of homelessness in Aurora  

Homeless Assistance 

The city is not a direct service provider and funds agencies in the community to provide direct services to individuals experiencing homelessness.

Aurora Regional Navigation Campus

The city is working on establishing a regional navigation campus to support those experiencing homelessness and provide homeless prevention services. Learn more about this project at

Outreach Team 

The city works with community partners such as Mile High Behavioral Healthcare to form an outreach team to help address homelessness in the community. The outreach team is not an enforcement entity. Instead, they engage with people who are camping, living out of their vehicle or RV and work with them to access services in the community. Members of this outreach team are trained professionals with years of experience working with people experiencing homelessness. 

County Human Services  

Counties, as the lead health and human services agencies at the local level, also provide assistance to those experiencing homelessness. Follow the links to learn more about the programs available by county. 

Housing Programs

The city supports residents with a variety of housing programs to help keep them in their homes. For a list of programs, visit

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