Social Return on Investment Profile: Stout Street Health Center and Renaissance Stout Street Lofts

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A look at how combining homes with health care services can effectively meet the needs of the homeless.

When Stout Street Health Center and Renaissance Stout Street Lofts opened their doors in 2014, they allowed the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless to provide Denver’s most vulnerable residents with the comprehensive resources they need to rebuild their lives. Made possible by an investment from the Enterprise Community Loan Fund, the development created stable homes and a large health center dedicated to providing physical and mental health care and social services for Denver’s homeless. The Lofts provides 78 homes, and the Health Center serves 13,000 patients, including 1,000 children, each year.

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