Community Listening Sessions on Data

Do you...

-Provide frontline emergency services, shelter, outreach or resources to people experiencing homelessness?

-Work in a program funded by CoC, ESG, PATH, RHYA, HOPWA, or VA?

-Have current or lived experience with homelessness?

-Fund or evaluate programs in Metro Denver serving at-risk or persons experiencing homelessness?

-Lead a government entity, collaborative or department whose role is to address housing or homelessness?

-Take an active role in ending homelessness across Metro Denver?


You are invited to participate in a community listening session on the role of data in a homeless crisis response system. These community listening sessions will take place in June 2018 across the Metro Denver region, and will help inform MDHI as to the needs, wants, concerns and strategy for the next steps of developing our regional data systems.

Each community listening session is designed to be small, to facilitate open dialogue and forward-thinking conversations: while we'd love to hear from everyone, please select up to five representatives per organization to attend so we can hear from the broadest set of stakeholders possible. RSVPs are required as space is limited. All sessions are the same content so you only need to sign-up for one. If you have any questions, you can email Ian Fletcher at

6/19/18 at 1:30PM in Aurora

6/20/18 at 9:30AM in Westminster

6/20/18 at 1:00PM in Longmont