Warren Village
Mercy Housing
Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved

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Warren Village


Who we are
Warren Village exists to help low income single parent families achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency—and to sustain it. Single parents living at Warren Village are dedicated to improving their lives and creating a better future for their children and themselves.

What we do
Our comprehensive program is designed to get our clients on solid footing so that when they leave us they’re ready to create sustainable stability for themselves and their families. That’s why our clients complete a rigorous program that includes working or attending school full-time, attending life skills classes and volunteering.  Living at Warren Village is not a handout, it’s a hand up.

To help them achieve their goals, we provide our clients with:

Affordable housing.  Residence at Warren Village is not an entitlement but rather a privilege, earned by progress toward specific personal and economic self-sufficiency goals.

Early care and education.  Our nationally accredited and 4-Star Qualistar-rated learning center provides on-site licensed early childhood education for up 106 infant, toddler and preschool children plus an after school program for school age children.

Family Services.  Skilled and dedicated family advocates help residents set goals and plan for their future by providing support and guidance in the areas of career counseling, education, financial planning and much more.

Program Overview
Get involved. Each year more than 1,500 volunteers donate their time to various activities at Warren Village. Would you like to be one of them? Learn about ways you can make a difference.


Mercy Housing


We're redefining affordable, low-income housing.

Mercy Housing, a national nonprofit organization, is working to build a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential. We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, revitalize neighborhoods and stabilize lives.

Mercy Housing is one of the nation’s largest affordable housing organizations. We participate in the development, preservation, management and/or financing of affordable, program-enriched housing across the country. Mercy Housing serves a variety of populations with housing projects for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs. We acquire and renovate existing housing, as well as develop new affordable rental properties.

Mercy Housing is redefining affordable housing by creating a stable foundation where our residents can explore their potential, supported by practical resident programs such as health classes, financial education, employment initiatives, parenting and after-school programs for children.


Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved

The Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved
We know that health is a basic and essential part of life, and we face countless choices, opportunities, and situations that collectively affect our ability to achieve our best health. At CCMU, we work to put healthy choices and opportunities within reach for all Coloradans. We are all about doing.

Our strategic plan guides our work. We educate Colorado’s leaders and communities about the issues and experiences facing the medically underserved, we advocate for good public policy and systems changes, and we facilitate community- and resident-driven health initiatives.

We activate our expertise and our network of connections to identify and seize opportunities, develop solutions, come to agreement on tactics, plan courses of action, and create real differences for Coloradans.

We do not receive more or less funding based on decisions made, so we are able to truly work for best practices and the most sustainable solutions without any outside agenda. In our role at the Capitol, we help develop and support effective public policy that improves access to quality, timely, affordable care for Coloradans. We are also committed to supporting local communities in their health care system transformation efforts and improving quality of care while reducing costs.

Launched in 1997, by then-President of the Colorado Medical Society, Dr. Gary VanderArk, and independently incorporated in 2003, CCMU has always had a diverse membership of health care providers, policy and decision makers, industry experts, advocates, and individuals. A Board of Directors provides stewardship and oversight of the work of CCMU.

We are a trusted source of information. We are politically prudent. We are strategic. And of course, we are passionate. We are leading change for a healthier Colorado.


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