What does Mi Casa do?
We provide a variety of services focused on helping working families achieve lasting economic success. While we target our services to Latinos in particular, we welcome everyone!
Explore the Programs section of our website to learn more about Mi Casa’s career training, small business development, and youth and family programs.
Where is Mi Casa?
Mi Casa has four locations in Denver:
Mi Casa Resource Center – Headquarters
Career and Business Development Programs, Administrative Offices
360 Acoma St.
Denver, CO 80223
Mi Casa Neighborhood Center on the Lake Campus
Out-of-school Academic and Enrichment Programs for Middle School Youth
Lake Middle School
1820 Lowell Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
Mi Casa Neighborhood Center at North High School
Out-of-school Academic and Enrichment Programs for High School Youth
North High School
2960 N. Speer Blvd
Denver, CO 80211
Mi Casa Innovation Lab in Northeast Park Hill
Career & Business training programs
Nancy P. Anschutz Center
3399 Holly St., Suite #134
Denver, CO 80207
Does Mi Casa provide housing assistance?
Mi Casa does not provide financial assistance to help with property rental or down payments. Please call Mi Casa’s reception for information on local housing resources.
Is Mi Casa a shelter?
Mi Casa is not a shelter for the homeless or women in abusive relationships. We refer individuals to other organizations in the area that specialize in these types of services. Please call Mi Casa’s reception for information on local shelters.
Does Mi Casa give legal advice?
Mi Casa is not a legal organization and has no attorneys on staff. However, on the third Tuesday of each month, Mi Casa hosts Legal Night from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at our Headquarters location – 360 Acoma Street. Lawyers from the Colorado Lawyers Committee and the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division come and meet with members of the public to answer their personal legal questions free of charge.
Does Mi Casa help only Latinos or only women?
Mi Casa’s mission is to advance the economic success of Latino families, and while our programs target Latinos, Mi Casa programs are open to ALL PEOPLE, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or any other factor.
How do I get more information on Mi Casa programs?
Explore our website for more information on Mi Casa’s programs, ways you can support our work, and testimonials from Mi Casa graduates. Or call (303) 539-5600 and the receptionist will connect you with the appropriate Mi Casa staff person.
Does Mi Casa need volunteers?
Mi Casa’s greatest need for volunteers is in our Career Center. If you think you have the skills and experience to help community job seekers improve their resume, cover letters and employment search strategy, we want to hear from you!