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http://www.denverpost.com/technology/ci_8347763

Denver building on new ideas for helping homeless

By Christopher N. Osher=20
The Denver Post

02/24/2008


 Recovering alcoholic Paula Holland will move into her new subsidized =
apartment in Denver on March 1. Holland has been participating in a =
transitional residential treatment program that is designed to help her =
get her life back on track. (Nathan W. Armes, Special to The Denver Post =
)
Armed with data showing there's a hidden cost to leaving the unemployed, =
mentally ill and alcoholics alone on the streets, Denver officials are =
pushing forward with a $20 million plan to build 200 new housing units =
for the homeless.=20

The plan is in keeping with Mayor John Hickenlooper's homelessness =
initiative, which holds that the past patchwork system of shelters =
wasn't the best way to tackle the issue.=20

The proposal is still being finalized and then, depending on financial =
terms, could go before the City Council this spring. The council has =
emphasized the need to spread the housing instead of clustering it in =
strongholds of poverty. While support seems strong among most council =
members, some reservations persist over that issue, which could raise =
the ire of some neighborhood activists.=20

"I can't emphasize enough the importance of this project moving away =
from the traditional islands of poverty that just warehouse folks," =
Councilman Paul Lopez said during a recent council committee meeting on =
the subject.=20

The administration, sensitive to those concerns, is pledging to make =
sure the housing is spread around the city, in areas close to mass =
transit. They are also promising to include on-site managers.=20

"We would really do our due diligence and make sure these facilities are =
not in the same old spots," said Roxane White, director of Denver's =
Department of Human Services.=20

In the past, the emphasis was on getting a homeless person an emergency =
meal and bed for the night. Now, the Hickenlooper administration is =
stressing the need to get behind the root problems that cause =
homelessness in the first place.=20

And the best way to do that, officials say, is to provide actual, =
long-term housing first.=20

The homeless placed in the new units can stay for months, where they =
will be encouraged to take advantage of intensive support services, such =
as drug- addiction counseling, job training and medication for mental =
illnesses.=20

Savings can be big=20

It's a theory that first took hold in Philadelphia. More than 300 =
communities, including Denver, have now embraced it.=20

A two-year study by Denver CARES, Denver Health Medical Center's =
addiction rehabilitation and detox facility, found that the number of =
emergency admissions dropped by 76 percent among 82 clients directed =
into housing programs. The number of admissions dropped from 3,701 to =
899.=20

Because detox treatment is so expensive, those reductions represented =
big cost savings, to the tune of more than $500,000, Denver officials =
say.=20

But Councilwoman Jeanne Faatz remains a persistent critic. She argues =
that voters didn't get to have a say on the proposal after the =
administration declined to put the new housing in the recent $550 =
million bond package that voters approved.=20

"This is a blatant violation of the trust of the voters," Faatz said =
during a recent meeting. "This is a way to go around the voters. They =
have been so generous to Denver, and then to turn around and slap them . =
. ."=20

She remains suspicious that the new housing will produce actual cost =
savings to the general fund and worries that promised federal and state =
funds might dry up.=20

Only by taking away the emergency pressures of surviving day to day on =
the streets can the homeless actually stabilize and get back on the road =
toward becoming productive members of society, administration officials =
counter.=20

"What we now know is that once we move them indoors and surround them =
with services, there is a cost of moving them off the streets," said =
Jamie Van Leeuwen, the project manager for the mayor's initiative =
against homelessness. "But compared to the cost of them living on the =
streets, there is a significant difference."=20

One success story=20

Denver CARES was where Paula Holland ended up after three months on a =
friend's sofa. The friend called police after Holland's vodka drinking =
got out of control.=20

Holland had crashed at her friend's place upon returning to Denver after =
spending four years as a semi driver in Fort Worth, Texas. The isolation =
of the truck-driving job brought her back to Denver, where she hoped to =
find new work and the supportive embrace of friends.=20

Instead, she found no work and resorted to drinking to deaden the pain. =
She would smoke cigarettes and drink the vodka until the bottle was =
empty and stop just long enough to buy another bottle.=20

"It was about getting numb and getting away from it all, and then I =
wanted to get away from that too, but I didn't know how," Holland said =
during a recent interview.=20

>From Denver CARES, she got enrolled in a supportive housing program in =
August provided by Arapahoe House at the Wright Center - the type of =
housing Denver is looking to create. Her case worker there enrolled her =
in a job-training program that taught her cooking skills.=20

Holland went on to an internship as a cook at the Wright Center, where =
she learned how to judge proper portions for about 20 other residents.=20

Last week, she talked about how recent job interviews as a cook at a =
club looked promising. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, she said she =
finally got the proper dose of medication and no longer experiences the =
crashing lows that once paralyzed her.=20

She is graduating from the Wright Center and moving into a studio =
apartment in Capitol Hill, where her rent will remain subsidized. Once =
she gets a job, she's expected to pay up to 30 percent of her income =
toward rent there. She can stay there for two years until she is able to =
live fully on her own.=20

"Without all this, I'd have probably been in the grave," Holland said.=20

Christopher N. Osher: 303-954-1747 or cosher@denverpost.com=20


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Founded 11-28-99
25 Granite Street
Northfield,N.H. 03276-1640 USA
Advocates,activists for disabled,displaced human rights.
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http://www.missingkids.com
http://www.nationalhomeless.org
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<P>Armed with data showing there's a hidden cost to leaving the =
unemployed,=20
mentally ill and alcoholics alone on the streets, Denver officials are =
pushing=20
forward with a $20 million plan to build 200 new housing units for the =
homeless.=20

<P>The plan is in keeping with Mayor John Hickenlooper's homelessness=20
initiative, which holds that the past patchwork system of shelters =
wasn't the=20
best way to tackle the issue.=20
<P>The proposal is still being finalized and then, depending on =
financial terms,=20
could go before the City Council this spring. The council has emphasized =
the=20
need to spread the housing instead of clustering it in strongholds of =
poverty.=20
While support seems strong among most council members, some reservations =
persist=20
over that issue, which could raise the ire of some neighborhood =
activists.=20
<P>"I can't emphasize enough the importance of this project moving away =
from the=20
traditional islands of poverty that just warehouse folks," Councilman =
Paul Lopez=20
said during a recent council committee meeting on the subject.=20
<P>The administration, sensitive to those concerns, is pledging to make =
sure the=20
housing is spread around the city, in areas close to mass transit. They =
are also=20
promising to include on-site managers.=20
<P>"We would really do our due diligence and make sure these facilities =
are not=20
in the same old spots," said Roxane White, director of Denver's =
Department of=20
Human Services.=20
<P>In the past, the emphasis was on getting a homeless person an =
emergency meal=20
and bed for the night. Now, the Hickenlooper administration is stressing =
the=20
need to get behind the root problems that cause homelessness in the =
first place.=20

<P>And the best way to do that, officials say, is to provide actual, =
long-term=20
housing first.=20
<P>The homeless placed in the new units can stay for months, where they =
will be=20
encouraged to take advantage of intensive support services, such as =
drug-=20
addiction counseling, job training and medication for mental illnesses.=20
<P><B><I>Savings can be big=20
<P></B></I>It's a theory that first took hold in Philadelphia. More than =
300=20
communities, including Denver, have now embraced it.=20
<P>A two-year study by Denver CARES, Denver Health Medical Center's =
addiction=20
rehabilitation and detox facility, found that the number of emergency =
admissions=20
dropped by 76 percent among 82 clients directed into housing programs. =
The=20
number of admissions dropped from 3,701 to 899.=20
<P>Because detox treatment is so expensive, those reductions represented =
big=20
cost savings, to the tune of more than $500,000, Denver officials say.=20
<P>But Councilwoman Jeanne Faatz remains a persistent critic. She argues =
that=20
voters didn't get to have a say on the proposal after the administration =

declined to put the new housing in the recent $550 million bond package =
that=20
voters approved.=20
<P>"This is a blatant violation of the trust of the voters," Faatz said =
during a=20
recent meeting. "This is a way to go around the voters. They have been =
so=20
generous to Denver, and then to turn around and slap them =
.&nbsp;.&nbsp;."=20
<P>She remains suspicious that the new housing will produce actual cost =
savings=20
to the general fund and worries that promised federal and state funds =
might dry=20
up.=20
<P>Only by taking away the emergency pressures of surviving day to day =
on the=20
streets can the homeless actually stabilize and get back on the road =
toward=20
becoming productive members of society, administration officials =
counter.=20
<P>"What we now know is that once we move them indoors and surround them =
with=20
services, there is a cost of moving them off the streets," said Jamie =
Van=20
Leeuwen, the project manager for the mayor's initiative against =
homelessness.=20
"But compared to the cost of them living on the streets, there is a =
significant=20
difference."=20
<P><B><I>One success story=20
<P></B></I>Denver CARES was where Paula Holland ended up after three =
months on a=20
friend's sofa. The friend called police after Holland's vodka drinking =
got out=20
of control.=20
<P>Holland had crashed at her friend's place upon returning to Denver =
after=20
spending four years as a semi driver in Fort Worth, Texas. The isolation =
of the=20
truck-driving job brought her back to Denver, where she hoped to find =
new work=20
and the supportive embrace of friends.=20
<P>Instead, she found no work and resorted to drinking to deaden the =
pain. She=20
would smoke cigarettes and drink the vodka until the bottle was empty =
and stop=20
just long enough to buy another bottle.=20
<P>"It was about getting numb and getting away from it all, and then I =
wanted to=20
get away from that too, but I didn't know how," Holland said during a =
recent=20
interview.=20
<P>From Denver CARES, she got enrolled in a supportive housing program =
in August=20
provided by Arapahoe House at the Wright Center =97 the type of housing =
Denver is=20
looking to create. Her case worker there enrolled her in a job-training =
program=20
that taught her cooking skills.=20
<P>Holland went on to an internship as a cook at the Wright Center, =
where she=20
learned how to judge proper portions for about 20 other residents.=20
<P>Last week, she talked about how recent job interviews as a cook at a =
club=20
looked promising. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, she said she finally =
got the=20
proper dose of medication and no longer experiences the crashing lows =
that once=20
paralyzed her.=20
<P>She is graduating from the Wright Center and moving into a studio =
apartment=20
in Capitol Hill, where her rent will remain subsidized. Once she gets a =
job,=20
she's expected to pay up to 30 percent of her income toward rent there. =
She can=20
stay there for two years until she is able to live fully on her own.=20
<P>"Without all this, I'd have probably been in the grave," Holland =
said.=20
<P><I>Christopher N. Osher: 303-954-1747 or <A=20
href=3D"mailto:cosher@denverpost.com">cosher@denverpost.com</A> =
</I><SPAN=20
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