Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is the oldest, full-service Christian organization in the Rocky Mountain region. They have been meeting the needs of the poor and homeless through emergency services, community outreach, long-term rehabilitation, transitional programs and assistance for permanent housing since 1892.
As Denver Rescue Mission continued to thrive, they realized their homegrown databases were unable to keep up with their needs. They needed a case management system that could put all of their information in one location. They were struggling to run accurate reports and outcomes. Staying HMIS compliant also became a challenge. Simply put, they were wasting valuable time and money and had outgrown their current system.
About Denver Rescue Mission
Denver Rescue Mission has six different locations throughout Denver and two in northern Colorado. Each location serves a unique and vital role in helping address issues related to homelessness and in helping those experiencing homelessness to return to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
- Emergency Services
- Community Outreach
- Long-term rehabilitation programs
- Transitional programs
- Assistance for permanent housing