AURORA WARMS THE NIGHT WELCOMES YOU
Shelter & Services for Aurora's homeless.
Aurora Warms the Night (AWTN) shelters those experiencing homelessness in the winter when temperatures reach 20 degrees or colder. Year round services include meals, warm clothing, hygiene items, transportation to shelter, laundry vouchers, bus passes, partner agency referrals, and advocacy. We operate these services in order to ensure families and individuals meet their most basic needs, learn new skills, and access resources to transition out of homelessness.
By partnering with providers, we are helping to break the cycle of homelessness through comprehensive services. Our partner provider services are located onsite in our building and include mental health services, health care clinics, workforce education for clients including resume writing, interviewing skills, job coaching assistance, food assistance (SNAPS), SSI, and SSDI application assistance; and veterans’ services.
AWTN provides education to the community regarding homelessness, including presentations to schools, faith-based community, corporations, and community organizations.
All services are provided free of charge to those experiencing homelessness.
OUR INSPIRING MISSION
Connecting People with Housing, Shelter, Health and Hope
Our mission is simple: to help those in need. We strive to assist those we work with in order for them to evolve into self-sufficient members of their communities. Aurora Warms The Night is already making a major impact on the city with our countless initiatives and good deeds. We invite you to come join us in this beautiful cause.
WHAT WE DO
We strive to do it all here at Aurora Warms The Night. Our Public Services Organization provides a dynamic work environment where deadlines are met and goals are not only met, but they are exceeded. We work on many exciting initiatives to improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the work we do. Learn about our exciting initiatives, and what we are working on every day in order to promote change.
“Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do.”