Champa House (2019)

In 2019, HomeAid partnered with Taylor Morrison, completing a multi-unit renovation of Champa House, a transitional home run by Providence Network.

Exterior of Champa House

Providence Network is a network of six housing communities that support and rally around people who are seeking to transform their lives. The units at Champa House are slated specifically for individuals transitioning from addiction and homelessness, back into society. The ability to have a stable place to call home, with the support of a community, gives individuals a chance to get back on their feet and work toward a brighter future.

Led by builder captain Taylor Morrison, four apartments were transformed with new cabinets, appliances, remodeled bathrooms, flooring, paint, and window coverings.

Metrostudy supplied new kitchen items for the residents

“Developing a sense of community is one of the most important steps in recovery.” said Ricarda Dietsch, Division President at Taylor Morrison. “Taylor Morrison is proud to renovate not only the apartments but the main gathering area for the residents to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community.”

Volunteers from Taylor Morrison Denver spread some holiday cheer; decking the halls with wreaths for every unit, garland on the stairway banister, and a big tree that lights up the room.

HomeAid and Providence Network hosted the project dedication at Champa House on Wednesday, October 30th, 2019.

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