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Key Info

With access to basic needs, the most vulnerable members of our community can redirect energy and resources toward achieving a higher standard of living.


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Adult Services

Case Management

Accompaniment is our hallmark. We walk with clients in their suffering and in their healing.


Our Marian House Navigation Team assists clients find the service they need as quickly as possible through Catholic Charities programs, on-site partners, or referrals. View our Marian house Services Guide in Engish or Spanish.

Legal Assistance

We provide access to legal services and advice by appointment only.

Mail Service

Clients who are working in case managerment with Catholic Charities can register to use the Marian House – 14 W Bijou – as a permanent mailing address. An ID is required to sign up.

Mail pick-up is M – F, 9 – 10 a.m.


We provide IDs and birth certificate replacement services which are vital for housing, work, benefits, etc. Clients must be enrolled in a Catholic Charities iprogram. Bring any identification or substantiating documents to your appointment. Appointments can be made by calling 719-866-6284

Shelter Referrals

Emergency & temporary shelter referrals, transitional housing, and long-term housing referrals are made to local partners.

Case management is the method we use to support healing and change. The case management process involves:

  • Active listening, hearing strengths and motivations 
  • Assessment of areas of need, strengths, and readiness for change
  • Client-led goal-setting
  • Identifying internal and external resources needed
  • Follow up with client on their utilization of resources and progress toward goals

Important to our practice working with people toward change are key principles of trauma-informed care, whole-person care, motivational interviewing, and strengths-based case management. 


Richard Sans Soucy, Disability Lawyer

Appointments only: Available first Tuesday of each month, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Appointments made through the Hanifen Center Front Desk: 719.866.6445

General Services

Richard K Eitel Law Office

Appointments only: Every Wednesday

Appointments made through the Hanifen Center Front Desk: 719.866.6445

Emergency and temporary shelter/housing referrals, transitional housing, and long-term housing referrals are made to a number of local partner agencies.

Family Promise

Partners in Housing

Rocky Mountain Human Services

Salvation Army @ RJ Montgomery Center

Springs Rescue Mission


Marian House Campus

14 West Bijou Street

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. by appointment (Appointments preferred)
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. walk-in (as time between appointments allows)