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Living Well Showers

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Looking for information on what is being done to respond to homelessness in Arvada? Visit the Homelessness in Arvada webpage.

Donations and volunteers needed! Scroll down to How Can I help?

What is the Living Well Shower?

The  Living Well Shower is a shower trailer used by and shared with various metro communities to provide those who are experiencing homelessness the opportunity to stay clean and healthy. Bethlehem Lutheran Church has offered to share the use of their Living Well Shower Trailer in partnership with the City of Arvada at no cost.

Where is the Shower located?

Weather permitting, the Living Well Shower will visit  The Community Table (Arvada Community Food Bank) on Friday mornings from 9 a.m. until noon. The trailer will be parked on the east side of the building. This location was chosen to mitigate any impacts on surrounding property owners. 

How Can I Help?


Bring items to City Hall Main Entrance on 59th and Ammons Street.‚Äč

  • Socks, underwear and undershirts for both male and female adults. New in package only please.
  • Travel size shampoo, conditioner, lotion, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, wipes.


Volunteer on Friday mornings from 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. beginning April 20.

  • Driver/Setup: Drive manual transmission truck pulling 24 foot trailer. Set up trailer and shower site. 
  • Shower Preparation Hosts: Prepare shower bays. 

If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the  Living Well Shower sign up link. Go to the April calendar (Fridays, beginning April 20) to view volunteer opportunities for Arvada. Once you sign up, a representative from the Living Well Shower program will contact you with more information. Thank you for volunteering to help with this important program.


Living Well Shower Program
Jennifer Leasure

City of Arvada
City Manager's Office

Additional Information

Looking for information on metro-wide resources available to those experiencing homelessness? Visit  Jefferson County Homelessness Resources.