Father Woody’s serves over 800 meals each day to people in Denver who are experiencing homelessness, while also comprehensively addressing basic needs and employment support. Father Woody’s is known as the “Brown Palace for the homeless”, partly because of the restaurant-style service provided. Rather than waiting in line for their food, guests are seated and served a meal by volunteers and staff, restoring a sense of dignity. Father Woody’s provides hot breakfast, a hot four-course lunch, and a sack lunch for those clients that work in the community. Father Woody’s also meets basic needs by offering haircuts, toiletries, over the counter medications, an eye clinic, sleeping bags, and backpacks. Father Woody’s assists clients in staying connected to the community by providing phone service, internet access, and mailboxes for receiving written correspondence and securing important documents. Father Woody’s employment readiness services provide training in basic job skills, opportunities to work within the organization, and pathways to long-term employment.