Featured Video Play Icon

Danni says “it’s complicated, it’s hard, and homelessness is not fun”. Danni first ended up on the streets of Denver when her mom was evicted. She tried staying with family, but when that didn’t work out she had to face the horrible reality of homelessness.

For the first few days, Danni was literally sleeping outside, which for a young woman, or any woman for that matter, can be extremely dangerous.

Good news, Danni’s future is bright. She has a job and she’s going to have her first apartment soon, thanks to the help she receives from Urban Peak. Please support the local organizations that are helping homeless youth get off the streets.

Special thanks to Urban Peak.

This Invisible People road trip is made possible by  Sevenly and Virgin Mobile USA, who are partnering to end youth homelessness through Virgin Mobile USA’s initiative, RE*Generation. For more information please click here.

Invisible People

Invisible People


We imagine a world where everyone has a place to call home. Until then, we strive to be the most trusted source for homelessness.

Related Topics

Get the Invisible People newsletter


Homeless Man on the Streets of NYC after His Wife Died


Young Homeless Woman Living in RV in Seattle


Homeless Woman Sleeps next to the Street to Avoid Arrest


homeless man in austin




The Little Things that Make Homelessness Hard

tiny home village for homeless people

Despite Mixed Reviews, Tiny Home Villages for Homeless People Are Growing

unaffordable housing and ban on roommates

Shawnee, Kansas Bans Roommates, Making Housing Even More Out of Reach

Poverty and homelessness in Hawaii

A Look at Poverty and Homelessness in Native and Indigenous Communities

Get the Invisible People newsletter