Gilmore supports The Denver Rescue Mission and their rehabilitation center, The Crossing, helping many men and women transition from a life of addiction and solitude to recovery and salvation.
The Crossing is a residential community that provides long-term rehabilitation and transitional housing to people and families who want self-sufficiency and to contribute to the community.
Once a dilapidated hotel, the two-building, 96,000 square foot outreach at 6090 Smith Road in Denver “consists of 149 living units for nearly 500 participants in the Mission’s New Life Program, Post-Graduate Program, STAR Transitional Housing Program and Respite Programs. It also includes two computer labs, a 38-machine laundry facility, work-out room, Denver Broncos Youth Center, playground, and outdoor basketball/volleyball courts and amphitheater. The Crossing also serves as a temporary home for for Mission interns and visitors. Men, women and children caught in the cycle of poverty and homelessness are referred by various shelters and social service agencies, or seek out The Crossing independently.”