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  • How long will it take for my request to be reviewed?
    Requests are generally reviewed within a week. If it has been longer than a week since you made your request, please contact your service coordinator or MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org.
  • Can I receive mill levy funding to cover expenses related to the death of my family member with an intellectual or developmental disability (grief counseling, burial costs, etc.)?
    Mill levy funding to help cover the costs of death-related expenses can be requested for as long as six months following the person’s death.
  • Are there limits on the number of requests a person or family can make for funding assistance?
    There’s no limit to the number of requests or dollar amount that a person or family can submit. Each situation will be reviewed on an individual basis to determine what will best meet the person’s or family’s needs.
  • What documentation does RMHS need to process a request?
    An invoice, flier or screenshot from a website showing item/service, cost, vendor name and client name (in the case of a invoice).
  • What should I do if I have a concern about my mill levy funding request?
    RMHS encourages you to share your concern through its Client Assistance feedback process. Please contact RMHS at 303-636-5707 or clientassistance@rmhumanservices.org. An RMHS representative will contact you within 48 hours. Your feedback will enable us to continue to improve this important resource for you and other Denver residents.
  • How do I apply for funding assistance?
    If you receive service coordination from RMHS, please contact your service coordinator to submit an individual request. If you do not receive services from RMHS, please complete the Funding Assistance Request available on our website.
  • Do I need to be designated as a nonprofit to request funding for a project?
    No, the funding process for projects is open to individuals, nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses.
  • Are there any restrictions to what mill levy can fund?
    Examples* of services and supports that are not covered include: Temporary shelter Travel Vehicle repairs Legal fees Purchase of a vehicle Non-essential furniture Service or support available through another resource *The list above do not include everything that may or may not be covered under the Client Assistance Program. If you have questions about an individual request, email MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org.
  • How will I receive payment for an approved request?
    When possible, RMHS will pay for approved requests via check made out directly to the vendor or provider. Individuals and families can work with the service coordinator to mail the check to the individual’s or family’s home if that is preferred over mailing to the vendor or provider. When a vendor or provider does not accept checks for payment, the service coordinator can assist in arranging for credit card payment. RMHS does not reimburse individuals or families for previously incurred expenses. Regardless of method of payment, receipts for purchases must be submitted to RMHS as soon as possible after the purchase is made.
  • Where do I go if I have questions about secure messaging?
    We have a library of Mimecast FAQs which are available at https://rmhs.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/sections/360003242593-Mimecast-FAQs
  • ¿Cómo puedo participar con RMHS?
    Agradecemos enormemente el apoyo de la comunidad, y hay muchas oportunidades para que usted pueda participar. Usted puede enviar su información de contacto en este formulario e indicar sus intereses; uno de los miembros de nuestro personal seguirá contigo. También puede hacer una gran diferencia en las vidas de las personas y familias que servimos haciendo una donación.
  • Am I eligible for mill levy funding if my day program is in Denver but I don’t actually live in Denver?
    No. To be eligible, you must be a Denver resident.
  • How can I confirm residency?
    An individual is a Denver resident if he or she lives within the boundaries of the City and County of Denver. Your mailing address alone does not indicate whether you are a Denver resident. For example, you may be a Denver resident and have a Littleton address, or you may have a Denver address and be a resident of unincorporated Arapahoe County. To determine whether you are a current Denver resident, use the online property record search on the Denver assessor’s website. If the Denver assessor has a record of the property where you live, you are eligible for mill levy funding. There are some exceptions to this definition. If you believe you are a Denver resident, but your address does not have a Denver property record, please contact your service coordinator or email us at MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org.
  • Do I need to receive services from RMHS to be eligible for mill levy funding?
    No, to be eligible for Denver mill levy funding and services, you only need to be a current Denver resident and have a documented intellectual or developmental disability.
  • Foster care, kinship care and residency?"
    If a child is in the custody of Denver Human Services, then he or she is eligible for mill levy-funded services, regardless of whether he or she is placed in foster home or kinship care in Denver.
  • Do I need to be a Denver resident to be eligible for mill levy funding?
    Yes, to be eligible for Denver mill levy funding and services, you must be a current Denver resident and have a documented intellectual or developmental disability. You may also request mill levy funding if you suspect you may have an intellectual or developmental disability but you need assistance for testing.
  • ¿Cuidado de crianza, cuidado familiar y residencia?"
    Si un niño está bajo la custodia del Departamento de servicios humanos, entonces él o ella es elegible para servicios financiados por Mill Levy, no importa si él o ella esté en casa o parentesco guarda en Denver.
  • ¿Cómo puedo confirmar la residencia?
    Una persona es una residente si él o ella vive dentro de los límites de la ciudad y Condado de Denver. Su dirección de correo solamente no indica si usted es una residente de Denver. Por ejemplo, puede ser una residente de Denver y tener una dirección de Littleton, o puede tener una dirección de Denver y ser residente de un incorporado de el Condado de Arapahoe. Para determinar si usted es actual residente de Denver, utilice el registro de la propiedad en línea de búsqueda en el sitio web del Asesor de Denver. Si el asesor de Denver tiene un registro de la propiedad donde usted vive, usted es elegible para la financiación de Mill Levy. Si tienes un coordinador de servicios en RMHS, él o ella puede ayudarle a determinar la elegibilidad. También puede correo electrónico MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org para obtener ayuda.
  • ¿Es necesario ser residente de Denver para ser elegible para la financiación de Mill Levy?
    Sí, para ser elegible para fondos y servicios de Mill Levy Denver, usted debe ser residente actual de Denver y tener documentación de discapasidad intelectual o discapacidades del desarrollo. También puede solicitar Mill Levy fondos si usted sospecha que pueden tener una discapacidad intelectual o discapacidad del desarrollo, pero necesita ayuda para la prueba.
  • ¿Necesita recibir servicios de RMHS para ser elegible para la financiación de Mill levy?
    Para ser elegible para Mill Levy Denver recaudación de fondos y servicios, sólo necesita tener una actual residente de Denver y una documentada intelectual o discapacidades del desarrollo.
  • ¿Soy elegible para Mill Levy financiación si mi programa de día está en Denver pero realmente no vivo en Denver?
    No, Para ser elegible, debe ser una residente de Denver.
  • Financial Assistance and Support Services for People with Disabilities
    Resources for financial assistance for people with disabilities. This includes resources for vehicle and home modification to support persons with disabilities. Contact: 1-844-USA-GOV1 (1-844-872-4681) Disability Financial Support Website
  • Computer Help (Denver Public Library)
    The Denver Public Library offers loans of Chromebooks and Hotspots, instructions for how to use them, and a Digital Navigator call service that can provide free, ongoing help with acquiring and operating technology. Contact: Digital Navigator phone number: 720-865-3446 Digital Navigator email: dignav@denverlibrary.org Computer Help website
  • Internet Essentials from Comcast
    Get affordable high-speed Internet at home with Internet Essentials for eligible households ($9.95 per month + tax.) You may qualify if you are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others. Internet Essentials Website
  • Accessible Voting
    In Colorado, voters with a disability have the option to vote electronically. People can access their ballots 22 days before and on election day. Contact: (303) 894-2200 ext. 6343 (303) 869-4900 (fax) elections@sos.state.co.us Colorado Secretary of State Website
  • Support for Seniors and People with a Disability (Denver Area)
    Volunteers in Action is a Christian-based group that provides a supportive community for low-income seniors and people with a disability while building long lasting relationships. Volunteers support people in need in the areas of grocery shopping, reading for the blind, filling out forms, transportation and more. To request a volunteer, click here. Contact: (303) 713-9144 9185 East Kenyon Avenue, Suite 130 Denver, CO 80237 VIA Website
  • Home Builders Foundation
    The Home Builders Foundation of Metro Denver creates home modifications that meet their requisite criteria for families and individuals most in need. The modifications provide mobility options, based on financial need and funds available. Contact: (303) 551-6721 88 Inverness Circle East E104 Englewood, CO 80112 Home Builders Foundation Website
  • Neighbor Network for People over 60 (Located in Douglas County)
    Neighbor Network is a volunteer-based organization that offers support to adults over the age of 60 living in Douglas County. Based on availability, volunteers can provide support in the areas of transportation, grocery shopping, light housekeeping, seasonal yard upkeep and light handy work. In order to receive services, you must be a member and you can apply here. Contact: (303) 814-4300 104 Fourth Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104 ardc@douglas.co.us Neighbor Network Website
  • Free Medical Equipment for Loan (Located in Arvada)
    Dave’s Locker in Arvada Colorado is a free community medical equipment service that loans crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, shower stools, grab bars, canes, knee scooters, bathroom aids (and more) to anyone in need. To submit a loan request click here or visit their location. To donate to Dave's Locker, contact them by phone. Open: 10am-2pm Monday through Friday Contact: (720) 624-6486 DavesLocker@FAFPD.org 7903 Allison Way Arvada CO 80005 Dave’s Locker Website
  • Free Medical Equipment for Loan (Located in Denver)
    Volunteers in Action collects and lends out a variety of medical equipment for free based on availability. The organization offers equipment such as walkers, crutches, grabbers, sock pullers, shower seats and more. To apply for equipment you can either call, visit the location or request equipment here. Contact: 303-713-9144 donnh@viadenver.org 9185 East Kenyon Avenue, Suite 130 Denver, CO 80237 VIA Website
  • PCs for People
    PCs for People offers low-cost, professionally refurbished technology to those enrolled in a government assistance program. PCs for People has a retail location in the state of Colorado and offers online shopping and free standard shipping. Contact 651-354-2552 2492 Doswell Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108 PCs for People Website
  • Colorado Talking Book Library
    The Colorado Talking Book Library provides a free service for book borrowers unable to read standard print. The library has a variety of options to choose from, such as large print, braille, and audio formats. To access the services offered by CTBL, register as a member of the library here or at their Denver location. Contact: (303) 727-9277 ctbl.info@cde.state.co.us 180 Sheridan Blvd Denver, CO 80226 Library Website
  • How can I get involved with RMHS?
    We greatly appreciate support from the community, and there are many opportunities for you to get involved. You can submit your contact information using our contact form and indicate your interests; one of our staff members will follow up with you. You can also make a big difference in the lives of the individuals and families we serve by making a donation.
  • How long is the typical wait before I am selected to begin providing services for someone?
    EI: After the contract is approved, the provider must attend orientation, which will be scheduled as needed. Once the provider has completed orientation, he/she will be added to the referral list and can start responding to referrals. HHP: Placement is based on customer choice, timelines vary depending on finding a good match for both parties. PASAs: Referrals are made to service providers chosen by people enrolling in services, therefore it depends on when your agency is chosen by the individual and/or their family after your contract process is complete.
  • ¿Quién es el contacto principal de un cliente en RMHS?
    Cada individuo elegible para nuestros servicios tiene un contacto designado que ayuda a las personas para planificar servicios y conectarse a servicios en su comunidad. Según el programa usted es elegible para esa persona y dependiendo de los programas a los que califique el título de esa persona puede ser diferente. Individuos en nuestro programa de discapacidad del desarrollo tendran un coordinador de servicios mientras que las personas en nuestros programas militares tendrán un especialista veterano. Para descubrir quien es su contacto en RMHS, llámenos al (303) 636-5600, y le ayudaremos a averiguar quién es esa persona.
  • ¿Qué es un Buletin Comunitario?
    Buletin Centrado en la Comunidad (CCB) es una organización sin fines de lucro proporcionando servicios a personas con discapacidades del desarrollo. El estado hace contratos con veinte buletines comunitarios para ofrecer servicios basados en la comunidad. RMHS es el CCB designado para el Condado de Denver. Para ver todos los CCB en el estado de Colorado, por favor visite el Departamento de Colorado de Health Care Policy & lista de financiamiento en www.colorado.gov/pacific/hcpf/community-centered-boards.
  • ¿Qué documentación necesita RMHS para procesar una solicitud?
    Una factura, volante o captura de pantalla de un sitio web que muestra el artículo / servicio, el costo, el nombre del proveedor y el nombre del cliente (en el caso de una factura).
  • ¿Cuánto tiempo tomará para que mi solicitud sea revisada?
    Por lo general, las solicitudes se revisan en el plazo de una semana. Si ha pasado más de una semana desde que usted hizo su solicitud, por favor contacte a su coordinador de servicios o MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org.
  • Para solicitar fondos para un proyecto, ¿debo ser designado como una organización sin fines de lucro?"
    No, el proceso de financiación para proyectos está abierto a individuos, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y empresas con fines de lucro.
  • ¿Cómo aplico para la financiación de ayuda?
    Si usted recibe la coordinación de servicios de RMHS, póngase en contacto con su Coordinador de servicios para presentar una solicitud individual. Si no recibe servicios de RMHS, favor de completar la Financiación solicite asistencia disponible en nuestro sitio web.
  • ¿Cómo recibiré el pago por una solicitud aprobada?
    Cuando sea posible, RMHS pagará por las solicitudes aprobadas por medio de un cheque a nombre del vendedor o proveedor. Los individuos y las familias pueden trabajar con el coordinador de servicios para enviar por correo el cheque a la casa del individuo o de la familia si se prefiere en lugar de enviar por correo al vendedor o al proveedor. Cuando un vendedor o proveedor no acepta cheques para el pago, el coordinador de servicios puede ayudar a organizar el pago con tarjeta de crédito. RMHS no reembolsa a los individuos o a las familias por gastos incurridos previamente. Independientemente del método de pago, los recibos de las compras deben enviarse a RMHS tan pronto como sea posible después de que se realice la compra.
  • ¿Puedo recibir Fondos de Mill Levy para cubrir gastos relacionados con la muerte de mi familiar con una discapasidad intelectual o discapacidades del desarrollo (pena de consejería, gastos de entierro, etc.)?"
    Fondos de Mill Levy para ayudar a cubrir los costos de los gastos relacionados con la muerte se pueden solicitar hasta seis meses después de la muerte de la persona.
  • ¿Qué debo hacer si tengo alguna inquietud acerca de mi solicitud de financiamiento para el impuesto Mill levy?
    RMHS le anima a compartir su preocupación a través de su proceso de retroalimentación de Asistencia al Cliente. Póngase en contacto con RMHS en 303-636-5707 o en clientassistance@rmhumanservices.org. Un representante de RMHS se pondrá en contacto con usted dentro de 48 horas. Sus comentarios nos permitirán continuar mejorando este importante recurso para usted y otros residentes de Denver.
  • ¿Hay límites en el número de solicitudes de una persona o familia puede hacer para la financiación de ayuda?
    No hay límite al número de solicitudes o monto en dólares que puede presentar una persona o familia. Cada situación se revisará en forma individual para determinar lo que mejor responda a necesidades de la persona o familia.
  • ¿Hay alguna restricción para lo qué Mill Levy puede financiar?
    Ejemplos* de servicios y apoyos que no están cubiertos incluyen: Albergue temporal Viajar Reparaciones de vehiculos Honorarios legales Compra de un vehiculo Muebles no esenciales Servicio o soporte disponible a través de otro recurso. *Las listas anteriores no incluyen todo lo que puede o no estar cubierto por el Programa de Asistencia al Cliente. Si tienes preguntas sobre una petición individual, correo electrónico MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org.
  • Colorado Symphony Sensory Friendly Performance
    Colorado Symphony offers sensory friendly and affordable performances specifically designed for people with memory loss, autism, down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, and other conditions that might cause them to feel uncomfortable at concerts. These concerts create an inclusive environment to ensure everyone has access to live concerts. Contact: (303) 534-0732 jmartinez@coloradosymphony.org Colorado Symphony Website
  • Wilderness on Wheels
    Wilderness on Wheels provides easier access to the outdoors for people of all abilities, their families, friends and caregivers. The organization created a mile-long board walk in the Colorado Mountains for people to be able to go into the wilderness with a disability and have access to nature. Contact: (303) 403-1110 wildernessonwheels@gmail.com Wilderness on Wheels
  • Denver Art Museum
    The Denver Art Museum established Creativity Resource thanks to a generous grant from the Morgridge Family Foundation. The site provides online learning resources for anyone to learn art and creativity. Denver Art Museum Website
  • The Kennedy Center: Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems
    Mo Willems leads videos with activities to draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing. People of all ages have joined Mo Willems in his studio for weekday LUNCH DOODLES. Lunch Doodles Website​​​​​​​
  • History Colorado
    History Colorado offers an online learning resource that makes Colorado’s history accessible to communities and audiences of all ages. The digital learning resource gives people the opportunity to learn about Colorado’s history in a classroom or at home. History Colorado Website
  • History Colorado
    History Colorado ofrece un recurso de aprendizaje en línea que hace que la historia de Colorado sea accesible a comunidades y audiencias de todas las edades. El recurso de aprendizaje digital brinda a las personas la oportunidad de aprender sobre la historia de Colorado en una sala de clase o en casa. Sitio web de History Colorado
  • Adam's Camp (Located in Englewood)
    Adam's Camp provides a variety of therapeutic programs for children with special needs and their families, along with recreational programs for youth and young adults with moderate developmental disabilities. They offer Early Start Therapy Camps, Mountain Therapy Family Camps, Overnight Adventure Camps and Social Events. Contact: (303) 563-8290 Contact@adamscamp.org 56 Inverness Drive East #250 Englewood, CO 80012 Adams Camp Website
  • Storyline Online
    Storyline Online alberga una biblioteca de videos con historias leídas en voz alta. Storyline Online está disponible las 24 horas del día para niños, padres, cuidadores y educadores de todo el mundo. Sitio web de Storyline Online
  • Xcel Beyond
    Xcel Beyond brinda asistencia financiera a personas con discapacidades del desarrollo para actividades que de otro modo no podrían pagar. Xcel Beyond podría financiar el costo de las entradas para un concierto o partido de fútbol, equipos deportivos costosos y más. Elegibilidad Todas las solicitudes deben mejorar la vida y brindar oportunidades recreativas y experimentales. El solicitante debe tener una discapacidad del desarrollo y proporcionar algún comprobante de dicha discapacidad. El solicitante debe tener al menos 21 años. El solicitante debe participar en un programa residencial o un programa de vida asistida. Las solicitudes de financiación deben recibirse al menos 30 días antes de la actividad. Contacto: (303) 351-3935 Sitio web de Xcel Beyond
  • Got Jump
    El Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Parks abre sus puertas una hora antes de las 9 a.m. todos los primeros sábados para ofrecer los Sábados para Familias Especiales. Las familias especiales tienen la oportunidad de disfrutar de una hora de juego antes de que el público en general sea admitido al horario regular de las 10 a.m. Contacto: Lakewood location (303) 590-1580 Greenwood Village location (303) 586-5530 info@gotjump.com Got Jump Website
  • Colorado Community Church CHOSEN Special Needs Program
    Colorado Community Church creates an inclusive environment for children, youth and adults with special needs through adapted lessons and support. Multi- Sensory classrooms are available for children ages 4 years old to 5th grade who have cognitive, behavioral and emotional needs, as well as those who have experienced trauma. Parents can join a support group for children with cognitive, behavioral and emotional needs in the evenings. Contact: (303) 783-3838 blang@coloradocommunity.org Colorado Community Church
  • Friendship Circle of Colorado
    The Friendship Circle of Colorado offers programs and creative activities designed to cultivate relationships and create a difference in the lives of children and young adults with special needs, and their families. The one-to-one peer mentoring and social-recreational programs are provided in the homes, schools, and communities of Metro Denver and surrounding areas. Contact: (303) 792-7222 Friendship Circle of Colorado Website
  • Got Jump (Located in Lakewood & Greenwood Village)
    Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Parks opens their doors at an hour early at 9 a.m. every first Saturday for Special Family Saturdays. Special families are provided the opportunity to enjoy an hour of play before the general public is admitted at 10 a.m. Contact: Lakewood location (303) 590-1580 Greenwood Village location (303) 586-5530 info@gotjump.com Got Jump Website
  • Feeding Many
    Feeding Many owns a nine-acre parcel of land in Morrison, which is used to grow food for food banks in Colorado. The organization opens the garden to community members for free to teach them about gardening and bee keeping as well as planting trees during tree planting season. To learn how to sign up call or visit their location at: Contact: (303) 941-0375 4700 S Cole St. Morrison, CO 80465 Feeding Many Website
  • Continuum of Colorado
    Elevate 365 is a recreational, social and educational program that offers a variety of integrated activities to individuals three years of age and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Continuum empowers individuals of all abilities and offers services including Residential Services, Day and Seniors’ Choice activities, Family Caregiver, Supported Employment, and Home and Community Support. Contact: (303) 214-3370 Continuum of Colorado
  • Storyline Online
    Storyline Online hosts a library of videos featuring stories read aloud. Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Storyline Online​​​​​​​
  • Denver Youth Program Locator
    The Youth Program locator is a database of afterschool and summer programs for youth ages 3 to 18. The locator gives families the opportunity to search online for virtual and in-person activities offered by a wide variety of organizations across Denver. Youth Program Locator Website
  • Círculo de la Amistad de Colorado
    El Círculo de Amistad de Colorado ofrece programas y actividades creativas diseñadas para cultivar relaciones y hacer la diferencia en las vidas de los niños y adultos jóvenes con necesidades especiales y en la de sus familias. Los programas de tutoría y recreación social de pares uno a uno se brindan en las casas, escuelas y comunidades metropolitanas de Denver y áreas circundantes. Contacto: (303) 792-7222 Sitio web del Círculo de la Amistad de Colorado
  • Wilderness on Wheels
    Wilderness on Wheels proporciona un acceso más fácil al aire libre para personas de todas las capacidades, sus familias, amigos y cuidadores. La organización creó un sendero entablado de una milla de largo en las montañas de Colorado para que las personas con alguna discapacidad puedan ir al desierto y tener acceso a la naturaleza. Contacto: (303) 403-1110 wildernessonwheels@gmail.com Sitio web de Wilderness on Wheels
  • Continuum of Colorado
    Elevate 365 es un programa recreativo, social y educativo de CoC que ofrece una variedad de actividades integradas para personas de tres años o más que tienen discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo. Continuum empodera a personas de todas las capacidades y ofreces servicios que incluyen servicios residenciales, actividades diurnas y de elección de adultos mayores, cuidador familiar, empleo con apoyo, apoyo en el hogar y la comunidad. Contacto: (303) 214-3370 Sitio web de Continuum of Colorado
  • Actuación sensorial amigable de la Colorado Symphony
    Colorado Symphony ofrece una interpretación sensorial asequible y amigable, diseñada específicamente para personas con pérdida de memoria, autismo, síndrome de down, trastorno del procesamiento sensorial y otras condiciones que pueden hacer que se sientan incómodos en los conciertos. Ellos crean un entorno inclusivo, garantizando que todos tengan acceso a los conciertos en vivo. Contacto: (303) 534-0732 jmartinez@coloradosymphony.org Sitio web de la Sinfónica de Colorado
  • The Kennedy Center: Lunch Doodles con Mo Willems
    Mo Willems dirige videos con actividades para dibujar, garabatear y explorar nuevas formas de escribir. Personas de todas las edades se le han unido en su estudio para los LUNCH DOODLES entre semana. Sitio web de Lunch Doodles
  • Actividades científicas para niños
    El Museo de Naturaleza y Ciencia de Denver comparte una lista de actividades científicas para que los niños las realicen en casa. La lista incluye actividades tanto dentro en interiores como exteriores para mantener activos a los niños. Sitio web del Museo de Naturaleza y Ciencia de Denver
  • Campamento Paha (Ubicado en Lakewood)
    El Campamento Paha ofrece oportunidades de ocio, recreativas y educativas seguras, desafiantes y divertidas para jóvenes de 6 a 25 años, entre ellas brinda una serie de actividades que incluyen natación, deportes, juegos, naturaleza, música, teatro, senderismo, artes y oficios y excursiones dentro de la comunidad. Contact: (303) 987-4866 rise@lakewood.org Sitio web de Camp Paha
  • Denver Parks & Recreation
    DPR offers ommunity based therapeutic recreation programs for citizens with disabilities, including adapted aquatics, horseback riding, snow skiing, water skiing, teen night out, dances, Young Adult Adventures, overnight camping, rafting and much more. DPR supports inclusion and diversity by creating opportunities to improve quality of life, foster independence and boost self-esteem. Contact: (720) 865-0820 adaptive.recreation@denvergov.org DPR Website
  • Programa de Necesidades Especiales CHOSEN de la Iglesia Comunitaria de Colorado
    La Iglesia Comunitaria de Colorado crea un entorno inclusivo para niños, jóvenes y adultos con necesidades especiales a través de lecciones y servicios adaptados. Las aulas multisensoriales están disponibles para niños de 4 años - 5º grado, que tienen necesidades cognitivas, conductuales y emocionales, así como también para aquellos que han pasado por traumas. Los padres pueden unirse por la noche a un grupo de apoyo para niños con necesidades cognitivas, conductuales y emocionales. Contacto: (303) 783-3838 blang@coloradocommunity.org Sitio web de la Iglesia Comunitaria de Colorado
  • Science Activities for Children
    Denver Museum of Nature & Science shares a list of science activities for children to do at home. The list includes activities to do indoors and outdoors to keep kids active. Website
  • Xcel Beyond Financial Assistance for Activities
    Xcel Beyond provides financial assistance to developmentally disabled individuals to help cover activities they otherwise could not afford. They might fund the cost of tickets to a concert or football game, expensive sports equipment and more. Eligibility All requests must be life-enhancing and provide recreational, experiential opportunities. The applicant must have a developmental disability and provide proof of such disability. The applicant must be at least 21 years old. The applicant must be participating in a Residential Program or Assisted Living Program. Requests for funding must be received at least 30 days prior to the activity. (303) 351-3935 Xcel Beyond
  • Localizador de programas juveniles de Denver
    El localizador de programas para jóvenes es una base de datos de programas extracurriculares y de verano para jóvenes de 3 a 18 años. El localizador brinda a las familias la oportunidad de buscar actividades en línea y presenciales ofrecidas por una amplia variedad de organizaciones en todo Denver. Sitio web del localizador de programas para jóvenes
  • Camp Paha (Located in Lakewood)
    Offering safe, challenging and fun leisure, recreational and educational opportunities for youth ages 6-25, Camp Paha provides an array of activities including swimming, sports, games, nature, music, drama, hiking, arts and crafts and field trips within the community. Contact: (303) 987-4866 paha@lakewood.orgCamp Paha's Website
  • Museo de Arte de Denver
    El Museo de Arte de Denver estableció Creativity Resource gracias a una generosa subvención de la Morgridge Family Foundation. El sitio ofrece recursos de aprendizaje en línea para que cualquier persona aprenda arte y creatividad. Sitio web del Museo de Arte de Denver
  • Special Olympics Colorado
    Special Olympics provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The sports, health and education programs empower individuals with I/DD by giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, communication, leadership skills and more. Contact: (720) 359-3100 Info@SpecialOlympicsCO.org Special Olympics Colorado
  • Feeding Many Jardín
    Feeding Many posee una parcela de tierra de nueve acres en Morrison, que se utiliza para cultivar alimentos que sirven a los bancos de alimentos de Colorado. La organización abre el jardín de forma gratuita a los miembros de la comunidad para enseñarles sobre jardinería y apicultura, así como sobre cómo plantar árboles durante la temporada de plantación. Para saber cómo registrarse, llame o visite su local en: Contacto: (303) 941-0375 4700 S Cole St. Morrison, CO 80465 Sitio Web de Feeding Many
  • Special Olympics Colorado
    Las Olimpiadas Especiales ofrecen entrenamiento deportivo y competencia atlética durante todo el año en una variedad de deportes tanto para niños como para adultos con discapacidades intelectuales. Los programas de deportes, de salud y educación empoderan a las personas con I/DD brindándoles oportunidades continuas para desarrollar su aptitud física, comunicación, habilidades de liderazgo y más. Contacto: (720) 359-3100 Info@SpecialOlympicsCO.org Sitio Web del Special Olympics Colorado
  • Who is a client's main contact at RMHS?
    Every individual eligible for our services has a designated employee contact who helps people to plan services and connect to services in their community. Depending on the program you are eligible for, that person may have a different title. To find out who your RMHS contact is, call us at (303) 636-5600, and we will help you find out who that person is.
  • What is a Community Centered Board (CCB)?
    A Community Centered Board (CCB) is a nonprofit organization providing services to persons with developmental disabilities. The State contracts with twenty Community Centered Boards to deliver community-based services. RMHS is the designated CCB for Denver County. To see all CCBs in the state of Colorado, please visit the Colorado Dept. of Health Care Policy & Financing's list at www.colorado.gov/pacific/hcpf/community-centered-boards.
  • ¿Cómo es que los clientes abordan preocupaciones en RMHS?
    Nos esforzamos continuamente para mejorar nuestros servicios y damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios e inquietudes. Por favor, llame a su coordinador de servicios asignado en RMHS o no dude en contactar con nuestra directora del programa de Comunicaciones al (303) 636-5968. Cada departamento tiene una política de quejas específicas, vea nuestra Página de contacto para obtener más información. Defensores profesionales no afiliados con RMHS también están disponibles para nuestros clientes. Defensores Denver: (303) 831-7733 Coalición Colorado Cruz discapacidad: (303) 839-1775 Centro legal para personas con discapacidad y personas mayores: (303) 722-0300
  • Do I need to receive case management from RMHS to receive a Mill Levy Service Plan?
    No, the Unmet Needs Project is available to any person with a documented intellectual or developmental disability who resides in Denver. If your case management is provided by another CCB, your case manager can email us at MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org to discuss your individual needs.
  • What is the Unmet Needs Project?
    This project enables individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities to access additional services through a Mill Levy Service Plan beyond what is available through Medicaid or state funds. People with individual family service plans (IFSPs) for home and community-based services or developmental disabilities (COMP), supported-living services (SLS), children’s extensive services (CES), or early intervention (EI) may access additional mill levy-funded services
  • How do I become an approved Unmet Needs (Mill Levy Service Plan) provider?
    You must be a Program-Approved Service Agency (PASA) and sign a contract with RMHS to provide mill levy-funded services in COMP, SLS and CES. To begin the contract process, please contact contracts@rmhumanservices.org
  • ¿Cómo puedo ser un proveedor aprobado de necesidades insatisfechas (Mill Levy Plan de servicio)?
    Debe ser una agencia de servicio de Program-Approved (PASA) y firmar un contrato con RMHS mill levy-servicios en COMP, SLS y CES. Para iniciar el proceso de contrato, póngase en contacto con contracts@rmhumanservices.org
  • ¿Es necesario recibir tratamiento de casos de RMHS para recibir un Plan de servicio recaudación de molino?
    No, el proyecto de necesidades insatisfechas está disponible para cualquier persona con un documentado intelectual o discapacidad del desarrollo que reside en Denver. Si su administración de casos es proporcionado por otro CCB, encargado de su caso puede escríbanos a MillLevy@rmhumanservices.org para discutir sus necesidades individuales.
  • ¿Qué es el proyecto de necesidades insatisfechas?
    Este proyecto permite a las personas con discapacidades intelectuales o del desarrollo acceder a servicios adicionales a través de un Plan de Servicio Mill Levy más allá de lo que está disponible a través de Medicaid o fondos estatales. Las personas con planes de servicios familiares individuales (IFSP) para servicios basados en el hogar y la comunidad o discapacidades del desarrollo (COMP), servicios de vivienda con apoyo (SLS), servicios extensivos para niños (CES) o intervención temprana (EI) pueden acceder a un impuesto adicional a las fábricas. servicios financiados
  • Denver Parent Advocates Lending Support (DPALS)
    Denver Parent Advocates Lending Support (DPALS) supports families who have an open case with the Denver Human Services Child Welfare Division by connecting families with parent partners to help them navigate the child welfare system. Contact: (720) 810 5025 Francisco.garza-ortiz@denvergov.org DPALS Website
  • Small World Special Needs
    Small World Special Needs, is a multi-cultural resource hub that provides people helping children with special needs with resources and information. Their Videos and Tips section offers video presentations about children with disabilities in a variety of languages. Contact: smallworldxo@gmail.com Small World with Special Needs Website
  • Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP)
    Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP) is a program of the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) intended to provide families and parents who have children with disabilities, ages birth to 21, with information relating to parents, parenting, educating, and supporting a child with a disability. Contact: (303) 866-6694 Parents Encouraging Parents Website
  • Fussy Baby Network Colorado
    For parents that are having difficult time comforting their baby who may have trouble feeding and sleeping, this organization provides advice to help. Work with an infant specialist that helps parents with babies in their first year of life. Eligibility Infants under 1 years old Contact: 1-877-627-9227 Fussy Baby Network Colorado
  • Advocacy Denver
    Civil rights advocacy organization serving children, teenagers and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the areas of education, health care, legal issues, housing, transportation and financial issues. Advocacy Denver offers informative webinars that provide helpful tips and lessons for people with disabilities and their families. Contact: (303) 831-7733 950 S Cherry St Ste 1100 Denver, CO 80246 Advocacy Denver
  • Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association
    RMDSA helps parents understand the realities of parenting a child with Down syndrome and helps guide them on their journey. The organization shares education, resources and support for people with Down syndrome through a community network. Contact: (303) 797-1699 RMDSA Website
  • Fatherhood and Parenthood Program at Denver Human Services
    Denver Human Services offers free assistance to parents navigating child support systems through information sharing, classes, and support groups. This empowering program is open to all parents with several father-focused options. Contact: (720) 944-1323 DHSFatherhood@denvergov.org Fatherhood program Website
  • Autism Society of Colorado
    Autism Society of Colorado serves as an important advocate and resource for the autism community that provides support groups, events, and trainings for individuals with ASD, their caregivers, and their loved ones. The organization advocates for inclusion in policy and provides trainings and advocacy for organizations to include equal access employment opportunities. Contact: (720) 214-0794 info@autismcolorado.org Autism Society of Colorado Website
  • Denver County Child Care Assistance Program
    Denver CCPA helps families who qualify pay for child care for infants to children age 13 and special needs youth up to age 18. There may be a wait list. Contact: denverccap@denvergov.org Denver Child Care Assistance Program
  • Family Voices
    Family Voices aims to achieve family-centered care for all children and youth with special health care needs and/or disabilities. Family voices has a national network to provide families with tools to make informed decisions, advocate for improved public and private policies, build partnerships between professionals and families, and serve as a trusted resource on health care. Contact: 888-835-5669 Family Voices
  • DACA Application Fee Assistance (Summit County, Lake County, and Eagle County)
    Mountain Dreamers provides financial assistance for the Deferred Action For Childhood Arrival (DACA) application or renewal if you live or work in Summit County, Lake County or Eagle County. On the organization’s website, they share information about the application process, free workshops and can connect you with legal assistance. Contact: Mountain Dreamers Website
  • PEAK Parent Center
    The mission of PEAK Parent Center is to provide training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children, birth through age 26, including all disability conditions, with strategies to advocate successfully for their children. Contact: (719) 531 9400 parentadvisor@peakparent.org PEAK Parent Center Website
  • El Grupo Vida
    El Grupo Vida is a Spanish-language, Hispanic/Latino network of families who have children with disabilities or special needs. It provides advocacy support, guardianship support, and community support. El Grupo Vida offers free classes to the community and provides a space for adults and youth to connect through support groups to members of the community who are experiencing similar situations regarding a loved one with special needs. Contact: (303) 335-9875 elgrupovida@gmail.com El Grupo Vida
  • Cerebral Palsy Guide
    A guide to taking care of individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Find resources, treatments and learn more about Cerebral Palsy. Contact: (866) 638 9285 Cerebral Palsy Guide
  • Parent to Parent of Colorado
    Parent to Parent of Colorado (P2P-CO) is a network of families across Colorado that connects families to each other and other resources. P2P-CO helps provide emotional and informational support to parents of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs. Contact: (877) 472-7201 Infop2p@abilityconnectioncolorado.org P2P-CO Website
  • Youth Education Consultation Program from The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
    The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC) offers a free, statewide Youth Education Consultation Program to students up to age 21 who have a history of acquired brain injury. The program offers support to youth and families, as well as school teams, in understanding the impact of brain injury on learning and ensuring student success. Contact: (303) 562 3196 Kevin@BIAColorado.org BIA Website
  • Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association
    Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association offers supports to individuals with Down syndrome and their families through financial assistance, advocacy and friendship. CSDSA promotes awareness of Down syndrome and empowers families in Colorado Springs and surrounding communities. Contact: (719) 633-1133 Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Assocation
  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)
    UCP serves as a resource and bridge for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities through a network of affiliates. From home ownership to health care reform, inclusive education to competitive employment, UCP affiliates provide supports and services in different communities to meet the needs of people with disabilities and their families. Contact: (202) 776 0406 informationreferral@ucp.org UCP Website
  • Servicios de la Raza
    Servicios de la Raza provides and advocates for essential human services and opportunities in the Latino community. The organization uses culturally responsive support and networks to be an accessible resource to all regardless of age, race, gender, etc. Contact: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org Servicios de la Raza
  • Autism Speaks
    Autism Speaks offers a wide range of resources, research articles, and advocacy for those with Autism and their families. The organization promotes solutions and innovations for all age groups. Contact: 888-288-4762 Autism Speaks
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
    Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) is a collaboration of local governments that establish guidelines, set policy, and allocate funding for mobility growth, development, aging and disability resources. DRCOG has a resource database called Network of Care that is specific to the needs of seniors, people with disabilities over 18, and their caregivers. Contact: (303) 480-6700 AreaAgencyonAging@drcog.org Network of Care
  • If I have questions about the insurance requirements, is there a resource that may provide the information that I need?"
    Please reach out to the RMHS contracts team with any questions at contracts@rmhumanservices.org.
  • What do I need to do in order to get contracted?
    Contracting with RMHS is based on client and program need. Please reach out to the specific program you are interested in contracting with and/or contracts@rmhumanservices.org
  • How long does it take to get contracted?
    The contracting process varies by program and individual program requirements. Each contractor must submit proof of proper insurance and undergo any applicable background checks and/or credentialing prior to a contract being generated and sent for signature.
  • ¿En que usa RMHS sus fondos?
    RMHS publica estados financieros, informes de gastos de informes anuales y financiación Mill Levy en nuestra página web en la sección de información financiera. Para una copia en papel de cualquiera de estos informes, por favor llame a Bridget Forgy al (303) 636-5787. Presupuesto de RMHS es aprobado por un grupo de voluntarios de los ciudadanos sirviendo como directores de buletin para RMHS. Preguntas sobre nuestros gastos pueden ser dirigidas a John Wetherington, director financiero al (303) 636-5787.
  • How do RMHS' clients address concerns?
    We are continually striving to improve our services and we welcome your feedback and concerns. Please reach out to your usual RMHS employee contact or feel free to contact our Communications & Outreach Program Manager at (303) 636-5968. Each department has a specific grievance policy, view our contact page for information on others at RMHS who will be able to help address your specific concern. Professional advocates not affiliated with RMHS are also available for our clients. Advocacy Denver: (303) 831-7733 Colorado Cross Disability Coalition: (303) 839-1775 Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People: (303) 722-0300
  • ¿Dónde puedo encontrar información sobre proyectos y servicios disponibles?
    Hay una variedad de organizaciones que ofrecen servicios a personas en Denver. Ver una lista de servicios Mill Levy.
  • Where can I find information about available services and projects?
    There is a variety of organizations providing services to individuals in Denver. See a current list of mill levy-funded services.
  • The GrowHaus Emergency Food Program (Denver Zip Code 80216)
    The GrowHaus provides residents living in the zip code 80216 with weekly free groceries via their emergency food program. To apply, call or complete the application form in English or Spanish. Contact: (720) 515-4751 The GrowHaus Website
  • Smiling Spoon Program (Locations in Loveland, Fort Collins, Bellvue, and Berthoud)
    Volunteers of America's Smiling Spoon program provides seniors age 60 years and older with hot meals. Contact: (970) 472-9630 Smiling Spoon Website
  • Volunteers of America Food and Assistance Program
    Voluneers of America hosts several nutrition and food programs designed to assist individuals with their nutritional needs and families with emergency food, including Meals on Wheels, the City Harvest Food Bank, congregate dining centers, the Market Meal program, The Mission, and more. Contact: (303) 297-0408 VOA Colorado Website
  • Denver Food Assistance Resources List
    Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) provides a list of food assistance resources in Denver and links to their websites. DDPHE Website
  • Basic Emergency Services at Servicios De La Raza (Located in Denver)
    Basic Emergency Services at Servicios Del La Raza provides assistance to individuals and families who are need of extra support. The program’s dedicated and bilingual staff helps individuals and families via emergency food assistance, enrolling in the SNAP program, access to a clothing bank and hygiene care, community service opportunities and more. To receive emergency food assistance, call and make an appointment 24 hours ahead to pick up a food basket on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Eligibility Individuals and families who reside in Adams, Denver, and Jefferson counties Contact: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org 3131 W 14th Ave.,  Denver, CO, 80204 BES program Website
  • Family & Intercultural Resource Center Community Food Markets (Summit County)
    The Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) provides free Community Food Markets in Dillon and Breckenridge. Residents of Summit County are welcome to come to the markets once per week and receive up to $200 of groceries, household items, and hygiene products. No identification or income information is required. Rules of the food market are posted on the FIRC website. Contact: (970) 262-3888 FIRC Community Food Markets Website
  • WeeCycle Baby Supplies (Located in Aurora)
    WeeCycle is a Colorado-based nonprofit that provides baby supplies for local families in need. They match baby supplies to families through partner organizations working to alleviate poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment. Contact: (720) 319-7792 info@weecycle.org WeeCycle Website
  • Weld Food Bank (Serves Weld County Residents)
    Weld Food Bank works to alleviate hunger in Weld County through food programs that address hunger for children, seniors, families, and individuals. Their food resource finder map helps residents find local food sites in Weld County.   Contact:  (970) 356-2199  1108 H Street  Greeley, CO 80631 Weld Food Bank Website
  • Senior Support Services
    Senior Support Services provides meals, clothing, individualized case management, medical care, mental health care, housing, socialization, and activities for hungry and homeless seniors ages 60 and older. Contact: (303) 832-1622 846 E 18th Ave Denver, CO 80218 Senior Support Services Website
  • Denver Food and Energy Assistance at the CO-OP at 1st
    The Co-op hosts a local Farmers market that accepts SNAP and Double Up Food Bucks seven days a week and partners with Energy Outreach Colorado to offer up to $1000 per year of assistance with overdue electricity bills. The Co-op also offers a variety of services and classes including nutrition, cooking, gardening, yoga, Zumba, commissary kitchen and food truck training, herbal medicine and so much more. Contact: info@thecoopat1st.com The Co-op at 1st Flyer The Co-op at 1st Website
  • Aurora Day Resource Center
    The Aurora Day Resource Center provides breakfast and lunch to individuals who are 18 years and older. Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and lunch begins at 12:30 p.m. Individuals must bring their masks. If you are a family with children under 18 you can call and request food to be brought to you outside of the facility. Contact: (303) 343-7808 13387 E 19th Pl. Aurora, CO 80011
  • Denver WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
    Women, Infants and Children (WIC) promotes healthy families by supporting food costs, nutrition knowledge, breastfeeding support and more. The program provides support free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. Eligibility Pregnant, breastfeeding (up to one year after the delivery of baby), or postpartum women (up to six months after delivery) Women with an infant or child up to five years of age Currently living in Colorado Income-eligible (Participants of other programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, TANF may automatically be income-eligible) Able to provide acceptable documentation, including proof of identification, income and residence  Contact: (303) 602-6550 WIC Website
  • Community Food Share (Located in Boulder and Broomfield Counties)
    Community Food Share provides food to people living in Boulder and Broomfield counties. They distribute food via onsite food pantries, mobile food pantries and senior food programs.  Find local food resources through their Food Finder Map.  Contact: (303) 652-3663 Community Food Share Website 
  • Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado
    Provides an inventory of food banks located in southern Colorado. The list contains information about meal sites, food pantries, child hunger initiatives, and partnerships.  Find food programs that cater to low income, seniors, families and individuals living in in southern Colorado.   Care and Share Website
  • Tasty Food (Located in Denver)
    Tasty food provides Denver youth in need ages 1-18 with a nutritious snack or a supper meal. No registration or identification is required. Locations and times of service are provided on their website. Contact: Tasty Food Website
  • Café 180 Free Meals (Located in Englewood)
    Cafe 180 feeds everyone regardless of their ability to pay via a program that trades food for work. People who are unable to pay can volunteer their time at the café from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday for either a 30- or 60-minute shift. After a shift, a meal is provided. Contact: 720-289-0799 info@cafe180.org Café 180 Website
  • Marisol Family of Catholic Charities
    Marisol Family (previously the Gabriel House Project) provides a variety of supplies to mothers and families with young children. They can provide diapers, wipes, formula, baby food, blankets and clothing (up to 5T) and maintain a variety of locations on the Front Range. Contact: 855-777-5280 Marisol Family Website
  • Fresh Start Center (Located in Colorado Springs)
    Fresh Start Center provides meals to individuals and families in need through their food distribution program located in Colorado Springs. The food program is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 10a.m.- 4p.m., and the first Wednesday of each month from 4-6 p.m. Contact: (719) 495-3123 7375 Adventure Way Colorado Springs, CO 80923 Fresh Start Center Website
  • Victims of Abuse Supportive Services (Located in Denver)
    The Initiative provides free supportive services and case management for individuals who are victims of abuse, including (but not limited to) those who self-identify as having a disability. The staff provides a variety of personalized supportive services which can include attending court hearings for emotional support, organizing and preparing court documents, peer counseling, bilingual advocacy, training courses and more. To apply, call or apply online. Contact: (303) 839-5510 (720) 503-9580 (Text) info@theinitiativeco.org 6825 E Tennessee Ave Bldg 2, Ste 475 Denver, CO, 80224 The Initiative Website
  • Hunger Free Colorado
    The Hunger Free Colorado food resource hotline is available for all Coloradans to call if they struggle with access to food. The hotline offers bilingual services and connects callers to food stamps, food pantries and more. Contact: (720) 382-2920 (855) 855-4626 (Toll-free) Hunger Free Colorado
  • The Table at Bethlehem (Located in Lakewood)
    The Table at Bethlehem is a Christian church that provides hot meals for the community every Thursday at 6 p.m. Closed on some holidays, including Thanksgiving. Contact: (720) 515-8253 2100 N. Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80214 table@bethlehemdenver.com
  • The Mission (Located in Denver)
    The Mission offers meals during the week and Sunday to men, women and children. From Monday - Thursday, The Mission provides breakfast at 8:30 a.m., lunch at 11:30 a.m. and dinner at 5 p.m. Lunch is offered on Friday at 12 p.m. and on Sunday at 1 p.m. Contact: (303) 295-2165 The Mission Website
  • Crossfire Ministries (Located in Colorado Springs)
    Crossfire Ministries offers clothing, food, toiletries and household items for those in need in El Paso County. Eligibility: Social Security card for all family members and client must have a photo ID. Contact: (719) 447-1806 crossfireministries@msn.com Crossfire Ministries Website
  • Bayaud Enterprises Food Bank (Located in Denver)
    Bayaud Enterprises provides a food bank on Thursdays, employment support, and resource navigation to residents of the Denver area. To access the food bank, visit their location on Thursdays from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Contact: (303) 830-6885 Elsa.Erickson@bayaudenterprises.org 333 W. Bayaud Ave. Denver, CO 80223 Bayaud Website
  • Denver Rescue Mission
    Denver Rescue Mission offers a variety of emergency services including food assistance, housing assistance, rehabilitation, transitional programs for refugees, and clothing distribution. Contact: (303) 297-1815 Denver Rescue Mission Website
  • Public No Cost Grocery Program (Denver)
    Denver Food Rescue works with various organizations in Denver to provide fresh produce to people in need. No identification, documentation, or proof of income is required. Contact: (720) 510-9139 Denver Food Rescue Website
  • Denver Mobile Food Pantry - Denver Human Services East Office
    Denver Human Services and Foodbank of the Rockies provides food at Denver Human Services' East Office every 3rd Friday of the month from 9-11:30 a.m. No ID required. Distribution occurs outside, so dress appropriately and bring your bags!  Contact: 720-944-1170 DHS Mobile Food Pantry Website 3815 Steele St. Denver, CO 80205
  • Clothes to Kids of Denver
    Clothes to Kids Denver provides clothing to children ages 3 to 21 and currently offers curbside pickup for a wardrobe that includes 5 outfits, 1 coat, 1 pair of shoes, 1 bra (optional) and 5 pairs each of new underwear and new socks. An appointment to receive these items can be made by phone call or email. Contact: (720) 379-4630 appointment@clothestokidsdenver.org Clothes to Kids of Denver
  •  Denver Mobile Food Pantry - Raices Brewing Co
    Denver Human Services and Foodbank of the Rockies provides food at Raices Brewing Co every fourth Monday of the month from 9- 11:30 a.m. No ID required. Distribution occurs outside, so dress appropriately and bring your bags!  Contact: (303) 371-9250  DHS Mobile Food Pantry Website 2060 W Colfax Ave.  Denver, CO 80204
  • CDLE Food Assistance
    A list of food assistance programs provided by the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE). Contact: 800-536-5298 CDLE Website
  • Cathedral Basilica (Located in Denver)
    Cathedral Basilica provides sandwiches with coffee in the morning at 8 a.m. and a bag of lunch for individuals from 1- 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bags of lunch food include nonperishable items. Contact (303) 831-7010 Cathedral Basilica Website
  • Bienvenidos Food Bank (Located in Denver)
    Bienvenidos Food Bank provides food assistance to individuals and families in need in the Denver area. The food bank operates from 10am to noon and 3:30pm to 5:30pm most Thursdays. Contact: 303-433-6328 3810 Pecos Street Denver, CO 80211 Bienvenidos Food Bank Website
  • Colorado Refugee Services Program (CRSP)
    CRSP connects refugees to the community and employers as a holistic approach to refugee resettlement. Their services and programs deliver statewide coordination of refugee resettlement to with the goal of refugee self-sufficiency and long-term integration. Eligibility Refugees who arrived in the United States within the past five years. Contact (303) 863-8211 CRSP Website
  • Food Bank of the Rockies
    Food Bank of the Rockies’ warehouse is the central distribution program providing food and essentials to communities in northern Colorado and Wyoming. Enter your zip code and find the closest food bank on the Food Bank of the Rockies website. Contact: (303) 371-9250 Food Bank of the Rockies Website
  • Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance (Denver, Glenwood Springs, Fort Collins & Greeley)
    Catholic Charities provides emergency assistance for individuals and families in situations such as loss of a job, victimization of a crime, diagnosis of a disease, hospitalization after an accident, or loss of a loved one or caretaker. Assistance with energy bills is also available for emergency situations. Contact: (303) 742-0828 Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance Website
  • Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Food Pantry (Located in Denver)
    The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Food Pantry helps individuals and families facing hunger and food insecurity. The food pantry distributes shelf-stable and nutritionally balanced foods that are expected to last 5-7 days. Toiletries and baby supplies are distributed when available. Visits to the food pantry are limited to two per month. Eligibility: Applicants must earn less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) and identification and proof of address are required. Contact: (303) 597-5000 3201 South Tamarac Drive Denver, Colorado 80231 Jewish Family Services Website
  • Denver Inner City Parish
    Denver Inner City Parish (DICP) provides multiple wrap-around services and assistance to those seeking to overcome poverty. DICP has multiple programs including programs for seniors, immigrants, and food assistance. Their food pantry operates from 9am to 12pm every Saturday. Contact: (303) 629-0636 communications@dicp.org 1212 Mariposa Street Denver, CO 80204 DICP Website
  • ¿Como se mantiene mi informacion confidencial?
    RMHS mantiene estricta confidencialidad de todos los registros de clientes de acuerdo con las regulaciones de HIPAA. Somos revisados por el estado regularment para a segurarnos de mantener confidencialidad. Para mas detalles por favor revise nuestra politica de provacidad.
  • When do you call your liaison?
    EI: If you have questions regarding services or changing services your client receives, please contact your assigned RMHS Service Coordinator. If you have questions regarding your payment or other billing questions, please contact billingquestions@rmhumanservices.org. For program specific questions, please contact Julia Spratt. HHP: If you have any questions, please contact your Residential Specialist. PASAs: If you have questions regarding your services, please contact your assigned RMHS Service Coordinator. If you have questions regarding your payment or other billing questions, please contact Dulce Thompson.
  • Colorado PEAK
    An online service for Coloradans to apply for medical, food, transportation, energy, and cash assistance programs. Contact: Colorado PEAK Website
  • Health First Colorado Buy-In Program
    The Health First Colorado Buy-In Program for Working Adults with Disabilities lets adults with a disability who qualify to benefit from Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program). This program can serve individuals who work and earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado. Those who qualify for the Buy-In Program will pay a monthly premium based on their income. Eligibility People with disabilities aged 16 through 64 based on their gross individual income Contact: (800) 711-6994 Health First Website
  • Social Security Administration
    The United States Social Security Administration (SSA) provides information about federal benefits. Use this site to access your social security account, find out if you are eligible for certain benefits, apply for benefits, and more. Contact: (800) 772-1213 TTY Accessible: (800) 325-0778 SSA Website
  • How does RMHS spend its funding?
    Rocky Mountain Human Services publishes financial statements, reports on expenditures of Mill Levy funding and annual reports on our website under the Financial Information section. For a paper copy of any of these reports, please call Bridget Forgy at (303) 636-5787. Rocky Mountain Human Services’ budget is approved by a volunteer group of citizens serving as Rocky Mountain Human Services’ Board of Directors. Questions about our expenditures can be directed to John Wetherington, Chief Financial Officer at (303) 636-5787.
  • Colorado Child Care Assistance Program
    The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) helps Colorado families that are experiencing homelessness, working, searching for work, or in school find low-income childcare assistance. CCCAP services can also benefit families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program. Eligibility requirements vary from county to county and can be found on the CCCAP website below. Contact: 1-800-799-5876 CCCAP Website
  • YMCA Before & Afterschool Care (Glendale, Arvada, Golden and Lakewood)
    The Out of School Program is an option for child care services before and after school. The program is available in Glendale, Arvada, Golden and Lakewood and children must be between ages 5 and 12 to qualify. Yearly registration is first come, first served. Contact: (720) 524-2755 YMCA Website
  • How is my information kept confidential?
    Rocky Mountain Human Services maintains strict confidentiality of all client records in accordance with HIPAA regulations. We are reviewed by the State regularly to ensure we maintain confidentiality. For details, please review our privacy policy.
  • Reentry Employment Services – Denver and Colorado Springs
    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) offers free employment and training services to individuals currently on parole or probation. The program provides paid transitional jobs, resource navigation, job coaching, wraparound services and more. The employment and training services help individuals returning home from incarceration to find a job and build a career. Call or visit the location to learn more. Eligibility Must have a criminal conviction and be under probation or parole supervision. Must be unemployed. Must be older than 17 years old. Contact: Colorado Springs Location (719) 694- 5450 888 Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 110 Colorado Springs, CO 80907 Denver Location (720279-8489  3532 Franklin Street, Suite S, Denver, CO 80205 CEO Website
  • WAGEES Adult Reentry Program (Located in Denver)
    WAGEES is a free program offered by Servicios de La Raza that supports the reentry of adults on parole or in a halfway house to reenter the community, become self-sufficient, build sustainable lifestyles and gain the skills necessary to stay out of prison. Eligibility Adults who have a Department of Corrections number and are on parole or in a halfway house in Colorado Contact: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org 3131 W 14th Ave. Denver, CO, 80204 Adult Reentry Website
  • Resource Center (Jefferson County)
    Community Connections Center (C3) is a resource hub that assists individuals with housing resources, benefits, addiction and recovery treatment options, food and clothing assistance, telehealth with virtual options and more. To receive support, call C3’s resource specialist at (720) 497-7748. Contact: (720) 497-7748 Remington Building (2nd floor) 11011 W. 6th Ave Lakewood, CO 80215 C3 Website
  • WAGEES19 and WAGEES20 (Reentry programs for ages 18 to 24)
    Servicios de La Raza offers this free program designed to support individuals ages 18 to 24 with a history in the justice system to reenter the community, become self-sufficient and build sustainable lifestyles. The youth program provides case management and reentry services to help qualifying individuals successfully transition back into the community. Contact: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org 3131 W 14th Ave. Denver, CO, 80204 WAGEES Website
  • Reentry Program For Women (Denver Metro Area)
    The Empowerment Program provides re-entry services to women living in the Denver Metro area who have been or are about to be released from a correctional facility. Women in the program receive case management, medical, behavioral health, and vocational support services, free of charge. Ways to be referred to the program: If you are already on parole, talk with your parole officer or a DOC Community Re-entry Specialist If you are in community corrections (residential or non-residential status), you can talk with a Case Manager at the program or the DOC liaison If you are in a correctional facility, talk with your Case Manager *If you have been released from a correctional facility and are not on supervision, you are NOT eligible for the Women’s Pilot Program.  Eligibility Women who have been, or are about to be, released from a correctional facility Women who live or will live in Denver. Contact: (303) 320-1989 (720) 446-6331  1600 York Street Denver, CO 80206 Empowerment Program Website
  • Programa de reingreso de Denver (de 18 a 24 años)
    Servicios de La Raza ofrece este programa juvenil gratuito diseñado para apoyar a las personas de 18 a 24 años de edad con antecedentes en el sistema de justicia juvenil a que se reincorporen a la comunidad, sean autosuficientes y construyan estilos de vida sostenibles. El programa para jóvenes ofrece servicios de administración de casos y de reinserción para ayudar a las personas que reúnen los requisitos a reincorporarse con éxito a la comunidad. Elegibilidad Personas de entre 18 y 24 años de edad que estén implicados de alguna forma con la justicia penal. Contacto: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org 3131 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO, 80204 Sitio web de WAGEES20
  • Programa de Reinserción para Adultos WAGEES (Ubicado en Denver)
    WAGEES es un programa gratuito ofrecido por Servicios de La Raza que apoya a los adultos en libertad condicional o en una casa de reinserción social para que se reincorporen a la comunidad, sean autosuficientes, construyan estilos de vida sostenibles y adquieran las habilidades necesarias para mantenerse fuera de prisión. Elegibilidad Adultos que tienen un número en el Departamento de Correcciones y están en libertad condicional o en un centro de reinserción social en Colorado Contacto: (303) 458-5851 info@serviciosdelaraza.org 3131 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO, 80204 Sitio web de Reinserción para Adultos
  • Programa de Reinserción para Mujeres (área metropolitana de Denver)
    El Programa de Empoderamiento ofrece servicios de reinserción a las mujeres que viven en el área metropolitana de Denver y que han sido o están a punto de ser liberadas de un centro penitenciario. Las mujeres que participan en el programa reciben servicios de administración de casos, servicios médicos, de salud mental y de apoyo profesional, todo de forma gratuita. Formas de ser derivadas al programa: Si ya está en libertad condicional, hable con su agente de libertad condicional o con un especialista en reinserción comunitaria del DOC Si usted está en correcciones de la comunidad (estado residencial o no residencial), puede hablar con un administrador de casos en el programa o el enlace DOC Si está en un centro penitenciario, hable con su administrador de casos Si ha sido liberada de un centro correccional y no está bajo supervisión, NO es elegible para el Programa Piloto para Mujeres. Elegibilidad Mujeres que han sido, o están a punto de ser, liberadas de un centro penitenciario Mujeres que vivan o vayan a vivir en Denver Contacto: (303) 320-1989 (720) 446-6331 1600 York Street Denver, CO 80206 Sitio web del programa de empoderamiento
  • Centro de Recursos (Condado de Jefferson)
    El Centro de Conexiones Comunitarias (C3) es un centro de recursos que ayuda a las personas a encontrar recursos y a navegar por varios sistemas relacionados con la atención médica, la recuperación de adicciones, el desarrollo de habilidades, el apoyo a la vivienda y más. Para recibir apoyo, llame a su especialista en recursos al (720) 497-7748. Contacto: (720) 497-7748 11011 W. 6th Ave (2ª planta) Lakewood, CO 80215 Sitio web de C3
  • Servicios de Empleo para la Reinserción - Denver y Colorado Springs
    El Centro de Oportunidades de Empleo (CEO) ofrece servicios gratuitos de empleo y formación a personas que se encuentran actualmente en libertad condicional o bajo palabra. El programa proporciona trabajos de transición remunerados, navegación por los recursos, asesoramiento laboral, servicios integrales y mucho más. Los servicios de empleo y formación ayudan a encontrar un trabajo y construir una carrera a las personas que regresan a casa después de haber sido encarceladas. Llame o visite el local para obtener más información. Elegibilidad Debe tener una condena penal y estar bajo supervisión de libertad condicional o de libertad bajo palabra. Debe estar desempleado. Debe ser mayor de 17 años. Contacto: Local en Colorado Springs (719) 694- 5450 888 Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 110 Colorado Springs, CO 80907 Local de Denver (720) 279-8489 3532 Franklin Street, Suite S, Denver, CO 80205 Sitio web de CEO
  • American Indian Council (Located in Denver)
    The American Indian Council strengthens and empowers the American Indian community in metropolitan Denver. The council provides support to uplift the Indigenous people of Colorado. Their activities include activism, maintaining a community garden, hosting community events, and more. Contact: (303) 893-6890 fourwindsamericanindiancouncil@gmail.com Four Winds Center Website
  • brother jeff’s Cultural Center (Denver-Five Points)
    brother jeff’s Cultural Center, located in Historic Five Points, is a community hub that shares resources and strengthens the community. The center provides space for people to connect and dynamic programming such as visual and performing arts, education, enrichment, resources for local youth, and community events. The center also provides a free food pantry Wednesdays through Fridays from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Contact:  (303) 297.0823 brotherjeff1@earthlink.net 2836 Welton Street Denver, CO 80205 Website
  • Soul 2 Soul Sister (Located in Denver)
    Soul 2 Soul sister is a faith-based racial justice organization that addresses antiracist ideologies and promotes healing in the Black community. The organization provides self-love Saturdays for black woman to heal and engage with one another and a program called Facing Racism to address anti-racism. Contact: (720) 295-4876 info@soul2soulsisters.org S2S Website
  • Antiracist Resources from the University of Denver
    The University of Denver shares Colorado-specific resources to promote antiracism. Find these resources at DU Libraries and other local organizations. DU website
  • DEI Resources at Denver Public Library
    Denver Public Library provides blog posts centered around diversity and cultural inclusivity, including book recommendations for adults and children. DPL Cultural Inclusivity Blog Page
  • Black History Month Lessons and Resources
    National Education Association shares a list of Black History Month lessons and resources for students in grades K-12. This page breaks down the resources based on grade level. Website
  • Home-Based Parenting Education for Ages 2 to 4 (Jefferson County)
    The Hippy program is a free home visitation service that helps Jefferson County parents prepare their children (ages 2-4) for success in school. Home visitors visit participants’ homes weekly to help parents boost their child’s cognitive, literacy, social-emotional, and physical development. Contact: (303) 982-0014 jeffcohippy@jeffco.k12.co.us Website
  • Parent Thrive Colorado
    Parent Thrive connects pregnant and postpartum women to resources that support their mental health and wellbeing. The organization uses specialists and resource navigators to fulfill needs. Parent Thrive Website
  • MotherWise
    MotherWise supports pregnant women and mothers with newborns 3-months old or younger in the Denver-metro area with free workshops that focus on communication, problem solving and caring for a newborn. These workshops are currently available to mothers across Colorado virtually. MotherWise can also support clients by funding transportation (typically via Uber), meals and childcare during each workshop. Contact: 720-504-4624 motherwisecolorado@gmail.com Motherwise Colorado Website
  • CDC's Developmental Milestones
    CDC's Developmental Milestones provides parents with resources and tools to track and monitor their child's development from 2 months old to 5 years old. Easily track your child's development by downloading the Milestone App. Contact: 800-232-4636 CDC Developmental Milestone Website
  • Bright by Text
    Bright by Text is a free text service that offers childcare and parenting tips, activities, and resources for anyone who is expecting a child or who cares for a child ages birth through eight. Subscribers can opt for texts in English or Spanish. Contact: 303-433-6200 contact@brightbytext.org Bright by Text Website
  • Vroom
    Vroom provides science-based tips and tools to inspire families to support early learning in everyday moments. Vroom gives family an opportunity to enhance everyday moments into brain building moments. Vroom Website
  • Anchor Center for Blind Children
    Anchor Center for Blind Children provides early education and intervention services for children birth to five years old who are blind or visually impaired. The team provides a collaborative approach to education, therapeutic and family support services to ensure lifelong success. Contact: (303) 377-9732 Anchor Center for Blind Children Website
  • Family Support Line
    The Family Support Line is a service of Family First at Shiloh House. The support line is designed to serve as a statewide resource for parents or primary caregivers to provide helpful information about family life and child development. Shiloh House also provides referrals to support groups, parenting classes and community resources for parenting support. Contact: (877) 695-7996 (English) (866) 527-3264 (Spanish) Office: 303-933-1393 info@shilohhouse.org Shiloh House Website
  • Colorado Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) Consultation
    Colorado Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) Consultation is a free program that helps parents and caregivers of children ages 6 and under to create nurturing environments and relationships that support their child’s mental health and well-being. The program helps equip adults with the skills to support their children’s social-emotional development and ability to identify signs that could lead to greater challenges in the future. To apply, fill out the online referral on their website or contact a program near you. Contact: ECMH Website
  • SafeCare Colorado For families with children ages 5 and younger (Denver County)
    SafeCare Colorado is a free in-home parenting program that provides parents of children five and younger with hands-on support and instruction in areas such as safety, health, and meaningful child-parent interaction. Contact: (303) 225-4186 (720) 428-1666 safecare@saviohouse.org 325 King St  Denver, CO 80219 Website
  • Free Advice from Pediatric Nurses
    Colorado ParentSmart Healthline offers free healthcare advice from registered pediatric nurses. Parents can access this free healthline 24/7. Contact: (720) 777-0123  OR 1-855-543-4636 (KID-INFO) ParentSmart Healthline Colorado
  • Denver's Early Childhood Council
    The Denver's Early Childhood Council serves as Denver’s early childhood hub, leveraging resources, opportunities, and connections to create a quality system that positively impacts the lives of children and their families. DECC works with different stakeholders to enhance the quality and availability of childcare and early education opportunities for children. Contact: (303) 297-1800 3532 Franklin Street, Suite F Denver, CO 80205 Denver Early Childhood Website
  • Colorado Child Care Assistance Program
    The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) helps families that are homeless, working, searching for work or in school to find low-income child care assistance. Families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program can also use CCCAP services. Find eligibility based on your county here. Contact: 1-800-799-5876 CCCAP Website
  • Early Intervention Colorado
    Early Intervention Colorado is an interagency initiative led by the Colorado Department of Human Services. This initiative provides services and support to children with developmental delays or disabilities and their families from the time of the child's birth until their third birthday. Early Intervention Colorado also provides no-cost evaluations to determine if a child may need support. Contact: (833) 733-3734 Early Intervention Colorado Website
  • Healthy Babies Strong Families Program for African American Families
    Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) supports African American families and women who are thinking about becoming pregnant, are pregnant or have a child under 2 years of age. The center provides free baby supplies, helpful tips and opportunities to network with other parents. Contact: (720) 837-8950 12000 E. 47th Ave #113  Denver, CO 80239 FFRC Website
  • Head Start/Early Head Start Program
    Head Start programs promote school readiness for children from birth to age five from low-income families at no cost. The program provides learning environments that support healthy development, positive parent-child relationships, family well-being, and connections to peers and community. Find a Head Start program in your community here. Contact: (303) 866-4804 heather.craiglow@state.co.us Head Start Website
  • Colorado Head Start Program
    Head Start is a federal program that promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. Head Start programs provide a learning environment that supports children's growth in many areas such as language, literacy, and social and emotional development. Eligibility: Children from birth to age five from families with low income, according to the Poverty Guidelines published by the Federal government. Children in foster care, homeless children, and children from families receiving public assistance Contact: 1-866-763-6481 Colorado Head Start Website ​​​​​​​
  • PLAYbook: Information and Activities for Anyone Caring for Young Children
    The Office of Early Childhood offers the “PLAYbook” to parents and families of young children to help prepare kids entering kindergarten through innovative activities designed for skill building. The PDF file is interactive and allows users to take notes or use the checklists and interactive tools digitally. Contact: amanda.culbertson@state.co.us PLAYbook in English and Spanish
  • Families Forward Resource Center
    The Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) provides supportive services and programs designed for African American parents/guardians in northeast Denver and north Aurora. FFRC provides resource navigation, breast feeding support, parenting classes, and activities for pregnant women and mothers of children 17 months and younger in the Healthy Baby Strong Families program. Contact: (303) 307-0718 FFRC Website
  • Recursos educativos de Aprendizaje para la Justicia
    Aprendizaje para la Justicia capacita a educadores, jóvenes, cuidadores y miembros de la comunidad para que sean catalizadores de la justicia racial y apoyen los derechos humanos de todas las personas mediante el intercambio de información y la conexión con la comunidad. El sitio comparte una biblioteca de recursos gratuitos que incluye artículos, guías, lecciones, películas, seminarios web, marcos de referencia y mucho más. El proyecto también brinda oportunidades para asistir a conferencias y talleres, y para conseguir asociaciones escolares y comunitarias. Sitio web
  • El Sistema Colorado After-school Orchestra Program (Denver)
    El Sistema Colorado provides students K through 12 with a free after-school orchestra program. The program provides all instruments for students. To apply, visit one of the links below: El Sistema Colorado Interest Form (English) El Sistema Colorado Interest Form (Spanish) Contact: (303) 953-0063 info@elsistemacolorado.org 2980 Curtis St Denver, CO 80205 El Sistem Colorado Website
  • La Oficina de Educación Especial y Servicios de Rehabilitación (OSERS)
    OSERS apoya programas que ayudan a educar a niños y jóvenes con discapacidades, proporciona rehabilitación de jóvenes y adultos con discapacidades y apoya la investigación para mejorar las vidas de las personas con discapacidades. OSERS guía y apoya una amplia gama de programas y proyectos que apoyan a las personas con discapacidades. (202) 245-7468 OSERS Website
  • Denver Public Schools
    Encuentre las actualizaciones de las Denver Public Schools, información sobre programas y recursos útiles para el aprendizaje remoto. (720) 423-3200 info@dpsk12.org Sitio web de Denver Public Schools
  • Colorado Department of Education
    The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) provides leadership, resources, support and accountability to the state’s 178 school districts. Find resources for students and families in Colorado's education programs. Colorado Department of Education Website
  • Education Extension for Basic Life Skills (Statewide)
    Colorado State University offers statewide services, programs, and classes to help Coloradans enhance their health and wellbeing. Programs offer a wide array of educational opportunities, some of which include nutrition education, clean and renewable energy classes, gardening and home horticulture, and 4-H (a youth and children program). To learn more, call your local county extension office for more information. Eligibility No restrictions applied Contact: Find your local county contact here. csuext_stateadminoffice@colostate.edu Website
  • Programa de Orquesta Extracurricular de El Sistema Colorado (Denver)
    El Sistema Colorado ofrece un programa de orquesta extracurricular gratuito a los estudiantes desde el jardín hasta el 12vo grado. El programa proporciona todos los instrumentos a los estudiantes. Para solicitarlo, visite uno de los siguientes enlaces: Formulario de interés de El Sistema Colorado (en inglés) Formulario de interés de El Sistema Colorado (español) Contacto: (303) 953-0063 info@elsistemacolorado.org 2980 Curtis St Denver, CO 80205 Sitio web de El Sistema Colorado
  • The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)
    OSERS supports programs that help educate children and youth with disabilities, provides for the rehabilitation of youth and adults with disabilities and supports research to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. OSERS guides and supports a comprehensive array of programs and projects that support individuals with disabilities. Contact: (202) 245-7468 OSERS Website
  • Learning for Justice Educational Resources
    Learning for Justice empowers educators, young people, caregivers, and community members to be a catalyst for racial justice and support the human rights of all people through information sharing and community connection. The site shares a free resource library that includes articles, guides, lessons, films, webinars, frameworks and more. The project also provides opportunities to attend conferences, workshops, and to garner school and community partnerships. Website
  • Learning Heros Supporting Student Education
    Learning Heros informs and engages parents and educators to best support their child or students’ education. The website has helpful tips and tools to support education, better communication with teachers, family engagement, resources for teachers and more!  Learning Hero Website
  • Extensión Educativa para Habilidades Básicas para la Vida (a nivel estatal)
    La Universidad Estatal de Colorado ofrece servicios, programas y clases en todo el estado para ayudar a los habitantes de Colorado a mejorar su salud y bienestar. Los programas ofrecen una amplia gama de oportunidades educativas, algunas de las cuales incluyen educación nutricional, clases de energía limpia y renovable, jardinería y horticultura doméstica, y 4-H (un programa para jóvenes y niños). Para obtener más información, llame a la oficina de extensión de su condado. Elegibilidad No se aplican restricciones Contacto: Encuentre el contacto de su condado aquí. csuext_stateadminoffice@colostate.edu Sitio web
  • Clases de ciudadanía y GED (Condado de Boulder)
    El Comité de Longmont ofrece clases gratuitas de GED (diploma de educación secundaria) y ciudadanía a los residentes de Boulder. Las clases de preparación para el GED se imparten de forma presencial los días martes y jueves de 9:30 a.m. a 1:00 p.m. y de 7:00 a 8:30 p.m. Las clases de ciudadanía se imparten los miércoles de 6:00 a 7:30 p.m. Elija el local más ventajoso Contacto: (303) 651-6125 elcomite@elcomitedelongmont.org 455 Kimbark St Longmont, CO 80501 402 Kimbark St Longmont, CO 80501 Sitio web
  • Learning Heros apoyando la Educación Estudiantil
    Learning Heros informa y compromete a los padres y educadores a apoyar la educación de sus hijos o estudiantes de la mejor manera posible. El sitio web tiene consejos y herramientas útiles en apoyo a la educación, una mejor comunicación con los profesores, la participación de las familias, recursos para los profesores y mucho más. Sitio web de Learning Hero
  • Citizenship and GED Classes (Boulder County)
    El Comite de Longmont offers free GED and citizenship classes to Boulder residents. GED preparation classes are hosted in person on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Citizenship classes are hosted on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Choose between two convenient locations. Contact: (303) 651-6125 elcomite@elcomitedelongmont.org 455 Kimbark St Longmont, CO 80501 402 Kimbark St Longmont, CO 80501 Website
  • Denver Public Schools ACEConnect
    ACE Connect helps students at DPS between the ages of 15 -21 have access to Transition services directly related to their post-school outcomes. The program provides programming aligned to DPS graduation requirements to support essential skills attainment and The Continuum of Services for College and Career Readiness. Contact: courtney_kallas@dpsk12.org ACEConnect Website
  • Denver Preschool Program
    Makes preschool possible for all 4-year-olds within the city- regardless of neighborhood or socio-economic status, through tuition support and access to information. The program increases access to quality preschool across Denver. Denver Preshool Program Website
  • Departamento de Educación de Colorado
    El Departamento de Educación de Colorado (CDE) proporciona liderazgo, recursos, apoyo y responsabilidad ante los 178 distritos escolares del estado. Encuentre recursos para estudiantes y familias en los programas educativos de Colorado. Sitio web del Departamento de Educación de Colorado
  • Denver Public Schools ACEConnect
    ACE Connect ayuda a los estudiantes de DPS de entre 15 y 21 años a tener acceso a servicios de transición directamente relacionados con sus resultados después de la escuela. El programa ofrece una programación alineada con los requisitos de graduación de DPS para apoyar el logro de habilidades esenciales y los servicios Continuum para la preparación universitaria y profesional. courtney_kallas@dpsk12.org Sitio web de ACEConnect
  • Denver Public Schools
    Find Denver Public School updates, program information and helpful resources for remote learning. Contact: (720) 423-3200 info@dpsk12.org Denver Public Schools Website
  • Programa Preescolar de Denver
    Hace posible la educación preescolar en la ciudad para todos los niños de 4 años, independientemente del vecindario o del estado socioeconómico, a través del apoyo de matrícula y el acceso a la información. El programa aumenta el acceso a un preescolar de calidad en todo Denver. 305 Park Ave West Ste B Denver CO 80205 (303) 595-4377 info@dpp.org Sitio web del programa Preescolar de Denver
  • Easterseals: Empleo con Apoyo IPS (Ubicado en Denver)
    El Programa de Empleo con Apoyo de IPS en Easterseals aborda las barreras al empleo para las personas con discapacidades intelectuales y de desarrollo que viven en Denver. El programa trabaja con las personas para enseñarles habilidades laborales vitales, aumentar las oportunidades de empleo y ayudar a los que tienen empleo a mantenerlo. El programa ofrece servicios gratuitos para el empleo, formación en habilidades, apoyo laboral, asesoramiento laboral, entrenamiento en el uso de autobuses y mucho más a aquellos que buscan de empleo que reúnen los requisitos necesarios. Elegibilidad Ser residente en Denver Tener una discapacidad intelectual y/o de desarrollo Contacto: Kim Berg  (303) 886-7965 KBerg@eastersealscolorado.org Sitio web de Easterseals
  • Colorado Employment First
    Colorado Employment First prepara a los beneficiarios de SNAP para el empleo a través de capacitaciones, experiencia y apoyo mensual en la búsqueda de empleo. El programa promueve la autosuficiencia y la independencia de los residentes de Colorado. Elegibilidad Residente de Colorado Beneficiario del beneficio de SNAP Sitio web de Colorado Employment First
  • SNAP to Success employment support and training opportunities
    SNAP to Success provides employment support and training opportunities to SNAP eligible individuals in Denver County. The SNAP to Success team helps individuals entering the workforce to acquire the necessary skills to be successful in their role. People in the program receive case management, job retention skills, training and more. To apply, call or email the SNAP to Success team. Contact: (720) 944-1449 SNAPtosuccess@denvergov.org SNAP to Success Flyer
  • Rehire Colorado
    ReHire Colorado es un programa de empleo de transición para ayudar a las personas a superar las barreras laborales. El programa les ayuda a reincorporarse a la fuerza laboral combinando trabajo remunerado, capacitación laboral y servicios de apoyo. Elegibilidad Legalmente presente y elegible para trabajar en los Estados Unidos. Residentes de Colorado A partir de los 18 años No estar encarcelado o no disponible para trabajar Ingresos familiares por debajo del 150% del nivel federal de pobreza, ajustado al tamaño de la familia Estar desempleado o empleado por no más de 20 horas por semana, durante al menos cuatro semanas consecutivas Sitio web de Rehire Colorado
  • Phones for Employment (Denver Metro area)
    Job-Line is a program of DenverWorks that provides phones to entry level job seekers with barriers to employment including ex-offenders, monolingual Spanish speakers, those interested in getting off government assistance, individuals who lack transportation, childcare, or high school diplomas/GEDs. Apply via the online application or visit one of the locations below. Eligibility Income under $2,000 Receiving government assistance Living in the Denver metro area Contact: Aurora Office 10139 E Colfax Ave Aurora, CO 80010 Denver Office 6000 E Evans Ave. Denver, Colorado 80222 Job Line Program Website
  • Colocación y Apoyo individual (IPS) - Empleo Asistido
    El empleo asistido es un programa que ayuda a las personas con enfermedades mentales y/o trastornos por uso de sustancias a encontrar y mantener puestos de trabajo, mientras que al mismo tiempo proporciona a los empleadores acceso a empleados motivados. El modelo de colocación y apoyo individual (IPS) de empleo asistido es uno de los muchos tipos de programas vocacionales para personas con problemas de salud comportamental, y las investigaciones demuestran que tiene mucho éxito. (303) 866-7860 alia.andrews2@state.co.us (303) 866-7427 paul.barnett@state.co.us Sitio web de IPS
  • ¡IN! Colorado Initiative for Inclusive Higher Education
    IN! es una organización sin fines de lucro que crea oportunidades universitarias inclusivas para estudiantes con discapacidades intelectuales en Colorado. IN! trabaja para ayudar a los estudiantes a encontrar empleos exitosos después de graduarse. 7931 S Broadway #193 Littleton, CO 80122 (720) 629-0196 Sitio web de ¡IN!
  • Easterseals: IPS Supported Employment (Located in Denver)
    The IPS Supported Employment Program at Easterseals tackles barriers to employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Denver. The program works with individuals to teach vital job skills, increase employment opportunities, and help those who are employed to stay employed. The program provides qualifying jobseekers with free employment services, skills training, job support, job coaching, bus training, and more. Eligibility Denver Resident Must have an Intellectual and/or developmental disability Contact: Kim Berg  (303) 886-7965 KBerg@eastersealscolorado.org Easterseals Website
  • Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP)
    SCSEP participants are provided a minimum wage while learning new skills and improving their opportunity to become employed. Employment training takes place at nonprofit and government agencies such as libraries, senior centers, schools and parks. Participants help community organizations expand their service capacity while developing their job skills, self-confidence and a restored sense of self-worth. Eligibility Age 55 or older Legally eligible to work in the U.S. Living in a household with income of no more than 125 percent of the federal poverty level Contact: 877-872-5627 SCSEP Website
  • Apoyo de Empleo y Oportunidades de Capacitación de SNAP to Success
    SNAP to Success brinda apoyo de empleo y oportunidades de capacitación a los individuos elegibles para SNAP en el condado de Denver. El equipo de SNAP to Success ayuda a las personas que se incorporan a la fuerza laboral a adquirir las habilidades necesarias para tener éxito en su función. Las personas que participan en el programa reciben administración de casos, habilidades para conservar el empleo, capacitación y más. Para solicitarlo, llame o envíe un correo electrónico al equipo de SNAP to Success. Contacto: (720) 944-1449 SNAPtosuccess@denvergov.org Folleto de SNAP to Success
  • Programa de empleo y capacitación subsidiado de Colorado Works (CW STEP)
    CW STEP ayuda a conectar a las poblaciones en riesgo que son elegibles para la asistencia en efectivo básica de Colorado Works - el programa financiado con fondos federales de Colorado que brinda asistencia temporal en efectivo para familias necesitadas - con una experiencia y una oportunidad de trabajo profesional crucial. Elegibilidad Elegible para asistencia básica en efectivo de Colorado Works Sitio web de CW STEP
  • Denver Day Works en Bayaud Enterprises
    Denver Day Works brinda experiencia laboral a corto plazo para adultos que están sin hogar o están en riesgo quedarse sin uno. Las personas que participan del programa reciben el pago por sus servicios el mismo día, además de comidas para el desayuno y el almuerzo. El programa ofrece opciones de trabajo accesibles y conecta a las personas con la navegación de beneficios y los servicios de empleo. Elegibilidad Tener 18 años o más Estar sin vivienda Tener ganas de trabajar Participar de una orientación 333 W Bayaud Ave Denver, CO 80223 Elsa.Erickson@bayaudenterprises.org (303) 830-6885 Sitio Web de Bayaud
  • Colorado Works Subsidized Training and Employment Program (CW STEP)
    CW STEP helps connect at-risk populations who are eligible for basic cash assistance from Colorado Works—Colorado’s federally funded program providing temporary cash assistance for needy families—with crucial professional work experience and opportunity. Eligibility Eligible for basic cash assistance from Colorado Works CW STEO Website
  • Colorado Employment First
    Colorado Employment First prepares SNAP recipients for employment through trainings, experience and monthly job search support. The program promotes self sufficiency and independence to Coloradans. Eligibility Colorado Resident SNAP Benefit Recipient Colorado Employment First Website
  • Employment Services (Serves Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Summit counties)"
    Developmental Disabilities Resource Center provides employment services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Summit counties. The program provides a variety of services including competitive integrated services career exploration, job development, initial on-the-job training, travel training and ongoing follow-along supports. Contact: (720) 544-8114 heather.hagen@ddrcco.com DDRC Website
  • Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
    JAN proporciona servicios de consultoría gratuitos para todas las personas, independientemente de su condición y situación laboral. 800-526-7234 Sitio web de JAN
  • Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
    JAN provides free consulting services for all individuals regardless of condition and employment status. Contact: (800) 526-7234 JAN Website
  • Teaching the Autism Community Trades (TACT)
    TACT provides trade and technical training specifically created for individuals on the autism spectrum that lead to employable jobs and lasting careers. The overall goal is to increase the proficiency of each person’s marketable interests before they leave school, imparting skills and workplace preparation to increase future employment opportunities and success. Eligibility Individuals ages 14 to 21 on the Autism Spectrum Contact: amanda@buildwithtact.org TACT Website
  • Rehire Colorado
    ReHire Colorado is a transitional employment program to help individuals tackle employment barriers. The program helps people re-enter the workforce by combining wage-paid work, job skills training and supportive services. Eligibility Lawfully present and eligible to work in the United States Colorado residents At least 18 years old Not incarcerated or otherwise unavailable for work Family income below 150% of the federal poverty level, as adjusted for family size Unemployed, or employed for no more than 20 hours per week, for at least four consecutive weeks Demonstration of active job search through the public workforce system Rehire Colorado Website
  • Denver Day Works at Bayaud Enterprises
    Denver Day Works provides short term work experience for adults experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. People in the program receive same day payment for their services and meals for breakfast and lunch. The program offers accessible work options and connects individuals to benefits navigation and employment services. Eligibility Must be 18 years or older Experiencing Homelessness Have a desire to work Attend an orientation Contact: (303) 830-6885 Elsa.Erickson@bayaudenterprises.org 333 W Bayaud AveDenver, CO 80223 Bayaud Website
  • Employment Works
    Employment Works provides employment related services to individuals with disabilities in the Denver Metro area and throughout Colorado. The program provides youth employment mentoring, adult/youth job development and placement and Social Security Work Incentive Planning and Assistance (benefits counseling.) 801 Yosemite Street Denver, CO 80230 info@abilityconnectioncolorado.org (303) 691-9339 Employment Works Website
  • Individual Placement and Support (IPS) - Supported Employment
    Supported employment is a program that helps people with mental illness and/or substance use disorders find and keep jobs, while at the same time providing employers with access to motivated employees. The Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment is one of many types of vocational programs for people with behavioral health issues, and research shows it is very successful. Contact: (303)866-7860 alia.andrews2@state.co.us (303)866-7427 paul.barnett@state.co.us IPS Website
  • Teléfonos para el empleo (área metropolitana de Denver)
    Job-Line es un programa de DenverWorks que entrega teléfonos a los solicitantes de empleo de nivel inicial que tienen barreras para encontrar un empleo, incluyendo ex delincuentes, hablantes de español monolingüe, los interesados en salir de la asistencia del gobierno, las personas que carecen de transporte, de cuidado de niños, o de diploma de escuela secundaria/GED. Aplíquese a través de la solicitud en línea o visite una de los locales a continuación. Elegibilidad Tener ingresos menores a $2,000 Recibir ayuda del gobierno Vivir en el área metropolitana de Denver Contacto: Oficina de Aurora 10139 E Colfax Ave Aurora, CO 80010 Oficina de Denver 6000 E Evans Ave. Denver, Colorado 80222 Página web del programa Job Line
  • Employment Works
    Employment Works brinda servicios relacionados con el empleo a personas con discapacidades en el área metropolitana de Denver y en todo Colorado. El programa ofrece orientación sobre empleo juvenil, desarrollo y colocación laboral para adultos/jóvenes y planificación y asistencia de incentivos laborales del Seguro Social (asesoramiento sobre beneficios). 801 Yosemite Street Denver, CO 80230 info@abilityconnectioncolorado.org (303) 691-9339 Sitio Web de Employmnet Works
  • IN! Colorado Initaitive for Inclusive Higher Education
    IN! is a nonprofit that creates inclusive college opportunities in Colorado for students with intellectual disabilities. IN! works to successfully help students find successful employments after graduating. Contact: (720) 629-0196 7931 S Broadway #193 Littleton, CO 80122 IN! Website
  • Servicios de Empleo (sirve a los condados de Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson y Summit)"
    El Centro de Recursos para Discapacidades del Desarrollo brinda servicios de empleo a personas con discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo que viven en los condados de Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson y Summit. El programa brinda una variedad de servicios que incluyen exploración de carreras de servicios integrados competitivos, desarrollo laboral, capacitación inicial en el trabajo, capacitación para viajes y apoyo continuo. (720) 544-8114 heather.hagen@ddrcco.com Sitio Web de DDRC
  • Teaching the Autism Community Trades (TACT)
    TACT proporciona capacitación técnica y comercial creadas específicamente para personas con espectro del autismo para conducirlos a empleos y carreras duraderas. El objetivo general es aumentar la competencia de los intereses comerciales de cada persona antes de que deje la escuela, impartiendo habilidades y preparación en el lugar de trabajo para aumentar las oportunidades de empleo y el éxito futuros. Elegibilidad Personas de 14 a 21 años con el espectro del autismo 2733 W 8th Ave Denver, CO 80204 amanda@buildwithtact.org Sitio web de TACT
  • Programa de empleo de Servicios Comunitarios para personas mayores (SCSEP)
    Los participantes de SCSEP reciben un salario mínimo mientras aprenden nuevas habilidades y mejoran su oportunidad de conseguir un empleo. La capacitación laboral se lleva a cabo en agencias gubernamentales y sin fines de lucro, como bibliotecas, centros para personas mayores, escuelas y parques. Los participantes ayudan a las organizaciones comunitarias a expandir su capacidad de servicio mientras desarrollan sus habilidades laborales, confianza en sí mismos y un sentido de autoestima restaurado. Elegibilidad A partir de 55 años Legalmente elegible para trabajar en los EE. UU. Vivir en un hogar con ingresos que no superen el 125 % del nivel federal de pobreza 877-872-5627 Sitio web de SCSEP
  • Asistencia por desastre TANF de Denver Human Services
    Ayuda a las familias de Denver que califican y que se han visto afectadas financieramente por COVID-19. Este programa está diseñado para ayudar a aquellos que no califican para otros beneficios; ayuda a los residentes con al menos un niño en el hogar que tienen ingresos anuales de hasta $ 75,000. 3-1-1 Sitio Web de Asistencia por desastre TANF
  • Health First Colorado Buy In Program
    The Health First Colorado Buy-In Program for Working Adults with Disabilities lets adults with a disability who qualify to "buy-into" Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program). If you work and earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado you may qualify. If you qualify, you pay a monthly premium. Your monthly premium is based on your income. Eligibility Ages 16 through 64 based on their gross individual income that is adjusted with applicable disregards. The calculated amount must be at or below $4,684. which is 450% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) in 2019. Contact: 800-221-3943 Health First Colorado Website
  • Tax Help Colorado
    Tax Help Colorado ofrece asistencia gratuita para la preparación de impuestos a las personas que ganan menos de aproximadamente $54,000 al año, lo que ayuda a aliviar la carga de los costos de preparación de impuestos comerciales para las personas con salarios bajos. (303) 628-3800 Sitio web de ayuda fiscal
  • Programa de compra de Health First Colorado
    El programa de compra de Health First Colorado para adultos con discapacidades que trabajan, les permite calificar para “comprar” Health First Colorado (programa de Medicaid de Colorado). Si trabaja y gana demasiado para calificar para Health First Colorado, usted puede calificar. Si califica, pagará una prima mensual. Su prima mensual se basa en sus ingresos. Elegibilidad De 16 a 64 años de edad según su ingreso individual bruto que es ajustado sin tener en cuenta los gastos deducibles aplicables. La cantidad calculada debe ser de $4,684 o menos que es el 450% del Nivel Federal de Pobreza (FPL) en 2019. 800-221-3943 Sitio web de Health First Colorado
  • Programas financieros para adultos
    Los Programas Financieros para Adultos de Colorado incluyen el Programa Suplementario de Ayuda para Discapacitados Necesitados de Colorado; el programa exclusivo estatal de Ayuda a los discapacitados necesitados; el Programa de Asistencia para el Entierro; el programa de pensiones de vejez; el programa de subsidio para cuidados en el hogar; y el programa de Subsidio para Necesidades Personales. Elegibilidad Ser residente de Colorado Debe ser ciudadano de los Estados Unidos o naturalizado, o residente permanente legal elegible y estar presente legalmente Debe estar aprobado para SSI debido a una discapacidad o ceguera. Debe buscar y aceptar todos los demás ingresos y recursos potenciales que puedan estar disponibles. (303) 866-5700 Sitio web de programas financieros para adultos
  • Denver Human Services’ TANF Disaster Assistance
    Helps qualifying Denver families who have been financially impacted by COVID-19. Designed to aid those who don’t qualify for other benefits, this program assists residents with at least one child at home who have annual incomes up to $75,000. Contact: Call 3-1-1 TANF Disaster Assistance Website
  • Beneficios de Banda Ancha de Emergencia
    El beneficio de banda ancha de emergencia es un programa de la FCC que brinda apoyo financiero a familias y hogares que tienen dificultades para pagar el servicio de Internet durante la pandemia de COVID-19. El beneficio conecta a los hogares elegibles con trabajos, servicios de atención médica críticos, aulas virtuales y ofrece un descuento de hasta $ 50 por mes para el servicio de banda ancha para hogares elegibles y hasta $ 75 por mes para hogares en tierras tribales elegibles. Contacto: 1-888-225-5322 broadbandbenefit@fcc.gov Sitio web de beneficios de banda ancha
  • Women Partnering: Recursos para mujeres y niños económicamente vulnerables (Colorado Springs)
    Women Partnering ofrece a las mujeres y niños económicamente vulnerables de la zona de Colorado Springs la oportunidad de desarrollar objetivos y crear planes para alcanzarlos con el apoyo de una red de mujeres de diversos orígenes. El programa utiliza un enfoque integral para ayudar a las mujeres a ser económicamente sostenibles y a encontrar los recursos que necesitan para mantenerse estables. Las personas pueden aplicarse visitando el local en persona o llamando por teléfono. Contacto: (719) 577-9404 961 E Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Sitio web de Women Partnering
  • Emergency Broadband Benefits
    The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program provides financial support to families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. The benefit connects eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and provides a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Contact: 1-888-225-5322 broadbandbenefit@fcc.gov Broadband Benefits Website
  • Women Partnering: Resources for Financially Vulnerable Women and Children (Colorado Springs)
    Women Partnering provides financially vulnerable women and children in the Colorado Springs area with an opportunity to develop goals and create plans to meet those goals with the support of a network of women from diverse backgrounds. The program uses a wholistic approach to help women become economically sustainable and find resources they need to remain stable. People can apply by visiting in person or calling over the phone. Contact: (719) 577-9404 961 E Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Women Partnering Website
  • Adult Financial Programs
    Colorado's Adult Financial Programs include the Aid to the Needy Disabled-Colorado Supplement program; the Aid to the Needy Disabled-State Only program; the Burial Assistance Program; the Old Age Pension program; the Home Care Allowance program; and the Personal Needs Allowance program. Eligibility Colorado resident Must be a United States or naturalized citizen, or an eligible legal permanent resident and be lawfully present Must be approved for SSI due to a disability or blindness Must pursue and accept all other potential income and resources that may be available Contact: (303) 866-5700 Adult Financial Programs Website
  • Asistencia para adultos mayores de 55 (ubicado en Silverthorne y Breckenridge)
    El Centro de Recursos Familiares e Interculturales (FIRC) brinda asistencia financiera a personas calificadas de 55 años o más para cubrir necesidades de atención médica, recetas, vivienda, comida y ropa. Para aquellos que tienen bajos ingresos o tienen dificultades para pagar lo que necesitan, FIRC ofrece cupones para bancos de alimentos y tiendas de segunda mano que están disponibles los martes y jueves en la oficina de FIRC de 12:30 a 2:30 p.m. (970) 262-3888 Sitio web de FIRC
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
    Colorado Works is Colorado's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Through the program, participants receive help becoming self-sufficient by strengthening their family's economic and social stability. Colorado Works operates in all 64 counties and is delivered locally through each county's department of human or social services. Eligibility A person must have a dependent child in the home or be pregnant. Colorado resident Must be a United States or naturalized citizen, or an eligible legal permanent resident and be lawfully present Must meet the income guidelines Must partner with child support Contact: (303) 866-5700 TANF Website
  • Adults 55+ Assistance (Located in Silverthorne and Breckenridge)
    The Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) provides financial assistance to qualifying individuals 55 years old and older with medical, prescriptions, housing, food and clothing assistance. For those who are low-income or struggling to afford what they need the FIRC offer food bank and thrift store vouchers that are available Tuesdays and Thursdays at the FIRC Office from 12:30 -2:30 p.m. Contact: (970) 262-3888 FIRC Website
  • Tax Help Colorado
    Tax Help Colorado offers free tax preparation assistance to individuals who earn less than about $54,000 a year, helping to ease the burden of commercial tax preparation costs on low-wage earners. Contact: (303) 628-3800 Tax Help Website
  • El programa de Asistencia Temporal para Familias Necesitadas (TANF) se conoce como Colorado Works
    Colorado Works es el programa de Asistencia Temporal para Familias Necesitadas (TANF) de Colorado. A través del programa, los participantes reciben ayuda para ser autosuficientes fortaleciendo la estabilidad económica y social de su familia. Colorado Works opera en los 64 condados y se entrega localmente a través del departamento de servicios sociales o humanos de cada condado. Elegibilidad Una persona debe tener un hijo dependiente en el hogar o estar embarazada. Ser residente de Colorado Debe ser ciudadano de los Estados Unidos o naturalizado, o residente permanente legal elegible y estar presente legalmente Debe cumplir con las pautas de ingresos Debe asociarse con la manutención infantil (303) 866-5700 Sitio web de TANF
  • Dental Lifeline Network
    Dental Lifeline Network is a national humanitarian organization providing access to comprehensive dental services for people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically at-risk. Contact: 888-471-6334 Dental Lifeline Network
  • Denver Adult Down Syndrome Clinic
    Global Down Syndrome Foundation and Denver Health have joined forces to organize a pilot clinic which aims to provide excellent medical care to adults with Down syndrome. The clinic recuited Down Syndrome expert to address medical health concerns and behavioural health concerns on Mondays. Eligibility 21 years and older Colorado Resident Contact: (303) 436-6220 Down Syndrome Clinic Website
  • National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability"
    National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is a resource center that works to help people with disabilities get healthier by participating more in all types of physical and social activities. NCHPAD also trains service providers to make their programs more inclusive. Contact: 1-800-900-8086 email@nchpad.org NCHPAD Website
  • Anna and John J. Sie Center for Down Syndrome
    The Sie Center at Children's Hospitals specializes in research and care for children with Down syndrome. The center provides evaluation, consultation and therapies for infants, children, teens and young adults with Down syndrome. The Sie Center Website
  • NeedyMeds
    Online information about programs that provide assistance to people who are unable to afford their medications and health care costs. Needy Meds Website
  • Children's Health Plan Plus
    Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is public low-cost health insurance for certain children and pregnant women. It is for people who earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program), but not enough to pay for private health insurance. Eligibility Children age 18 and under and pregnant women age 19 and over. Applicants with household income under 260% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). See Do You Qualify For Child Health Plan Plus? for more details. Colorado Residents Lawfully residing children and pregnant women with no five year waiting period Applicants not eligible for Health First Colorado Applicants who do not have other health insurance Contact: 800-359-1991 CHP+ Website
  • Blue Guide Colorado
    This guide helps uninsured individuals and families, health care providers and community organizations locate the healthcare options and resources that are available for uninsured and underinsured Coloradans. Blue Guide Colorado Website
  • A.V. Hunter Trust
    The A.V. Hunter Trust provides funds for individuals (who are legal residents of Colorado) who need assistance to purchase durable medical equipment through applications from a referring professional. A.V. Hunter Trust Website
  • Mesothelioma Treatment Community
    Online resource that guides you through every step of the diagnostic and treatment process. Find information and videos on asbestos, mesothelioma cancer, treatment options and much more. Mesotheloma Treatment Website
  • Kids Mobility
    Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equipment. Contact: (303) 242-8281 Kids Mobility Website
  • Older Adults’ Equity Collaborative Resource Library
    The Older Adults’ Equity Collaborative (OAEC) Resource Library provides digital tools, resources and guidance to the aging services network to better serve older adults and family caregivers. The Resource library provides supportive information with a variety of online resources for areas such as social isolation, mental health, Alzheimer’s/dementia, disabilities, caregiving, retirement income and security and emergency planning Resource Library Website
  • Health First Colorado
    Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) is public health insurance for Coloradans who qualify. Health First Colorado is funded jointly by a federal-state partnership and is administered by the Department of Health Care Policy & Financing. Contact: 800-221-3943 Health First Colorado Website
  • Good Health Will
    Accepts donations of durable medical equipment and medical supplies and supplies them to people of all ages in Colorado and Wyoming. The organization also provides guidance in acquiring medical equipment and supplies. Good Health Will Website
  • Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
    Statewide hotline to report suspected child abuse and neglect. All callers will be able to reach someone via the hotline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Contact: 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437) Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
  • Connect for Health Colorado
    An online health insurance marketplace where you will be able to shop, compare, pick and purchase the health plan that is right for you. Get basic information about how you can start shopping for a health insurance plan through Connect for Health Colorado. Contact: 855-752-6749 Connect for Health Website
  • Blink Health
    Blink Health helps people find prescription medications available at lower prices. Contact: (844) 366-2211 Blink Health Website
  • Autism Society of Northern Carolina (ASNC)
    ASNC provides a story tailored to children about staying healthy. The story illustrates a story of the dangers of spreading germs. ASNC Website
  • Refugio familiar de transición (Aurora)
    El Refugio Familiar de Transición ofrece un refugio a corto plazo de tres a seis meses para las familias elegibles que reciben Colorado Works (TANF) a través del Condado de Arapahoe. En el refugio, las familias reciben comidas, artículos de higiene, ropa de temporada, administración de casos y clases de alfabetización financiera. Contacto: (720) 859-7100 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Sitio web del refugio
  • Rebuilding Together
    Rebuilding Together provides critical repairs and renovations for low-income homeowners across the United States. With nearly 100,000 volunteers, they have been able to repair homes, revitalize communities and rebuild lives. Contact: 800-473-4229 Rebuilding Together Website
  • Ejército de Salvación de Colorado
    El Ejército de Salvación brinda refugio seguro todas las noches a los necesitados y otros servicios que pueden ayudar a las comunidades vulnerables. El Ejército de Salvación tiene muchas oficinas en todo Colorado que ayudan a las personas y familias a encontrar refugio y vivienda, recursos alimentarios, servicios de salud, servicios en casos de violencia doméstica, consejería familiar, asistencia de emergencia y más. Para encontrar un Ejército de Salvación local cerca de usted y conocer los servicios ofrecidos, visite su sitio web.
  • Transitional Family Shelter (Aurora)
    The Transition Family Shelter provides three- to six-month short-term shelter for eligible families receiving Colorado Works (TANF) through Arapahoe County. In the shelter, families receive meals, hygiene items, seasonal clothing, case management and financial literacy classes. Contact: (720) 859-7100 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Shelter Website
  • Irving Street Women's Residence
    The Irving Street Women’s Residence is a safe haven that provides chronically homeless women with mental health or physical health needs via their residential and support services. The program provides qualifying women with a home, case manager and the opportunity to meet with a weekly therapist. Eligibility Colorado Resident Women 18 and older Chronically homeless Have Mental Health or Physical health need that is being addressed Contact: (303) 934-9501  cfischer@voacolorado.org 601 S. Irving Street Denver, CO 80219 Irving Street Women's Residence Website
  • Albergue de Boulder para las personas sin hogar
    El Refugio de Boulder brinda un refugio nocturno para adultos a partir de 18 años que no tienen hogar. Para aplicarse, los adultos deben completar la Ingreso Coordinado del Condado de Boulder llamando al número de abajo los lunes, miércoles, jueves y viernes. Para ingresar el mismo día debe llamar antes de las 3:40 pm y registrarse entre las 5:00 pm y las 7:00 pm. Contacto: (303) 579-4404 (Boulder) 4869 N Broadway Boulder, CO 80304 Sitio web del refugio de Boulder
  • Colorado Housing Connects
    Colorado Housing Connects proporciona recursos accesibles a los habitantes de Colorado en las áreas de vivienda general y recursos de vivienda justa. Conectan a los habitantes de Colorado con una serie de servicios, como los de prevención de desalojos para los inquilinos y los de prevención de ejecuciones hipotecarias para los propietarios de viviendas. El sitio web ofrece información útil sobre la vivienda para inquilinos, propietarios, arrendadores y compradores. Para obtener ayuda, llame o envíe una consulta en línea. Contacto: 1-844-926-6632 Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. 2250 Eaton St., Garden Level Edgewater, CO 80214 Colorado Housing Connects
  • Housing Counseling Assistance Program
    All Coloradans have access to a free service that connects people to local housing resources including rental and mortgage assistance and legal assistance to prevent a looming eviction. Contact: To receive assistance, call 1-844-926-6632. HCAP Website
  • Emergency Cold Weather Activation Shelter in Aurora (only in weather emergencies) (Aurora)
    Aurora Day Resource Center becomes a 24/7 shelter during certain weather emergencies during the winter season. In times when the center become a shelter, the shelter becomes a first-come, first-serve basis. To get more information, call the number below. Contact: (303) 343-7808 13387 E 19th Pl Aurora, CO 80011 Housing Website
  • Denver Rescue Mission
    Denver Rescue Mission ayuda a las familias sin hogar y a las personas mayores en su transición a una vivienda permanente. Si las familias son aprobadas, ellas reciben asistencia con el depósito de seguridad y el alquiler del primer mes (incluida la tutoría). Elegibilidad Estar pasando por falta de vivienda (no puede estar en un contrato de arrendamiento firmado) Ser padre/madre soltero/a, con un hijo menor de 18 años bajo custodia o una persona mayor (de 60 años o más) Fuente verificable de todos los ingresos y beneficios actuales. El alquiler futuro estimado no debe exceder el 50% de los ingresos netos Copia de las tarjetas de Seguro Social de todos los miembros del hogar Copia de los certificados de nacimiento de los niños y una identificación con foto del adulto. No ser un delincuente sexual registrado ni haber cometido un delito grave violento Estar dispuesto a ser asesorado (7 reuniones) (303) 313-2440 Asistencia para Vivienda Familiar DRM
  • The Gathering Place
    The Gathering Place provides food, laundry, showers, rental assistance and more to women, transgenders and children. Members can receive 30 pounds of food once a month. Sign up to be a member at the location. The Gathering Place also offers three meals a day on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Breakfast 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Snack 3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. Contact: (303) 321-4198 1535 High St Denver, Co 80218 The Gathering Place Website
  • Proyect COPE
    Project COPE brinda asistencia para el pago de servicios públicos a familias y personas que pasan por dificultades financieras debido a una crisis personal o emergencia, independientemente de sus ingresos. Es la única organización local que dedica todos sus fondos a la asistencia para el pago de servicios públicos durante todo el año en Colorado Springs. Sitio web de Proyect COPE
  • Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
    Coalition es un líder nacional en la provisión de vivienda, atención médica, servicios vocacionales y de apoyo integrados, creando soluciones duraderas para las personas sin hogar. Trabajan diligentemente para crear soluciones duraderas para las personas sin hogar. (303) 293-2217 Sitio web de Colorado Coalition
  • Jewish Family Services Emergency Assistance Program
    Jewish Family Services offers individuals and families limited rental assistance through the Emergency Assistance Program. They also offer case management to Denver-area individuals and families who are facing homelessness. Contact: (720) 248-4690 Jewish Family Services Website
  • Programa de Beneficio Fiscal a la Propiedad de Denver
    Los inquilinos y propietarios de viviendas de Denver que vivieron en su casa todo el año pasado pueden calificar para un reembolso parcial de los impuestos a la propiedad o el alquiler para parejas e individuos de 65 años o más o discapacitados permanentes, y para propietarios con hijos. Sitio Web de Program de Benefico Fiscal a la Propiedad de Denver
  • Colorado Apartment Association (CAA)
    CAA shares a list of resources that may be able to help Colorado Tenants who are struggling to pay their rent and utilities. Resources available on the web site and separated by location: City, County and Statewide. CAA Website
  • Denver Rescue Mission
    Denver Rescue Mission helps homeless families and seniors transition into permanent housing. If approved families receive first month’s rent and security deposit assistance (including mentoring). Eligibility Currently experiencing homelessness (cannot be in a signed lease) Either a single parent with a child under the age of 18 in custody, or a senior (age 60 +) Verifiable source of all current income and benefits Estimated future rent not to exceed 50% of net income Copy of Social Security cards for all household members Copy of birth certificates of children and a photo ID of adult Not a registered sex offender or have a violent felony Willing to be mentored (7 meetings) Contact: (303) 313-2440 DRM Family Housing Assistance
  • Salvation Army Colorado
    The Salvation Army provides safe shelter to those in need every night and other services that can help vulnerable communities. The Salvation Army has many offices across Colorado that help individuals and families find shelter and housing, food resources, health services, domestic violence services, family counseling, emergency assistance and more. To find a local Salvation Army near you and learn about the services offered visit their website. Salvation Army Website
  • Recursos de Vivienda en Western Colorado (HRWC)
    Recursos de Vivienda en Western Colorado ofrece vivienda y servicios relacionados con la vivienda a los residentes de western Colorado. HRWC ayuda a las personas a crear y mantener viviendas estables en western Colorado a través de programas de vivienda asequible, eficiencia energética, educación y renovación. 524 30 Road, Suite 3 Grand Junction, CO 81504 (970) 241-2871 (970) 245-4853 Sitio web de HRWC
  • Línea directa de ejecución hipotecaria de Colorado
    Línea directa de ejecución hipotecaria de Colorado es un recurso que pone en contacto a los propietarios de viviendas en dificultades o en riesgo de ejecución hipotecaria con las agencias de asesoramiento en materia de viviendas aprobadas por HUD. Los asesores internos apoyan a las personas brindándoles asesoramiento para la prevención de ejecuciones hipotecarias y otros servicios pertinentes. Contacto: Línea directa de ejecución hipotecaria de Colorado (877) 601-HOPE o (877) 601-4673 Sitio web sobre ejecuciones hipotecarias en Colorado
  • Asistencia para Vivienda Familiar DRM
    Denver Rescue Mission helps homeless families and seniors transition into permanent housing. If approved families receive first month’s rent and security deposit assistance (including mentoring). Pre-Qualifications: Currently experiencing homelessness (cannot be in a signed lease) Either a single parent with a child under the age of 18 in custody, or a senior (age 60 +) Verifiable source of all current income and benefits Estimated future rent not to exceed 50% of net income Copy of Social Security cards for all household members Copy of birth certificates of children and a photo ID of adult Not a registered sex offender or have a violent felony Willing to be mentored (7 meetings) (303)313-2440 DRM Family Housing Assistance.PDF
  • The Denver Property Tax Relief Program
    Denver renters and homeowners who lived in their home all of the last year may qualify for a partial refund of property taxes or rent for couples and individuals who are 65 or older or permanently disabled, and for homeowners with children. Property Tax Relief program Website
  • The City of Boulder Legal Assistance and Expanded Rental Assistance
    The City of Boulder is offering legal assistance and expanded rental assistance to renters in Boulder who are facing eviction. If you are facing a potential eviction you can place an online request or by calling (303) 441-3414. Contact: (303) 441-3388 1777 Broadway Boulder CO 80302 Eviction Prevention Services Website
  • DRM Family Housing Assistance
    Denver Rescue Mission helps homeless families and seniors transition into permanent housing. If approved families receive first month’s rent and security deposit assistance (including mentoring). Eligibility Currently experiencing homelessness (cannot be in a signed lease) Either a single parent with a child under the age of 18 in custody, or a senior (age 60 +) Verifiable source of all current income and benefits Estimated future rent not to exceed 50% of net income Copy of Social Security cards for all household members Copy of birth certificates of children and a photo ID of adult Not a registered sex offender or have a violent felony Willing to be mentored (7 meetings) Contact: (303) 313-2440 DRM Family Housing Assistance PDF
  • Programa de Asistencia de Asesoramiento de vivienda
    Todos los habitantes de Colorado tienen acceso a un servicio gratuito que conecta a las personas con los recursos de vivienda locales, incluida la asistencia para alquiler e hipoteca y asistencia legal para evitar un desalojo inminente. Para recibir asistencia, llame al 1-844-926-6632. Sitio web de HCAP
  • HopeWest Colorado
    HopeWest provides care for those facing serious illness and grief in Mesa, Delta, Montrose, Ouray, and Rio Blanco counties. The nonprofit provides extensive bereavement services to people of all ages and provides hospice care in homes, nursing facilities and more. HopeWest Colorado Website
  • Boulder shelter for the homeless
    The Boulder Shelter for the Homeless provides an overnight shelter for adults 18 and older. To apply, adults must complete the Boulder County Coordinated Entry by calling the number below on Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays, and Fridays. For same day entry you must call before 3:40 pm and check in between the hours of 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Contact: (303) 579-4404 (Boulder) 4869 N Broadway Boulder, CO 80304 Boulder Shelter Website
  • Albergue de Activación en casos Emergencia por Bajas Temperaturas en Aurora (solo en emergencias climáticas) (Aurora)
    El Centro de Recursos de Aurora Day se convierte en un refugio 24/7 durante ciertas emergencias climáticas durante la temporada de invierno. En las épocas en que el centro se convierte en refugio, éste pasa a serlo por orden de llegada. Para obtener más información, llame al número siguiente. Contacto: (303) 343-7808 13387 E 19th Pl Aurora, CO 80011 Sitio web de la vivienda
  • Housing Resources of Western Colorado (HRWC)
    Housing Resources of Western Colorado provides housing and housing related services to residents of Western Colorado. HRWC helps people create and maintain stable housing in Western Colorado through attainable housing, energy efficiency, education, and renovation programs. Contact: (970) 241-2871 524 30 Road, Suite 3 Grand Junction, CO 81504 HRWCO Website
  • Refugio de emergencia para familias (condado de Adams)
    Este refugio de emergencia ofrece servicios para familias con niños, mujeres embarazadas y sus parejas. La estadía en este refugio es de un máximo de 60 días. Las familias pueden solicitarlo llamando a la línea de sorteo del refugio para familias que aparece a continuación y dejando un mensaje entre las 5:00 am y las 12:00 pm. Las familias deben incluir el nombre y el apellido de cada miembro de su familia y su identidad de género. Llame de nuevo a las 2:00 pm para escuchar la grabación que anunciará si ha sido seleccionado para el sorteo. Si es seleccionado, llegue entre las 4:30 pm y las 6:00 pm para recibir los servicios del día. Elegibilidad: La familia debe tener hijos de 18 años o menos O Mujeres embarazadas y sus parejas Contacto: (720) 505-2628 (Línea de sorteo familiar) (720) 859-7100 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Sitio web del refugio de emergencia
  • "Find Shelter" tool from HUD"
    The Find Shelter tool is a new resource that helps users search for nearby facilities that provide shelter, clothing, health clinics, and food pantries to those in need. Find Shelter provides mapping and contact information for these service providers and the site is optimized for mobile use. Find Shelter Website
  • Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP)
    Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Division of Housing is offering short-term rental and mortgage assistance. Applicants must demonstrate financial hardship by completing the application for assistance, including the section on financial hardship, and the self-certification/attestation that their financial hardship is due to COVID-19. Contact: DOLA_COEHAP@state.co.us EHAP Guidelines EHAP Website
  • Apoyo a la vivienda de Brother's Redevelopment
    Brothers Redevelopment conecta a los residentes de Colorado con bajos ingresos, ancianos y discapacitados con soluciones de vivienda asequibles, seguras y accesibles. Brothers proporciona apoyo a la comunidad a través de la ayuda para el alquiler, el apoyo a las personas mayores, la reparación de viviendas y mucho más. Contacto: (303) 202-6340 Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. 2250 Eaton St., Garden Level Edgewater, CO 80214 Sitio web de Brother's Redevelopment
  • HopeWest Colorado
    HopeWest brinda atención a quienes enfrentan enfermedades graves y están en duelo y que residen en los condados de Mesa, Delta, Montrose, Ouray y Rio Blanco. La organización sin fines de lucro brinda amplios servicios de duelo a personas de todas las edades y ofrece cuidados paliativos en hogares, centros de enfermería y más. info@HopeWestCO.org 866-310-8900 Sitio web de HopeWest Colorado
  • Energy Outreach Colorado’s Crisis Intervention Program
    Provides help with repairing or replacing a home's primary heating system, such as a furnace or wood-burning stove. The program offers emergency repair and/ or replacement of heating systems for households such as repairing of failed furnaces or boilers, replacing failed heating systems, and snow removal to facilitate fuel delivery in rural areas. Eligibility Primary heating source isn’t working You qualify and are approved for low-income energy assistance (LEAP) Contact: 1-855-4-MY-HEAT (1-855-469-4328) Energy Outreach Colorado Website
  • Emergency Shelter for Families (Adams County)
    This emergency shelter provides services for families with children, pregnant women and their partners. A stay in this emergency shelter is a maximum of 60 days. Families can apply by calling the family shelter lottery line below and leaving a message between 5:00 am to 12:00 pm. Families must include the first and last name of each family member and gender identities. Call again at 2:00 pm to listen to the recording which will announce if you are selected for the lottery. If selected, arrive between 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm to receive services for the day. Eligibility: Family must have children aged 18 or younger OR Pregnant women and their partner Contact: (720) 505-2628 (Family Lottery Line) (720) 859-7100 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Emergency Shelter Website
  • Urban Peak Denver (Youth Ages 15 to 24)
    Urban Peak provides youth ages 15 to 24 who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless a full convergence of services. This nonprofit helps youth overcome challenges and gain stability by providing an overnight shelter(for ages 15 to 20), a daytime drop-in center, street outreach, education & employment programming, and supportive housing. Contact: (303) 974-2900 TTY/TDD: 800-659-2656 2100 Stout Street Denver, CO 80205 Urban Peak Website
  • Refugio de transición para veteranos (condado de Adams)
    Este refugio transitorio sirve a los veteranos y a sus familias y proporciona comidas, artículos de higiene, ropa de temporada, administración de casos y clases de alfabetización financiera. Para solicitar el refugio y más información, llame al (303) 341-9160. Elegibilidad: Para veteranas solteras y veteranos (hombre/mujer) con familia Contacto: (303) 341-9160 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Sitio web del refugio
  • The Gathering Place (Ubicado en Denver)
    The Gathering Place ofrece comida, lavandería, duchas, asistencia de alquiler y más servicios a mujeres, transgéneros y niños. Los miembros pueden recibir 30 libras de comida una vez al mes. Para ser miembro basta registrarse en el local. The Gathering Place también ofrece tres comidas al día los lunes, miércoles, jueves y viernes: Desayuno 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Almuerzo 11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Refrigerio 3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1535 High St Denver, Co 80218 (303) 321-4198 Sitio Web de The Gathering Place
  • The Place Colorado Springs
    The Place provides youth ages 15 to 24 who are experiencing homelessness with shelter, housing and building connections with family members. The Place connects individuals to community resources and shelters. This nonprofit can also host youth ages 15 to 20 in their 20-bed shelter and provide meals, clothing and easy connections to a health clinics. Contact: (719) 630-3223 (9am-5pm) (719) 205-7129 (After hours) 423 E Cucharras St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 The Place Website
  • Programa de Conservación de Propietarios (POP)
    Los arrendadores y propietarios pueden solicitar asistencia en nombre de sus inquilinos que hayan pasado por alguna necesidad financiera debido a los efectos de la pandemia de COVID-19. Solo los arrendadores y propietarios pueden solicitar esta asistencia para el programa POP. Los inquilinos y residentes deben presentar su solicitud a través del Programa de Asistencia de Vivienda de Emergencia (EHAP). DOLA_POP@state.co.us. Directrices POP Visite el sitio web para aplicar
  • Emergency adult shelter (Adams County)
    This emergency shelter provides overnight accommodations to adults ages 18 and older. People can apply by calling phone number below between 5:00 am and 12:00 pm and leaving a voicemail that includes their first name, last name, and gender identity. Call again at 2:00 pm and listen to the recording to determine if selected for the lottery. If selected, arrive between 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm to receive services for the day. Supports available at the shelter: • Meals, hygiene items and seasonal clothing • Showers • Referral services and case management • Healthcare screenings provided by MCPN (Metro Community Provider Network) • LGBTQ+ affirming supportive services Contact: (303) 317-8990 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Adult Shelter Website
  • Programa de Intervención de Crisis de Energy Outreach Colorado
    Brinda ayuda para reparar o reemplazar el sistema de calefacción principal de una casa, como un horno o calderas leña. El programa ofrece reparación de emergencia y/o reemplazo de sistemas de calefacción en hogares, como reparación de hornos o calderas defectuosos, reemplazo de sistemas de calefacción defectuosos y remoción de nieve para facilitar el suministro de combustible en áreas rurales. Elegibilidad Cuando la fuente de calefacción principal no funciona Califica y está aprobado para la asistencia de energía para personas de bajos ingresos (LEAP) 1-855-4-MY-HEAT (1-855-469-4328) Sitio Web de Energy Outreach Colorado
  • Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
    The Coalition is a national leader in providing integrated housing, health care, vocational and supportive services, creating lasting solutions to homelessness. They work diligently to create lasting solutions to homelessness. Contact: (303) 293-2217 Coalition Website
  • Asociación de Apartamentos de Colorado
    CAA comparte una lista de recursos que pueden ayudar a los inquilinos de Colorado que tienen dificultades para pagar el alquiler y los servicios públicos. Encontrará recursos disponibles en el sitio web y separados por ubicación: ciudad, condado y todo el estado. Sitio web de CAA
  • Brother’s Redevelopment Housing Support
    Brothers Redevelopment connects Colorado’s low-income, elderly and disabled residents with affordable, safe and accessible housing solutions. Brothers provides support to the community through rental assistance, senior support, housing repairs and more. Contact: (303) 202-6340 Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. 2250 Eaton St., Garden Level Edgewater, CO 80214 Brother’s Redevelopment Website
  • Transitional VA Shelter (Adams County)
    This transitional shelter serves veterans and their families and provides meals, hygiene items, seasonal clothing, case management and financial literacy classes. To apply for the shelter and more information call (303) 341-9160. Eligibility: For single female veterans and male/female veterans with families Contact: (303) 341-9160 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Shelter Website
  • The City of Boulder Asistencia Legal y Asistencia Ampliada
    The City of Boulder ofrece asistencia legal y asistencia ampliada para alquiler a los inquilinos en Boulder que están ante un desalojo. Si se enfrenta a un posible desalojo, puede realizar una solicitud en línea o llamar al (303) 441-3414. 1777 Broadway Boulder CO 80302 (303) 441-3388 Sitio web de asistencia
  • Female Senior Shelter (Denver)
    Volunteers of America provides a 24-hour shelter with supportive services and housing case management for women aged 60 and older. Those interested in the program must be referred by an organization prior to being considered for admission. Eligibility: Females aged 60 and older Contact: (720) 234-5195 1247 Santa Fe Dr Denver, CO 80204
  • Residencia de mujeres de la calle Irving
    La Residencia de Mujeres de la calle Irving es un refugio seguro para mujeres que viven sin hogar de forma crónica y con necesidades de salud mental o física a las que se les proporciona servicios residenciales y de apoyo. Las mujeres que cumplen los requisitos reciben apoyo con un hogar, un administrador de casos y la oportunidad de reunirse con un terapeuta semanalmente. Elegibilidad Residente de Colorado Mujeres mayores de 18 años Crónicamente sin hogar Tienen una necesidad de salud mental o física que está siendo tratada Contacto: (303) 934-9501 cfischer@voacolorado.org 601 S. Irving Street Denver, CO 80219 Sitio web de la residencia Mujeres de la calle Irving
  • Colorado Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit (PTC) rebate
    Qualifying Colorado residents may be eligible for the Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit rebate, also known as the PTC Rebate. The rebate provides qualifying parties a partial refund of property taxes or rental payments made, or a partial refund of heat or fuel expenses total based on the applicant's income and expenses. Eligibility Specific eligibility requirements exist, visit website to learn more. PTC Rebate Website
  • Programa de Asistencia de Vivienda de Emergencia (EHAP)
    La División de Vivienda del Departamento de Asuntos Locales de Colorado (DOLA) ofrece asistencia hipotecaria y de alquiler a corto plazo. Los solicitantes deben demostrar que pasan por dificultades económicas completando la solicitud de asistencia, incluyendo la sección sobre dificultades económicas y la auto-certificación/comprobación de que sus dificultades económicas se deben al COVID-19. DOLA_COEHAP@state.co.us Directrices del EHAP Visite el sitio web para aplicar
  • Colorado Foreclosure Hotline
    Colorado Foreclosure Hotline is a resource that connects homeowners in distress or at risk of foreclosure to HUD-approved housing counseling agencies. In-house counselors support individuals with foreclosure prevention counseling and other relevant services. Contact: Colorado Foreclosure HOTLINE (877) 601-HOPE or (877) 601-4673 Colorado Foreclosure Website
  • Rebuilding Together
    Rebuilding Together realiza reparaciones y renovaciones importantes para propietarios de viviendas de bajos ingresos a lo largo de los Estados Unidos. Cuenta con casi 100.000 voluntarios, quienes han podido reparar hogares, revitalizar comunidades y reconstruir vidas. 800-473-4229 Sitio web de Rebuilding Together
  • Denver Temporary Rental & Utility Assistance
    Rent, Utility and Mortgage Assistance Programs offer resources to Denver residents who are facing financial hardship to help prevent eviction or foreclosure. Contact: Call 3-1-1 and press 6 Assistance Website
  • Property Owner Preservation (POP) Program
    Landlords and property owners can apply for assistance on behalf of their tenants who have experienced financial need due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Only landlords and property owners may apply for assistance for the POP program. Tenants and residents must apply through the Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP). Contact: DOLA_POP@state.co.us POP Guidelines POP Website
  • Programa de Asistencia de Emergencia de Jewish Family Services
    Jewish Family Services ofrece asistencia de alquiler limitada a personas y familias a través del Programa de Asistencia de Emergencia. También ofrecen administración de casos a personas y familias del área de Denver que se enfrentan con la falta de vivienda. (720) 248-4690 Sitio web de Jewish Family Services
  • Project COPE
    Project COPE provides utilities payment assistance to families and individuals struggling financially due to a personal crisis or emergency, regardless of income. It is the only local organization that dedicates its entire funding to utilities payment assistance year-round in Colorado Springs. Contact: (719) 448-4800 copeinfo@csu.org Project Cope Website
  • Reembolso de impuesto a la propiedad/alquiler/crédito de calefacción (PTC) de Colorado
    Los residentes de Colorado que reúnan los requisitos pueden ser elegibles para el reembolso de crédito de impuesto sobre la propiedad/alquiler/calefacción, también conocido como reembolso de PTC. El reembolso proporciona a las partes calificadas un reembolso parcial de los impuestos a la propiedad o los pagos de alquiler realizados, o un reembolso parcial del total de los gastos de calefacción o combustible en función de los ingresos y gastos del solicitante. Elegibilidad Existen requisitos de elegibilidad específicos. Para obtener más información, visite el sitio web. Sitio Web de PTC Rebate
  • Urban Peak Denver (Jóvenes de 15 a 24 años)
    Urban Peak ofrece una colección completa de servicios para los jóvenes de 15 a 24 años que se encuentran sin hogar o en riesgo de quedarse sin él. Esta organización sin fines de lucro ayuda a los jóvenes a superar los desafíos y a conseguir estabilidad proporcionándoles un refugio nocturno (a partir de 15 hasta 20 años), un centro de acogida diurno, actividades de extensión en la calle, programas de educación y empleo y viviendas de apoyo. Contacto: (303) 974-2900 TTY/TDD: 800-659-2656 2100 Stout Street Denver, CO 80205 Sitio web de Urban Peak
  • Refugio de emergencia para adultos (Condado de Adams)
    Este refugio de emergencia ofrece alojamiento durante la noche a adultos a partir de los 18 años. Las personas pueden solicitarlo llamando al número de teléfono que aparece a continuación entre las 5:00 am y las 12:00 pm y dejando un mensaje de voz que incluya su nombre, apellido e identidad de género. Deben llamar de nuevo a las 2:00 pm y escuchar la grabación que determina si se ha seleccionado para el sorteo. Si es seleccionado, llegue entre las 4:30 pm y las 6:00 pm para recibir los servicios del día. Apoyos disponibles en el albergue: Comidas, artículos de higiene y ropa de temporada Duchas Servicios de referencia y administración de casos Exámenes de salud proporcionados por MCPN (Metro Community Provider Network) Servicios de apoyo de afirmación LGBTQ+ Contacto: (303) 317-8990 2178 Victor St Aurora, CO 80045 Sitio web del refugio para adultos
  • Denver Temporary Rental & Utility Assistance
    Rent, Utility and Mortgage Assistance Programs offer resources to Denver residents who are facing financial hardship to help prevent eviction or foreclosure. call 3-1-1 and press 6 https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/housing-information/resident-resources/stay-in-your-home/rent-utility-help.html
  • Herramienta “Find Shelter” de HUD
    Find Shelter (Encontrar refugio) es un nuevo recurso que ayuda a los usuarios a buscar instalaciones cercanas que proporcionen refugio, ropa, clínicas de salud y despensas de alimentos a los necesitados. Find Shelter ofrece mapas e información de contacto para estos proveedores de servicios y el sitio está optimizado para uso móvil. Sitio web de Find Shelter
  • The Place Colorado Springs
    The Place ofrece refugio, vivienda y la creación de conexiones con los miembros de la familia para aquellos jóvenes de entre 15 y 24 años que se encuentran sin hogar. The Place conecta a las personas con los recursos de la comunidad y los refugios. Esta organización sin fines de lucro también puede acoger a jóvenes de entre 15 y 20 años en su refugio de 20 camas y brindarles comidas, ropa y conexiones fáciles con una clínica de salud. Contacto: (719) 630-3223 (de 9 am a 5 pm) (719) 205-7129 (Fuera de horario) 423 E Cucharras St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Sitio web de The Place
  • Vivienda de transición para familias (Denver)
    Family Homestead ofrece viviendas de transición para familias sin hogar durante un máximo de seis meses. Las familias que entran en el programa reciben un administrador de casos que las pondrá en contacto con la vivienda y los recursos. Debe llamar para poder solicitarlo. Elegibilidad: Familias que: Están pasando por falta de hogar Tienen hijos de 0 a 18 años Tienen la custodia completa de los niños Tienen al menos un adulto en el hogar que trabaje o vaya a la escuela Contacto: (303) 623-6514 2520 E 37th Ave Denver, CO 80205 Sitio web de Family Homestead
  • Refugio para mujeres mayores (Denver)
    Volunteers of America ofrece un refugio de 24 horas con servicios de apoyo y administración de casos de vivienda para mujeres de 60 años o más. Las interesadas en el programa deben ser remitidas por una organización antes de ser consideradas para ingresar. Requisitos: Mujeres de 60 años o más Contacto: (720) 234-5195 1247 Santa Fe Dr Denver, CO 80204
  • Transitional Housing for Families (Denver)
    Family Homestead provides transitional housing for homeless families for up to six-months. Families who enter the program receive a case manager to connect them with housing and resources. Call to apply. Eligibility: Families who: Are experiencing homelessness Have children aged 0 - 18 Have full custody of children Have at least 1 adult in the household who is employed or going to school Contact: (303) 623-6514 2520 E 37th Ave Denver, CO 80205 Family Homestead Website
  • Colorado Housing Connects
    Colorado Housing Connects provides accessible resources to Coloradans in the areas of general housing and fair-housing resources. They connectColoradans with a range of services such as eviction prevention services for renters and foreclosure prevention for homeowners. The website provides useful housing information for renters, homeowners, landlords and homebuyers. Call or submit an inquiry online to get support. Contact: 1-844-926-6632 Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. 2250 Eaton St., Garden Level Edgewater, CO 80214 Colorado Housing Connects
  • Lista de Programas de Asistencia CDLE
    El Departamento de Trabajo y Empleo de Colorado (CDLE) ofrece una lista de programas de asistencia. Esta lista incluye recursos para servicios legales gratuitos y de precio reducido. Sitio web de CDLE
  • CCDC Probate Power
    Personalized legal guidance in special needs planning, estate planning, and probate administration. Legal experts guide clients and families through all aspects of this often difficult and hard-to-navigate topic. Contact: (720) 279-8233 cdbrock@ccdconline.org CCDC Website
  • Poder Testamentario de la CCDC
    Orientación legal personalizada en planificación de necesidades especiales, planificación patrimonial y administración de sucesiones. Los expertos legales orientan a los clientes y las familias a través de todos los aspectos de este tema que a menudo es complicado y difícil de abordar. (720) 279-8233 cdbrock@ccdconline.org https://www.ccdcprobatepower.com/
  • Disability Law Colorado
    Disability Law Colorado is an independent, public interest non-profit organization, specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues, working to promote systemic change to sustain or improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities and elders. If you have a disability or your human rights have been violated, DLC offers free or low-cost legal services. Contact: 800-288-1376 dlcmail@disabilitylawco.org DLC Website
  • CDLE List of Assistance Programs
    Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE) provides a list of assistance programs. The list includes resources for free and reduced price legal services. CDLE Website
  • Disability Law Colorado
    DLC es una organización independiente de interés público, sin fines de lucro, especializada en asuntos de derechos civiles y discriminación, que trabaja para promover un cambio sistémico para mantener o mejorar la calidad de vida de niños y adultos con discapacidades y ancianos. Si tiene alguna discapacidad o sus derechos humanos han sido violados, DLC ofrece servicios legales gratuitos o de bajo costo. 800-288-1376 dlcmail@disabilitylawco.org Sitio web de Disability Law Colorado
  • Lista de verificación para Locales de Votación de la ADA
    Lista de verificación de Locales de Votación de la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades proporciona una publicación de asistencia técnica actualizada sobre la accesibilidad de los locales de votación para aquellos votantes con discapacidades. La publicación incluye información sobre áreas clave de una instalación que deben ser accesibles para votantes con discapacidades visuales o de movilidad, opciones para medidas temporales de bajo costo para eliminar barreras y una encuesta para guiar a los funcionarios electorales en la evaluación de la accesibilidad de las instalaciones utilizadas o que son consideradas como locales de votación. Sitio web de Voting Checklist https://www.ada.gov/votingchecklist.htm
  • Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity offers resources and answers questions about the housing rights of people with disabilities, and the responsibilities of housing providers and building and design professionals according to the federal law. HUD Website
  • Línea Legal de NAMI de Colorado
    La Línea Legal de National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) de Colorado ofrece asesoramiento legal gratuito limitado a las personas que buscan información y asesoramiento de un abogado con licencia sobre cuestiones relacionadas con la ley de salud mental. Aquellos que se comuniquen con la Línea Legal de NAMI de Colorado para obtener información legal recibirán una consulta telefónica gratuita por única vez con un abogado voluntario. Elegibilidad Debe ser una persona con una enfermedad mental, un miembro de su familia o un ser querido. Para recibir soporte, llame al (303) 321-3104 Sitio Web de NAMI
  • Metro Volunteer Lawyers
    Metro Volunteer Lawyers (MVL), formerly the Thursday Night Bar, provides pro bono civil legal services in the Denver Metro Area to those in need who are living at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines. MVL is co-sponsored by the Adams/Broomfield, Denver, Douglas/Elbert, and First Judicial District Bar Associations. Contact: (303) 837-1313 Metro Volunteer Lawyers Website
  • Guardianship Alliance of Colorado
    El propósito de Guardianship Alliance of Colorado es brindar servicios profesionales integrales de tutela, sean privados, contractuales y voluntarios, para proteger los derechos y la dignidad de los adultos vulnerables. También tiene a disposición información y capacitación relacionada con el proceso de tutela. (303) 228-5382 Sitio web de Guardianship Alliance of Colorado
  • NAMI Colorado Law Line
    The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado Law Line offers free limited legal advice to persons seeking information and advice on issues relating to mental health law from a licensed attorney. Those contacting the NAMI Colorado Law Line for legal information will receive a one-time free phone consultation with a volunteer attorney. Eligibility Must be an individual with a mental illness, their family member(s), or a loved one. Contact: To receive support call (303) 321-3104 NAMI Website
  • Colorado Legal Services
    Colorado Legal Services es una organización sin fines de lucro que brinda acceso a servicios legales civiles de alta calidad a personas de bajos ingresos y miembros de poblaciones vulnerables en todo Colorado. Puede solicitar los servicios en línea o por teléfono. (303) 837-1313 Sitio web de Colorado Legal Services
  • Metro Volunteer Lawyers
    Metro Volunteer Lawyers (MVL), anteriormente el Thursday Night Bar, brinda servicios legales civiles pro bono en el área metropolitana de Denver a aquellos necesitados que viven en o por debajo del 200% de las pautas federales de pobreza. MVL está copatrocinado por las firmas Adams/Broomfield, Denver, Douglas/Elbert y los colegios de abogados del Primer Distrito Judicial. (303) 837-1313 Sitio web de Metro Volunteer Lawyers
  • Colorado Legal Services
    Colorado Legal Services is a nonprofit that provides access to high quality, civil legal services for low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado. You can apply for services online or through the phone. Contact: (303) 837-1313 Colorado Legal Services Website
  • Oficina de Equidad de Vivienda e Igualdad de Oportunidades
    La Oficina de Equidad de Vivienda e Igualdad de Oportunidades del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de los EE. UU. (HUD) ofrece recursos y responde preguntas sobre los derechos de vivienda de las personas con discapacidades y las responsabilidades de los proveedores de vivienda y los profesionales de la construcción y el diseño de acuerdo con la ley federal. Sitio web de HUD
  • ADA Checklist for Polling Places
    The Americans with Disabilities Act Checklist for Polling Places provides an updated technical assistance publication on polling place accessibility for voters with disabilities. The publication includes information about key areas of a facility that must be accessible to voters with mobility or vision disabilities, options for low-cost temporary measures for removing barriers, and a survey to guide election officials in evaluating the accessibility of facilities used or being considered for use as polling places. ADA Checklist for Polling Places
  • Guardianship Alliance of Colorado
    Guardianship Alliance of Colorado’s purpose is to provide comprehensive professional private, contractual and volunteer guardianship services in order to protect the rights and dignity of vulnerable adults. Information and training is also available related to the guardianship process. Contact: (303) 228-5382 Guardianship Alliance Website
  • Rainbow Alley Youth Space (Denver)
    Rainbow Alley at The Center on Colfax is a safe space for LGBTQIA+ youth ages 11 to 21 and their allies to connect, find support and acceptance. The program provides youth with a place to drop in, join and create youth-led events and activities, counseling, support groups and more. Contact: (303) 733-7743 info@lgbtqcolorado.org The Center on Colfax 1301 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218 Rainbow Alley Website
  • The Trevor Project
    The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. The project offers accredited programs and services to LGBTQ youth that create safe, accepting and inclusive environments. Contact: For support or crisis intervention: 1-866-488-7386 OR text START to 678-678 For general inquiries: (212) 695.8650 info@thetrevorproject.org The Trevor Project Website
  • Online Transgender Support Group (Denver)
    The Center on Colfax provides peer-led and confidential support groups for individuals who identify as transgender. These virtual support groups provide space for social support, conversation, and sharing resources. To join an upcoming group, contact Sable Schultz, Manager of Transgender Services. Eligibility Must be 18 years or older Contact: Sable Schultz (303) 733-7743 ex. 117 sschultz@lgbtqcolorado.org The Center on Colfax 1301 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218 Support Group Website
  • LGBT National Help Center
    LGBT National Help Center provides free confidential peer support and opportunities for individuals in the LGBTQ community to connect with local resources via phone or online chats. The LGBT National Help Line is staffed with dedicated volunteers 24/7. Contact: LGBT National Support Hotline: 888-234-7243 LGBT National Youth Hotline: 800-246-7743 LGBT National Hotline: 888-843-4564 LGBT National Help Center Website
  • Mental Health America
    Mental Health America shares mental health resources and facts specifically for the LGBTQ+ community. These resources include partnerships and unique educational materials. Mental Health America Website
  • Out Boulder County
    Out Boulder County provides a community hub for the LGBTQIA+ community in Boulder. The organization shares and hosts community events, provides resources for a range of specific needs, and hosts support groups. Eligibility 13 years or older or ages 11-12 with parents’ permission  Contact: (303) 499-5777 or (303) 955-1150 Out Boulder Website
  • Mental Health Support Services for Families
    The Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health Colorado Chapter provides mental health support services to Families of youth ages 0-21 living with emotional, behavioral, and/or mental health disorders at no direct cost. They support families through advocacy, trainings, education and referrals to resources and services. 7465 W 5th Ave, Ste 307 Lakewood, CO 80226 (970) 227-7196 Federations Website
  • Beyond Anger and Violence Therapy Group
    The Empowerment program offers a free, evidence-based anger management therapy group for women. The group is led by a licensed professional once a week. Contact: (303) 320-1989 Sharon-lynch@empowermentprogram.org The Empowerment Program Website
  • Mental Health for College Students
    A helpful guide to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students and where and when to seek help. Best Colleges Website
  • Jefferson Center for Mental Health
    Jefferson Center for Mental Health is the not-for-profit community mental health center serving Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin counties. JCMH offers programs and services that foster recovery and resilience in children, adults, and families struggling with mental health conditions and substance use disorders. Contact: 303-425-0300 Jefferson Center for Mental Health Website
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    Call for help if you feel you are in a crisis or thinking about killing yourself. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Contact: 800-273-8255 Suicide Prevention Website
  • Mental Health Peer Support for Latina Women (Summit, Park, Grand, Lake counties)"
    The Family & Intercultural Resource Center's ALMA (Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma) peer-support program is designed for Latino and Hispanic women who are going through hard times by pairing them with other women who have faced similar challenges. This program is free and is offered virtually on Zoom. Contact: (970) 409-6938 pattyg@summitfirc.org Website
  • Metro Crisis Line
    Free, confidential guidance by phone for mental or emotional issues, substance abuse issues or problems in relationships, work or school. Contact: (844) 493-8255
  • La Cocina
    La Cocina provides 12 free session of therapy for Spanish-speaking individuals, couples and families in need of support. La Cocina, located in Fort Collins, provides services and a support group for those who speak Spanish and do not have insurance. The group provides access mental health resources and health equity support services. Contact: (970) 232-0740 Hola@LaCocinaHome.org 116 East Oak Street Fort Collins, CO 80524 La Cocina Website
  • The Potter’s House Denver Wellness Ministry Counseling (Located in Denver)
    The Potter’s House of Denver Wellness Ministry is a place for resilience, training and well-being. They provide practical application in the form of group, individual, couple and family sessions for children and adults virtually throughout the state of Colorado and globally. Contact: wellness@tphd.org 9495 E Florida Ave Denver, CO 80247 The Potter’s House website
  • Parentline Colorado Telebehavioral Health Services
    Parentline Colorado offers parents a free telebehavioral health service offering brief, strategic psychotherapy through video chat and telephone to pregnant and postpartum families with children up to age 5. The program is only the second of its kind in the country. Contact: (303) 871-3736 GSPP.Parentline@du.edu Parentline Website
  • Peer Support Groups (Summit County)
    Building Hope offers a peer support program for a variety of populations and support needs. Peer support groups connect individuals who have gone through similar experiences. People have a chance to connect with a trained peer specialist to share personal experiences and feelings, coping strategies, or firsthand information about conditions and treatments. Contact: (970) 485-6271 info@buildinghopesummit.org 701 Granite St, #270, Frisco, CO 80443 Building Hope Website
  • Start Your Recovery
    Start Your Recovery offers relatable information for people who are dealing with substance use issues - and their family members, friends, and co-workers, too. The organization provides reliable information to help people at any stage of their recovery. Start your Recovery Website
  • Mothers and Moods (M&Ms) Support Group
    Mothers and Moods (M&Ms) is a free, weekly drop-in support group for postpartum women (currently on zoom.) The support group is a part of The Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children's Hospital Colorado and offers support to moms experiencing postpartum challenges who are unable to join the hospital’s psychotherapy groups due to insurance or scheduling issues. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please use the contact information below. Contact: (303) 864-5252 healthyexpectations@childrenscolorado.org Children’s Hospital Website
  • CO Wellness Recovery
    CO Wellness Recovery provides all Coloradans with a free mental health and substance use resource guide. This guide directs you to resources such as people to talk to, treatment options near you, information on what to expect from treatment, and options for caregivers. Contact: (720) 208-2220 1120 Lincoln Street Suite 1606 Denver, Colorado 80203 CO Wellness Recovery Website
  • Support for Pregnant and Postpartum Women
    The Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children's Hospital Colorado supports pregnant women and women struggling with mood and anxiety issues after delivery, as well as their families. The program offers psychiatric and psychosocial evaluations, provides group therapy and medication management. Contact: (303) 864-5252 healthyexpectations@childrenscolorado.org Healthy Expectations website
  • National Alliance on Mental Health Colorado Support Groups (NAMI)
    NAMI provides family and peers virtual support groups across Colorado for individuals with a mental illness or have a loved one with a mental illness. The support groups provide a place to connect, support and share similar experiences with one another. Contact: (303) 321-3104 info@namicolorado.org NAMI Website
  • Colorado Crisis Services
    Colorado Crisis Services provides support and counseling for individuals dealing with mental health challenges. Here people can find a place to turn to when they need help the most. Contact: 1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255 Colorado Crisis Services Website
  • Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
    Statewide hotline to report suspected child abuse and neglect. All callers will be able to reach someone via the hotline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Contact: 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437) Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline Website
  • Juvenile Needs Assessment Center (Arapahoe County, Douglas County, Elbert County, and Lincoln County)"
    The 18th District Juvenile Assessment Center provides free behavioral health assessments for school-aged students living in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties. The assessments are followed by short-term case management to connect students with resources in the community. Locations served: Arapahoe County, Douglas County, Elbert County, and Lincoln County Contact: (720) 213-1320  jacreferrals@arapahoegov.com Assessment Center Website
  • Mental Health Center of Denver
    The Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD) is a place for recovery, resilience and well-being, known locally and nationally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral health care. They provide treatment, prevention, outreach and crisis services to children, families and adults through multiple networks and community partnerships. Contact: (303) 504-6500 MHCD Website
  • The Empowerment Program Groups and Classes
    The Empowerment Program offers people free classes and therapy groups for a variety of behavioral health issues and supports. To get started, enroll in their program by applying here. Contact: (303) 320-1989 Sharon-lynch@empowermentprogram.org 1600 York Street Denver, CO 80206 The Empowerment Program Website
  • Family to Family Education
    NAMI Colorado provides family members and care givers of individuals with mental health challenges with free access to eight sessions in their evidence-based education program. The program teaches participants coping skills, communication techniques, and problem-solving solutions, all designed to better support their loved one(s) with mental health challenges. Fina a location near you on their website. NAMI Colorado Website
  • Kaiser Permanente
    Kaiser Permanente shares a landing page for mental health resources and tips to support a healthy state of mind. Explore a broad range of self care resources and guides designed to help you thrive in mind, body, and spirit. Kaiser Permanente Website
  • Families Against Violent Acts (FAVA) Denver
    FAVA provides support and preventative methods to families who have been affected by a violent act. The program supports individuals though youth and family engagement programs and free support groups for individuals and families dealing with trauma, grief, and anger. To register, reach out to FAVA via phone or email to get the link for the support group meetings. Contact: (720) 276-4611 f.a.v.a57@hotmail.com 5224 Sable St Denver, CO 80239 FAVA Website
  • IntelliRide Non-medical and Non-emergency Medical Transportation
    IntelliRide provides non-medical and non-emergency medical transportation to Medicaid eligible Health First Colorado members. The statewide transportation service is offered free of cost for qualifying individuals. Contact: (303) 398-2155 intelliride@transdev.com IntelliRide Website
  • Document Runner Service Program - Denver Human Services
    Denver Human Services offers a Document Runner Service Program for Denver residents who need assistance accessing application documents for the following programs: TANF, SNAP, LEAP, Medicaid, and Childcare. Document runners courier application documents to applicants’ homes, leave them at the front door for applicants to complete at their convenience, and then return to pick up all documents once applications have been completed. Contact:  Document Runner Service Line (720) 944-1520
  • FlexRide para el Área Metropolitana de Denver
    RTD FlexRide ofrece un servicio de autobús extendido en áreas metropolitanas específicas de Denver para brindar conexiones de primera y última milla a Park-n-Rides y estaciones, centros médicos y parques comerciales de otros RTD. FlexRide ofrece servicios a tarifas regulares (consulte el sitio web para conocer las tarifas). Los servicios pueden variar debido a pedidos de salud pública; por favor consulte la disponibilidad en línea. Llame al (303) 299-6000, opción 2, para reservar su viaje Sitio web de RTD
  • Área metropolitana de Denver Access-A-Ride
    RTD ofrece servicio de viaje compartido para aquellos que no pueden usar el servicio regular de autobús/tren ligero de ruta fija debido a una discapacidad o incapacidad que le prohíbe viajar en una ruta de autobús fija de forma independiente. Los precios varían (consulte en línea la tarifa más actualizada). paratransiteligibility@rtd-denver.com (303) 299-2960 Sitio web de RTD
  • Aprenda a usar RTD y Lyft
    DRMAC ofrece sesiones virtuales gratuitas de entrenamiento de viaje, enseñando sobre seguridad y mejores prácticas cuando se viaja en RTD y al usar servicios de viajes compartidos. Las personas y las organizaciones, tales como las residencias, centros de atención, etc., pueden programar sesiones de entrenamiento poniéndose en contacto con DRMAC. Acceda al folleto aquí. Contacto: info@drmac-co.org Sitio web
  • IntelliRide Transporte médico sin que sea de emergencia y no médico
    IntelliRide ofrece transporte médico sin que sea de emergencia y no médico a los miembros elegibles de Medicaid de Health First Colorado. El servicio de transporte estatal se ofrece sin costo para las personas que califiquen. intelliride@transdev.com (303) 398-2155 Sitio web de IntelliRide
  • Programa de Servicio de Gestión de Documentos - Denver Human Services
    Denver Human Services ofrece un Programa de Servicio de Gestión de Documentos para los residentes de Denver que necesitan ayuda para acceder a los documentos de solicitud para los siguientes programas: TANF, SNAP, LEAP, Medicaid, y Cuidado de Niños. Los gestores envían los documentos de solicitud a los hogares de los solicitantes, los dejan en la puerta principal para que los solicitantes los completen a su conveniencia, y luego regresan a recoger todos los documentos una vez que hayan sido completados. Contacto: Línea de servicio de gestores de documentos (720) 944-1520
  • Programas de tarifas con descuento RTD para el Área Metropolitana de Denver
    RTD ofrece descuentos de tarifas para personas mayores, jóvenes, personas con discapacidades y tarifas basadas en ingresos para viajar en tránsitos públicos. Es necesario un comprobante de elegibilidad para todos los pasajeros que utilicen productos de tarifas con descuento. (303) 299-2667 Sitio web de RTD
  • Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC)
    DRMAC promotes mobility and access for older adults, people with disabilities and people of low income through advocacy, coordination, education and information. They offer trainings and resources in the Denver Metro area to the community. Contact: (303) 243-3113 DRMAC Website
  • Getting There Guide
    Getting is a quick and easy interactive tool designed to help individuals find specialized transportation options that meet an array of different needs. Based on DRMAC's Getting There Guide, a guide that helps bridge transportation gaps for individuals who need extra support, the database walks each user through a brief series of short questions to help determine the best transportation option(s) to meet a variety of trip requirements or requests. DrMac’s Getting There Guide Website
  • Access-A-Ride Denver Metro Area
    RTD provides shared-ride service for those who cannot use regular fixed-route bus/light rail service due to a disability or inability that prohibits you from traveling on a fixed bus route independently. Prices vary, check online for most up-to-date fare. Contact: (303) 299-2960 paratransiteligibility@rtd-denver.com RTD Website
  • FlexRide Denver Metro Area
    RTD FlexRide provides extended bus service in specific Denver metro areas to deliver first- and last-mile connections to other RTD Park-n-Rides and stations, medical centers, and business parks. FlexRide provides services at regular fare rates (check the website for fare rates.) Services may vary due to public health orders, check online for availability. Contact: Call (303) 299-6000, option 2, to reserve your ride RTD Website
  • Apoyo al Transporte para Madres Solteras (ubicado en Golden)
    Hands of a Carpenter ayuda a las madres solteras trabajadoras con hijos dependientes que viven en los condados de Broomfield, Jefferson y otras áreas de códigos postales a encontrar y mantener un transporte fiable. La organización ofrece reparaciones de vehículos y mantenimiento continuo y da servicio a los coches donados para asegurar que los vehículos de alto funcionamiento se colocan con las mujeres que los necesitan. Haga clic aquí para conocer más sobre los requisitos de elegibilidad del recurso. Contacto: (303) 526-4488 16097 South Golden Rd Golden, CO, 80401 Sitio web
  • La guía “Getting There”
    La guía “Getting There” es una herramienta interactiva, rápida y sencilla diseñada para ayudar a las personas a encontrar opciones de transporte especializadas que satisfagan una serie de necesidades diferentes. Basada en la guía “Getting There” de DRMAC que ayuda a cubrir las lagunas de transporte para las personas que necesitan apoyo adicional, esta base de datos conduce a cada usuario a través de una breve serie de preguntas cortas para ayudarlo a determinar la(s) mejor(es) opción(es) de transporte que satisfaga una variedad de requisitos o necesidades de viaje. Guía “Getting There” de DRMAC Sitio web
  • RTD Discounted Fare Programs Denver Metro Area
    RTD offers seniors, youth, people with disabilities, and income-based fare discounts to ride public transits. Proof of eligibility is required for all passengers using discounted fare products. Contact: (303) 299-2667 RTD Website
  • Transportation Support for Single Moms (Located in Golden)
    Hands of a Carpenter helps working single mothers with dependent children who live in Broomfield County, Jefferson County, and additional zip code areas to find and maintain reliable transportation. The organization provides vehicle repairs and ongoing maintenance, and services donated cars to ensure that highly functioning vehicles are placed with the women who need them. Learn more about eligibility requirements by clicking here. Contact: (303) 526-4488 16097 South Golden Rd Golden, CO, 80401 Website
  • Learn How to Use RTD And Lyft 
    DRMAC offers free virtual travel training sessions, teaching safety and best practices when riding RTD and using rideshare services. Individuals and organizations such as living facilities, care centers, etc. can schedule training sessions by contacting DRMAC. Access flyer here. Contact:  info@drmac-co.org Website 
  • Consejo Regional de Movilidad y Acceso de Denver (DRMAC)
    DRMAC promueve la movilidad y el acceso de adultos mayores, personas con discapacidades y personas de bajos ingresos a través de la promoción, coordinación, educación e información. Ofrecen capacitaciones y recursos en el área metropolitana de Denver para la comunidad. (303) 243-3113 Sitio web de DRMAC
  • Mesa County Workforce Center
    The Mesa County Workforce Center is a career center that provides veterans with an employment representative to assist with job searching, job referrals, career counseling, application process for a Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty DD form 214 and more. Veterans can apply by registering with Connecting Colorado, or by calling or visiting the Workforce Center directly and speaking with an employment specialist. Contact: (970) 248- 7580 (970) 248-0871 kent.kroese@mesacounty.us 512 29 1/2 Rd Grand Junction, CO 81504 Workforce Website
  • Asistencia para Veteranos Discapacitados
    La asistencia para veterinarios discapacitados está diseñada para ayudar a los veteranos discapacitados o con dificultades a encontrar centros de apoyo para veteranos en su área. La organización utiliza un servicio de localización que ayuda a los veteranos a ponerse en contacto con una variedad de servicios de apoyo. Para obtener ayuda, llame al (901) 238-8513 o visite su sitio web para obtener más información. (901) 238-8513 darintaylor@disabledvetassistance.org Sitio Web de DVA
  • Peak Military Care Network
    Peak Military Care Network (PMCN) assists service members, veterans and their families in identifying providers to meet their needs, connecting them to needed information and resources. PMCN helps guide families through complex systems of care, ensuring assistance every step of the way. Contact: (719) 577-7417 PMCN Website
  • National Resource Directory
    The National Resource Directory is a resource website that connected wounded warriors, Military Service Members, Veterans, their families and caregivers to programs and services that support them. The resources are vetted, reviewed and maintained for up-to-date information. NRD Website
  • Centro de Fuerza Laboral del Condado de Mesa
    El Centro de Fuerza Laboral del Condado de Mesa es un centro de carrera que asiste a los veteranos ofreciéndoles un representante de empleo para ayudarles en la búsqueda de trabajo, referencias de trabajo, asesoramiento de carrera, proceso de solicitud de un formulario DD 214, Certificado de Liberación o Baja del Servicio Activo y más. Los veteranos pueden solicitarlo registrándose en Connecting Colorado, o llamando o visitando directamente el Centro de Fuerza Laboral y hablando con un especialista en empleo. Contacto: (970) 248- 7580 (970) 248-0871 kent.kroese@mesacounty.us 512 29 1/2 Rd Grand Junction, CO 81504 Sitio web de la fuerza de trabajo
  • Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities
    CAMO ofrece oportunidades recreativas al aire libre para miembros del servicio y veteranos con desafíos físicos, cognitivos y emocionales. Las actividades tienen como objetivo mejorar su bienestar y curar el cuerpo y la mente. (970) 923-0578 Sitio web de CAMO
  • Directorio de Recursos Nacionales
    El Directorio de Recursos Nacionales es un sitio web de recursos que conecta a guerreros heridos, miembros del servicio militar, veteranos, sus familias y cuidadores con programas y servicios que los apoyan. Los recursos son analizados, revisados y mantenidos para brindar información actualizada. NRD Website
  • The Exceptional Advocate Newsletter
    The Exceptional Advocate es un boletín de Military OneSource para familias de militares con necesidades especiales. Obtenga la información más actualizada relacionada con el programa Exceptional para miembros de familia. Sitio web de Newsletter
  • Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities (CAMO)
    CAMO provides outdoor recreation opportunities for service members and veterans with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges. The activities aim to enhance their well-being and heal the body and mind. Contact: (970) 923-0578 CAMO Website
  • Peak Military Care Network
    Peak Military Care Network (PMCN) ayuda a los miembros del servicio, los veteranos y sus familias a identificar proveedores para atender sus necesidades, conectándolos con la información y los recursos necesarios. PMNC ofrece guiar a las familias a través de los complejos sistemas de atención, asegurando que reciban asistencia en cada paso del camino. (719) 577-7417 Sitio web de PMCN
  • Disabled Vet Assistance
    Disabled Vet Assistance is designed to help struggling or disabled veterans find veteran support centers in their area. The organization uses a locator service to help veterans get in touch with a variety of veteran support services. Call (901) 238-8513 to get support or visit their website to learn more. Contact: (901) 238-8513 darintaylor@disabledvetassistance.org Disabled Vet Assitance
  • Mesothelioma Group
    Veterans run a high risk of developing mesothelioma, a rare cancer caused by asbestos. Learn how you could have been exposed to asbestos as a veteran and get help applying benefits and disability compensation from the VA. Contact: (888) 708-5660 Mesothelioma Group Website
  • Grupo de Mesotelioma
    Los veteranos corren un alto riesgo de desarrollar mesotelioma, un cáncer poco común causado por el asbesto. Aprenda cómo habría podido exponerse al asbesto como veterano y obtenga ayuda de VA para solicitar beneficios y compensación por discapacidad. 888-708-5660 Sitio web de Grupo de Mesotelioma
  • PATRIOTLink
    PATRIOTlink es una base de datos de recursos gratuita que incluye recursos que apoyan a la comunidad militar y de veteranos y que son revisados regularmente. Regístrese para obtener una cuenta gratuita y encuentre recursos en su localización con su herramienta de búsqueda fácil de usar. Contacto: patriotlinksupport@codeofsupport.org Sitio web de PatriotLink
  • Colorado Springs Vet Center’s Readjustment Counseling Services
    The Colorado Springs Vet Center provides free readjustment counseling services to qualifying combat veterans & active-duty military personnel. They provide counseling services for sexual trauma, family and couples and bereavement. Call or visit the location to apply. Eligibility All Veterans are encouraged to seek Vet Center services. Any Veterans and current Service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve components, are eligible if any of the following applies: Have served on active military duty in any combat theater or area of hostility∗ (see footnote) Experienced a military sexual trauma (regardless of gender or service era) Provided mortuary services or direct emergent medical care to treat the casualties of war while serving on active military duty Performed as a member of an unmanned aerial vehicle crew that provided direct support to operations in a combat theater or area of hostility Accessed care at a Vet Center prior to Jan. 2, 2013, as a Vietnam-Era Veteran Served on active military duty in response to a national emergency or major disaster declared by the president, or under orders of the governor or chief executive of a state in response to a disaster or civil disorder in that state Are a current or former member of the Coast Guard who participated in a drug interdiction operation, regardless of the location. Contact: (719) 471-9992 emailjames.barnhill@va.gov 3920 N. Union Blvd. Suite 310 Colorado Springs, CO 80107 Vet Center Website
  • Alternative Healing and Support for Veterans (Grand Junction Colorado)
    Operation Revamp is a nonprofit that offers Colorado veterans free alternative healing and supports through art healing classes and tai chi (martial art) classes. They provide qualifying individuals with free art supplies, bus passes and emergency assistance for groceries and specific transportation needs such as gas. You can either call or apply online to access services. Eligibility Veteran living in Colorado Proof of Military Service Form of Identification Contact: (970) 462-3126 wendy@operationrevamp.org 307 S 12th St Grand Junction, CO 81501 Operation Revamp Website
  • PATRIOTLink
    PATRIOTlink is a free resource database inclusive of regularly vetted resources that support the military and veteran community. Sign up for a free account and find resources in your location with their easy-to-use search tool. Contact: patriotlinksupport@codeofsupport.org Patriot Link Website
  • Crawford House (Located in Colorado Springs)
    The Colorado Veterans Resource Coalition (CVRC) Crawford House program provides safe temporary housing for veterans in the Colorado Springs area who are homeless and receiving VA-provided mental health care. CVRC provides residential care, treatment and rehabilitative services for veterans. For 90 days, the program provides veterans support in finding stable housing and employment. To apply visit VA's homeless walk-in clinic at 3141 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80907 Monday 8:30 - 1:00 Wednesday 8:30 - 1:00 Thursday 8:30 - 1:00 Contact: 415 S. Weber St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 477-1639 (719) 227-4431 CVRC Website
  • Veterans Crisis Line
    Conecta a los veteranos en crisis y sus familias y amigos con socorristas calificados y solícitos del Departamento de Asuntos de Veteranos a través de una línea directa confidencial, chat en línea o mensaje de texto. Disponible 24/7. 800-273-8255 Sitio web de Veterans Crisis Line
  • Recursos de Educación Continua para Veteranos
    Las universidades en línea acreditadas conectan a los veteranos con una amplia gama de opciones y oportunidades educativas disponibles. El artículo proporciona información sobre el uso del dinero otorgado a los veteranos del GI Bill para una educación universitaria. Sitio web de universidades en línea acreditadas
  • The Exceptional Advocate Newsletter
    The Exceptional Advocate is a newsletter for military families with special needs by Military OneSource. Get the most updated information related to the Exceptional Family Member program. Military One Source Website
  • Curación Alternativa y Apoyo para los Veteranos (Grand Junction Colorado)
    Operation Revamp es una organización sin ánimo de lucro que ofrece a los veteranos de Colorado curación alternativa gratuita y apoyo a través de clases de arte curativo y clases de taichi (arte marcial). Ellos entregan materiales de arte gratuitos, pases de autobús y asistencia de emergencia para comestibles y necesidades específicas de transporte, como la gasolina, a las personas que reúnen los requisitos. Se puede llamar o solicitar en línea para acceder a los servicios. Elegibilidad Ser veterano que vive en Colorado Comprobante de servicio militar Formulario de identificación Contacto: (970) 462-3126 wendy@operationrevamp.org 307 S 12th St Grand Junction, CO 81501 Sitio web de Operation Revamp
  • Servicios de Asesoramiento para la Readaptación del Centro de Veteranos de Colorado Springs
    El Centro de Veteranos de Colorado Springs ofrece servicios gratuitos de asesoramiento para la readaptación a los veteranos de combate y al personal militar en activo que reúnan los requisitos necesarios. Ofrecen servicios de asesoramiento para traumas sexuales, familia y parejas y duelo. Llame o visite el local para solicitarlo. Elegibilidad Todos los veteranos están invitados a buscar los servicios del Centro de Veteranos. Los veteranos y los miembros actuales del servicio, incluidos los miembros de la Guardia Nacional y los componentes de la Reserva, son elegibles si se aplica cualquiera de los siguientes enunciados: Han servido en el servicio militar activo en cualquier escenario de combate o área de hostilidad∗ (ver nota a pie de página) Haber sufrido de trauma sexual militar (independientemente del género o la época de servicio) Prestó servicios mortuorios o atención médica directa de urgencia para tratar a las víctimas de la guerra mientras prestaba servicio militar activo Ha actuado como miembro de una tripulación de un vehículo aéreo no tripulado que ha prestado apoyo directo a las operaciones en un escenario de combate o zona de hostilidad Accedió a la atención en un centro de veteranos antes del 2 de enero de 2013, como veterano de la era de Vietnam Sirvió en el servicio militar activo en respuesta a una emergencia nacional o a una catástrofe importante declarada por el presidente, o bajo las órdenes del gobernador o del jefe del ejecutivo de un estado dio respuesta a una catástrofe o a un desorden civil en ese estado *Es un miembro actual o ex miembro de la Guardia Costera que participó en una operación de intercepción de drogas, independientemente del lugar. Contacto: (719) 471-9992 james.barnhill@va.gov 3920 N. Union Blvd. Suite 310 Colorado Springs, CO 80107 Sitio web del Centro de Veteranos
  • Veterans Crisis Line
    Connects veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Available 24/7. Contact: (800) 273-8255 Veterans Crisis Line Website
  • Crawford House (localizada en Colorado Springs)
    El programa Crawford House de Colorado Veterans Resource Coalition (CVRC) ofrece alojamiento temporal seguro a los veteranos en el área de Colorado Springs que no tienen hogar y reciben atención de salud mental proporcionada por VA. CVRC les brinda atención residencial, tratamiento y servicios de rehabilitación. Durante 90 días, el programa da apoyo a los veteranos para que encuentren una vivienda y un empleo estables. Para postularse, visite la clínica de VA para personas sin hogar en 3141 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80907 Lunes 8:30 - 1:00 Miércoles 8:30 - 1:00 Jueves 8:30 - 1:00 415 S. Weber St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 477-1639 (719) 227-4431 Sitio Web de CVRC
  • Continuing Education Resources for Veterans
    Accredited Online Colleges connects veterans to a sea of educational options and opportunities available to veterans. The article provides information about using the money awarded to veterans from the GI Bill for a university education. Accredited Online Colleges Website
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