Resources and Events

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Welcome to The Source! The information here is one way to connect to available resources in Colorado. With this list of resources, we hope to reduce information disparities one resource at a time.


Rocky Mountain Human Services works collaboratively with service agencies, organizations and the business community to expand resources to meet ever increasing needs for people of all ages. We are always looking for ways to increase support for families and streamline access to community services to obtain necessities and expand opportunities for learning, work and recreation.

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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.


1-844-USA-GOV1 (1-844-872-4681)

Disability Financial Support Website

Accessible Voting

In Colorado, voters with a disability have the options to vote electronically. People can access their ballots 22 days before and on election day.


(303) 894-2200 ext. 6343
(303) 869-4900 (fax)

Colorado Secretary of State Website


Xfinity offers people without an account the ability to access public hotspots for free. Download the Xfinity WIFI app to get enhanced security features at thousands of hotspots nationwide and to get better WIFI connections.

Xfinity 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) 778-1400 88 Inverness Circle East E104 Englewood, CO 80112

Home Builders Foundation Website

Technology Loaner Program for Job Seekers in Denver

Denver Workforce Services and the Denver Public Library created a Technology Loaner Program for job seekers to have access to the technology needed to apply for jobs. The 3-month loaner program has 300 laptops and WIFI hotspots to support job seekers who have little or no access to a computer or internet while searching for employment. Eligibility 18 years or older A Colorado resident With little or no tech access A Denver library card holder – need one? Get one here! Seeking employment or new skills Fill out Questionnaire if you are interested in the program.

Internet essentials from Comcast

Get affordable high-speed Internet at home with Internet Essentials for eligible households ($9.95 per month + tax.) New customers will receive two months of free service in response to the Coronavirus emergency. 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

Colorado Talking Book Library

Colorado Talking Book Library provides a free service to qualifying borrowers unable to read standard print. The library has options to choose from such as large print, braille and audio formats. Contact: (303) 727-9277 180 Sheridan Blvd Denver, CO 80226 Library Website

Vehicle Modification Support

Blood Brothers Foundation provides support to individuals living with physical disabilities by funding vehicle modifications such as hand controls, lifts, steering devices and ramps. The organization helps individuals access accessible driving funding and assists with the installation of adaptive devices. Blood Brothers Foundation provides one time grants up to $3,000. Eligibility Applicants must have a permanent, physical disability documented by a physician Applicant must have a valid driver's license Financial need must be demonstrated Applicant must have an estimate for modifications from an NMEDA certified shop Applicant must live in the United States of America Contact: (720) 830-5352 Blood Brothers Website

Neighbor Network for People over 60 (Located 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 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: Monday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday 1p.m. - 4 p.m. Contact: (720) 624-6486 7903 Allison Way Arvada CO 80005 Dave’s Locker Website

Support for Seniors and people with a disability (Denver Area)

Volunteers in Action 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

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 9185 East Kenyon Avenue, Suite 130 Denver, CO 80237 VIA Website

Activities & Leisure

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.


(303) 563-8290

56 Inverness Drive East #250

Englewood, CO 80012

Adams Camp Website

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.


(303) 987-4866

Camp Paha's 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.


(303) 214-3370

Continuum of Colorado

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.


(720) 865-0820

DPR 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.


Lakewood location (303) 590-1580

Greenwood Village location (303) 586-5530

Got Jump Website

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.


(720) 359-3100

Special Olympics Colorado

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.


(303) 403-1110

Wilderness on Wheels

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

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 – 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.


(303) 783-3838

Colorado Community Church

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​​​​​​​

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​​​​​​​

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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

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

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

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.


(303) 534-0732

Colorado Symphony Website

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

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

Basic Needs

Bienvenidos Food Bank (Located in Denver)

Bienvenidos provides people who are food insecure with food options. Through partnerships with local food providers they are able to provide fresh food and meats.


Anyone may use our pantry for up to 4 visits regardless of your location.

No documentation required.

Contact: Hunger Free Hotline (855) 855-4626 3810 Pecos Street Denver, CO 80211

Bienvenidos Food Bank Website

Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance (Denver, Glenwood Springs, Fort Collins & Greeley)

Catholic Charities provides emergency assistance for food, diapers, personal care items, tokens for work-related travel, or help paying your rent, a utility bill or a prescription. Locations in Denver, Glenwood Springs, Ft. Collins and Greeley.


(303) 742-0828

Catholic Charities Website

CDLE Food Assistance

A list of food assistance programs provided by the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE).

Contact: 800-536-5298

CDLE Website

Denver Food Pantry List

Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) provides a list of food pantry and the operating status in Denver. It also includes useful contact information and description.

DDPHE Website

Denver Rescue Mission

The Denver Rescue Mission offers a variety of emergency services including, food assistance, serving daily meals, immediate shelter needs, clothing and furniture distributions, and clinical services.


(303) 297-1815

Denver Rescue Mission Website

Food Bank of the Rockies

Food Bank of the Rockies’ warehouse is the central distribution program providing food and essentials to in northern Colorado and Wyoming. Enter your zip code and find the closest food bank on the Food Bank of the Rockies website.


(303) 371-9250
877-460-8504 (toll-free)

Food Bank of the Rockies Website

Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Food Pantry (Located in Denver)

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Food Pantry in Denver assists individuals and families facing hunger and food insecurity. For some, the pantry helps weather an emergency; for others, it provides supplemental food to make ends meet without sacrificing a family’s health and well-being. Eligibility Applicants must earn less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL.) Contact: (303) 597-5000 3201 South Tamarac Drive Denver, Colorado 80231 Jewish Family Services Website

Hunger Free Colorado

Food resource hotline is available for Coloradans to call if they struggle with access to food. The hotline offers bilingual services and will connect you to food stamps, food pantries and more.


Call the bilingual Food Resource Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626, or in Metro Denver at (720) 382-2920.

Hunger Free Colorado

Tasty Food (Located in Denver)

A program where Denver youth ages 1-18 can eat breakfast, lunch, a nutritious snack or a supper meal that includes up to five food groups low in fat. Registration or signing in is not required, just show up and eat.


Youth ages 1-18 Contact: Food Resource Hotline at 855-855-4626 (toll-free and bi-lingual)

Tasty Food 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.


(303) 297-0408

VOA Colorado Website

Bottom Line Diaper Bank of Catholic Charities (Denver, Lakewood, Aurora, Fort Collins, Eagle and Frisco

The Gabriel House Project provides Bottom Line Diaper Bank to provide much-needed supplies to mothers and families with young children. They offer supplies such as Diapers, Wipes, Formula, Baby Food, Blankets, Clothing (up to 5T).

Locations in Denver, Lakewood, Aurora, Fort Collins, Eagle and Frisco


(303) 742-0828

Catholic Charities Website

WeeCycle Supplies for Families (Located in Aurora)

WeeCycle is a Colorado-based nonprofit that provides needed supplies for local families in need. We collect, “weecycle” and match essential baby gear to families through partner organizations focused on alleviating poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment.


(720) 319-7792

20 S. Havana Street, Suite 210

Aurora, CO 80012

WeeCycle Website

Clothes to Kids of Denver

Clothes to Kids Denver provides clothing to children ages 3 to 21. Currently offering 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. Contact: (720) 379-4630 2890 S. Colorado Blvd. Unit M-3 Denver, CO 80222 Clothes to Kids of Denver

Crossfire Ministries (Located in Colorado Springs)

Crossfire Ministries offers clothing, food, toiletries and household items for those in need. The nonprofit located in Colorado Springs serves El Paso County. eligibility Eligibility Social Security card for all family members and client must have a photo ID

2120 E LaSalle St

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 447-1806

Crossfire Ministries 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 and third Wednesday of each month from 4-6 p.m.


(719) 495-3123

7375 Adventure Way

Colorado Springs, CO 80923

Fresh Start Center 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, unemployment, energy assistance, care navigation, diaper distribution and basic needs packs. Contact: (303) 629-0636 1212 Mariposa Street Denver, CO 80204 DICP 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. Bags of lunch food include nonperishable items for individuals. 1530 Logan St Denver, CO 80203 (303) 831-7010

The Table Ministry of Bethlehem (Located in Lakewood)

The Table Ministry of Bethlehem provides hot meals that people can grab and go every Thursday at 6 p.m. Closed on some holidays including Thanksgiving. Contact: (303) 238-7676 2100 N. Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80214

Denver Human Services Emergency Disaster Assistance

Denver Human Services (DHS) is now offering emergency/disaster assistance payments up to $4,000 to qualifying residents until funds are exhausted. These payments can be used for a variety of reasons – to cover rent or pay the mortgage, to pay for mental or medical care, to pay for home or auto repairs, to pay for food or school supplies, and more. To apply for this temporary program, go to and apply for Colorado Works/TANF. Eligibility A lawfully present Denver resident Have at least one dependent minor living at home Make up to $75,000 Have a COVID-19-related emergency (720) 944-4DHS (4347) Colorado PEAK Website

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.


(303) 295-2165

2877 Lawrence St.

Denver, CO 80205

The Mission Website

Colorado Refugee Services Program (CRSP)

CRSP connects refugees to the community and employers as a holistic approach to refugee resettlement. The services and programs deliver statewide coordination of refugee resettlement to promote refugee self-sufficiency and long-term integration.


Refugees who arrived in the United States within the past five years.


(720) 423-4749

CRSP Website

Denver Food and Energy Assistance at the CO-OP at 1st

The Co-op at 1st offers qualifying children and families in need food assistance and energy bill assistance (up to $1,500). The Co-op hosts a local Farmers market that accepts SNAP and Double Up Food Bucks from Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. – 7p.m Co-op. 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: (720) 638-5992 5045 W 1st Ave Denver, CO 80219 The Co-op at 1st Flyer The Co-op at 1st Website

Food Pantries in Dillon, Breckenridge and Silverthorne

The Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) food pantry provides walk thru and drive thru food pantries in Dillon, Breckenridge and Silverthorne. Information may vary so check online to get the most up to date information on the dates, times and location of the food Pantries. Contact: (970) 262-3888 FIRC Website

Denver Mobile Food Pantry - Richard T. Castro Human Services Center

Denver Human Services and Foodbank of the Rockies provides food at Richard T. Castro Human Services Center every 4th Monday of the month from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. No ID required. Distribution occurs outside so dress appropriately and bring your bags!  Contact: (303) 371-9250 Richard T. Castro Human Services Center 1200 Federal Blvd.  Denver, CO 80204 2021 Mobile Food Pantry 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 (except in September) from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. No ID required. Distribution occurs outside so dress appropriately and bring your bags!  Contact: (303) 371-9250 3815 Steele St. Denver, CO 80205 2021 Mobile Food Pantry 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

Community Food Share (Located in Boulder and Broomfield Counties)

Community Food Share provides food to people living in Boulder and Broomfield counties. The resource distributes food via onsite food pantries, mobile food pantries and senior food programs. Find local food resources through their  Food Finder Map.  Community Food Share Website 

Weld Food Bank (Serves Weld County Residents)

Weld food Banks 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

Seniors’ Nutrition Program (Locations in Loveland and Fort Collins)

Volunteers of America's Smiling Spoon program provides seniors age 60 years and older curbside pickup hot meals to seniors at Loveland and Fort Collins. Call (970) 472-9630 for reservations and to find a location nearest to you. Mondays Chilson Senior Center 700 East 4th Street Loveland, CO 80537 Pick up available 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Wednesdays Sanctuary Place Apartments 3732 Kunz Court Fort Collins, CO 80526 Pick up available 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Smiling Spoon 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. Eligibility Must be 18 years or older Contact: (303) 343-7808 13387 E 19th Pl. Aurora, CO 80011

Senior Support Services

Senior Support Services provides meals, emergency food, clothing, individualized case management, medical care, housing, government benefits, socialization, and activities for hungry and homeless seniors ages 60 and older. You must have a photo I.D. for first intake to get a membership card which is required for each visit to access services. Services available Monday - Friday from 10:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Contact: (303) 832-1622 846 E 18th Ave Denver, CO 80218 Senior Support Services Website

Bayaud Enterprises (Located in Denver)

Bayaud Enterprises provides a variety of free services including a foodbank on Thursday, employment support, laundry services, and resource navigation to the Denver area. To access the foodbank, visit their location on Thursdays from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.


(303) 830-6885

333 W. Bayaud Ave.

Denver, CO 80223

Bayaud 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 3315 South Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113, US Café 180 Website

Denver WIC (Women, Infant and Children)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) promotes healthy families by supporting food costs, nutrition knowledge, breast feeding support and more. The program provides support free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. To get started, call 303-602-6550 and schedule an appointment a Denver County WIC location. Eligibility Pregnant, breastfeeding (up to one year after the delivery of baby) or a postpartum woman (up to six months after the delivery of baby) Have 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   

Basic Emergency Services at Servicios De La Raza (Located in Denver)

The Basic Emergency Assistance 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 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Eligibility Individuals and Families who reside in the service area: Adams, Denver, and Jefferson counties Contact: (303) 458-5851 3131 W 14th Ave.,  Denver, CO, 80204 BES program 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 helpful 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. Eligibility Residents of Colorado who are victims of abuse. Abuse may include: physical, emotional, sexual, financial, domestic violence, caregiver abuse, stalking etc. Contact: (303) 839-5510 (720) 503-9580 (Text) 6825 E Tennessee Ave Bldg 2, Ste 475 Denver, CO, 80224 The Initiative 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 "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.


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.


(800) 221-3943

Health First Website

Social Security Administration

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides information about benefits and options for people. Use this site to access your social security account, apply for benefits and more.



SSA Website

Colorado PEAK

An online service for Coloradans to screen themselves and apply for medical, food and cash assistance programs.

Colorado Peak Website

Child Care & Respite

Colorado Childcare Assistance Program

The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) helps families that are homeless, working, searching for work or in school find low-income childcare assistance. Families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program can also use CCCAP services.


Each county sets eligibility requirements for families but must help families that have an income of 185% or less of the federal poverty guideline. Counties will not serve families that have an income over 85% of the state median income. 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.


Children must be between the ages of 5 to 12 years old to register for YMCA Out of School Time program Contact: (720) 524-2792

YMCA Website

Advocacy & Parent Support

Advocacy Denver

Civil rights advocacy organization serving children, teenagers and adults with intellectual and development 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.


(303) 831-7733

950 S Cherry St Ste 1100 Denver, CO 80246

Advocacy Denver

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 19. There may be a wait list. Ayuda a las familias que califican a pagar los costos de los servicios de guardería de niños. Proveemos asistencia para niños entre las edades de 0 a 13 años y para los jóvenes con necesidades especiales hasta los 19 años.

(720) 944-5437

Denver County Child Care Assistance Program

El Grupo Vida (Located in Aurora)

El Grupo VIDA is a Spanish-language network of families who have children with disabilities or special need. 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. You can join the adult group every second Saturday at 12:30 p.m. and third Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., or you can join the youth support group every second Saturday at 11 a.m.


(303) 335-9875

PO Box 473677

Aurora, CO 80047

El Grupo Vida

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 tools to make informed decisions, advocate for improved public and private policies, build partnerships among professionals and families, and serve as a trusted resource on health care.


Family Voices

Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP)

The Exceptional Student Services Unit (ESSU) at the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) plan conferences throughout the year that are family-centered and designed to offer support, information, and education to parents and professionals.


(303) 866-6694

Parents Encouraging Parents Website

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.


(877) 472-7201

P2P-CO 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.


(800) 284-0251

PEAK Parent Center Website

Servicios de la Raza

Servicios de la raza provides and advocates for essential human services and opportunities in the community. The organization uses culturally responsive support and networks to be an accessible resource to all regardless of age, race gender etc.


(303) 458-5851

3131 W. 14th Avenue

Denver, Colorado 80204

Servicios de la Raza

Small World with Special Needs

Small World Special Needs, is a multi-cultural resource hub for people helping children with special needs to share resources and information. Videos and Tips sheets offer video presentations about children with ASD in a variety of languages. Contact: Small World with Special Needs Website

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 separate Network of Care resource database specific to the needs of people with intellectual developmental disabilities, their providers and caregivers.


(303) 480-6700

DRCOG Website

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.



Autism Speaks

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

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.



(617) 600-2450

UCP Website

Cerebral Palsy Guide

A guide to taking care of individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Find resources, treatments and learn more about Cerebral Palsy.


(855) 329-1008

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association

Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association 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

Autism Society of Colorado

Autism Society of Colorado serves as an important advocate and resource for the autism community. The organization advocates for inclusion in policy and provides trainings and advocacy for organizations to include equal access employment opportunities.


(720) 214-0794

Autism Society of Colorado Website

Fussy Baby Network Colorado

For parents that are having difficult time comforting their baby who may have trouble feeding and sleeping, the organization provides advice to help. Work with infant specialist that help parents with babies in their first year of life.


Infants under 1 years old



Fussy Baby Network Colorado

Support Groups at Autism Society of Colorado

Support group for parents of children/adolescents on the spectrum: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 7-8 p.m. Support group for parents of twice-exceptional (2e) children: Every 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Support group for parents/caretakers of adults on the spectrum: Every 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 7-8 p.m. Support group for spouses/partners of individuals on the spectrum: Meets once a month on the 4th Saturday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Support group for LGBTQ+ individuals over the age of 18: This group is held on 3rd Monday of every month from 7-8 p.m. Social group for adolescents/young adults (age 14-22): An activity-based group who meets for fun and virtual events. There is no cost for the group, unless an activity deems it necessary. Financial support options are available for those who need it. Support group for adults on the spectrum (age 30+): Meets every Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. Contact:

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.


(303) 561-3196

BIA Website

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: (920) 659-6989 Mountain Dreamers Website

Fatherhood Program at Denver Human Services

Denver Human Services offers free assistance to fathers navigating child support systems through information sharing, classes and support groups. This program is open to all fathers - being an existing Denver Human Services client is not a requirement. Contact: (720) 944-1323 Fatherhood program Website

Denver Parent Advocates Lending Support (DPALS)

Denver Parent Advocates Lending Support (DPALS) connects families with parent partners to help navigate the child welfare system. Through peer-to-peer support, participating families receive encouragement, navigation assistance and referrals to other services and resources. Eligibility Open case with Denver Human Services Child Welfare Division Contact: (720) 944-6330 DPALS Website

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

AntiRacist Resources

The University of Denver shares Colorado specific resources for anti-racism. Find resources at DU Libraries and other local organizations.

DU website

Soul 2 Soul Sister (Located in Denver)

Soul 2 Soul sister is a faith-based racial justice organization that addresses antiracist ideologists and promoted 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.


(720) 295-4876

S2S Website

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.


(303) 893-6890

201 W 5th Ave,

Denver, CO 80204

Four Winds Center Website

Antiracism Resources at Denver Public Library

Denver Public Library provides anti-racism resources developed by Denver Public Library's Read. Awareness. Dialogue. Action. (R.A.D.A.) book discussion group to support conversations about racial justice with children, as well to learn and reflect on your own.

DPL Website

Community Counts! - Inclusion for people with an I/DD (Denver)

Coaching, Training and Transformation (CTAT, LLC) provides virtual classes (on Zoom) for people in the Denver community who’d like learn more about equity and inclusion for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD) in organizations, businesses, services and programs. These free virtual classes teach participants how to engage with individuals with an I/DD, diversify their community and more. Contact: (720) 389-0670 Community Counts Website

Early Childhood

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 impacts the lives of children and their families. DECC works with different stake holders to get enhance the quality and availability of childcare and early education opportunities for children.


(303) 561-2244

3532 Franklin Street, Suite F

Denver, CO 80205

Denver Early Childhood Website

Early Intervention Colorado

Colorado's Infant and Toddler Initiative under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Early Intervention Colorado is an interagency initiative led by the Colorado Department of Human Services.


(888) 777-4041

Early Intervention 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 website.

CDC Developmental Milestone 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.


(303) 377-9732

Anchor Center for Blind Children 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


Colorado Head Start Website ​​​​​​​


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

Bright by Text

Bright by Text sends free text messages to families containing tips, activities and resources for children before birth until they turn 8. These helpful tips support families in different stages of development. The texts are offered in English or Spanish. Contact: Text BRIGHT to 274448 Bright by Text Website


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) 515-4751 Ext 706 720-504-4624 Motherwise Colorado 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 or contact a program near you. ECMH 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. The resource also provides referrals to support groups, parenting classes and community resources for parenting support for behavioral issues with children. Contact: (877) 695-7996 (English) (866) 527-3264 (Spanish) Office: 303-933-1393 2163 S Yosemite St Denver, CO 80231 Shiloh House 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

Families Forward Resource Center

Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) provides supportive services and programs designed for 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. They also support fathers in their fatherhood program. Contact: To apply call (303) 307-0718 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 Head Start 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. CCCAP 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  1-855-543-4636 (KID-INFO) ParentSmart Healthline Colorado

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


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

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

Denver Public Schools

Find Denver Public School updates, program information and helpful resources for remote learning.


(720) 423-3200

Denver Public Schools 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:

ACEConnect Website

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.


(202) 245-7468

OSERS 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

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 2980 Curtis St Denver, CO 80205 El Sistem Colorado 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.


Colorado Resident
SNAP Benefit Recipient

Colorado Employment First Website

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.


Eligible for basic cash assistance from Colorado Works

CW STEO 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.



IPS Website

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)

JAN provides free consulting services for all individuals regardless of condition and employment status.


(800) 526-7234

JAN 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.


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

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.


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



SCSEP 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.


Individuals ages 14 to 21 on the Autism Spectrum


TACT Website

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

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.


Must be 18 years or older

Experiencing Homelessness

Have a desire to work

Attend an orientation


(303) 830-6885

333 W Bayaud AveDenver, CO 80223

Bayaud 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.


(720) 544-8114

DDRC 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

(303) 691-9339

Employment Works Website

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 SNAP to Success Flyer

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

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 free employment services, skills training, on the job support, job coaching, bus training and more. To apply for services, contact the organization via phone or email. Eligibility Denver Resident Must have an Intellectual and/or developmental disability Contact: Kim Berg  (303) 886-7965 Easterseals 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.


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

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.


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 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.


(303) 628-3800

Tax Help Website

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.


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


(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

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

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 Broadband Benefits Website

Health Care

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

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

Blink Health

Blink Health helps people find prescription medications available at lower prices.


(844) 366-2211

Blink Health 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

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.


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



CHP+ 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.


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.



Connect for Health Website

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.



Dental Lifeline Network

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

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.


(303) 242-8281

Kids Mobility 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.



NCHPAD Website


Online information about programs that provide assistance to people who are unable to afford their medications and health care costs.

Needy Meds 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

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

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

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


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

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.


(303) 293-2217

Coalition 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).


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

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

Assistance Website

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.


(720) 248-4690

Jewish Family Services Website

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.



Rebuilding Together Website

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.


(719) 448-4800

Project Cope 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).


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.


EHAP Guidelines

EHAP Website

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.


To receive assistance, call 1-844-926-6632.

HCAP Website

"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

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.


(303) 441-3388

1777 Broadway

Boulder CO 80302

Eviction Prevention Services 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).


POP Guidelines

POP 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

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

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 601 S. Irving Street Denver, CO 80219 Irving Street Women's Residence Website

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

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

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


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

CCDC 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

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.


(303) 837-1313

Colorado Legal Services Website

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.



DLC Website

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.


(303) 228-5382

Guardianship Alliance Website

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.


(303) 837-1313

Metro Volunteer Lawyers Website

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

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

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


Mental Health America

Mental Health America shares mental health resources and facts specifically for LGBTQ+ audience. The resources include partnerships and unique educational materials.

Mental Health America 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.


(212) 695.8650 x500

The Trevor Project 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 The Center on Colfax
1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80218 Rainbow Alley Website

Online Transgender Support Group (Denver)

The Center on Colfax’s Online Transgender Support Groupprovides a peer-led and confidential opportunity for individuals who were assigned female at birth and identify as trans men, trans masculine, and/or female-to-male (FtM). This virtual support group provides space for social support, conversation, and sharing resources. To join an upcoming group, contact Sable Schultz, Manager of Transgender Services at (303) 951-5217. Online Trans Women Support Group Every Thursday on Zoom Online Trans Masculine Support Group Every Friday on zoom Eligibility Must be 18 years or older Contact: (303) 951-5217 The Center on Colfax
1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80218 Support Group Website

Out Boulder County

Out Boulder County provides a community hub for the LGBTQIA+ community in Boulder. The organization shares and hosts community event, resources, supports individuals, provides support groups and financial support for specific needs. Eligibility 13 years or older or ages 11-12 with parents’ permission  Contact: (303) 499-5777 1443 Spruce Street
Boulder, CO  80302
Out Boulder 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 & Behavioral Health

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.


1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255

Colorado Crisis Services 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.



Jefferson Center for Mental Health 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

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.


(303) 504-6500

MHCD 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

Metro Crisis Line

Free, confidential guidance by phone for mental or emotional issues, substance abuse issues or problems in relationships, work or school.


(844) 493-8255

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.



Suicide Prevention 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

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.


1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)

Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline 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: 9495 E Florida Ave Denver, CO 80247 The Potter’s House 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 for Latino and Hispanic women who are going through hard times by pairing them with other women who have faced similar challenges and who understand. This program is free and is offered virtually on Zoom. Contact: (970) 409-6938 FIRC 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

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 701 Granite St, #270, Frisco, CO 80443 Building Hope 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 Parentline 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 5224 Sable St Denver, CO 80239 FAVA 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 NAMI Website

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 116 East Oak Street Fort Collins, CO 80524 La Cocina 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

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 Children’s Hospital Website



A quick and easy interactive tool designed to help individuals find specialized transportation that meets each person’s specific needs. Based on DRMAC's Getting There Guide, the database walks the user through a short series of questions that will determine the best transportation option(s) available to meet trip requirements.

TransitOptions Website

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

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 Website

Transportation Support for Single Moms and Widows from Good Neighbor Garage (Located in Golden)

Good Neighbor Garage (GNG) helps single moms and widows in the Denver area obtain reliable transportation options in order to be self-sufficient in the community. The organization supplies vehicle placement, education, maintenance and repair. Contact: (720) 941-5897 16097 South Golden Rd Golden, CO, 80401 GNG 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 RTD Website

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

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


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.


(970) 923-0578

CAMO Website

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

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.


(888) 708-5660

Mesothelioma Group Website

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.


(719) 577-7417

PMCN Website

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

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.


(800) 273-8255

Veterans Crisis Line 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


415 S. Weber St.

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

(719) 477-1639

(719) 227-4431

CVRC 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

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 Disabled Vet Assitance


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: Patriot Link Website

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 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 307 S 12th St
Grand Junction, CO 81501 Operation Revamp Website

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 512 29 1/2 Rd Grand Junction, CO 81504 Workforce Website

Community Reentry

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 3131 W 14th Ave. Denver, CO, 80204 Adult Reentry Website

Denver Reentry Program (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 juvenile 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. Eligibility Individuals between the ages of 18 to 24 who have any criminal justice involvement. Contact: (303) 458-5851 3131 W 14th Ave. Denver, CO, 80204 WAGEES20 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.


(720) 497-7748

Remington Building (2nd floor)

11011 W. 6th Ave

Lakewood, CO 80215

C3 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

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

Additional Resources:

211 Colorado 

Call 2-1-1 

211 Colorado serves as a resource for individuals in need of vital services statewide in Colorado. Find holiday and other resources in Colorado communities online or by calling 2-1-1 or visiting their website. 

211 Colorado Website 

Type in your zip code and will find local resources for food, housing, health, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs. Website