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Taxonomy Code: BM-6500.1500

Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand clothing. Included are clothing exchange programs.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Basic Needs-Salvation Army- Utility Assistance - Seasonal Assistance - Clothing Vouchers - Emergency Food Pantries Mesa County3227 I-70BLSalvation Army National Headquarters
Basic Needs- Service Extension Office, Salvation ArmyProvides emergency assistance to people in need: rent eviction prevention, utility shut off prevention, prescriptions, etc. Salvation Army also provides vouchers for clothing, house hold items and furniture. Household item vouchers can be requested only when moving into new housing/rental. Must provide lease/rental agreement. Furniture vouches are provided on an emergency basis only. *Salvation Army does not provide mattresses/beds*Montrose County1210 North Townsend AvenueSalvation Army National Headquarters
Basic Needs- Service Extension Office, Salvation ArmyProvides emergency assistance to people in need: rent eviction prevention, utility shut off prevention, prescriptions, clothing, transportation, etc.Garfield County201 14th StreetSalvation Army National Headquarters
Clothing and Household Goods - Mexican-American Development AssociationProvides individuals and families in the community gently used clothing and household goods.Montrose County17 N 6th STMexican American Development Association
Clothing - Household / Gifts from the HeartGifts from the Heart is a non-profit collection donated clothes, household & baby items for people in need in our community. All items distribute out are from generous local donations.Weld CountyGifts from the HeartGifts from the Heart
Clothing & Household Items - Community United Methodist ChurchProvides: - Clothing items such as shirts, pants, socks, shoes, jackets - Household items such as kitchen utensils, bedding and pots and pans - Personal hygiene products such as soap and deodorantArchuleta County434 Lewis StreetCommunity United Methodist Church
Clothing - Restoration FellowshipProvides clothing to residents in need in Pagosa Springs. Clothing may vary dependent upon donations.Archuleta County264 Village DriveRestoration Fellowship
Clothing - St. Mary's GarageDonated items are made available free to individuals in Crested Butte and the surrounding community. Donated items at no cost include: -Children's, Men's, and Women's clothing -Bedding -Home Decor -Books -Toys -Kitchenware -Miscellaneous itemsGunnison County300 Belleview Avenue, Crested Butte - St. Mary's GarageSt. Mary's Garage
CSFP and TEFAP (Salvation Army) - Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR)Offers the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). CSFP improves the health of people at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with a monthly food box containing nutritious USDA commodity foods. TEFAP is for low income Colorado residents receiving some form of public assistance Delta County117 Meeker StreetFood Bank of the Rockies (FBR)
Emergency Aid - Aspen Community ChurchWe provide emergency aid in the form of food vouchers, bus vouchers, clothing (through Thrift Shop of Aspen) and a limited amount of direct assistance for utilities, rent, prescriptions, gas, etc. Financial assistance and vouchers vary depending on availability.Pitkin County200 East Bleeker Street, Aspen - Aspen Community ChurchAspen Community Church
Emergency Assistance - Salvation Army / Brush UnitEmergency Assistance / Salvation Army - Brush UnitMorgan CountySalvation Army / Brush UnitSalvation Army / Brush Unit
Family Support Services - HOPE of the Grand Valley​Hope of the Grand Valley provides a hand up, not a hand out; by fostering and encouraging independence for hardworking, low-income families. Independence includes not receiving public assistance. Services offered: - Budget Coaching - Food Assistance - Personal & Group Support - Parenting Skills - Life Skills - Resume Building - Job Search - Interview Preparation - Mom's Support Groups - Dad's Support Groups - Family Support Groups Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=Hope%20of%20the%20Grand%20ValleyMesa CountyNo Physical AddressHOPE of the Grand Valley
Family Support - West End Family Link Center - West End Family Link CenterProviding emergency assistance to the communities in the west end of Montrose and San Miguel counties. Services available: - Food Boxes - Nucla/Naturita Community Food Bank - Clothing - Toy Lending Library - Money Management Classes - Nurturing Parenting Program - Bright by Three - Nutrition Program - CATCH Kids Club Summer Program - Energy Outreach Colorado Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/westendfamilylinkcenter/ Montrose County853 Main Street, Nucla - West End Family Link CenterWest End Family Link Center
Food and Clothing Assistance / Fort Lupton Food and Clothing BankLocated on Denver Avenue in the heart of Fort Lupton, Colo., the Fort Lupton Food and Clothing Bank serves hundreds of children, seniors, veterans and community members in need each month with the help of local businesses, the Weld Food Bank, church groups and volunteers.Weld CountyFort Lupton Food and Clothing BankFort Lupton Food and Clothing Bank
Homeless & Runaway Youth Program / Morgan County Interagency Oversight GroupServices for unaccompanied homeless/runaway youth includes food, clothing, telephone, hygiene items, and school supplies.Morgan CountyMorgan County Interagency Oversight GroupMorgan County Interagency Oversight Group
Hope Room - Junction Community ChurchThe Hope Room, is open for a clothing distribution. If you or someone you know is in need, please stop by Junction Community Church.Mesa County2867 Orchard AvenueJunction Community Church
Thrift Shop - Defiance Thrift ShopA non-profit thrift store selling second-hand merchandise, including clothing and furniture, at affordable prices.Garfield County2412 South Glen Avenue, Glenwood Springs - Defiance Thrift ShopDefiance Thrift Shop
Thrift Store - Salvation ArmySalvation Army is a local thrift store that carries gently used clothing and other household items. Donations can be made during regular business hours. Delta County104 CO-92Salvation Army National Headquarters
Veteran Services - Western Slope Veterans CoalitionA nonprofit, volunteer driven organization providing services for all veterans and their families. - Suicide & Crisis Intervention - Housing - Benefits - Education - Emergency Assistance - Healthcare - Physical & Emotional Health - Housing - Legal - Employment - Recreation & Socialization - Transportation - Female Veteran Support Garfield County803 Colorado AvenueWestern Slope Veterans Coalition

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