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    Taxonomy Code: BM-6500.1500-950

    Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand uniforms or other working clothes. Also included are programs such as "Dress for Success" that provide interview suits and other professional attire for low income individuals (frequently women) who need this type of wardrobe to secure and/or retain gainful employment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Business Women Clothing - Leanna’s ClosetLeanna’s Closet is a Greeley nonprofit that provides business clothing to women in need through a voucher and referral system. The organization provides free business clothing for low income and disadvantaged women with pride and dignity. Who are presently working, or those planning to enter the work force.Weld CountyLeanna’s ClosetLeanna’s Closet
    Clothing Closet - Dress for Success DenverDress for Success provides one complete outfit for an interview, and four complete outfits once a client is employed. All clients are also encouraged to attend Dress for Success's Professional Women's Group (PWG), a post-employment support program. This group meets monthly, and all participants receive food, gifts, networking opportunities with other women, and a coupon to shop for a suit in Dress for Success's boutique.Denver CountyDress for Success DenverDress for Success Denver
    Clothing - Evergreen Christian OutreachProvides camping gear and limited clothing and accessories such as coats, shoes, etc., for individuals and families in dire or emergency situations, or who are experiencing homelessness (as supplies are available). Clothing for job interviews and new hires may also be available. Jefferson CountyEvergreen Christian OutreachEvergreen Christian Outreach
    Community Outreach - Urban Outreach DenverProvides the following services to individuals in the community: - Free community dinner for anyone in need on Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. - Clothing - Blankets/sleeping bags - Hygiene supplies - Job assistance (i.e. resume help, interview clothing)Denver CountyUrban Outreach DenverUrban Outreach Denver
    Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) (3224 Independence Rd) - Upper Arkansas Area Council of GovernmentsThe Purpose of the CSBG Program is to provide assistance to low and very low-income families and individuals in Fremont, Custer, Chaffee, and lake Counties. The program has limited funds and is not an entitlement program. CSBG funds can provide assistance with utility bills and shut off notices, medications, eviction prevention, mortgage payments, food, auto repairs (if employed), tools, & clothing for employment, home appliance repair/replacement, dental, vision and other services. To Apply: Applications are available at location below and also available online; please bring in the additional documents required as stated on page one of the application. If you do not currently have household income you will also be required to fill out a zero income statement which is also available online. Fremont County residents may apply at UAACOG, 3224 A Independence Rd Canon City, CO 81212.Fremont County3224 Independence Rd - Upper Arkansas Area Council of GovernmentsUpper Arkansas Area Council of Governments
    Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) - Custer County Department of Social ServicesThe Purpose of the CSBG Program is to provide assistance to low and very low-income families and individuals in Fremont, Custer, Chaffee, and lake Counties. The program has limited funds and is not an entitlement program. CSBG funds can provide assistance with utility bills and shut off notices, medications, eviction prevention, mortgage payments, food, auto repairs (if employed), tools, & clothing for employment, home appliance repair/replacement, dental, vision and other services. To Apply: Applications are available at location below and also available online; please bring in the additional documents required as stated on page one of the application. If you do not currently have household income you will also be required to fill out a zero income statement which is also available online. Custer County residents may apply at Custer County Department of Human Services, 205 S 6th St Westcliffe, CO 81252. Custer CountyCuster County Department of Social ServicesCuster County Department of Social Services
    Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) - Lake County Public HealthThe Purpose of the CSBG Program is to provide assistance to low and very low-income families and individuals in Fremont, Custer, Chaffee, and lake Counties. The program has limited funds and is not an entitlement program. CSBG funds can provide assistance with utility bills and shut off notices, medications, eviction prevention, mortgage payments, food, auto repairs (if employed), tools, & clothing for employment, home appliance repair/replacement, dental, vision and other services. To Apply: Applications are available at location below and also available online; please bring in the additional documents required as stated on page one of the application. If you do not currently have household income you will also be required to fill out a zero income statement which is also available online. Lake County residents may apply at Lake County Public Health Agency, 112 W 5th St Leadville, CO 80461 Lake County112 W. 5th Street, Leadville - Lake County Public HealthLake County Public Health
    Community Services Block Grant (CSGB) - Upper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging (Salida)The Purpose of the CSBG Program is to provide assistance to low and very low-income families and individuals in Fremont, Custer, Chaffee, and Lake Counties. The program has limited funds and is not an entitlement program. CSBG funds can provide assistance with utility bills and shut off notices, medications, eviction prevention, mortgage payments, food, auto repairs (if employed), tools, & clothing for employment, home appliance repair/replacement, dental, vision and other services. To Apply: Applications are available at location below and also available online; please bring in the additional documents required as stated on page one of the application. If you do not currently have household income you will also be required to fill out a zero income statement which is also available online. Chaffee County Residents may apply at Area Agency on Aging, 139 E 3rd St Salida, CO 81201 Chaffee CountyUpper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging (Salida)Upper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging (Salida)
    Employment Support Program - Homeless GearHand Up offers employment support for homeless and near-homeless job-seekers with interviews, job leads, resumes, stress management, and clothing. Hand Up also partners with businesses to – when appropriate – hire individuals in the program. Operates from the Murphy Center.Larimer CountyHomeless GearHomeless Gear
    Professional Business Clothing - Mt. Carmel Center of Excellence“Civvies” is a unique boutique in the Atrium of Mt. Carmel that provides guests with affordable professional and business attire before they interview, begin a new job or if they want to enhance their professional wardrobe. For more information please call Mt. Carmel at (719) 309-4714El Paso CountyMt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceMt. Carmel Center of Excellence
    Professional Development - Women's Resource AgencyWRA offers a variety of free services to assist women with Professional Development. To become a client, call us at (719) 471-3170 to see if you qualify for our services and to find out about orientation. Services include the following: Workshops: Regularly scheduled sessions assist women in reaching their goals. Topics include: Professionalism and Networking Improving Communication Skills Resumé and Cover Letter Tips Interview Techniques Improving Self-Esteem Budgeting and Financial Planning Educational Opportunities Job Readiness Professionalism Money Management How to create a resume and cover letter Job Readiness: Resumé Coaching Individual assistance to make your resume shine Mock Interviews Practice your skills and get feedback and tips to ace your interview Suit-Up for Success: At our boutique, job readiness clients who have a pending job interview receive one-on-one coaching from a Personal Shopper and select an appropriate interview suit to make the transition back to the workforce easier. Outfits include accessories and are free to clients to keep. After gaining employment, clients return for additional workplace outfits and the opportunity to join our Women's Professional Network, an employment retention and career advancement program. Interview suiting - 1 to 2 interview appropriate business suits. Employment suiting - 5 to 8 career outfits for newly employed women Career Dynamics: This class meets monthly and is designed for job-search clients to become career-ready. Topics will include personal branding, resume coaching, job searching, interviewing and networking. Computer Assistance: Computer Lab - Fill out applications, on-line job searches, or access your email for job search free of charge Computer 1 on 1 - Increase your computer skills in individual setting Classes Social Media Job Book: Job postings from location agencies Career Corner Library: Read our books related to personal or professional development Individual Coaching: We help clients develop an individualized plan for succeeding in the workplace and throughout their lifetime. We also provide referrals to other community resources for other assistance. Meet with a staff person to develop goals, gain support, get employment guidance and discover other resources in the community.El Paso CountyWomen's Resource AgencyWomen's Resource Agency
    Teen Clothing - Teens With PromiseEveryday Wear - Teens With Promise provides new and/or gently used clothing for teenagers in the Pikes Peak region. Each teen that meets eligibility criteria is allowed to select up to three outfits at no cost. We believe that youth who have new clothes often feel better about themselves, and they are more likely to stay in school and make progress toward positive life goals. Formal Wear - Each year, Teens With Promise hosts a Prom Dress Fashion Event with over 800 new and gently used prom dresses. High school youth in El Paso County are able to come and rent a beautiful formal gown for only $20. Interview Wear - Youth who begin the search for their first job are sometimes at a loss in how to dress for a job interview. The Teen Shop allows teens to shop for an appropriate interview outfit with the consultation of a personal shopper. Winter Coat Wear - During the cold months, Teens With Promise visits local high schools and youth shelters to deliver winter coats for youth in need. Hats, gloves, and scarves are also provided.El Paso CountyTeens with PromiseTeens with Promise
    Transition to Independence (TIP) (Colorado Springs) - REACH Pikes PeakTransitions to Independence (TIP) is a goal setting program utilizing intensive one-on-one case management to assist low income people to attain higher education and job skills. TIP focuses on individuals that are under-educated, under-employed, under-skilled and at or below 185% of the federal poverty level. Services offered to participants include education assistance, job coaching, transportation, uniform assistance, testing costs, and many other services that remove the barriers that participants face as they work to increase their education level and job skills. This program includes an assessment and goal setting process followed by long-term, intensive case management. REACH Pikes Peak’s Transitions to Independence Program is offered at our main Colorado Springs office. This is an enrollment program and clients are seen by appointment only. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - REACH Pikes PeakREACH Pikes Peak
    Work Clothing - Junior League of Fort CollinsThe Junior League Career Closet provides professional attire to women who may not be able to afford an appropriate professional wardrobe. Women referred by a community service organization or themselves can access clothing for job interviews or the first days of work.Larimer CountyJunior League of Fort CollinsJunior League of Fort Collins

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