Telephone Facilities

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    Taxonomy Code: BM-6500.6500-830

    Programs that provide access to a telephone for homeless people and others who need to make a call and are unable to pay for it.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Day Center - Aspen Homeless ShelterDay center offering showers, phones, computers, food, and lockers, for example. In addition to these basics, the day center provides job counseling and case management to Pitkin County homeless adults.Pitkin County405 Castle Creek RDAspen Homeless Shelter
    Day Center for the Homeless - Grand Valley Catholic OutreachOffers services to area homeless ages 18 and older. Services provided: - Shower and laundry services from 7:00 am - 10:00 am - Telephone services which allows individuals to make and receive phone calls - P.O. box/mail services (address below) - Job search support - Storage for personal belongings (limited space) - Minor Medical services, Wednesday, 8:00 am - 11:00 am - Counseling Services, Monday 9:00 am - 11:00 am - Rocky Mountain Health Counseling, Friday, 8:00 am - 11:00 am A free bus service is also provided every Monday and Thursday morning. The bus starts at Homeward Bound Homeless Shelter at 8:00 am and can take individuals to the day center. Mesa County302 PITKIN AVEGrand Valley Catholic Outreach
    Daytime Emergency Shelter for Seniors - Senior Support ServicesProvides a food pantry, clothing room, public telephone, mail service, computer access, transportation assistance, storage for personal items, television room, library, and hygiene items.Denver CountySenior Support ServicesSenior Support Services
    Drop-In Center for Families, Single Women, and Transgender Persons - Gathering PlaceServes as a daytime drop-in center for women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty or homelessness. Provides basic services such as: - Three daily meals - Emergency food and clothing - Hygiene supplies - Bathing and laundry facilities - Family area - Telephones - Mail - GED classes - Job readiness classes - Creative and technical writing groups - Art studio (The Card Project) - Physical and mental health services - Limited funds for Colorado IDs In addition, a Denver Department of Human Services (DHS) staff member is on site Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. to assist Denver County residents ONLY with rental and deposit assistance.Denver CountyGathering PlaceGathering Place
    General Assistance - Friends of Saint AndrewProvides the following assistance to the homeless and residents of Aurora in need: - Food baskets - Soup kitchen - Personal grooming items - Telephone access and address to receive mail - Information and referral - Financial assistance for photo IDs (does not include Driver's Licenses)Adams CountyFriends of Saint AndrewFriends of Saint Andrew
    Homeless Services and Resource Center - Homeward AllianceOffers a one-stop shop resource center for those who are homeless or near homelessness. Services provided includes: - Day shelter - Mental health services - Housing related services - Employment programs - Bus passes - Survival gear - Showers - Hygiene supplies - Laundry - Computer/internet - Phone/voicemail boxes - Mail services - Referrals to community agencies - Assistance accessing federally funded programs - Jackets, sweatshirts, underwear, socks - Evening shelter through April 2019Larimer CountyHomeward AllianceHomeward Alliance
    Supportive Services & Referrals - The Shepherd's HandProvides support services and supplies to help those who are homeless. Services provided: - Outdoor Gear (tents and sleeping bags) - Winter Coats, hats and gloves - Phone Access - Bicycles (if available) - Wall lockers to store personal items - Referrals for pastoral counseling, job training, substance abuse programs, health insurance and housing optionsMontrose County17 N 6TH STThe Shepherd's Hand

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