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    Taxonomy Code: PH-1000.8500

    Programs that develop, implement, assess and follow up on plans for the evaluation, treatment and/or care of people who are experiencing a specific, time-limited problem such as a transition from hospitalization to independent living and who need assistance to obtain and coordinate the support services that will facilitate the change.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Case Management Services - Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)Assists clients with the following, with help from trained Resource Specialists: - Finding shelter, housing, glasses, dental services, and prescriptions - Rent and utilities - Local transportation - Budget counseling - Classed related to nutrition, financial, self-sufficiency, - Referrals to other community resources - Access to the community closet and community marketBoulder CountyOutreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)
    Case Management - Teller Senior CoalitionThe case manager serves as a senior advocate. She assesses seniors’ needs and offers referrals to services provided through TSC programs and other available community resources that strengthen seniors’ abilities to remain independent in their homes.Teller CountyTeller Senior CoalitionTeller Senior Coalition
    Client Services - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities provides assistance for those in need in El Paso County. Services include: -Financial Literacy Classes -Parenting with Love and Logic Classes -Nutrition Support -Employment search referrals (limited) -Temporary/Permanent housing referrals -Bus passes -Social Security applications/referrals -Education program referrals -Case Management -Hygiene products -Telephone access Walk in for services Monday - Friday 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. For more information call (719) 477-9365El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Community Services - El Comite de LongmontProvides a diverse range of bilingual/bi-cultural human services to the Longmont, Boulder County and surrounding communities. Services include: - Case management - Information and referral - Consultation - Conflict resolution and mediation - Immigrant information - Youth intervention - Diverse cultural programs - Citizenship applications and classes El Comite also offers services through 'guest case workers' from agencies who are present at the office during regular hours each week: - Longmont Senior Center - City of Longmont Office of Community Relations - Youth Services of the City of Longmont - Visiting attorneysBoulder CountyEl Comite de LongmontEl Comite de Longmont
    Domestic Violence Services and Safehouse - Advocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project provides the following comprehensive and confidential services: - 24-Hour Help Line - Offers crisis intervention, client education, emotional support, advocacy, information and referrals by telephone or person, 365 days a year. - Safehouse Program – Provides emergency shelter for survivors in danger with crisis intervention, client education, safety planning, individual and group counseling, advocacy, case management, and information/referrals. - Outreach Program – Provides crisis intervention, client education, safety planning, individual and group counseling, advocacy, case management, and information/referrals for survivors residing in the community. - Latina Outreach Program - Provides crisis intervention, client education, safety planning, individual and group counseling, advocacy, case management, and information/referrals to Latina survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. - Community Awareness and Education Program – Provides opportunities to inform and educate members of the community on the development of healthy relationships to prevent domestic and/or sexual violence. - Volunteer Advocate Program - Provides ASP and the community with support for the 24-Hour Help Line with volunteer advocates. Volunteer advocates receive 30+ hours of training. Garfield CountyAdvocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Drop In Center and Outreach Services for Youth (Stout St) - Urban PeakOffers a drop-in center for homeless youth ages 15 through 24. Provides the following services: - Temporary daytime shelter - Hot breakfast served Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Dinner served Tuesdays - Laundry services - Showers - Basic medical services - HIV and Hepatitis-C testing - Case management - Activity-based classes (art class, mindfulness, life skills classes, etc.) - Life skills courses (healthy relationships, sex education, finances, etc.) - Referrals (housing, mental health, substance abuse treatment, etc.) - Assistance obtaining documentation (birth certificates, driver’s licenses, state IDs, etc.) The Outreach Team is on the streets five days a week and seek out youth experiencing homelessness. Staff works to develop relationships with youth and provide the following: - Hygiene supplies - Clothing - Food and water - Harm reduction suppliesDenver CountyStout St - Urban PeakUrban Peak
    Family Day Center - Catholic CharitiesThe Family Day Center provides services for families who are homeless or on the verge of homelessness. Services include a hot meal, onsite child care while you meet with a case manager, limited financial assistance, hotel voucher help on a case by case basis, access to computers, and more. Walk in for services Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Family Support Program (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Family Support Services Program provides advocacy, referrals, and coordination of supports to families of persons aged three years and older who have a developmental delay or disability. The family member with the developmental disability must: Be a child or adult of any age with a developmental disability/delay, and reside with the family seeking support services. Be eligible and enrolled with TRE and living within the service area covered by TRE – El Paso, Teller and Park counties. Meets program criteria determined through a Most in Need Assessment. Services and Supports Advocacy in schools, court hearings, meetings, and on the job Assessment of needs and coordination of referrals Assistance with completing applications for Social Security benefits, Medicaid benefits, etc. Help in promotion of family stability and addressing needs that impact quality of life. State general funds may be available to assist for the following: Medical and dental expenses not covered by private insurance or Medicaid. Vehicle and home modifications Dietary and clothing needs In-home or center based respite For further information about this program contact The Resource Exchange’s Navigation Department at (719) 380-1100.El Paso CountyDevelopmental Disability Services (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Resource Exchange
    First Steps - North Colorado Health AllianceFirst Steps: First Steps has supported vulnerable women throughout at-risk pregnancies since 1991 Weld CountyNorth Colorado Health AllianceNorth Colorado Health Alliance
    General Assistance (W 14th Ave) - Action CenterOffers the following services: - Clothing, once every 30 days - Household items, personal hygiene items, diapers, wipes, other baby care items, as available - Food pantry, a five-day supply of emergency food, up to six times a year - ID and birth certificate vouchers - Mailbox, homeless individuals - Case management servicesJefferson CountyW 14th Ave - Action CenterAction Center
    Homeless Resource Center - Springs Rescue MissionProvides showering facilities, laundry facilities, coffee, and an opportunity to meet with a Resource Advocates. This service is for anyone experiencing homelessness, no documents required. Walk in for services Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00p.m. El Paso CountySprings Rescue MissionSprings Rescue Mission
    Information and Referral - Independence CenterYou do not need an appointment to speak with an Information & Referral Specialist (I&R Specialist). The I&R Specialist will introduce you to all that is available at The IC plus give you information about local resources and community services that may benefit you. I&R Services are available to anyone seeking information assistance. To learn more about how we can help you, contact an Information & Referral Specialist at (719) 471-8181El Paso CountyIndependence CenterIndependence Center
    Linkage to Substance Abuse Treatment - National Addiction FoundationSupports individuals with addictions by finding services and providing education that will lead them to recovery. The National Assessment Foundation offers a concierge service that can assist clients in: - Finding a treatment program that will accept their insurance - Negotiating high out-of-pocket costs - Communicating with a network of vetted treatment facilities, and comparing facilities and programs to find the best fit - Transitioning out of a treatment program and preventing relapseOut of StateNational Addiction FoundationNational Addiction Foundation
    Non-Clinical Case Management - Mt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceGeneralist Navigator assists with supportive social services and resourcing emergent needs such as housing support, utility resource assistance, financial classes and counseling, food, clothing and employment assistance, and resources to legal services. In collaboration with community partners, the Generalist Navigator works to better assist with the ultimate goal of overcoming adversity and gaining sustainability. To schedule an appointment please call Mt. Carmel at (719) 309-4714El Paso CountyMt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceMt. Carmel Center of Excellence
    Non-Residential Services / Alternative Homes for YouthAlternative Homes for Youth Community Transition Program: AHFY offers a range of services for youth preparing to reenter the community. Services ranging from GPS monitoring, obtaining vital records and job skills, to providing therapy services and facilitating restorative community justice, increase the likelihood youth will be successful. Our program ensures youth maintain a schedule that keeps them moving forward and holds them accountable to Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) transitional requirements. Our Community Transition specialists will meet with the youth and his MDT prior to discharge. Recommendations from staffings, parole hearings, and a transition assessment will provide additional information we will use to generate a comprehensive picture of client needs. Then, in consultation with the youth’s MDT, we will create an individualized transition plan. Weld CountyAlternative Homes for YouthAlternative Homes for Youth
    Older Adult and Caregiver Services (Harlan St, Denver) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsOlder Adult and Caregiver Services is specifically designed to support older adults and their families as they wrestle with aging-related issues. These issues can range from concern for an aging parent's memory or physical health to finding affordable housing. Mental health counseling for caregivers and seniors dealing with difficult transitions is also available.Denver CountyHarlan St, Denver - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    Older Adult and Caregiver Services (Larimer County) – Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsOlder Adult and Caregiver Services is specifically designed to support older adults and their families as they wrestle with aging-related issues. Care management services and counseling are available for seniors ages 60 and older and their family members or caregivers. In some cases, services can be provided at the client's home.Larimer CountyNorthern Colorado Services - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    Parenting Support Services - Parenting and Fatherhood CenterOffers the following services to parents and individuals in a parenting role: - Parenting classes (for voluntary or court-ordered participants) - Court-ordered supervised visitation - Therapeutic visitation, where a social worker works with parents on parenting techniques - Case management, problem-solving, and advocacy for individuals dealing with divorce, custody, visitation, parenting time, enforcement of orders, or court-ordered servicesDenver CountyParenting and Fatherhood CenterParenting and Fatherhood Center
    Pregnancy Options - Creative AdoptionsProvides pregnancy options counseling and case management services to all women experiencing unexpected pregnancies, no matter the stage of pregnancy. Referrals are made to women who ultimately choose to parent. Specializes in open adoptions. If a woman decides to place her child for adoption, will help make an adoption plan, if desired, choose an adoptive family for her child. After Hours Line provides casework for individuals who have not made a plan for adoption but have already given birth to their child, as well as any other situation that is emergent and adoption related.Jefferson CountyCreative AdoptionsCreative Adoptions
    Relatives Raising Children (E Smith Rd) - Catholic CharitiesProvides support for relatives raising children due to parents' death, drug addiction, incarceration or illness. Support offered includes: - Monthly support groups - Resources and information - Short-term case management - Special family activitiesDenver CountyE Smith Rd - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities
    Support for Victims of Human Trafficking - Colorado Organization for Victim AssistanceProvides case management services for individuals experiencing human trafficking, including but not limited to assistance with the following: - Referrals to housing and shelter - Resources to assist with food, hygiene products, clothing and transportation - Phones - Referrals for medical and mental health services - Referrals for legal assistance - Support in gaining additional education, including GED and ESL classes - Referrals to job training programs - Support in applying for address confidentiality Will assist all survivors, including those with or without documentation and with or without plans to report the crime to the police.Denver CountyColorado Organization for Victim AssistanceColorado Organization for Victim Assistance
    Survivor Support - Colorado National Guard Family ProgramSurvivor Outreach Services (SOS) connects military personnel with individuals and resources after experiencing the loss of a loved one. Arapahoe CountyColorado National Guard Family ProgramColorado National Guard Family Program
    The Independence Center - Community Outreach CenterCommunity Outreach Center serves as a “hub” for services and resources that sustain a strong, vibrant, healthy community on the rural plains of eastern El Paso County. The Independence Center provides services for individuals with short and long term disabilities. Independence Center staff come to the community outreach center every Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. May be able to meet other days by appointment only. Walk in or call for more information.El Paso CountyThe Independence Center - Community Outreach CenterCommunity Outreach Center
    Veteran's Housing & Support Services (Grand Junction Office) - Volunteers of AmericaProvides support and advocacy for homeless veterans or veterans at risk of homelessness. Services include but are not limited to: - Case-management services - Permanent emeregency housing - Assistance in obtaining benefits - Emergency financial resources - Finding other housing options - Help resolve landlord/tenant and tenant's rights issues Located in the Center for Independence building. Mesa County740 Gunnison Avenue - Volunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    Women's Health Center (Centaur Village Dr) - Catholic CharitiesMarisol Health provides comprehensive OB/GYN Care, including free pregnancy tests and pregnancy confirmation ultrasounds, and the following low-cost services: - STD testing - Prenatal care - Annual exams - Other reproductive health services - Therapeutic counseling - Case management - Referrals to housing, childcare, and material resourcesDenver CountyCentaur Village Dr - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities
    Women's Health Center (Olive St) - Catholic CharitiesMarisol Health provides comprehensive OB/GYN Care, including free pregnancy tests and pregnancy confirmation ultrasounds, and the following low-cost services: - STD testing - Prenatal care - Annual exams - Other reproductive health services - Therapeutic counseling - Case management - Referrals to housing, childcare, and material resourcesDenver CountyOlive St - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities
    Wraparound Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Servicios de la RazaThe VISTAS (Victims in Safe Transition and Self-Sufficiency) program offers services to victims of domestic violence and their families throughout the state of Colorado, including the following: - Case management - Victim and legal advocacy - Crisis intervention - 24-hour crisis line - Assistance with victims’ compensation - Support groups - Referrals and assistance in accessing free or low-cost legal representation for family and immigration casesDenver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza
    Youth Support - Juvenile Assessment CenterThe Community Assessment Program at the Family Resource Pavilion provides early intervention screening and assessment services for youth with behavioral concerns. Services include: - Behavioral health screenings (mental health and substance use) - Assessment of risks, strengths, and needs - Case planning and connections to supportive services and positive strategies - Short-term case management - Other assessments (i.e., trauma, school refusal, high risk victim, etc.) as neededArapahoe CountyJuvenile Assessment CenterJuvenile Assessment Center

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