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    The structure of the services index and definitions of the terms contained herein were orginally published in A Taxonomy of Human Services: A Conceptual Framework with Standardized Terminology and Definitions for the Field by the Information and Refferal Federation of Los Angeles County, Inc., 3035 Tyler Ave, El Monte, CA 91731; Copyright (c) 1983, 1987, 1991. No part of there listing of human service terms and definitions may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electrical, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the Information and Referral Federation of Los Angeles County, Inc.

    Taxonomy Code: TJ-3000.8000

    Programs that maintain information about community resources that are appropriate for a specific target group or human services sector (for example, youth programs or addiction services) and which link individuals who are in need of specialized services with appropriate resources and/or which provide information about community agencies and organizations that offer specialized services.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    24-Hour Walk-In Crisis Center (E Colfax Ave) - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)The Mental Health Center of Denver operates a 24-hour crisis walk-in center in partnership with Colorado Crisis Services. The walk-in center provides confidential, in-person crisis mental health, substance use or emotional support, and information and referrals to anyone in need.Denver CountyE Colfax Ave - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)
    Abuse and Disability Services - The InitiativeProvides a wide variety of supportive services for individuals who are victims of abuse and self-identify as having a disability. Services include: - Safety and self-sufficiency services (e.g., relocation, information and referral) - Workplace and housing advocacy - Court accompaniment and criminal justice support though the legal process - Peer counseling - Rural advocacy - Bilingual advocacy - Training's for organizations and community members Denver CountyThe InitiativeThe Initiative
    Adoption Services - Adoption OptionsProvides free 24/7 unplanned pregnancy support by telephone, text and in-person. Also provides pregnancy counseling and case management services to all women experiencing unexpected pregnancies, no matter the stage of pregnancy. Services includes: - Infant adoption - Foster-to-adopt - Unplanned pregnancy support - Adoption placement services - Home studies - Post adoption services - Legal relinquishmentDenver CountyAdoption OptionsAdoption Options
    Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) - Larimer County Office on AgingProvides information and assistance to access programs and services which allow individuals to remain as independent as possible in the following ways: - Help understanding and navigating the long-term service and support system - Information and Assistance specializing in programs and services for older adults and adults with disabilities. - Options counseling - Help completing Long Term Care Medicaid and Medicare Savings Program applications - Assistance accessing Chore Voucher Program and In-Home Services Voucher Program Larimer CountyLarimer County Office on AgingLarimer County Office on Aging
    AIDS Support - Western Colorado AIDS ProjectProvides case management and preventive services to HIV-positive individuals and those at risk of HIV contraction in 22 counties along the western slope of Colorado. Service may include: -Walk in testing for HIV and Hepatitis C -Case management -Housing referrals -Health Care Provider referrals -Mental Health Counseling -Food Assistance Referrals -Syringe Exchange Program -Peer-driven support groupsMesa County2352 North 7th Street, Grand Junction - Western Colorado AIDS ProjectWestern Colorado Health Network
    Alcohol and Drug Information - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationProvides distribution of free education materials, referrals for substance abuse and mental health treatment facilities, and access to the Prevention Materials online database. Out of StateSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    Alcohol/Drug Abuse Information (3460 S Federal Blvd) - Mile High Behavioral HealthcareProvides information and referral regarding treatment programs for alcohol and drug-related problems in the metro Denver area. Also serves as a clearinghouse for alcohol and drug information, shelter information, and information on related needs.Arapahoe County3460 S Federal Blvd - Mile High Behavioral HealthcareMile High Behavioral Healthcare
    Alcohol/Drug Abuse Information (4242 Delaware) - Mile High Behavioral HealthcareProvides information and referral regarding treatment programs for alcohol and drug-related problems in the metro Denver area. Also serves as a clearinghouse for alcohol and drug information, shelter information, and information on related needs.Denver County4242 Delaware - Mile High Behavioral HealthcareMile High Behavioral Healthcare
    Alzheimer's Information & Referral Services (Colorado Springs) - Alzheimer's Association Colorado ChaptersProvides assistance for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers and families, including classes, education, support groups, and resources.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Alzheimer's Association - Colorado ChaptersAlzheimer's Association Colorado Chapters
    Alzheimer's Resources - Alzheimer's Association Colorado ChaptersProvides support, education, and resources to persons with Alzheimer's or Dementia, their caregivers, and family members, including: - A lending library covering a wide variety of Alzheimer's topics - Memories in the Making (MIM), an art program for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia that brings comfort and joy through the process of creating watercolors - Educational series for those who are new to Alzheimer's disease, or in the middle to late stages of the disease - Family options counseling - Community referrals to physicians, diagnostic services, day care centers, residential care, hospices, elder law attorneys, and area agencies on aging - A quarterly newsletter - Support groups for persons with Dementia/Alzheimer's, their families, and caregiversWeld CountyNortheast Colorado/Greeley / Alzheimer's Association Colorado ChaptersAlzheimer's Association Colorado Chapters
    Alzheimer's Resources - Southwest Colorado Region, Alzheimer's Association Colorado ChaptersProvides assistance for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers and families, including classes, education, support groups, and resources.La Plata County701 Camino del RioAlzheimer's Association Colorado Chapters
    Assistance for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities - Neighbor NetworkProvides volunteer services to promote independence, including: - Transportation (critical medical appointments, prescriptions, grocery shop, banking, local errands, social activities) - Companionship - Handyman services (installing grab bars and wheelchair ramps, changing light bulbs and fire alarm batteries, light maintenance) - Grocery shopping - Light housekeeping - Information and referrals - Advocacy - Light case managementDouglas CountyNeighbor NetworkNeighbor Network
    Assisted Living and Nursing Home Facility Locator (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides an online tool to identify: - Assisted living facilities for individuals with disabilities, the elderly and frail, as well as those with severe and persistent mental illness. - Nursing home facilities for the frail elderly and people with chronic illness who need routine or skilled nursing care in a residential facility.Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Autism Information and Support - Autism Society of ColoradoOffers a variety of events, activities and information services which include: - Autism Navigation Center for information, referrals, advocacy and support, support and social groups from birth to adulthood - Sensory-friendly events with our community partners - Autism 101 and other presentation to help understanding of the autism community for community groups, school districts, organizations and employers - Annual Autism Walk Denver CountyAutism Society of ColoradoAutism Society of Colorado
    Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse - Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)Provides behavioral health services for adult and adolescent populations which include individual therapy, screening, and referrals. This program is not designed for seriously mentally ill or emotionally disturbed persons due to the current unavailability of psychiatric follow-up. State-licensed (ADAD) substance abuse treatment options include both inpatient and outpatient services for adults and adolescents. The goal of treatment is recovery from the abuse of alcohol and drugs and the maintenance of a sober, healthy, and productive lifestyle.Denver CountyDenver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)
    Birth Control, Family Planning, and Gynecology Services (Women's Health at Boulder) - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterOffers a full range of services, including: - Annual exams - Pregnancy tests and all-options counseling - Birth control counseling and supplies - Emergency contraception - Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections - Breast exams - Referrals for free mammograms - Specialized gynecological procedures for gynecological disorders or abnormalities Services are available at both the Boulder and Longmont centers.Boulder CountyWomen's Health at Boulder - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterBoulder Valley Women's Health Center
    Birth Control, Family Planning, and Gynecology Services (Women's Health at Longmont) - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterOffers a full range of services, including: - Annual exams - Pregnancy tests and all-options counseling - Birth control counseling and supplies - Emergency contraception - Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections - Breast exams - Referrals for free mammograms - Specialized gynecological procedures for gynecological disorders or abnormalities Services are available at both the Boulder and Longmont centers.Boulder CountyWomen's Health at Longmont - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterBoulder Valley Women's Health Center
    Blind and Visually Impaired Resources - A3Provides the following services to help people adapt and adjust to vision loss: - In-home training and education - Adaptive aids - Support groups - Low-vision specialist eye exams - Workshops and public presentations Also provides information and referrals to other resources for individuals throughout the state.Denver CountyA3A3
    Bridges of Resources (No Physical Address) - Servicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza provides a program called Bridges of Resources formally known as Ventanilla de Salud (Windows to Health), which is a program they have been implementing in Denver and Southern Colorado since 2014. Their Promotoras serve and engage the underserved, monolingual Spanish speaking Latino community members by helping them feel safe and linking them to quality health care. Their program improves the health and conditions in which monolingual, Spanish-speaking Latinos live, learn, work and play, creating healthier communities.El Paso CountyNo Physical Address - Servicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza
    Camp Kesem (University of Colorado Boulder) - KesemOffers an overnight camp Monday August 5th, 2019 - Saturday, August 10th, 2018. In addition, Camp Kesem offers Through and Beyond Support Programs which include: - Kesem Warm welcome (a welcome package) - Kesem Connections (Newsletter) - Online Resources - Kesem By Your Side Kesem By Your Side provides customized support for children through the many challenges associated with a parent or guardian's cancer journey including difficult news, recurrence, loss and anniversaries. This support is developed on a case-by-case basis in a collaborative partnership between parents/guardians and local chapters.Out of StateKesemKesem
    Cancer Information and Referral Services (Colorado Springs) - American Cancer SocietyProvides personalized information, support and resource referrals to cancer patients, caregivers, and their families.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - American Cancer SocietyAmerican Cancer Society
    Cancer Support Services - CancerCareProvides the following assistance for individuals dealing with cancer: - Counseling and support groups over the phone, online, and in-person - Resource referrals - Educational workshops - Publications - Financial and co-payment assistance Financial assistance helps with costs including transportation, home care, child care, and some types of cancer treatment.Out of StateCancerCareCancerCare
    Case Management - Family Housing NetworkProvides resources and resource navigation to families experiencing homelessness in Fort Collins.Larimer CountyFamily Housing NetworkFamily Housing Network
    Cerebral Palsy Information & Referral Services - Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado SpringsProvides education around cerebral palsy to schools, families, and individuals. Also provides resource and referral information for those with cerebral palsy and their families.El Paso CountyCerebral Palsy Association of Colorado SpringsCerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs
    Child Advocacy - The CenterThe Western Slope Center for Children (WSCC) offers services for victims of child abuse and their families. Referrals are required from Law Enforcement or Social Services for interviewing of a child suspected of abuse. Abuse may be physical, sexual, psychological, and emotional or neglect. If abuse is suspected call local law enforcement or call the child abuse hotline at 970-242-1211 or 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437) Educational and supportive services are available to the community, and victims or families of victims. Those services can include: - Active Parenting of Teens - Teens in Action - Online Safety Information for Parents and Kids at www.netsmartz.org/Parents - Online Resource link on the WSCC website - Mandatory Reporting available through a class or online at www.coloradocwts.com/mandated-reporter-training at no cost. - Online Training through National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) at www.nationalcac.org Mesa CountyWestern Slope Center for ChildrenThe Center
    Childhood Cancer Information & Referral Services - Candlelighters of Southern ColoradoProvides support for families and individuals touched by childhood cancer and blood disorders through information and referral services, as well as monthly family uproot events. El Paso CountyCandlelighters of Southern ColoradoCandlelighters of Southern Colorado
    Child Protection Services (Georgetown) - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Child Welfare Unit is housed in the Clear Creek County Court House in Georgetown, and is comprised of a team of caseworkers and a Casework Supervisor. The program provides: - Adoption services - Child abuse investigations - Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) - Out-of-home placement - Referrals to community resourcesClear Creek CountyIdaho Springs - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesClear Creek County Department of Health and Human Services
    Civil Self Help Center (Bannock St) - Denver County Civil CourtThe Denver County Court Self-Help Center provides free, in-person assistance to civil litigants not represented by an attorney. Services include: - Locating and filling out forms - Understanding court procedures, rules, and terminology - Finding applicable statutes - Referrals to community resources Self-Help Center staff CANNOT provide legal advice or representation to litigants.Denver CountyBannock St - Denver County Civil CourtDenver County Civil Court
    Coffeehouse - Network MinistriesOffers a hospitality center for persons in need in the Capitol Hill and downtown Denver area. Services include coffee, tea, and occasional assistance with finding other community resources, support groups, and friendship. Showers are also available during business hours.Denver CountyNetwork MinistriesNetwork Ministries
    College Support Services - Educational Opportunity CenterA federally funded, free program that assists low income, first generation adults with the college process. Students receive: - Career counseling - Help filling out paperwork - Assistance navigating the college admissions process - Assistance with scholarship searches - Academic advising - Also provides referrals to GED and ESL programs Weld CountyEducational Opportunity CenterEducational Opportunity Center
    Colorado Heart Healthy Solutions - Tri-County Health DepartmentCommunity Health Workers (CHWs) test blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and weight at no cost to the patient. The CHWs can guide patients looking to improve their health to medical clinics and healthy living programs in their area.Arapahoe CountyE 14 Pl - Tri-County Health DepartmentTri-County Health Department
    Colorado Housing Connects - Brothers RedevelopmentProvides housing navigation for Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson and El Paso county residents for the following: Homeowners: - Reverse mortgages - Finding and purchasing affordable housing - Assistance with housing discrimination - Falling behind on payments Renters: - Becoming a homeowner - Colorado tenant/landlord laws and rights - Tenant/Landlord dispute resolution - Xcel energy assistance (as funds are available) and referral - Facing eviction - Information on affordable housing - Emergency and transitional housing Seniors and Persons with Disabilities: - Locating senior or disabled housing in Metro Denver - Finding home repair services and/or modifications for accessibility and safety - Reverse mortgages - Avoiding displacement - Assistance with housing discrimination Denver CountyEaton St - Brothers RedevelopmentBrothers Redevelopment
    Colorado Respite Coalition (Jefferson) - Easterseals ColoradoThe Colorado Respite Coalition is a network of families and community partners. Services and programs include: - Online respite locator - Assisting individuals searching for respite - Advocacy - Financial assistance to families and agencies - Regional coalitions - Training and education - Information and referrals to community resourcesJefferson CountyJefferson - Easterseals ColoradoEasterseals Colorado
    Colorado Training Providers - College In ColoradoOffers a search engine for Colorado vocational training providers. Users can find online programs of study such as technical certificates, apprenticeships, and four-year degrees. The site is hosted through a partnership between the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and Department of Higher Education.Denver CountyCollege In ColoradoCollege In Colorado
    Community Information and Referral (Recreation, Wellness and Senior Services) - Broomfield Health and Human ServicesThe Broomfield Senior Center offers information and referrals for programs such as: - Respite services - Senior living facilities (independent, assisted, memory care, nursing) - Retirement communities - Subsidized independent living - Home health agenciesBroomfield CountyRecreation, Wellness and Senior Services - Broomfield Health and Human ServicesBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    Community Outreach Programs - Arc of Weld CountyCommunity Outreach Programs include: - Educational Trainings - Pool Party - 500Film Festival - Families in Action Retreat - Northern Colorado Respite Coalition - Project Illumination Education Program - Bully Prevention Poster Contest - Summer Community Events Weld CountyArc of Weld CountyArc of Weld County
    Community Resources (Broadway St) - Colorado Coalition for the HomelessOffers advocacy to individuals in the following ways: - Application assistance for permanent housing, benefits, permanent resident cards - Short-term case management - Referrals to community treatment programs - Payeeship referrals - Basic hygiene products - Advocacy Denver CountyBroadway St - Colorado Coalition for the HomelessColorado Coalition for the Homeless
    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 - ESL (English as a Second Language) 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
    Comprehensive Housing Counseling (Main Office) - Northeast Denver Housing CenterProvides one-on-one counseling sessions and workshops that educate consumers about: - Credit - Home Ownership - Reverse Mortgages (HECM) - Foreclosure Prevention - Information on Down Payment Assistance Programs - Spanish-Language Counseling Services - Energy Efficient/Healthy Homes Education and Assistance - Affordable Rental Housing Options and ReferralsDenver CountyMain Office - Northeast Denver Housing CenterNortheast Denver Housing Center
    Counseling - Senior Answers and ServicesAssists older adults and their families in finding appropriate services and information. Counseling services are also provided for Medicare and Medicaid information, including: - Advance or planning forms - Advocacy for benefits - General problem-solving Please note that these are counseling services only; financial assistance is NOT available.Denver CountySenior Answers and ServicesSenior Answers and Services
    Crisis Intervention and Anti-Violence Services - Survivors Organizing for LiberationOffers a 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, information and referrals, case management, victim advocacy, and court accompaniment. Emergency safe shelter also offered. Provides training, technical assistance, and education for community agencies, victim services providers, law enforcement, and LGBTQ organizations.Denver CountySurvivors Organizing for LiberationSurvivors Organizing for Liberation
    Customer Service Information Line - Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and FinancingProvides information about services and benefits for Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program), Child Health Plan Plus, and limited information on the Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP). Members can also find doctors and specialists that accept Medicaid and check the status of an application.Denver CountyColorado Department of Health Care Policy and FinancingColorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
    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
    Developmental Disability Services (Denver) - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Provides service coordination and resources for individuals with developmental disabilities, from birth through adulthood, in the Denver metro area. Also provides information on direct care (host homes, in-home care, and day programs) for adults with developmental disabilities in the Denver metro and Colorado Springs areas.Denver CountyDenver - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)
    Disability Advocacy and Services - Access and AbilityProvides, advocacy, training, referral and service coordination for people with disabilities and their families. Weld CountyAccess and AbilityAccess and Ability
    Disability Information & Referral - Rocky Mountain ADA CenterProvides referrals for disabled adults around resources for a variety of situations, including legal help. They do not have a list of lawyers.El Paso CountyRocky Mountain ADA CenterRocky Mountain ADA Center
    Disability/Medical Rehabilitation Information & Referral Services - The National Rehabilitation Information CenterProvide information and resources for disabilities and medical rehabilitation services.Out of StateThe National Rehabilitation Information CenterThe National Rehabilitation Information Center
    Disabled Adult Information & Referral Services - Independence CenterProvides information and referrals around local resources and community services for those with disabilities.El Paso CountyIndependence CenterIndependence Center
    Disabled Youth Information & Referral Services - Peak Parent CenterProvides information and referral services for disabled youth and their families.El Paso CountyPeak Parent CenterPeak Parent Center
    District Self Help Center (Bannock St - District and Probate Courts) - Second Judicial DistrictAssists individuals without attorneys with divorce, child custody and petitions to seal cases. Does not provide legal advice. Offers help with: - Locating and filling out forms - Understanding court procedures, rules, and terminology - Finding applicable statutes - Referrals to community resourcesDenver CountyBannock St - District and Probate CourtsSecond Judicial District
    Domestic Violence Services - Advocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project provides a variety of domestic violence services as well as promote healthy relationships through education, advocacy and empowerment. The following services are confidential. Services include: - 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 CountyConfidentialAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Domestic Violence Shelter Locator - Violence Free ColoradoProvides an interactive search tool to help domestic violence victims and professionals find all of the safe house and domestic violence shelter options for any area of Colorado, searchable by county: https://www.violencefreecolorado.org/find-help/programs-by-county/Denver CountyViolence Free ColoradoViolence Free Colorado
    Drop-In Center and Outreach Services for Youth (Stout St) - Urban PeakOffers a drop-in center for homeless youth ages 15 - 24 years old. Provides the following services: - Temporary daytime shelter - Hot breakfast served Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 10 a.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
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (All Saints Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAll Saints Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Annunciation Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAnnunciation Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Aurora Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededArapahoe CountyAurora Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Boulder Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededBoulder CountyBoulder Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Centro San Juan Diego Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyCentro San Juan Diego Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Denver Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyDenver Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Fort Collins Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and families with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 6 - Baby formula (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededLarimer CountyFort Collins Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Frisco Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededSummit CountyFrisco Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Holy Family Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyHoly Family Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Jefferson County Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededJefferson CountyJefferson County Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Families and Pregnant Women (Saint Francis de Sales Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountySaint Francis de Sales Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-in Center for Youth - Sox PlaceProvides a daytime drop-in center offering: - A hot meal - Snacks - Recreation - Internet access - Clothing - Personal hygiene items - Crisis intervention - Referrals to other resourcesDenver CountySox PlaceSox Place
    Drop-In Shelter for HIV Positive Individuals (Race St) - Colorado Visiting Nurse AssociationThe HOPE program offers a drop-in shelter to HIV positive or questioning, homeless individuals. Provides assistance with hot meals, medication adherence, education and referrals to resources such as housing. Additional services available after becoming a client.Denver CountyRace St - Colorado Visiting Nurse AssociationColorado Visiting Nurse Association
    Educational Support Services for the Blind and Deaf - Described and Captioned Media ProgramProvides services designed to support and improve the academic achievement of K-12 students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind. These services include: - On-demand described and captioned educational videos - Information related to educational media access - Internet resources related to accessibility. There are no user registration or service fees.Out of StateDescribed and Captioned Media ProgramDescribed and Captioned Media Program
    Education and Information - Children's Tumor FoundationSponsors scientific research into neurofibromatosis and provides patient education, public education programs, and information and referrals to qualified professionals regarding neurofibromatosis.Out of StateChildren's Tumor FoundationChildren's Tumor Foundation
    Education Support - TRiO Educational Opportunity Center or TRiO EOCOffers free assistance with financial aid applications, admissions applications, scholarship searches, career counseling, student loan default rehabilitation, referral to GED classes, and/or referral to other agencies for low income and first generation college bound students.Pueblo CountyTrio Educational Opportunity CenterTRiO Educational Opportunity Center or TRiO EOC
    Eldercare Locator - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Local)The Eldercare Locator is a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging. The Eldercare Locator connects older Americans and their caregivers with sources of information on senior services. The service links those who need assistance with state and local area agencies on aging and community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers.Denver CountyU.S. Department of Health & Human ServicesU.S. Department of Health & Human Services
    Elders Program - Denver Indian CenterThe Elders Program seeks to enhance the lives of AI/AN elders by providing them with the opportunity to socialize with their peers and receive information about resources designed to benefit them.Denver CountyDenver Indian CenterDenver Indian Center
    Elderwatch (Denver) - AARP ColoradoEnsures that no older adults are not financially exploited; services offered include the following: - Education and outreach - Data collection, - Assistance with reviewing documents Denver CountyDenver - AARP ColoradoAARP Colorado
    Emergency and Basic Needs - Denver Inner City ParishProvides basic necessities at the front desk including: - Information about community resources - Mail, phone, computer resource room - Free books - Diapers, hygiene items - Home reduction kits - VI-SPDAT administration Denver CountyDenver Inner City ParishDenver Inner City Parish
    Emergency Assistance - Salvation Army / Brush UnitEmergency Assistance for those in need.Morgan CountySalvation Army / Brush UnitSalvation Army Brush Unit
    Employment Services - St Francis CenterProvides services to former offenders and helps disadvantaged, hardworking people overcome barriers, and rebuild self-sufficiency, confidence, and pride with a focus on reintegration. Drop in services include: - Computers with internet access, e-mail, and resume programs - Bus tickets (employment purposes only) - Job Leads - Resume assistance - Referrals to other agencies - Work tools/footwear - Driver's License vouchersDenver County14th Ave - St Francis CenterSt Francis Center
    Epilepsy Resources - Epilepsy Foundation of ColoradoProvides information and referrals, support groups, community-based education, and a summer camp specifically for children living with epilepsy.Pueblo CountyEpilepsy FoundationEpilepsy Foundation of Colorado
    Eviction Defense Helpline - Colorado Affordable Legal ServicesProvides free legal information regarding tenant rights and related housing information; legal representation based on a sliding scale fee. The Housing Eviction Legal Program (HELP) helpline can provide: - Dispute resolution information - Referrals for legal assistance - Access to alternative housing - Homeless intervention by providing tools for people to use when facing eviction, harassment, domestic violence or financial issues in renting.Denver CountyColorado Affordable Legal ServicesColorado Affordable Legal Services
    Family Planning Clinic Locator (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides information on finding low-cost family planning clinics throughout the state. Clinics can provide: - Birth control information and supplies, including long-acting reversible contraception (e.g., IUDs and implants) - Pregnancy testing and counseling - Screening for sexually transmitted infections and HIV - Physical exams for women and men - Cervical, breast and testicular cancer screening - Health education and counseling, including information regarding abstinence - Basic infertility services - Referrals to other health and social services No direct patient care provided at this location.Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Family Support - Ability Connection ColoradoProvides the following support services for children and young adults with mental health issues (brain disorders): - Support groups - Education classes - Resources for parents and familiesDenver CountyAbility Connection ColoradoAbility Connection Colorado
    Family Support - Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of ColoradoProvides the following assistance for families facing the challenges of Prader-Willi Syndrome: - Information - Scholarships for treatment beyond a family’s means or not covered by medical insurance - Social gatherings - Individualized Education Plan support - Multidisciplinary clinic held every other month at Children's HospitalDenver CountyPrader-Willi Syndrome Association of ColoradoPrader-Willi Syndrome Association of Colorado
    Family Support Program - Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Provides help to individuals who are facing a crisis or unable to afford their basic needs. The goal is to help clients realize their strengths and gain self-sufficiency. In addition to providing mortgage, rent, and utility assistance to qualifying clients, the following types of assistance are provided: - One-on-one budgeting education - Connecting clients to resources for employment, housing, domestic violence, medical, and more - Family goal-setting - Assistance with higher education or obtaining GEDs - Money saving tips to lower energy bills - Loan modifications on mortgages - Partial payment assistance with urgent dental, vision, or upcoming medical procedures Summit CountyFamily and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
    Family Support Services - Grand Family CoalitionProvides grandfamilies (grandparents and other relatives raising kin) with supportive services including: - "HUG's" Peer Support Groups - One-on-One Peer Mentorship - Family-Oriented Social Events - Educational Classes and Speakers - Teen Youth Group (Minor Pulse) - Youth Mentor and Activity Programs - Information and Referral to Support ServicesLarimer CountyGrand Family CoalitionGrand Family Coalition
    Financial Counseling - SERVE 6.8 Resource CenterProvides financial counseling, as well as appointments for legal aid and career exploration, to families and individuals to help address barriers and get connected to resources.Larimer CountySERVE 6.8 Resource CenterSERVE 6.8 Resource Center
    Financial/Material Assistance and Community Referrals - Holy Ghost Social Ministry OfficeProvides the following assistance: - Financial assistance for vital records (Birth certificates within the 50 states; other sovereign states call for more information) - Colorado ID cards - Driver's licenses, commercial driver's licenses, and permits must prove scheduled appointments or motor vehicle records - Socks - Hats and gloves (October - April; when available) - Personal care items (soap, razors, shampoo, toothbrushes, etc.) - Financial assistance for work tools (must provide verification of employment) Referrals are available for: - Food banks - Food lines - Shelters - Mental health assistance - Clothing banks - Medical services - ShowersDenver CountyHoly Ghost Social Ministry OfficeHoly Ghost Social Ministry Office
    Food and Emergency Financial Assistance - Carbon Help CenterProvides one-time financial assistance for the following needs: - Rent assistance - Utility assistance - Car repairs Also offers a food pantry accessible once per month; nonperishable food donations are accepted. Individuals can also call to learn more about volunteer opportunities. Weld CountyCarbon Valley Help CenterCarbon Valley Help Center
    Food Assistance Referrals - Morgan County Family CenterProvides referrals to locations for emergency food assistance throughout Morgan County. Referral locations include: Food Bank of the Rockies – Mobile Pantry Serves Morgan County Residents 718 Ellsworth Street Brush (Fairgrounds) 4th Wednesday of the Month 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Contact: Lisa Northup (970) 542-3530 x1552 *TEFAP provided Brush United Methodist Church Serves Brush, Snyder & Hillrose Residents 1701 Edmunds Street Brush Thursdays 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Contact: Alyce Carter (970) 867-3339 *TEFAP & CSFP (Senior Boxes) provided Rising Up Serves Fort Morgan Residents 527 State Street, Fort Morgan By Appointment Contact: Pam Hernandez (970) 370-8880 *CSFP (Senior Boxes) provided Kids At Their Best Serves Wiggins, Log Lane & Weldon Valley Please call for distribution dates/times Contact: Jodi Walker (970) 380-7721 *TEFAP & CSFP (Senior Boxes) providedMorgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    Food Resource Hotline - Hunger Free ColoradoOffers a bi-lingual toll-free statewide resource to help people in locating food assistance programs. Referral information includes: - Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) - Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) - The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) - Food pantries - Soup kitchens - Congregate meals - Women Infant & Children (WIC) application assistance - Food Stamp application assistance (change reports and redeterminations can be completed over the phone) - Meals on Wheels - Holiday basket locationsDenver CountyHunger Free ColoradoHunger Free Colorado
    General Assistance - Colfax Community NetworkProvides the following services for low-income individuals and families: - Food, diapers and hygiene products - Connections to housing - Supportive counseling - Referrals to community resourcesArapahoe CountyColfax Community NetworkColfax Community Network
    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
    General Assistance - Morgan County Family CenterProvides general assistance. Services include: - Emergency rent payment assistance (once per year) - Emergency electric, gas, and water payment assistance - Prescription payment assistance (once per year) - Parenting information and referrals - Child care referrals and education - New child care provider trainings - Certified application assistance site (Medicaid, CHP+ enrollment) - "Dollars Works 2" personal finance workshops - "Getting Ahead In A Just Getting By World" 15 week class on ending poverty - "Partners in Parenting" - Community Garden Program - Mentor Volunteer Program - Colorado Driver's License and ID Vouchers - Colorado Birth Certificate VouchersMorgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    General Assistance - Senior Assistance CenterProvides the following services: - Computers with printer and phone available - Reduced-fare RTD passes (65+ only) - Dress for Success referrals - Free library - Emergency Utility Assistance in times of hardship - Budgeting Assistance - including affordable living options - Application assistance for ERC, CARE and LEAP - Emergency food and supplies - Free items tableDenver CountySenior Assistance CenterSenior Assistance Center
    GIVE Center - Denver Human Services (DHS)Uses volunteer resource navigators to connect underprivileged individuals and families in crisis to necessary essentials such as: - 10 emergency diapers and wipes once every 90 days - Five hygiene items every month (e.g., shampoo, soap) - Fee waivers for basic Colorado identification documents (i.e., no Drivers' Licenses) and Colorado birth certificates - Clothing, depending on availability Also provides information and referrals to community resources such as: - Shelter/housing resources - Utility and rent assistance - Hot meal sites - Food banks - Re-entry service providers - Baby and prenatal resources - Senior support - Disability - Mental health - Clothing - Legal aidDenver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (Larimer County) - Colorado State University ExtensionProvides a website for grandparents who have taken on the role of primary caregiver for their grandchildren that includes the following resources: - Education - Legal - Parenting concerns - Statewide support groupsLarimer CountyLarimer County - Colorado State University ExtensionColorado State University Extension
    Grief Services (Administration) - TRU Community CareProvides free resources for all individuals in the community at every stage in the grief process. Grief counselors are available to provide phone consultations, referrals, suggest articles and other materials, and provide on-site support in schools and other organizations in traumatic situations. Families whose loved one received TRU’s services have the additional benefit of 13 months of one-on-one or family grief counseling.Boulder CountyAdministration - TRU Community CareTRU Community Care
    Health Advisor - St. Mary-Corwin Medical CenterProvides information about doctors, medical facilities, services and education throughout Southern Colorado. A wide variety of topical health information is also available.Pueblo CountySt. Mary-Corwin Medical CenterSt. Mary-Corwin Medical Center
    Health Benefit Navigation - Benefits in ActionAids individuals in understanding what health-related benefits are available to them, navigating them through the application process, and educating them on how to get the most out of their benefits. Benefits in Action program works primarily with the following assistance programs: - Medicaid - Medicare - Connect for Health - SNAP (Food Assistance) Jefferson CountyBenefits in ActionBenefits in Action
    Healthcare Literacy - Senior Answers and ServicesOffers an outreach program to help senior communities learn the correct language for accessing services in the following: - Medicare - Colorado Benefits - Social SecurityDenver CountySenior Answers and ServicesSenior Answers and Services
    Health Navigators - Center for African American HealthConnects individuals to resources and service providers in the following areas: - Health Insurance information - Housing - Food and clothing - Parent Education and support services - Transportation, etc. Denver CountyCenter for African American HealthCenter for African American Health
    Heart Health Wellness Program - Clear Creek County Department of Public HealthThe Colorado Heart Healthy Solutions Program provides Community Health Workers (CHWs) that test blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and weight at no cost to the patient. The CHWs can guide patients looking to improve their health to medical clinics and healthy living programs in their area.Clear Creek CountyClear Creek County Department of Public HealthClear Creek County Department of Public Health
    HIV - AIDS Support (E 14th Pl) - Tri-County Health DepartmentProvides free and confidential services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS, including the following services: - blood draws for confirmatory testing (CD4 and viral load counts) - referrals to community resources and support services - assistance with financial assistance applications - assistance understanding lab results and treatment plansArapahoe CountyE 14 Pl - Tri-County Health DepartmentTri-County Health Department
    Home Health Care Locator (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides an online tool to identify: - Medical agencies that provide services by licensed or certified health care practitioners, such as nurses, occupational therapists and respiratory therapists. - Non-medical agencies that provide personal care services that assist with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, toileting and, in some cases, housekeeping.Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Homeless Youth Services - Posada of PuebloProvides a support services, offering comprehensive case management and the following services for Youth: - housing counseling - life skills - education and employment assistance - legal services - transportation assistance - mental health and substance abuse counseling - haircuts - shower and laundry vouchers Youth only - affordable housing - emergency shelter - mail and message service - referrals to local agenciesPueblo CountyPosada of PuebloPosada of Pueblo
    Homeownership Hotline - HERO AllianceProvides homeownership counseling and information and referrals for individuals with disabilities including: - Home loan programs - Down-payment assistance - Section 8 home-ownership - Accessibility modifications and credit counseling referrals Also provides educational seminars on homeownership.Jefferson CountyHERO AllianceHERO Alliance
    Housing and Benefits Application Assistance Services - Center for Independence, Western SlopeProvides housing location assistance, nursing home transition, case management, benefit advocacy and application assistance. Housing Services: - Assist the consumer in finding possible housing leads. - Assist the consumer in completing paperwork or applications if needed due to the consumer's disability. - Advocate on behalf of the consumer in an effort to resolve landlord/tenant issues. Assist the consumer in understanding their rights/responsibilities as a tenant. - Assist a consumer in finding possible housing options when being discharged from a hospital. - Assist consumers in finding possible housing options and supports when an individual wishes to move from a nursing home back to the community. - Work with a consumer to help prevent the possibility of a nursing home placement. - Assist a consumer in finding possible funding for durable medical or other equipment which would help them to remain independent in their chosen housing environment. - Assisting the consumer in finding vendors who can do home modifications. - Answer questions about the ADA, Fair Housing, Service Animals, Therapy Animals and Companion Animals. Assistance with applying for any Federal or State Benefit program Benefit Services: - Social Security (SSI) - Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) - Medicare, Medicaid, Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF/Colorado Works) - Food Stamps (SNAP), Section 8 Housing Vouchers, Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Montrose County245 S CASCADE AVECenter for Independence, Western Slope
    Housing and Benefits Application Assistance Services - Center for Independence, Western SlopeProvides housing location assistance, nursing home transition, case management, benefit advocacy and application assistance. Housing Services: - Assist the consumer in finding possible housing leads - Assist the consumer in completing paperwork or applications if needed due to the consumer's disability - Advocate on behalf of the consumer in an effort to resolve landlord/tenant issues. Assist the consumer in understanding their rights/responsibilities as a tenant - Assist a consumer in finding possible housing options when being discharged from a hospital - Assist consumers in finding possible housing options and supports when an individual wishes to move from a nursing home back to the community - Work with a consumer to help prevent the possibility of a nursing home placement - Assist a consumer in finding possible funding for durable medical or other equipment which would help them to remain independent in their chosen housing environment - Assisting the consumer in finding vendors who can do home modifications - Answer questions about the ADA, Fair Housing, Service Animals, Therapy Animals and Companion Animals. Assistance with applying for any Federal or State Benefit program Benefit Services: - Social Security (SSI) - Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) - Medicare, Medicaid, Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF/Colorado Works) - Food Stamps (SNAP), Section 8 Housing Vouchers, Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Mesa County740 GUNNISON AVECenter for Independence, Western Slope
    Housing and Benefits Application Assistance Services - Center for Independence, Western SlopeProvides housing location assistance, nursing home transition, case management, benefit advocacy and application assistance. Housing Services: - Assist the consumer in finding possible housing leads. - Assist the consumer in completing paperwork or applications if needed due to the consumer's disability. - Advocate on behalf of the consumer in an effort to resolve landlord/tenant issues. Assist the consumer in understanding their rights/responsibilities as a tenant. - Assist a consumer in finding possible housing options when being discharged from a hospital. - Assist consumers in finding possible housing options and supports when an individual wishes to move from a nursing home back to the community. - Work with a consumer to help prevent the possibility of a nursing home placement. - Assist a consumer in finding possible funding for durable medical or other equipment which would help them to remain independent in their chosen housing environment. - Assisting the consumer in finding vendors who can do home modifications. - Answer questions about the ADA, Fair Housing, Service Animals, Therapy Animals and Companion Animals. Assistance with applying for any Federal or State Benefit program Benefit Services: - Social Security (SSI) - Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) - Medicare, Medicaid, Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF/Colorado Works) - Food Stamps (SNAP), Section 8 Housing Vouchers, Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) PLEASE NOTE We are not an emergency services organization. We do not have housing of our own nor do we have funds for rent, security deposits or other emergency situations. We are not a legal agency and cannot give legal advice.Garfield County823 BLAKE STCenter for Independence, Western Slope
    Huntington's Support - Huntington's Disease Society of AmericaProvides services for individuals affected by Huntington's Disease including: - Placement assistance - Financial planning - Resources - Monthly support groups - Counseling for individuals and their families - In-service trainings for nursing home staff - Community education - Genetic testing program - Information and referralJefferson CountyHuntington's Disease Society of America Rocky MountainHuntington's Disease Society of America Rocky Mountain
    Immigrants and Receiving Community Programs - OneMorgan CountyProvides opportunities for immigrants and receiving community members to learn more about each other and integrate in American life by providing: - First generation academic mentoring - Conversational language sessions - Individualized assistance - Community safety education sessions - Cultural immersion programs - Intercultural communication trainings - Citizenship classes through an accredited partner agency Call for details on class dates, times and locations. Morgan CountyOneMorgan CountyOneMorgan County
    Incontinence Information & Referral Services - The Simon Foundation for ContinenceProvides education as well as resource information for those with loss of bladder and bowel control.Out of StateThe Simon Foundation for ContinenceThe Simon Foundation for Continence
    Independent Living Services - Southwest Center for IndependenceIndependent Living Specialist assist those living with a disability with referrals and advocacy for independent living. Services: - Individual & systems advocacy - Assessments for assistive technology & home modifications - Visual Impairment assistive technology - Independent living skills training - Classes & workshops - Nursing home diversion - Transition from restrictive environments to those that are less restrictive (from high school, parent's home, nursing homes, jail) Support groups, peer support and advocacy is also available for independent living skills support. Groups and services include but are not limited to: - Brain injury support group - Multiple Sclerosis support group - Visual Impairment support group - Physical Disability support group - Socialization/Peer support group - Recreational activities - Civic involvement within the community Group meetings days and times vary. Support group types are subject to change. Call or check the agency's online calendar for more information.La Plata County3473 MAIN AVESouthwest Center for Independence
    Independent Living Services - Southwest Center for IndependenceIndependent Living Specialist assist those living with a disability with referrals and advocacy for independent living. Services: - Individual & systems advocacy - Assessments for assistive technology & home modifications - Visual Impairment assistive technology - Independent living skills training - Classes & workshops - Nursing home diversion - Transition from restrictive environments to those that are less restrictive (from high school, parent's home, nursing homes, jail) Support groups, peer support and advocacy is also available for independent living skills support. Groups and services include but are not limited to: - Brain injury support group - Multiple Sclerosis support group - Visual Impairment support group - Physical Disability support group - Socialization/Peer support group - Recreational activities - Civic involvement within the community Group meetings days and times vary. Support group types are subject to change. Call or check the agency's online calendar for more information. Montezuma County432 N BROADWAYSouthwest Center for Independence
    Information and Referral - Boulder County Area Agency on AgingOffers information, referral, and options counseling services to seniors over 60 and adults living with a disability who need information about long-term services and supports, or assistance accessing those services.Boulder CountyBoulder County Area Agency on AgingBoulder County Area Agency on Aging
    Information and Referral (Evergreen) - Seniors' Resource CenterProvides information and referral for those living in Jefferson County and the mountain regions of Park, Clear Creek, and Gilpin Counties.Jefferson CountyEvergreen - Seniors' Resource CenterSeniors' Resource Center
    Information and Referral for Seniors (9025 Grant St) - Senior HubOffers information and referrals, assistance with paper forms (e.g., food stamp applications), and education on using the Blue Book to locate housing information.Adams County9025 Grant St - Senior HubSenior Hub
    Information and Referral Hotline (Main Office) - Family TreeProvides information and referrals to the Prevention and Housing Services Program at Family Tree, following an initial assessment. Also provides referrals to emergency shelters and housing programs for individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, as well as agencies that provide the following services: - Food - Clothing - Dental care - Transportation - Access to public assistance - Legal issues - Substance abuse - Holiday assistance - Domestic violence support - Emergency shelterJefferson CountyMain Office - Family TreeFamily Tree
    Information and Referral - Rocky Mountain Crisis PartnersMaintains a mental health/substance abuse referral database accessible to anyone from the website. Community members may review services available from their homes or call Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners for more information.Denver CountyRocky Mountain Crisis PartnersRocky Mountain Crisis Partners
    Information and Referral (Senior Services) - City of LongmontOffers information, referrals, and assistance for adults ages 55 and older and caregivers of older adults. Also provides information and assistance in locating housing for older people, including independent living, assisted living, and nursing homes for both affordable and private pay options.Boulder CountySenior Services - City of LongmontCity of Longmont
    Information and Referral - Senior Support ServicesAssists seniors who are 55 and over in locating appropriate services available at the service center and in the community.Denver CountySenior Support ServicesSenior Support Services
    Information and Referral (Wheat Ridge) - Seniors' Resource CenterProvides information and referrals for health care services, including dental and eyeglasses. Health care services are not directly provided by Seniors' Resource Center.Denver CountyWheat Ridge - Seniors' Resource CenterSeniors' Resource Center
    Information and Support - Mothers ConnectionOffers an online resource to help pregnant women and parenting women find treatment centers for addiction issues in various locations. Information on the website includes the following links: - FAQ - Find Help Near You - For You (Explaining the program and what to expect) - How it works Also provides resources and information for professionals working with women in the addiction treatment field.Denver CountyMothers ConnectionMothers Connection
    Information - Liver Health ConnectionProvides information and support to people with Hepatitis C and their families. Programs include: - telephone consultation - information and referrals - testing - newsletters - patient information kits - educational seminars - training sessions for health care professionals and interested groups. Hepatitis-C Testing is free and confidential.Denver CountyLiver Health ConnectionLiver Health Connection
    Information Services - Denver Office of Public Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentProvides information about the housing assistance programs funded by HUD, referrals to the housing authorities in the areas in which they live, and referrals to other departments within HUD. HUD staff is most knowledgeable about the Housing Choice Voucher Program (also known as "Section 8") and the Low-Rent Public Housing Program. HUD does not provide direct assistance.Denver CountyDenver Office of Public Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentDenver Office of Public Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Job Survival Helpline - 9to5 ColoradoProvides a job survival helpline with information on legal rights and strategies to win fair treatment in the workplace, on topics such as: - Sexual Harassment - Workplace Discrimination - Family Medical Leave - Part-time and temp worker issues - Unemployment - Childcare - Welfare - Voting Rights - Housing Denver County9to5 Colorado9to5 Colorado
    Juvenile Self-Help Center (W Colfax Ave - Juvenile Court) - Second Judicial DistrictAssists the public in filing actions related to juvenile cases such as adoption, child custody, and expungement. Does not provide legal advice. Offers help with: - Locating and filling out forms - Understanding court procedures, rules, and terminology - Finding applicable statutes - Referrals to community resourcesDenver CountyW Colfax Ave - Juvenile CourtSecond Judicial District
    Kinship Caregiver Program (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 activities Denver CountyE Smith Rd - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities
    La Fuerza de la Mujer (The Strength of a Woman) - Latina SafeHouseProvides referrals for adult education, job services, financial literacy, legal support, and victims' rights education through a collaboration with existing service providers. The focus is on ensuring support and moving toward independence and self-sufficiency.Denver CountyLatina SafeHouse - Support Group/Support ServicesLatina SafeHouse
    Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development Department - Colorado Workforce CenterProvides a wide array of employment and training services, including: - Job search consultations (i.e., resume review, job search tips, regional labor market information, current wage information, referrals to training and education resources, and extensive services for individuals with barriers to employment) - Resource lab for job searches (i.e., equipment, job search documents, etc.) - Job search workshops on resume writing, interviewing, accessing the hidden job market - Information on job fairs, hiring events, and special eventsLarimer CountyLarimer County Workforce Center (Loveland) - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentColorado Department of Labor and Employment
    LGBT Information & Referral Services - Springs EqualityProvides information services for the LGBT community. Provides LGBT resource information, as well as an LGBT friendly business directory online.El Paso CountySprings EqualitySprings Equality
    Men's Health Services (Women's Health at Boulder) - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterOffers men’s health services include: - Care for general sexual health concerns - Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) - Birth control consultations and supplies - No-scalpel vasectomies - Male infertility referrals - Colon cancer screenings - Decision counseling for an unexpected pregnancy Services are available at both the Boulder and Longmont centers.Boulder CountyWomen's Health at Boulder - Boulder Valley Women's Health CenterBoulder Valley Women's Health Center
    Mental Health Support Services for Families (Denver County) - Federation of Families for Children's Mental HealthSupports families of youth who have emotional, behavioral, and mental health disorders by offering: - Family advocacy and support - Training and education - Referrals to resources and services Jefferson CountyDenver County - Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health Colorado ChapterFederation of Families for Children's Mental Health Colorado Chapter
    Mental Health Support Services for Families (Larimer County) - Federation of Families for Children's Mental HealthSupports families of youth who have emotional, behavioral, and mental health disorders by offering: - Family advocacy and support - Training and education - Referrals to resources and services Larimer CountyLarimer County - Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health Colorado ChapterFederation of Families for Children's Mental Health Colorado Chapter
    Migrant Education, Support, and Assistance - Centennial Board of Cooperating Educational Services (BOCES)Provides supplemental and support services to eligible students to assist in ensuring that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment. Ensures that children of migratory farm workers have access to the same free, appropriate public school education that is provided to other children. Seeks to remove barriers to school enrollment, attendance, and achievement of migrant children. Program includes: - Collaboration to help families communicate with teachers, administrators and school staff - Support in enrolling children in school and helping them succeed - Assistance in understanding school policy, requirements and forms - School supplies and books when available - Registration costs for students to attend conferences, workshops, and trainings - Medical, dental and mental health care as available - Family events such as the Outstanding Migrant Students and High School Graduation Celebration, Spring and Summer Youth Leadership Institutes and the Christmas Fiestas. - Parent involvement opportunities such as training at local parent meetings on assisting children with homework, understanding school policies and procedures - Eligibility for free meals at school - Information and referral to community agencies that provide assistance with food, clothing, health, dental, legal issues, housing, employment, and other social services - Participation in the Binational Migrant Education Program (BMEP). BMEP provides coordination between schools in the U.S. and Mexico to help binational students enroll in school and accrue credits for school work completed in each country. Program provides students their grades, so they may enroll in school when they return to Mexico and have their credits accepted and an appropriate educational placement made. This document is also used for students returning to the United States from Mexico to assist in their educational placement. - Access to the National Migrant Education Hotline (1-800.234.8848) provides educational assistance to migrant farm worker children.Weld CountyCentennial Board of Cooperating Educational Services (BOCES)Centennial Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)
    Military Information & Referral - Peak Military Care NetworkProvides specialized information and referral services, as well as follow up services, for service members, veterans and their families. This program primarily serves El Paso County, but can assist those in any part of Colorado.El Paso CountyPeak Military Care NetworkPeak Military Care Network
    Military & Veteran Information & Referral Services - VFW National Home for ChildrenThe Helpline is staffed by caring professionals who understand the unique challenges faced by military families today. This free service offers information, creates connections and gives hope to struggling families, wherever they are. The Helpline also serves as the first step to moving to the National Home.Out of StateVFW National Home for Children ServicesVFW National Home for Children
    Mood Disorder Information & Referral Services (Colorado Springs) - Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceProvides information and resources around mood disorders. Also provides community outreach around mood disorders.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Depression & Bipolar Support AllianceDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    Multiple Sclerosis Information & Referral Services (Colorado Springs) - Multiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern ColoradoProvides information and referral services for individuals newly diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and their families, or those facing changes in their disease. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Multiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern ColoradoMultiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern Colorado
    Multiple Sclerosis Support Services - National Multiple Sclerosis Society Colorado-Wyoming ChapterProvides programs, services education and support to help individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis improve their quality of life. Services include: - Counseling - Care management - Peer support - Support groups - Health and wellness programs - Social and recreational programs - Limited financial assistance for MS related needs such as utility bills - Information and referral - Volunteer support - Practical and financial assistance - Educational ResourcesDenver CountyNational Multiple Sclerosis Society Colorado-Wyoming ChapterNational Multiple Sclerosis Society Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
    Myalgic Encephalmyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Information & Referral Services - Wisconsin Myalgic Encephalmyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome AssociationProvides information and support to patients diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalmyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and their families. The Association is dedicated to assisting patients & their families with ME/CFS & other neurological auto-immune disorders as well as Lyme disease.Out of StateWisconsin Myalgic Encephalmyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome AssociationWisconsin Myalgic Encephalmyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association
    National Insurance Consumer Helpline - Insurance Info. InstituteTools available on the website www.iii.org to find out information on life insurance, home owner or renter insurance, financial planning, auto insurance and small business insurance.Out of StateNo Physical AddressInsurance Information Institute
    Neurofibromatosis Information and Support Group - Children's Tumor Foundation (Colorado Chapter)Offers a support group to persons affected by neurofibromatosis as well as information and referrals, which can be provided in-person, by mail, or by phone. Also provides new patient information at the neurofibromatosis clinic at Children's Hospital.Denver CountyChildren's Tumor Foundation (Colorado Chapter)Children's Tumor Foundation (Colorado Chapter)
    Newborn Network Support for New Parents - Family Development CenterProvides parenting education and support for families with infants and toddlers in Routt County through the following: - Support groups - Lending Library - Parenting information and referrals to community resources - Home visits - Warm line - Parents as Teachers - Bright by ThreeRoutt CountyFamily Development CenterFamily Development Center
    Non-Medical In-Home Care for Seniors - Home Instead Senior CareProvides non-medical services including, but not limited to: - Meal preparation, diet and food monitoring - Light housekeeping, laundry and ironing - Companionship and conversation - Accompany to religious services and entertainment - Errands and appointments - Medication reminders - Personal care - Assistance with pet care - Foot care (circulation check, and foot education) - Referrals to physicians and other community services as needed Jefferson CountyHome Instead Senior CareHome Instead Senior Care
    Office On Aging - Agency for Human Rights and Community PartnershipsAdvocates for senior citizens 55 and older regarding concerns affecting them by offering information and referrals.Denver CountyAgency for Human Rights and Community PartnershipsAgency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships
    Online Food Bank Search Tool (FBR Warehouse) - Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR)Offers an online search tool to find closest Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR) location based on zip code.Denver CountyFBR Warehouse - Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR)Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR)
    Opportunity/Drop In Services Center - CitySquare DenverProvides a food pantry, public restrooms, computer access, mail services, lockers, and referrals to community resources to anyone in need. In addition, the following agencies visit once a week: - Recycle Bicycles (Lottery begins at 12 p.m. on Thursday) - Denver Human Services (On site every Tuesday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.)Denver CountyCitySquare DenverCitySquare Denver
    Options and Benefits Counseling - Mesa County Aging and Disability Resources of ColoradoOptions counselors provide information and support to adults over 60 and adults over 18 with a disability and their family members as they explore their options for long term supports and services. Options Counseling is person centered and explores all options, including public assistance and private pay.Mesa County510 29 1/2 RoadMesa County Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado
    Outreach and Referrals - Eagle View Adult CenterAssists seniors with the following: - Completing forms - Applying for programs - Finding services - Medicare counseling Adams CountyEagle View Adult CenterEagle View Adult Center
    Outreach Program/WestcliffeProviding individual advocacy for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Meetings are once a week, on Fridays from 10am-1pm at the Hanssen Haus in Westcliffe. This program serves Fremont and Custer county. If you have been assaulted, please know that whatever you did to survive the assault was the right action. No matter what the circumstances, no one deserves to be victimized. It was NOT your fault.Custer CountyOutreach Program/WestcliffeFamily Crisis Services, Inc.
    Paralysis Resource Center - Christopher Reeve FoundationPromotes the health and well-being of people living with paralysis and their families by providing comprehensive information and referrals to resources.Out of StateChristopher Reeve FoundationChristopher Reeve Foundation
    Parent Support - Ability Connection ColoradoParent to Parent of Colorado connects families of children and adults with disabilities or special health care needs to provide information and emotional support including: - 24 hour/7 days a week/ 365 days a year, online support group - Private, Spanish language Facebook group - Matching with a trained support parent - Information and referrals in English and SpanishDenver CountyAbility Connection ColoradoAbility Connection Colorado
    Physical, Speech, and Occupational Therapy Locator (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides an online tool to identify physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology providers.Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Pregnancy Counseling Services - Colorado Christian ServicesOffers the following free and confidential services: - Pregnancy counseling - Support group - Adoption information - Parenting information - Medical care information/referrals - Housing referralsArapahoe CountyColorado Christian ServicesColorado Christian Services
    Pregnancy Information and Support (Aurora) - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterProvides free and confidential services for men and women faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Offices are located in Aurora, Castle Rock, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton and a Mobile Clinic. Free and confidential services include: - 24-hour helpline - Pregnancy tests - Options counseling - Ultrasound - STD testing and treatment - Adoption resources and referrals - Medical and dental referrals - Sexual risk avoidance and education - Abortion pill reversal - Counseling after abortion - Men's support Adams CountyAurora - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterAlternatives Pregnancy Center
    Pregnancy Information and Support (Castle Rock) - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterProvides free and confidential services for men and women faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Offices are located in Aurora, Castle Rock, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton and a Mobile Clinic. Free and confidential services include: - 24-hour helpline - Pregnancy tests - Options counseling - Ultrasound - STD testing and treatment - Adoption resources and referrals - Medical and dental referrals - Sexual risk avoidance and education - Abortion pill reversal - Counseling after abortion - Men's support Douglas CountyCastle Rock - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterAlternatives Pregnancy Center
    Pregnancy Information and Support (Denver) - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterProvides free and confidential services for men and women faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Offices are located in Aurora, Castle Rock, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton and a Mobile Clinic. Free and confidential services include: - 24-hour helpline - Pregnancy tests - Options counseling - Ultrasound - STD testing and treatment - Adoption resources and referrals - Medical and dental referrals - Sexual risk avoidance and education - Abortion pill reversal - Counseling after abortion - Men's support Adams CountyDenver - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterAlternatives Pregnancy Center
    Pregnancy Information and Support (Lakewood) - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterProvides free and confidential services for men and women faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Offices are located in Aurora, Castle Rock, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton and a Mobile Clinic. Free and confidential services include: - 24-hour helpline - Pregnancy tests - Options counseling - Ultrasound - STD testing and treatment - Adoption resources and referrals - Medical and dental referrals - Sexual risk avoidance and education - Abortion pill reversal - Counseling after abortion - Men's support Jefferson CountyLakewood - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterAlternatives Pregnancy Center
    Pregnancy Information and Support (Littleton) - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterProvides free and confidential services for men and women faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Offices are located in Aurora, Castle Rock, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton and a Mobile Clinic. Free and confidential services include: - 24-hour helpline - Pregnancy tests - Options counseling - Ultrasound - STD testing and treatment - Adoption resources and referrals - Medical and dental referrals - Sexual risk avoidance and education - Abortion pill reversal - Counseling after abortion - Men's support Arapahoe CountyLittleton - Alternatives Pregnancy CenterAlternatives Pregnancy Center
    Pregnancy Services - National Life CenterThe Pregnancy Hotline connects callers to 1st Way Life Centers across the country that provide: - Free pregnancy testing - Referrals for medical, legal and adoption services - Practical and emotional support to women to support them through difficult pregnancy situations - Assistance with clothing, formula, and diapersOut of StateNational Life CenterNational Life Center
    Pregnancy & Sexual Health Services - Resource Center Pregnancy & STD SupportResource Center for Pregnancy & Personal Health is a medical clinic providing confidential support for individuals making critical decisions regarding pregnancy and sexual health. Offers the following services: - Pregnancy Tests and Advisement - Limited Ultrasound - STD Testing/Treatment - Abortion Pill Reversal - Abortion InformationWeld CountyResource Center Pregnancy & STD SupportResource Center Pregnancy & STD Support
    Prenatal Information & Referral Services - Peak Vista Community Health CentersProvides information and referral services to women expecting a baby. Assists with referrals for medical care, insurance, car seats, behavioral health, infant items, breastfeeding, etc.El Paso CountyHealth Center at Printers Parkway - Peak Vista Community Health CentersPeak Vista Community Health Centers
    Probate Self Help Center (Bannock St - District and Probate Courts) - Second Judicial DistrictAssists the public in filing probate actions including guardianships, decedent’s estate actions, and conservatorships. Does not provide legal advice. Offers help with: - Locating and filling out forms - Understanding court procedures, rules, and terminology - Finding applicable statutes - Referrals to community resourcesDenver CountyBannock St - District and Probate CourtsSecond Judicial District
    Referrals and Financial Assistance - Love INC of the Yampa ValleyOffers temporary financial assistance on a case-by-case basis to individuals in need. Referrals are also provided for the following: - Rent - Utilities - Medical expenses - Crisis intervention and other needsMoffat CountyLove INC of the Yampa ValleyLove INC of the Yampa Valley
    Reproductive Health Care (Cortez) - Planned Parenthood of the Rocky MountainsOffers community education, health services, decision-making assistance, and information and referral regarding family planning to men and women. Available services at this location include: - Abortion Referrals - Birth Control - HIV Testing - LGBT Services - Men's Health Care - Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception) - Pregnancy Testing and Services - STD Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines - Women's Health Care Walk in service is available for emergency contraception (aka the morning after pill). All other services by appointment.Montezuma County20 W NORTH STPlanned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
    Reproductive Health Care (Durango) - Planned Parenthood of the Rocky MountainsOffers community education, health services, decision-making assistance, and information and referral regarding family planning to men and women. Available services at this location include: - Abortion Referral - Birth Control - HIV Testing - LGBT Services - Men's Health Care - Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception) - Pregnancy Testing and Services - STD Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines - Women's Health Care Walk in service is available for emergency contraception (aka the morning after pill). All other services by appointment. No clinician is available on Wednesday.La Plata County46 SUTTLE STPlanned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
    Resource Coordination - Morgan County Interagency Oversight GroupFact Conference coordinates community resources for children and families who are multi-system involved or at-risk of becoming multi-system involved. Morgan CountyMorgan County Interagency Oversight GroupMorgan County Interagency Oversight Group
    Resource Desk - Grand Valley Peace and JusticeProvides assistance with resume writing, job searches, housing resources, and food assistance.Mesa County740 Gunnison AvenueGrand Valley Peace and Justice
    Resource Website - RemergProvides a website of resources curated specifically for the justice-involved population in Colorado.Denver CountyRemergRemerg
    Respite Resources and Information - Easterseals ColoradoAssists in bringing together service provider agencies, community members, and family members whose goal is to improve the quality of respite resources for all of Northern Colorado. Provides respite resources, information and referrals to support family caregivers accessing respite services. Also operates programs to further increase respite access and awareness across the state, serving all ages and all special healthcare needs.Weld CountyNorthern Colorado Respite Coalition / Easterseals ColoradoEasterseals Colorado
    Retinal Disease Information & Referral Services - The Foundation Fighting BlindnessOffers information and referral services for those living with retinal diseases.Out of StateThe Foundation Fighting BlindnessThe Foundation Fighting Blindness
    Rett Syndrome Information & Support (Out of State) - Rettsyndrome.orgProvides free education and support for families with children diagnosed with Rett Syndrome. Register online for support services or call for more information.Out of StateRett Syndrome Information & Support (Out of State) - Rettsyndrome.orgRettsyndrome.org
    Reunification, Parenting Classes, Information and Referral - Denver Indian Family Resource CenterProvides a range of services, including: - Reunification support for families involved in the child welfare system - Resource and referral (e.g., utility assistance, baby items, clothing, housing and legal referrals) - Parenting classes - Advocates for the Indian Child Welfare ActDenver CountyDenver Indian Family Resource CenterDenver Indian Family Resource Center
    Self Help (Grand County) - 14th Judicial DistrictAssists individuals not represented by an attorney in acquiring information about how to file, pursue, or respond to a civil (non-criminal) matter or case. The Program Coordinator helps the public with following: - General questions - Information - Resources - Forms instructions related to most civil matters - Educates individuals on state statutes, rules, policies and procedures that may be applicableGrand CountyGrand County - 14th Judicial District14th Judicial District
    Self Help (Moffat County) - 14th Judicial DistrictAssists individuals not represented by an attorney in acquiring information about how to file, pursue, or respond to a civil (non-criminal) matter or case. The Program Coordinator helps the public with following: - General questions - Information - Resources - Forms instructions related to most civil matters - Educates individuals on state statutes, rules, policies and procedures that may be applicableMoffat CountyMoffat County - 14th Judicial District14th Judicial District
    Self Help (Routt County) - 14th Judicial DistrictAssists individuals not represented by an attorney in acquiring information about how to file, pursue, or respond to a civil (non-criminal) matter or case. The Program Coordinator helps the public with following: - General questions - Information - Resources - Forms instructions related to most civil matters - Educates individuals on state statutes, rules, policies and procedures that may be applicableRoutt CountyRoutt County - 14th Judicial District14th Judicial District
    Senior and Caregiver Resources (South Datura Street) - City of LittletonThe Aging Well Resource Center provides individuals over 50 and caregivers with referrals for services such as: - Caregiver support - Senior living options - In home assistance - Medicare and Medicaid - Transportation - Food - Physical, mental, dental health - More Also offers a monthly informational session with coffee.Arapahoe CountySouth Datura Street - City of LittletonCity of Littleton
    Senior Information and Referral - Routt County Council on AgingProvides information and referral about senior issues and services to residents of Routt County.Routt CountyRoutt County Council on AgingRoutt County Council on Aging
    Senior Information & Assistance Center - Pikes Peak Area Agency on AgingProvides information and referral services to seniors and their caregivers. Also creates and distributes the Senior Information and Assistance Directory (Yellow Book). El Paso CountyPikes Peak Area Agency on AgingPikes Peak Area Agency on Aging
    Senior Information & Referral Services - Fountain Valley Senior CenterProvides information and referral services for seniors living in 80902, 80911, 80913, 80925, 80931, 80808, 80817, 80831, 80833, 80864, and parts of 80906.El Paso CountyFountain Valley Senior CenterFountain Valley Senior Center
    Senior Information & Referral Services - Park County Senior CoalitionProvides information and referral services for seniors age 60+ living in Park county.Park CountyPark County Senior CoalitionPark County Senior Coalition
    Senior Information & Referral Services - Teller Senior CoalitionProvides information and referral services for seniors age 60+.Teller CountyTeller Senior CoalitionTeller Senior Coalition
    Senior Outreach - Senior Answers and ServicesProvides Latino Outreach for seniors for the following: - Benefits Assistance - Advance directive counseling - Community resourcesDenver CountySenior Answers and ServicesSenior Answers and Services
    Senior Resources (East) - Boulder Senior ServicesProvides the following to seniors and their caregivers: - Case consultation - Assessments - Information and referrals to community resources - A peer volunteer program - Extracurricular and enrichment activities for adults - A variety of support groups for older adults and caregiversBoulder CountyEast - Boulder Senior ServicesBoulder Senior Services
    Senior Resources (West) - Boulder Senior ServicesProvides the following to seniors and their caregivers: - Case consultation - Assessments - Information and referrals to community resources - A peer volunteer program - Extracurricular and enrichment activities for adults - A variety of support groups for older adults and caregiversBoulder CountyWest - Boulder Senior ServicesBoulder Senior Services
    Senior Services - Brothers RedevelopmentAging in Place provides Senior Service Coordinators who advocate and coordinate services for seniors residing in the Denver Metro area. Primary aim is to connect vulnerable seniors to benefits and valuable resources that allow them to live independently for as long and safely possible. Senior Service Coordinators will screen for benefits and connect seniors with services such as: - Application assistance for Medicaid/Medicare - Affordable housing search - Durable medical equipment loan closets - Financial assistance for hearing aids, dentures and eyeglasses - Food banks and food delivery services - Free companion care/housekeeping - Home and Community-Based Services - Low-cost telephone and internet services - Low-vision resources Denver CountyEaton St - Brothers RedevelopmentBrothers Redevelopment
    Senior Services (Community and Senior Center) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesOffers a wide range of activities, programs, and services for seniors in the community, including: - Monday night dinners - Tuesday and Thursday lunches - Computer classes - Indoor/outdoor activities and monthly trips - Legal assistance - Resources for senior care and caregiver respite support - Home health and in-home assistance - Meal delivery - General and medical transportation - Timberline adult day servicesSummit CountyCommunity and Senior Center - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    Senior Services (Fort Collins) - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyProvides general assistance to seniors 60 and older during home visits to help them live independently by offering the following: - Home and health care coordination - Medicaid and Medicare forms assistance - Resource referral - Recreation, support, and social activities applications - In-home case management services - Translation and interpretation for Spanish-speaking seniors - Friendly visitor companionship and assistance with household duties - Referrals for medical equipment - Financial management assistanceLarimer CountyFort Collins - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyCatholic Charities Larimer County
    Senior Services (Fort Lupton) - Catholic Charities Weld CountyServes senior citizens (age 55+) across Weld County. Catholic Charities Senior Services helps older adults maintain safe, quality and independent living. We assist those older adults to age in place with dignity and respect. Services include: - Case management - Assistance with benefits applications - Advocacy with community providers - Reconnection with community supports For caregivers, we offer: - Respite services - Connection with respite services - Support for taking care of their elder loved one - Connection with community providers Weld CountyFort Lupton - Catholic Charities Weld CountyCatholic Charities Weld County
    Senior Services (Greeley) - Catholic Charities (Weld County)Serves senior citizens (age 60+) across Weld County, helping them remain safe and independent in their own homes. Services provided include: - Case Management - Advocacy - Benefit Forms Assistance - Case Management - Home Visits - Information and Referrals - Group and Educational Materials - Translation/Interpretation Services - Commodities & Emergency Food Boxes to the Homebound - Health and Safety Assessments Weld CountyGreeley - Catholic Charities Weld CountyCatholic Charities Weld County
    Senior Services (Loveland) - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyProvides general assistance to seniors 55 and older during home visits to help them live independently by offering the following: - Home and health care coordination - Medicaid and Medicare forms Assistance - Resource referral - Recreation, support, and social activities applications - In-home case management services - Translation and interpretation for Spanish-speaking seniors - Friendly visitor companionship and assistance with household duties - Referrals for medical equipment - Financial management assistanceLarimer CountyLoveland - Catholic Charities Larimer CountyCatholic Charities Larimer County
    Senior Support Services - Center on ColfaxCapitol Hill Care Link connects adults ages 60 and older residing in Capitol Hill to comprehensive services, programs, and resources needed to thrive at home for as long as possible. Also provides free application assistance for LEAP and the Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit Rebate.Denver CountyCenter on ColfaxCenter on Colfax
    Senior's Wellness Clinic - Pueblo StepupOffers 11 free wellness clinics with teams of volunteer health professionals providing health education on medications and nutrition, follow up referrals, and health screenings for basic wellness including: - height and weight - blood pressure - blood sugar - pulse - pulse oximetry Clinic locations vary.Pueblo CountyWellness Clinics for SeniorsPueblo Stepup
    Services - The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern ColoradoProvides educational and community navigation services to newcomers and others in Northern Colorado. Services include: - English as a Second Language (ESL) - Citizenship Navigation - Economic Stability Education - Health and Nutrition - Community Outreach - Driver Training - Case Management - GED Preparation/Tutoring - Women's Advocacy/Empowerment - Mental Health Services - Limited Immigration Law CounselingWeld CountyThe Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern ColoradoThe Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado
    Sexual Assault Support and Prevention - S.A.R.A. (Sexual Assault Response Advocates)Provides the following sexual assault and advocacy services for victims of all ages: - Confidential, trauma-informed advocacy - Forensic interviewing - Forensic medical examinations - Trauma-focused therapy - Culturally-specific and language-accessible outreach and advocacy - Community Education - Multi-disciplinary team coordination - Help Line (24 hours/7 days a week) - Referral of victims and their non-offending family members to mental health and other community services - Temporary shelter for homeless teenage girls Morgan CountyS.A.R.A. (Sexual Assault Response Advocates)S.A.R.A. (Sexual Assault Response Advocates)
    Sexuality Information & Referral Services - Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.Provides accurate information and education around sexuality and provides resources around sexual and reproductive health services.Out of StateSexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.
    Social Security Assistance (Weld) - US Government Social Security AdministrationDelivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. Benefits Offered: - Retirement - Disability - Medicare - Survivors - Supplemental Security Income - Retirement Estimator - After Incarceration - Appeal a Decision - Benefits Planner - Benefits Outside the U.S. - Check Application or Appeal Status - Potential Entitlement - Spouses - Children - Children with Disabilities - Ticket to Work Weld CountyWeld / US Government Social Security AdministrationUS Government Social Security Administration
    Social Services - Salvation Army (Weld County)Provides the following emergency services to eligible individuals and families, as supplies are available: Does not offer rental assistance: - Bus Passes (when available) - Emergency Food Box - Emergency Diapers - Hygiene Packets - Blankets and Laundry Soap (when available) - Clothing Vouchers for Greeley Interfaith Clothing Bank - Utility Assistance (heat and electric when available) - Youth Development Programs - Christian Ministry - Food & Nutrition Programs - Visitation Services *Utility Assistance (Heat and Electric). Funds are limited.Weld CountySalvation Army (Weld County)Salvation Army (Weld County)
    Spinal Bifida Resources & Referrrals (Denver) - Spina Bifida Association of AmericaThe Spina Bifida Association serves adults and children who live with the challenges of Spina Bifida. There is a Colorado Chapter located in Denver that serves the state of Colorado. This office assists with direct financial support for medical expenses not covered by insurance, resources and referrals, playgroups, support groups, mentorship, and more.Denver CountyDenver - Spina Bifida AssociationSpinal Bifida Association
    Stroke Education - Rocky Mountain Stroke CenterInformation and resources are provided on stroke prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, care giving issues, and stroke support groups.Arapahoe CountyRocky Mountain Stroke CenterRocky Mountain Stroke Center
    Stroke Information and Referral - National Stroke AssociationProvides a wide range of free educational materials and information for the stroke community, including but not limited to: - treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation information - referrals to agencies and support groups - workshops and professional educationArapahoe CountyNational Stroke AssociationNational Stroke Association
    Sturge-Weber Syndrome Information & Referral Services - Sturge-Weber FoundationProvides information and support to individuals and families affected by Sturge-Weber Syndrome, educates the public about Sturge-Weber Syndrome, and facilitates research. Also provides help to families with Klippel-Trenaunay and Port Wine Stains.Out of StateSturge-Weber FoundationSturge-Weber Foundation
    Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration - U.S. Department of Health & Human ServicesProvides assistance with finding treatment and support for those struggling with mental illness and substance abuse concerns.Out of StateSubstance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration - U.S. Department of Health & Human ServicesU.S. Department of Health & Human Services
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome - Pueblo Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides follow-up, information/education, referrals to families, extended families, and others when a SIDS death occurs. Coordinates services with the Colorado SIDS Center and provides educational presentations on SIDS upon request.Pueblo CountyPueblo Department of Public Health and EnvironmentPueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
    Support for Transgender Individuals - It Takes a VillageTransAction provides assistance with housing, health care, substance abuse, HIV care and testing, makeup and clothing on a one-on-one basis for the transgender community.Arapahoe CountyIt Takes a VillageIt Takes A Village
    Supportive Services for Homeless - Posada of PuebloProvides a support services, offering comprehensive case management and the following services: - housing counseling - life skills - education and employment assistance - legal services - transportation assistance - mental health and substance abuse counseling - haircuts - shower and laundry vouchers Youth only - affordable housing - emergency shelter - mail and message service - referrals to local agenciesPueblo CountyPosada of PuebloPosada of Pueblo
    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
    Support Services for Injured Service Members & Veterans (Colorado Springs) - Wounded Warrior ProjectProvides programs and services for veterans and service members who incurred physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military services on or after September 11, 2001. Programs include a combat stress recovery program, veteran peer support, Military family and caregiver support, health programs, employment programs, longer term support programs, and more.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Wounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project
    Support Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault - Open Heart AdvocatesProvides confidential crisis intervention and emotional support to all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating violence, human trafficking and other victims of crime and trauma. Support services provided include the following: - 24 hours/7 days a week crisis hotline and counseling - Information and referrals - Protective Order assistance and safety planning - Personal advocacy and support - Judicial advocacy - Follow-up counseling - Community education and prevention services - Teen violence prevention programMoffat CountyOpen Heart AdvocatesOpen Heart Advocates
    Support Services for Youth (Stout St) - Urban PeakOffers education, employment, and behavioral health services to youth ages 15 - 24 who are experiencing homelessness. Staff assists with the following: - High school enrollment - On-site GED prep classes five days a week - Employment counseling - Job Readiness Training (including resume/cover letter development, interviewing skills, computer training, conflict resolution, communication, and goal setting) - Mental health and substance abuse assistance are available through referrals to partner agenciesDenver CountyStout St - Urban PeakUrban Peak
    Support Services - Prairie Family CenterProvides programs to support families. Offered programs include: - Nurturing Parenting Classes - Youth Exercise Programs - Weekly Senior Exercise Classes - Cooking Classes for Kids, Teens, Families and Adults - Thrift Store - Food Pantry and Personal Grooming Supplies - Resource and Referral - Senior Commodities AssistanceKit Carson CountyPrairie Family CenterPrairie Family Center
    Support Services (Senior Services) - City of LongmontSupport services for older adults and caregivers of older persons are offered, including: - Counseling/emotional support, including one-on-one counseling - Couples counseling - Grief support groups - Adjusting to Life's Changes Support Group - Caregiver support groups - Caregiver education programs - One-on-one caregiver consultations - Family meetings - Information about and referrals to resources - Assistance in accessing resources - Money Management Program - Early state dementia social program - Low vision supportBoulder CountySenior Services - City of LongmontCity of Longmont
    Support Services - Spina Bifida Association of ColoradoOffers a variety of services to children and adults with Spina Bifida, including: - Scholarships for seminars, camps, and recreational activities - Limited direct financial assistance to families with membership (maximum $500 for items and services not covered by insurance) - Referrals for families to services that can recycle their wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and other equipment their children have outgrown or no longer useDenver CountySpina Bifida Association of ColoradoSpina Bifida Association of Colorado
    Transportation Information and Assistance Center - Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC)Provides phone consultations on transportation for individuals who call for assistance as well as the Getting There Guide; a transportation resource guide for the Denver metro area. Denver CountyDenver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC)Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC)
    Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling - Adoption OptionsProvides options-based pregnancy counseling and case management services to all women experiencing unexpected pregnancies; no matter the stage of pregnancy. Services are free and provided 24/7 for unplanned pregnancy support by phone, text and in-person. Birth parent counselors serve as advocates to support mothers with making the best plan for themselves and their child. Denver CountyAdoption OptionsAdoption Options
    Utility Bill Assistance (HEAT-HELP Line) - Energy Outreach ColoradoProvides funding to a statewide network of community agencies that assist low-income Coloradans with all types of energy bills. Each nonprofit agency that provides financial assistance to pay for gas and electric bills has its own intake procedures and requirements. Denver CountyEnergy Outreach ColoradoEnergy Outreach Colorado
    Veteran Directed Home and Community Based Service - Aging and Disability Resources of ColoradoVeteran Directed Home and Community Based Services provides services and supports in the home and communities of eligible veterans. This self-directed program allows Veterans’ choice control, flexibility and freedom in planning their own services and supports. They can hire family and friends if they choose and pay them a fair wage. They may also purchase goods which contribute to their established care.Mesa County510 29 1/2 RoadMesa County Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado
    Veteran Services - Denver Human Services (DHS)Assists Veterans and surviving dependents with their applications for federal VA benefits, including but not limited to: - VA Services - Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities - Pension - Aid and Attendance - Dependent benefits - Survival benefits - Burial benefits for Veterans of Active Duty, Reserves, National Guard, and family members Provides assessments and referrals to partner agencies to meet a wide array of service needs, including but not limited to: - Shelter - Housing - Food banks - Education and training - Legal services - Public benefits - Rental/deposit assistance - Counseling/mental health services Also provides employment development services, including but not limitedDenver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Veteran's Services - Logan County GovernmentAssists United States Veterans with benefits paperwork and helps to connect veterans with services.Logan CountyLogan County GovernmentLogan County Government
    Victim Advocacy - Advocates for Victims of AssaultProvides 24-hour crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma. Services include the following: - Crisis line available 24 hours/7 days a week - Emergency shelter for women, children, and men - Legal advocacy - Information and referral to community agencies On-call advocates are available in person and over the phone 24 hours/7 days a week, 365 days a year.Summit CountyAdvocates for Victims of AssaultAdvocates for Victims of Assault
    Weatherization - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Information CenterThe Weatherization Assistance Program enables low-income families to permanently reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient.Out of StateEnergy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Information CenterEnergy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Information Center
    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
    Workforce Center (E 14th Pl) - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentAurora Works Workforce Center provides the following assistance for job seekers: - Computers, internet access, etc. for job searches - WIOA program - Resume assistance - ESL classes - Information and referralsArapahoe CountyE 14th Pl - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentColorado Department of Labor and Employment
    Workforce Center (Larimer County Workforce Center (Fort Collins))Provides a wide array of employment and training services, including: - Job search consultations (i.e., resume review, job search tips, regional labor market information, current wage information, referrals to training and education resources and services for individuals with barriers to employment - Resource lab for job searches (i.e., equipment, job search documents, etc.) - Job search workshops on resume writing, interviewing, accessing the hidden job market - Referral services to partner agencies and community-based health and human services agencies - Information on job fairs, hiring events, and special eventsLarimer CountyLarimer County Workforce Center (Fort Collins) - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentColorado Department of Labor and Employment
    Workforce Center (N Chambers Rd) - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentAurora Workforce and Business Center provides employment services, including but not limited to: - Job postings - Career coaching - Access to computers, phones, etc. for job searches - Resume assistance - Job fair information - Programs for Veterans, migrant farm-workers, youth and adults (WIOA) - Vocational rehabilitation appointments and referrals - Information for ex-offenders - Workshops (resumes, cover letters, interviewing, computer basics, parenting, nutrition, money management, etc.) - Community resource referralsAdams CountyN Chambers Rd - Colorado Department of Labor and EmploymentColorado Department of Labor and Employment
    Youth Services - Center on ColfaxRainbow Alley is a drop-in center designed to support GLBT youth and their allies ages 12 - 21 years. Providing the following services: - STI and HIV testing - Counseling and referrals - Youth-lead events and activities - Life resources Youth who access the facility are welcome to use free services which includes: - Medical clinic - Computer lab - Library - Kitchen - Open hangout spaceDenver CountyCenter on ColfaxCenter on Colfax

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