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    Taxonomy Code: DF-7020.3300

    Programs that provide financial assistance to help people pay fees associated with obtaining an identification card or replacing an identification card that has been lost or stolen in situations where they cannot otherwise afford one.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Basic Needs Assistance (First United Methodist Church) - Bridge HouseServes dinner Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at First United Methodist Church. Financial, medical, and housing services are also available during the community table dinners, including the following: - Assistance obtaining and purchasing prescriptions for clients (not including pain medications) - Limited dental assistance - Eyeglass prescriptions - Health insurance enrollment - Rent deposit and rental assistance - ID and birth certificate assistance - Bus fare and bus tokens - YMCA scholarship assistance - ARES thrift store clothing vouchers - Application assistance with SSI and SSDIBoulder CountyFirst United Methodist Church - Bridge HouseBridge House
    Basic Needs Assistance (Saint John's Episcopal Church) - Bridge HouseServes dinner on Friday evenings at Saint John's Episcopal Church. Financial, medical, and housing services are also available during the community table dinners, including the following: - Assistance obtaining and purchasing prescriptions for clients (not including pain medications) - Limited dental assistance - Eyeglass prescriptions - Health insurance enrollment - Rent deposit and rental assistance - ID and birth certificate assistance - Bus fare and bus tokens - YMCA scholarship assistance - ARES thrift store clothing vouchers - Application assistance with SSI and SSDIBoulder CountySaint John's Episcopal Church - Bridge HouseBridge House
    Documentation Assistance - Westside CaresWestside Cares provides assistance in obtaining photo ID and other supporting documents. A modest co-pay is required for this service. For those living West of I-25, South of the Air Force Academy, West of Teller County Line, North of Ft Carson 80904, 80905, 80906, 80907, 80909 80919, 80829El Paso CountyWestside CaresWestside Cares
    Drop-In Center for Families, Single Women, and Transgender Persons - Gathering PlaceServes as a daytime drop-in center for women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty or homelessness. Provides basic services such as: - Three daily meals - Emergency food and clothing - Hygiene supplies - Bathing and laundry facilities - Family area - Telephones - Mail - GED classes - Job readiness classes - Creative and technical writing groups - Art studio (The Card Project) - Physical and mental health services - Limited funds for Colorado IDs and birth certificates In addition, a Denver Department of Human Services (DHS) staff member is on site Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. to assist Denver County residents ONLY with rental assistance, deposit assistance, and family motel vouchers.Denver CountyGathering PlaceGathering Place
    Emergency Financial Assistance (Yarmouth Ave) - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)Provides financial assistance for bus tokens and minor medical expenses such as prescriptions. Funds are also available for other miscellaneous items such as birth certificates and ID cards.Boulder CountyYarmouth Ave - Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)
    Financial/Material Assistance and Community Referrals - Holy Ghost Social Ministry OfficeProvides the following: - Financial assistance for vital records (birth and death certificates), Colorado ID cards, driver's licenses, commercial driver's licenses, and permits - Diapers (when available) - Socks - Hats and gloves (October - April) - Personal care items (soap, razors, shampoo, toothbrushes, etc.) - Financial assistance for work tools (must have full-time regular 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
    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 CenterMorgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    General Assistance (W 14th Ave) - Action CenterOffers the following services: - Clothing, once every 30 days - Household items, personal hygiene items, diapers, wipes, other baby care items, as available - Food pantry, a five-day supply of emergency food, up to six times a year - ID and birth certificate vouchers - Mailbox, homeless individuals - Case management servicesJefferson CountyW 14th Ave - Action CenterAction Center
    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)
    ID and Birth Certificate Assistance (Denver) - Colorado Legal ServicesAssists low income individuals or seniors with ID and birth certificate needs, including but not limited to the following situations: - Cases with no supporting documents - Individuals with names that do not match birth certificates - Individuals whose public benefits or health care benefits are being denied due to lack of ID or birth certificate - Individuals who need a Driver's License as a form of ID (i.e., are not restoring a Driver's License due to violations) Also offers financial assistance to cover the cost of ID and birth certificates.Denver CountyDenver - Colorado Legal ServicesColorado Legal Services
    Identification Assistance - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities assists with those needing to acquire identification cards, driver's licenses, and birth certificates. Walk in on Mondays 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. to schedule an appointment for help with either an ID/Drivers license or birth certificate. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Identification Documents - Metro CaringOffers ID, Driver’s License, and Birth Certificate vouchers at no cost to clients. Metro Caring also offers out-of-state birth certificates. Vouchers for in-state documents are redeemable at Denver Vital Records, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and participating Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) locations.Denver CountyMetro CaringMetro Caring
    Identification Documents (Weld County)Colorado Identification & Birth Certificates. Agency network is able to handle all in-state ID, driver's license and birth certificate requests at no cost to clients.Weld CountyMetro CaringMetro Caring
    Legal Services (Fort Collins) - Colorado Legal ServicesOffers a range of civil legal services including advice, brief service, do-it-yourself clinics and full representation. Priority cases include: - Public benefits (unemployment compensation, Medicaid, Food Stamps, TANF, child care assistance, and Social Security disability benefits) - Housing (evictions, warranty of habitability, public housing and Section 8 issues, and utility shutoffs) - Family (divorce, custody and paternity cases with domestic violence, child endangerment, disability, or a language barrier) - Consumer (Chapter 7 bankruptcy, consumer rights, and collections) - Foreclosure and homeowners rights - ID vouchers for individuals who had a Colorado ID within the last 10 years - ID assistance (cases with no supporting documents, names that do not match birth certificates, cases where benefits are denied due to lack of IDs, and cases needing a Driver's License as a form of ID and are not restoring a Driver's License due to violations) - Senior law (donation based legal services for Larimer County residents age 60+ on legal issues related to Medicaid, public benefits, long term care, powers of attorney, general estate planning, landlord/tenant, and consumer issues)Larimer CountyFort Collins - Colorado Legal ServicesColorado Legal Services

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