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Helpful Resources/Recursos Ayudables


Child Health Plan Plus
600 17 th Street, suite 710 in Denver
1-800- 359-1991

Aurora Mental Health Center

Family Support Line
303- 695-7996

Juvenile Assessment Center
Help with issues such as anger management, health and medical services, family services and many more.

The McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance
303 982 1144

Childcare Assistance program
303 604 1043 X2953

Rent Assistance (Motel)
Denver Human Services (eviction assistance)
720. 944. 2170

Aurora Interchurch
303 360 0260

303 355 4896

Salvation Army Family Services
303. 295. 3366

Samaritan House
303 294 0241

Clothing Assistance
Aurora Interchurch
303 360 0260

Denver Rescue Mission
303 313 2443

Volunteers of America
303 295 2165

Food Banks
Epworth Church
303 296 6287

Food Bank of the Rockies

Salvation Army Holiday Assistance
303 861 4833

Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance Centers
Providing a full-range of emergency services including food and clothing. Locations in Metro Denver and Northern Colorado. Call for an appointment. 

Denver Rescue Mission
The Denver Rescue Mission provides shelter, food, clothing, education, Christian teaching, and work discipline to meet individuals at their physical and spiritual points of need.

  Denver Urban Ministries
DENUM's Outreach Services provide the essentials of food, clothing, rent/utility assistance, infant items, and legal advice to enable those in crisis to reach a level of stabilization.

Emergency Family Assistance Association
Working in cooperation with other human service organizations, schools, congregations and local police departments, EFAA serves as the hub of a coordinated network of helpers in Boulder. EFAA provides food, financial assistance programs, emergency shelter and transitional housing programs 
Providing basic human services and enrichment programs
to low-income people using community resources in Centennial, Englewood, Glendale, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan and unincorporated Arapahoe County.

Metro CareRing
Metro CareRing is an emergency assistance service for those in need in Metro Denver. Counselors assist those in need with food, toiletries, RTD bus tokens for work&appointments, assistance with identification documents, utilities assistance, work supportive services such as tools and boots, and referrals to other agencies for services we do not offer. Clients may receive services once every 30 days.

Mile High United Way
The mission of the United Way is to unite and focus the community's resources to help people help themselves. The organization provides emergency assistance, including shelter, food, clothing, and affordable health care.
24 Hour Health & Services Hotline 211

Park Hill United Methodist Church
Helping people who are hospitalized, homebound, in care facilities, lonely or discouraged because of loss of job, health changes, grief issues, etc.

Salvation Army Intermountain Division
With heart to God and hand to man, The Salvation Army strives to meet the basic needs of all who come seeking help. Taking immediate care of the basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing and safety is an important first step in the development of a more positive and permanent change in the people they help.

Servicios de la Raza
This program handles “walk-ins” and crisis situations, offering a food and clothing bank. Focus is Latinos and Spanish-speaking.

Enabling low-income individuals and families to become economically self-sufficient and independent of government and community sponsored assistance for basic needs.

Volunteers of America
VOA serves the basic needs of the most vulnerable individuals and families in the community through 32 programs, each addressing three of the most basic needs: nutrition, housing and emergency services.

Women's Bean Project
Helping women break the cycle of poverty and unemployment. We teach workplace competencies for entry-level jobs through employment and by teaching job readiness and life skills in our gourmet food production business.





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