Address:501 5th AveLongmont, CO 80501Map & Directions
Services: Emergency financial assistance, shelter, case-managementProfessional caseworkers and trained volunteers provide emergency food, transportation, utilities, furniture, minor medical prescriptions, referrals for emergency shelter, and homeless-prevention help, including rent and utility assistance. Specific programs include:Childcare Center Licensed child care facility. OUR Child Care Center is the only licensed child care facility in Longmont offering a variety of scholarships that are accessible and affordable to all income levels. We serve children six weeks to six years.Infant, Toddler, and Preschool children enjoy warm, inviting classroom environments and outdoor play areas with developmentally appropriate practices that support school readiness.Developmental activities include gross motor and fine motor, language and reading, math and science, sensory, art, music, and social/emotional activities which help each child develop to his or her greatest potential. Program is open to anyone in the St. Vrain Valley School District with children ages 6 weeks to 6 years. Availble on sliding scale and +CCAP. Sixty openings total. Contact for more information about volunteer opportunities. Located at 501 5th Ave Longmont CO 80501. Clothing Bank Open Mon, Weds, Fr 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Located at 50 E Rogers Rd Longmont CO 80501Daily Hot Meals Free breakfast and hot lunch. Located at 250 3rd Avenue, open Mon-Fri, 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Day Shelter Offers basic resources, hot meals and showers and referrals to services to homeless and near homeless adults. The Day Shelter is a multi-service program for homeless adults and those persons living in marginal situations. It provides clients with the following services: daily meal, emergency food, clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, transportation, personal care options (hygiene items, showers, and laundry), mail service, voicemail accounts, other basic survival resources, and referrals to related services such as job services, public assistance, and health care.When appropriate, assistance with obtaining identification will be provided. They offer confidentiality, respect, understanding, honesty, timeliness, and supportive advice.Located 250 3rd Ave Longmont CO 85011, hours are 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.Food Bank Available to those in need who have obtained food vouchers from OUR intake process. Contact for more information. Warming Shelter A building for the transient to stay warm when the weather is cold. The Warming Center is designed to prevent risk to persons from freezing temperatures. The Warming Center opens when the weather is forecast to be wet and 30 degrees or at subzero or the wind chill factor below zero. Three staff members are on the coordinating team. Volunteers who have received extensive training in boundary setting, mental health and substance abuse issues, safety, CPR and first aid assist. No families.
Address:3400 BroadwayBoulder, CO 80304Map & Directions
Services: Division of Boulder county provides low-income residents w/ housing and financial assistance as well as access to human services Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services aims to promote self-sufficiency and to enhance dignity and self-worth of residents of Boulder County and beyond. The Housing Division helps foster the availability of quality, affordable housing and related services for lower income residents, while the Human Services Division provides basic economic assistance and human services to preserve and improve the quality of life for families and individuals.
Hours: Open interviews for services every weekday 8:00AM-11:00AM and 1:00PM-3:00PM
Address:1575 Yarmouth AveBoulder, CO 80304Map & Directions
Hours: People coming for food must arrive before 4:00PM
Address:3482 BroadwayBoulder, CO 80304Map & Directions
Services: Collection of programs and services directed towards low-income, youth, elders, disabled and minority citizens.The Boulder County Community Services Department is made up of six major divisions and three large programs.There are also many other programs among the divisions.Each division provides services and programs aimed primarily toward low-income youth, elders, disabled, and minority citizens of Boulder County.
Address:460 Linden Center DrPOB 2262Fort Collins, CO 80524Map & Directions
Services: Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Denver: Larimer County OperationsCatholic Charitiesoffices' in Fort Collins and Loveland serve thousands of men, women, and families in Larimer County each year. The organization serves people regardless of age, faith, race, or social status. Catholic Charities is dedicated to meeting the challenges that confront families and individuals in the community. Their mission is:As the charitable arm of the Archdiocese of Denver, and inspired by God's love and compassion, Catholic Charities extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to the poor and those in need. Ministries include The Mission Hostel of Hospitality, a shelter for people experiencing homelessness, a Hospitality Kitchen that serves daily lunches and weekend breakfasts to the community, Emergency Assistance programs that provide help with utilities, prescriptions, bus passes, and identification cards, Senior assistance programs that include case management, a Transitional Housing program for veterans, and a Day shelter Program.
Eligibility: Will vary according to program or service. Call 970-484-5010 for more information.
Address:655 Aspen Ridge DrLafayette, CO 80026Map & Directions
Services: Emergency financial assistance. Food Bank. Thrift store.Comprehensive basic needs assistance center whose services include assistance with food, rent, utilities, transportation, medical and other basic needs.
Hours: Food bank runs from 1 PM to 6 PM Mon-Thurs, 9 AM-4:30 PM Fri; Thrift Store is open 10 AM-6PM, Mon-Fri.
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Address:1400 Dixon AveLafayetteLafayette, CO 80026Map & Directions
Services: Autism Spectrum Disorder Program Support program for those w/ Autism and families. Eligibility is fora person has a diagnosis, defined in DSM-IV as Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS, Rett's Disorder, or Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, determined and signed by a licensed psychiatrist, physician, or psychologist who specializes in autism spectrum disorders. The person is at least three years of age and less than 22 years of age. The person is living at home with his or her parents or guardian. The person is not eligible for or receiving other services funded by the Colorado Division for Developmental Disabilities through Imagine! (Persons with autism who have intellectual deficits are often already eligible for Imagine! services funded by the State of Colorado). The person lives in Boulder County. Individuals will be placed on the Program waitlist based on date and time registration is received. A confirmation of receipt of registration will be emailed to the family. A current email address, phone number and mailing address should be kept on record with the Imagine! ASD Program Coordinator. Supporting documentation of medical diagnosis should be mailed or faxed to the ASD Program Coordinator is required. 20 individuals are enrolled each July.Services Can Include:# Behavior therapy, planning and intervention for social and emotional support.# Family-Recruited Providers who follow social integration or behavior support plans.# Social integration activities.# Speech therapy.# Occupational therapy.# Psychological, psychiatric, and other services from licensed professionals.# Physical therapy.# Therapeutic recreation activities including therapeutic summer camps.# Remedial tutoring.# Alternative Intervention Therapies Behavioral Health Services Comprehensive mental health and behavioral supports. Eligible for Medicaid, Medicare and private pay recipients living in Boulder and Broomfield counties who also qualify for developmental disability supports. Documents required: Personal data form. Financial form. Release of information form. Consent for Behavioral Therapy. All can be found on the website. They utilize a team approach to provide comprehensive mental health and behavioral health supports for individuals with pervasive developmental disabilities, acquired/traumatic brain injury, dual diagnosis, and cognitive issues related to aging. We offer a broad range of services including function-based treatment, skill acquisition, behavior reduction, social skills training, and verbal behavior training.Specialized Treatments includeGroup TherapyBrainspottingDialectical Behavioral Therapy Dayspring Early childhood specialist, occupational, physical and speech therapy.Family Services and Early Intervention Education and therapeutic services to help children, ages birth through two, with special needs. IDEA and Medicare Part C provider.
Eligibility: Varies according to program. See descriptions above, or call for more information.
Address:928 13th StGreeley, CO 80631Map & Directions
Services: The Greeley Interfaith Association (GIA) is made up of several faith communities and social service agencies which share information and opportunities for collaboration. Resource and referral information includes basic needs (food, shelter, medical care, employment), advocacy (legal and immigration services, health education) and volunteer opportunities (environmental cleanup, tutoring, and recreation leadership). Direct services that GIA provides are a clothing bank, layettes for newborn children, and financial/rental assistance.
Hours: The clothing bank operates 9 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Saturday. Contact for more information about administrative office hours.
Address:6 Garden CenterBroomfield, CO 80020Map & Directions
Services: Broomfield FISH offers assistance for Broomfield residents with foodasssistance, financial assistance for rent and utilities andfinancial assistance to residents seeking employment and in need of trnasportation to interviews.
Hours: Food orders end at 4 pm.
Address:10451 Huron StNorthglenn, CO 80234Map & Directions
Services: Crossroads Church South Campus Food Bank - Limited financial assistance is available from the benevolence fund. Applicants must live in specified zip codes. Help is limited to $100 in a twelve month period or $200 in a lifetime. The check is made out to the company you need to pay. We do not make checks out to individuals. We do not have cash.You need to bring the bill and a photo ID.
Eligibility: Must live in following zip codes 80030, 80031, 80221, 80229, 80233, 80234, 80241, and 80260. Adults Females Males