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Servicios De La Raza

Address:
3131 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204

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(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 458-5851

Website:
http://serviciosdelaraza.org/

Services:
Community and human services center for low-income Latinos. These services are intended to assist low-income members of the community in overcoming the range of problems that result in a lack of resources and contribute to the perpetuation of the vicious cycle of poverty. At Servicios de la Raza we value:* The Latino culture, language & the diversity of our community. * The health of the whole individual: mental, physical, emotional & spiritual. * The importance of familia (family), both the nuclear and extended.* The freedom, rights & responsibility of the individual, families, and the community as a whole. Equally important, Servicios de Raza is also the primary referral channel for many human services agencies and institutions in the metro Denver region as they encounter Latino clientele. To serve these individuals, Servicios de la Raza is staffed with primarily Spanish speaking professionals. Mental Health ServicesServicios de Rasa offers bilingual low cost services for self pay clients. The agency is also a Medicaid provider for adults, adolescents, children, and families who need mental health services.


St. Vincent de Paul

Address:
2250 S Harrison St
Denver, CO 80210

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(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 960-9163

Website:
http://www.svdpden.org/

Services:
Typical services and support include but are not limited to food, clothing, furniture, assistance with medical costs, payment of rent-mortgages-some utilities-transportation, financial counseling, and job counseling & placement. The St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP) is a human services charity that provides a wide variety of services and support. There are 30 SVDP Conferences (chapters) in the Denver Area and based upon available resources each Conference decides what services and support it will provide. Typical services and support include but are not limited to food, clothing, furniture, assistance with medical costs, payment of rent-mortgages-some utilities-transportation, financial counseling, and job counseling & placement. It should be noted that not all Conferences provide all of these services. Cathedral Skyline Emergency food and food line. Located at 1530 Logan. Good Shepherd Offers limited rent and utility assistance and a food pantry for persons living in the parish boundaries. Call for more information and make sure you are eligible within the boundaries. If you are eligible you will be able to make an appointment for services. No walk-ins. Located at 1530 Logan. Notre Dame Provides assistance with medical prescriptions, rent, and utilities for low income persons living within parish boundaries. Eligible only for persons living west of Stuart Street, east of Wadsworth Boulevard, south of Florida Avenue, and north of Hampden Avenue. Call for more information and make sure you are eligible, living within the boundaries. If you are eligible you will be able to make an appointment for services. Hours are 9 AM to 4:30 PM. 5100 W Evans Ave. Our Lady of Grace Emergency funds for rent assistance, food, clothing, and a variety of other emergency services are available on an individual basis to low income persons living within the boundaries. Clients must live Alameda to Florida and Federal to Wadsworth. Call to verify you live in boundaries and for availability of funds. Hours are Tuesday (10 AM-1PM) or Friday (10 AM-11 AM). Located at 3801 W Ohio Ave. Saint Mary Magdalene Offers limited emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities and a food pantry to persons living in the parish boundaries. Clients must live east of Garrison Street, west of Irving Street, north of Colfax, south of 38th Ave. Contact for information about administrative office hours. Photo ID, proof of income and residency required. Located at 2771 Zenobia St. Saint Vincent de Paul Society The parish runs a thrift store offering low cost items including furniture, household goods, and clothing. Located at 6260 E Colfax.


A belief is not merely an idea the mind possesses; it is an idea that possesses the mind.

-- Robert Bolton

Rocky Mountain Communities

Address:
225 E 16th Ave
Ste 1060
Denver, CO 80203

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(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 863-8651

Website:
http://www.rockymountaincommunities.org/

Services:
Affordable housing in Denver Metro area.Rocky Mountain Communities, founded in 1992, is a non-profit organization that provides housing at about 20% below the market rate. They run seven properties in the state of Colorado, three of which are in the Denver Metro area. Housing applicants must prove they have a source of income or aid, as well as meet income restriction requirements.


Open Door Fellowship-Denver

Address:
1567 N Marion St
Denver, CO 80218

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(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 830-2201

Website:
http://www.odmdenver.org/index.html

Services:
Transitional housing, congregate meals, preschool, child care programs for Denver inner city residents. Open Door Ministries exists to provide practical help and hope to people in Denver's inner city who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. They provide transitional homes for young mothers and their children, as well as for single women who do not have children with them. They also provide a high-quality preschool, child care and before-and-after school program, primarily for children from families in poverty. In addition, they offer free weekly meals and provide a resource center that includes job skill training, counseling and food.


Family Promise of Greater Denver

Address:
W 5th Ave & Lipan St
Denver, CO 80204

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(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 675-0713

Website:
http://www.interfaithhospitality.org/index.htm

Services:
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) provides emergency shelter, meals and supportive services to homeless families in the Greater Denver area.Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Denver serves families only. We define family broadly- a minimum of a guardian with a child under 18. We do not serve individuals or couples without children. IHN operates two "rotations"; one in Denver, Arapahoe, and Northern Douglas Counties. The other is in Jefferson County. Each rotation serves up to five families at a time.


Holy Ghost Church

Address:
1900 California St
Denver, CO 80202

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 292-1556

Website:
http://www.holyghostchurch.info/social_ministry/index.html

Services:
Holy Ghost Church Social MinistryIn addition to limited material assistance - sandwiches, socks, hats & gloves, personal care items, money for tools, money for vital records, money for Colorado ID cards, and assistance with official documents - the church provides clients with guidance, support, and referrals in order to meet a wider range of client needs more effectively.

Hours:
Sandwich line is Monday through Saturday, 10 AM to 10:30 AM.


Family HomeStead

Address:
2520 E 37th Ave
Denver, CO 80205

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 623-6514

Website:
http://www.familyhomestead.org/

Services:
Family HomeStead , Emergency and transitional housing The Emergency Housing Program accepts referrals from shelters, safehouses, and other homeless service providers throughout the Denver Metro Area including the Denver Department of Human Services, Brandon Center, the Interfaith Hospitality Network, Samaritan House, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and many others. For the first 30 days of a maximum 90-day period, an apartment is provided without charge. Case managers develop an individualized case plan with each family that helps them learn to live in independent housing while the parents strive to develop a source of income, begin the search for next-step housing, and deal with concerns that are pertinent to their particular family. Case managers provide resources and referrals as needed to help clients achieve the goals outlined in their case plan.

Hours:
Contact for information about administrative office hours.

Eligibility:
Homeless families with children, at least one child under the age of 18 Families


Colorado Gerontological Society

Address:
1330 Leyden St #148
Denver, CO 80220

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 333-3482

Website:
http://www.senioranswers.org

Services:
Colorado Gerontological Society (CGS) is a not for profit organization dedicated to the support, guidance, education and spreading of information to seniors, their families, and elder care practitioners.The Colorado Gerontological Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization organized in 1980 to provide advocacy, information and assistance to Colorado seniors as well as education and networking for aging professionals.Older adults and their families are encouraged to call or visit CGS for assistance regarding housing options; nursing home placements; questions regarding health insurance; food supplies, or location of a geriatric physician. A counselor will consult with the individual to understand the problem, work to identify and prioritize solutions, and help to arrange services. Services may be provided by our staff, other agencies or volunteers.


You must not wrong or oppress a foreigner, for you were foreigners in the land of Egypt. You must not exploit any widow or orphan. If you do abuse them, when they cry out to me, I will surely heed their cry; my wrath will burn against you, and I will kill you with the sword, and your wives shall become widows and your children orphans.

(This is the only commandment given by God in Exodus that comes with an explicit promise of retribution by God Himself.)

-- Exodus 22

Colorado Department of Human Services

Address:
1575 Sherman St
Denver, CO 80203

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 866-5700

Website:
http://www.cdhs.state.co.us/shhp/index.htm

Services:
Supportive Housing and Homeless Programs (SHHP) is a statewide housing agency that operates within the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health and Housing. SHHP's rental assistance programs are available in all 64 counties in Colorado. SHHP partners with over 60 private non-profit agencies to provide housing options for Colorado citizens with special needs. The rental assistance programs provide a subsidy for extremely-low and very low income families


Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Address:
2111 Champa St
Denver, CO 80205

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(303) 293-2217

Website:
http://www.coloradocoalition.org/

Services:
The mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado The Coalition advocates for and provides a continuum of housing and a variety of services to improve the health, well-being and stability of those it serves.These services include:Childcare Program. Affordable child development programs for low-income and formerly homeless families The Coalition seeks to provide a place where children and their families can feel safe, are supported in their individual needs, and are given tools for academic learning, social interactions, and emotional competence.RCC serves children ranging in age from six weeks to 5 years, with 75 child care slots targeted for homeless and low income families.Children from economically stressed families sometimes lack the skills to diffuse anger, feel empathy, and resolve conflicts.Our staff is specially trained to help children learn how to develop these qualities. Call 303.237.6132 for more information. Healthcare Program. Free healthcare for homeless. The Coalition's Stout Street Clinic has been delivering healthcare for the homeless in downtown Denver for 25 years. Located at the corner of Stout Street and Broadway, this freestanding, 20,000 square foot facility centralizes services for anyone who is homeless , there is never a charge for this care.For the Stout Street Clinic: call for same-day or evening appointments (303)-293-2220 between 8:00 AM and 12 PM. Medical walk-ins can visit the clinic Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 8 AM and 2 PM, Wednesdays from 12 PM until 5 PM. New patient screenings for mental health services are conducted each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8:30 AM. For information on substance abuse, please call 303-293-2220 and ask to speak with a counselor. For hours and information on the Coalition's other health care clinic locations, contact the CCH Healthcare Program at 303.293.2220. Housing Program. Transitional, low-income, market rate housing. The Coalition offers integrated housing at our properties for transitional residents, low-income and market rate residents alike. This eliminates the inevitable stigma that once was common in housing for the homeless. Our properties provide a safe environment in the transition from homelessness, easier access to educational and job opportunities and stability for individuals, families and communities. Call 303.293.2217 for more information.Rural Program. Provides rental assistance and support services to help families and individuals move from homelessness to housing stability and self-sufficiency.The Coalition's Rural Initiatives Program is a collaboration currently uniting 14 homeless service providers in the following locations: Ft. Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Pueblo, Grand Junction, Sterling, Ft. Morgan, Canon City, Trinidad, Alamosa, Montrose, Durango, Glenwood Springs and Avon. Together they operate twelve transitional housing programs, one permanent supportive housing program and one supportive services program.The Coalition also directs Colorado's Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program in collaboration with 46 partner organizations.This coordinated, community-based strategy minimizes the costly duplication of services and leverages other local, community resources to help families and individuals maintain housing stability. Call (303) 293-2217. Support Services. General support, life skills, benefits assistance, rental assistance. The Coalition provides individualized support services for its clients as needed, in order to create a stable environment and to keep those that were once homeless in housing. This includes rental assistance; help navigating the

Hours:
Individuals are seen on a walk-in basis Monday through Friday. The walk-in sign up time is 8:30 a.m. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Each walk-in time is done by lottery so the order in which you are signed up is not the order in which you will be seen.