Address:10451 Huron StDenver, 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
Address:9460 Federal BlvdDenver, CO 80260Map & Directions
Services: The COFU Food/Clothing bank is a tool to assist those in need of self-reliance. This resource is only available to clients working toward self-reliance. Individuals seeking only food assistance will be referred to local food banks.Food Bank/Pantry The COFU Food bank is a tool to assist those in need of self-reliance. The collaboration of faith organizations in the area allows different ways to gain assistance through the program. This volunteer effort of COFU is dependent on monetary and product donations for it to run efficiently. This resource is only available to clients working toward self-reliance. Individuals seeking only food assistance will be referred to local food banks. Referral is required from social services organization, pastor, plus a photo ID.Clothing Bank A clothing bank is offered to Adams County or Broomfield County residents. The COFU Clothing bank is a tool to assist those in need of self-reliance. The collaboration of faith organizations in the area allows different ways to gain assistance through the program. This volunteer effort of COFU is dependent on monetary and product donations for it to run efficiently. Services are by referral only from social services organizations, pastor. Proof of Adams County or Broomfield County residency is required. This can be a drivers license, photo ID, or utility bill.
Address:3489 W 72nd Ave #110#112Westminster, CO 80030Map & Directions
Services: Interfaith family shelter provides a 2 month emergency shelter to families with children experiencing homelessness, no geographical restrictions. Homeless prevention services provide rent/mortgage assistance for Adams County families with children with stable income. Food pantry available once per month, open 10-12 daily. 16 affordable housing units (1 and 2 BR) rented below market rate. 4 transitional housing slots for families who are currently homeless or in danger of becoming homeless and pursuing higher education. Children's programs include Parents as Teachers home educators for babies 0-3 and an after-school program in two nearby elementary schools for K-2nd graders.Programs at Growing Home include:Helping Children Succeed-Parents as Teachers and Sprouts After School.Feeding FamiliesGrowing Home provides a 3-day emergency food box to approximately 500 families each month. We strive to offer nutritionally sound food options through a client choice model. Families receive hygiene items and diapers as needed. The food pantry is open10 a.m.-12 p.m. seven days a week and offers community resources referrals. Growing Home volunteers and families tend a small community garden. Growing Home partners with professional chefs from Cooking Matters to offer classes that teach how to prepare balanced snacks and cook healthy meals on a budget.Housing the Homeless-Interfaith Family Shelter We shelter children and their families and assist their move out of crisis. Using the Interfaith Hospitality Network Model, families stay in shelter for up to two months. Volunteers cook all the meals and
Hours: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. M-F; 10am-12pm Sat-Sun
Address:6978 Colorado BlvdCommerce City, CO 80022Map & Directions
Services: ACCESS Housing's mission is to help homeless families in the Denver metro area, regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency and secure permanent housing. ACCESS does this through a comprehensive continuum of care and collaboration with community partners.ACCESS applies a comprehensive, holistic and culturally responsive approach that empowers families to regain control of their lives by providing the following services:Emergency shelter in private two-bedroom apartment units for up to 90 days. Hotel vouchers to ensure the safety of homeless children and families. Emergency and supplemental food, clothing, personal hygiene products and household furnishings. Transitional housing services that include case management and financial assistance for rent, utility, transportation, health care and education expenses.Shelter is offered for up to 90 days for families with children in private, two bedroom apartment units. Shelter residents receive intensive case management services, food, clothing, personal hygiene products, household furnishings and transportation support.Homeless prevention services that include family advocacy, linkages to community resources and financial assistance for rent, utility, transportation, health care and education expenses. Adult education and job services. Life skills training on budgeting, credit repair, parenting, landlord and tenant rights, healthy lifestyles, conflict resolution, and effective communication. Linkages to community partners for services not currently provided by ACCESS Housing.Summer recreation activities for homeless children and youth between the ages of 6 and 18.Recreation activities include arts and crafts, skating, bowling, swimming, hiking, museum tours, boating and trips to the zoo. Program participants also receive individualized mentor support and tutoring from young adult college students.At the end of the summer and before school starts every child receives a backpack filled with school supplies that are donated by local businesses. Other programs include:Steps 2 Success Self-Sufficiency Program Program services support the capacity of adult family members to secure and maintain jobs that pay a living wage.Step one services include GED preparation, English language instruction, citizenship preparation, Computer skills training, resume writing, interviewing skills, completion of successful job applications, and job search. Step two services include job placement and job retention support. Homebuyer Education and Small Business Development Workshops and individualized counseling are also offered.Home Again Family Support Program Provides support for the transitions of homeless families into transitional and permanent housing. Program service support the transitions of homeless families into transitional and permanent housing.Eligible families receive case management services and financial assistance for health care, education, rent, utility, and transportation expenses for up to two years.ACCESS Housing also owns 19 units of housing for low-income families and plans to acquire additional units over the next tn years.
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:5300 Saulsbury CtArvada, CO 80002Map & Directions
Services: Interchurch ARMS (Arvada Resource for Ministry Services) Emergency Services office is located in the Arvada United Methodist Church. This organization helps provide emergency services to residents and homeless people in the Arvada area. The phone number for Interchurch ARMS Emergency Services is 303-424-6283.
Hours: Must call for appointment.
Address:191 Yuma StDenver, CO 80223Map & Directions
Services: Established in 1990, PetAid provides veterinary care for pets of the economically disadvantaged. In 2009, PetAid medical staff provided veterinary services to more than 9,000 sick and injured animals PetAid also provides spay and neuter surgeries to the general community in an effort to help control pet overpopulation, as well as providing discounted spay/neuter surgeries to homeless animals in the care of rescue agencies PetAid Animal Hospital is the largest not-for-profit animal hospital in Colorado and is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association at its highest level, symbolizing our commitment to the highest standards of patient care Veterinary Services Offered:General veterinary services, including preventive care and treatment for sick and injured pets of income-qualified clients.Vaccination and microchippingSpay and neuter surgeries available to the general public and discounted for income-qualified clients.Spay and neuter surgeries, trauma services, diagnostic, medical, and surgical services for Denver area shelter or rescue organizations.
Hours: Contact for information about administrative office hours.
Address:1100 E 18th AveDenver, CO 80203Map & Directions
Services: Metro CareRing is a hunger relief organization that operates one of the largest food pantries in Denver.Last year, Metro CareRing provided emergency and self-sufficiency services to more than 125,000 low-income individuals, offering food, utility and transportation assistance, and work readiness items, including tools, boots and identification documents.
Hours: M-F 9:30-2 for food services, 9:30-3 business hours for information. Tuesday nights 6p-8p for food and referrals.
Address:3131 W 14th AveDenver, CO 80204Map & Directions
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.
Address:2250 S Harrison StDenver, CO 80210Map & Directions
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.