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Jewish Family Service 3201 S Tamarac Drive
Denver CO 80231
Assistance (303) 597-5000
JFS helps seniors live independently at home, provides quality mental health counseling, offers training and job placement to those with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment, and provides food and financial aid to people in crisis.; www.jewishfamilyservice.org

Bayaud Enterprises 333 W Bayaud Ave.
Denver CO 80223
Assistance (303) 830-6885
Our vocational assessment, training services and employment opportunities include employment within private and governmental sector jobs. This past year alone, we served more than 900 individuals, which includes competitive job placement for more than 475 people. Since 1969, Bayaud has served more than 10,000 individuals by providing daily paid work in a variety of jobs/settings that have resulted in positive outcomes for most. We make a true difference, and have been recognized by Mayor John Hickenlooper for our work with the homeless.; www.bayaudenterprises.org

Colorado Anti-Violence Program 304 Elati St
Denver CO 80223
Assistance (888) 557-4441 (24/7)
Since 1986 the Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors.; www.coavp.org

Urban Peak 1630 South Acoma Street
Denver CO 80223
Assistance (303) 974-2900
Urban Peak helps homeless youth and youth at risk of becoming homeless ages 14 to 24 overcome real life challenges by providing essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-sufficient adults. Since 1988, Urban Peak has been there for tens of thousands of youth providing a continuum of services (including shelter, meals, street outreach, education/employment, housing, creative outlets, and recreational activities) and an alternative to life on the streets. Shelter for youth up to age 21, several housing programs.; www.urbanpeak.org

Denver Urban Ministries 1717 E Colfax Ave
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 355-4896 M, T, Th, F 9AM- 3:30PM Wed. 9AM-12PM
Offers job assistance, education, and community services.; www.denum.org

The Gathering Place 1535 High St
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 321-4198 M, W, Th, F 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. Tu 8:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
Daytime Center for Women, children, and transgender individuals experiencing poverty and homelessness.; www.tgpdenver.org

HOPE Program 1555 Race St
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 832-3354
Day shelter for individuals with HIV/AIDS that are homeless with a focus on meeting health care needs, managed by the Visiting Nurse Association.

Open Door Ministries 1530 Marion Street
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 830-2201
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. Specifically, we provide transitional homes for young mothers and their children, as well as for single women who do not have children with them. We also provide a high-quality preschool, child care and before-and-after school program, primarily for children from families in poverty. Open Door reaches out to disabled people through our TRYAD program and Cornerstone Home. In addition, we offer free weekly meals and provide a resource center that includes job skill training, counseling and food. Through these unique programs, we supply tangible needs like food, clothing and shelter, as well as intangible needs such as friendship, hope and Christian spiritual guidance.; www.odmdenver.org

SafeHouse Denver, Inc. 1649 Downing Street
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 318-9989
We serve victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. All of the women, children and youth who come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.; www.safehouse-denver.org

Senior Support Services 846 E. 18th Avenue
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 832-1622
Senior Support Services strives to make each day better and safer for Denver's homeless and low-income seniors by providing the resources and support they need to lead more self-sufficient and fulfilling lives. Offering meals for those who are 55 years of age and older - breakfast, hot lunch and hot dinner.; www.seniorsupportservices.org

The Center 1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver CO 80218
Assistance (303) 733-7743 M-F 10AM - 8PM
The Center is home to several social groups for LGBTQQA individuals. Groups meet on a regular basis, often at The Center and sometimes in alternative locations. Maneuvering through life is not always easy. If you are looking to overcome issues with drugs or alcohol we are here to help you. You are welcome to join one of our groups and get on track for recovery. Your success is essential to our community. Groups are confidential. Rainbow Alley is a drop-in center designed to support LGBT youth and their allies ages 12-21. Our facility is a warm and welcoming environment, complete with supportive adults and youth. The Alley provides health services, counseling and referral, youth-led events and activities, and life resources in a safe and supportive space.; www.glbtcolorado.org

Family Tree 1777 Kipling Street
Lakewood CO 80215
Assistance (303) 462-1060
Family Tree provides a broad range of services and shelter to families and youth of metro Denver to overcome child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.; www.thefamilytree.org

Catholic Charities 4045 Pecos St.
Denver CO 80211
Assistance (303) 742-0828
We alleviate suffering of those in crisis by feeding the hungry and providing shelter to the homeless, preventing evictions and utility shutoffs for those at risk of homelessness, and providing case management and referrals to preserve and promote self-sufficiency. We preserve and protect the dignity and well-being of the poor and vulnerable by helping seniors live independently and protecting them from isolation, by providing assistance to victims of crime, legal assistance and advocacy to immigrants, mental health services, early childhood education, and intensive case management to foster self-sufficiency. We provide safety and permanency for children by preventing neglect and abuse and by supporting families that open their home to children in need of safety. Through pregnancy counseling, birth parent counseling, adoptions, foster care, and kinship care, we promote the sanctity of life and the general welfare of the unborn and young people among us, as well as the guardians who care for them.; www.ccdenver.org

The Empowerment Program 1600 York Street
Denver CO 80206
Assistance (303) 320-1989
The Empowerment Program provides education, employment assistance, health, housing referrals and support services to women who are in disadvantaged positions due to incarceration, poverty, homelessness, HIV/AIDS infection or involvement in the criminal justice system.; www.empowermentprogram.org

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless 2111 Champa St
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 293-2217
Helping move homeless into safe homes, keeping families together, and providing critical health care and supportive services. In 2011 we helped more than 13,000 homeless men, women and children with medical and mental health care. We also housed more than 2,300 families and individuals each night.; www.coloradocoalition.org

Denver Rescue Mission 1130 Park Avenue West
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 294-0157
Denver Rescue Mission provides shelter, food, clothing, and education to the homeless. Offering breakfast Monday - Sunday 5:30 am, lunch Monday - Sunday at Noon, and dinner Monday - Sunday at 8 pm. Shelter for men. Medical and dental services.; www.denverrescuemission.org

Denver VOICE 2255 Champa St
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (610) 291-9009
A monthly newspaper that provides an individual an opportunity to work and earn an income. Papers are 50-cents per (first 10 are free) and sold for suggested $2. Orientation helps train and prepare individuals, and is open to anyone M-F, 9AM-11AM, orientation at 9:30AM.

El Centro Humanitario ParaLos Trabajadores 2260 California Street
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 292-4115
Proporciona un lugar de reunión para los salarios bajos / sin hogar hombres y mujeres en busca de empleo y educación

Phoenix Concept 2162 Lawrence St
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 293-3620
Substance abuse treatment.

St. Francis Center 2323 Curtis Street
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 297-1576
Daytime center for homeless men and women.

Volunteers of America Colorado Branch 2877 Lawrence St
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 297-0408
Volunteers of America serves a variety of people in need; programs include meals, shelter and housing for homeless families and youth, senior services, and Head Start programs. Serving breakfast at 8 am, lunch at 11:30 am and dinner at 5 pm Monday - Thursday. Lunch at 1 pm on Sundays.

ALL Renewed Inc. 2254 Larimer Street
Denver CO 80205
Assistance (303) 297-8021
Homeless & Housing Women Children & Youth provides residential living assistance, education, counseling and employment services.; allrenewed.tripod.com

Bannock Youth Center 455 Bannock Street
Denver CO 80204
Assistance (720) 217-3884

Denver CARES 1155 Cherokee St
Denver CO 80204
Assistance (303) 436-3500
Detox facility and program.

Colorado Legal Aid 1905 Sherman St #400
Denver CO 80203
Assistance (303) 837-1321
Free legal assistance.

Energy Outreach Colorado 225 E. 16th Ave #200
Denver CO 80203
Assistance (303) 825-8750
Provides assistance with Utilities.

Providence Network 801 Logan St.
Denver CO 80203
Assistance (303) 860-8404
Providence Network provides "FirstStep" transitional and "NextStep" affordable housing programs to help end homelessness in Denver. PN is a faith-based organization that integrates 24-hour live-in staff, therapeutic counseling, mentoring, case management and access to numerous services (health care, legal representation, child care, job training and placement, etc.) for up to two years in its FirstStep program. Individuals who have completed a transitional program have the opportunity to become residents of our substance-free, affordable NextStep apartment community (with continued access to supportive services) to facilitate their continued success.

Mile High Independent Living Center (MHILC) 110 16th St #603
Denver CO 80202
Assistance (303) 800-4700
Mile High Independent Living Center (MHILC) is a grassroots advocacy group run by and for people with disabilities. Our mission is to empower and enable people with both physical and mental disabilities to achieve their dreams, goals, and become integrated into all aspects of community life.; www.mhilc.org

Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) 3292 Peoria St.
Aurora CO 80011
Assistance
MCPN provides health services to low income or homeless persons regardless of ability to pay. http://mcpn.org

The Road Called STRATE 10254 E. Colfax St.
Aurora CO 80010
Assistance (303) 360-9176
The Road Called STRATE provides service to low income, ex-offenders, at risk youth and their families, homeless individuals.

Aurora Warms the Night 155 Dayton Street
Aurora CO 80010
Assistance
Aurora Warms the Night’s (a 501(c)(3) organization) mission is to preserve the life, health and stability of Aurora’s men, women, and children facing homelessness. Since 2006, AWTN has provided emergency cold weather assistance, including, food, clothing, toiletries, and motel vouchers when evening temperatures are forecasted 20 degrees or below.; www.aurorawarmsthenight.com

Hope World Wide 6529 Carr Street
Denver CO 80004
Assistance (855) 855-4626
We operate the B.E.S.T. program, which is a job training program for homeless adults.

Alternatives to Family Violence
CO
Assistance (303) 863-7233

Brandon Center (Volunteers of America)
CO
Assistance (303) 620-9190
Shelter and domestic violence services for women and children.

Family Tree (Women)
CO
Assistance (303) 420-6752
Jefferson County - Services for domestic violence victims - women and children.

Metro Crisis Services
CO
Assistance (888) 885-1222
Improving access to mental health and substance abuse care in the seven counties of metropolitan Denver.

Women in Crisis
CO
Assistance (303) 420-6752
Jefferson County

Women's Crisis and Family Outreach Center
CO
Assistance (303) 688-1094
Douglas County Crisis Line (303)688-8484 or Offices & Info (303) 688-1094

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment 4300 Cherry Creek Dr South
Denver CO 80246
Government (303) 692-2000 M-F 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Vital Records (birth, death, marriage and divorce records) Phone: 303-692-2200 USA 1.800.423.1108; outside continental U.S. 303.691.9307 vital.records@state.co.us; www.colorado.gov

Denver Human Services 1200 Federal Blvd
Denver CO 80204
Government (720) 944-3666 M-F 8AM - 4:00PM
Call 2-1-1 for assistance and shelter information. Dial 3-1-1 for Denver City Services. Homeless General Assistance (720) 944-2174 or (720) 944-2185, Eviction Assistance x2170, Rental Assistance x2170, Burial Assistance x2548, Child Support (720) 944-2960, Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (720) 944-3500, Veterans Services (720) 944-3801; www.denvergov.org

Social Security Administration 1616 Champa St #400
Denver CO 80202
Government (800) 772-1213 M-F 9AM - 3:30PM
Social Security provides a guaranteed income each year to more than 55 million American workers and their families who have lost income due to retirement, disability or death.; www.ssa.gov

Thorton Community Food Bank 8970 Hoyt Dr
Denver CO 80229
Meals (303) 287-7268

Community Ministry of Denver 1755 S. Zuni St.
Denver CO 80223
Meals 303-375-8081
Breakfast is served at 8:45 AM on Sundays. The Food Bank is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and Tuesday from 2-5 p.m. Participants must arrive 30 minutes prior to closing to receive services. For EVERY VISIT you must provide IDENTIFICATION and something with PROOF OF RESIDENCE such as a telephone bill, a public service bill or something that has the address of where you live now. Bread is usually available when the facility is open.; www.comministry-denver.org

Metro Care Ring 1100 E 18th Ave
Denver CO 80218
Meals (303) 860-7200 M-F 9:30AM-3:00 PM 6-8PM Tuesday Evening
The Dignified Approach to Food Instead of receiving a pre-packed or standard bag of groceries, families can shop for free at the Metro CareRing Market. A self-select shopping model gives participants more control over their food choices, exposes them to new foods, and reduces waste. Volunteer Personal Shoppers help participants choose their food, respectfully presenting healthy food options, and guiding them toward preparing nutritionally balanced meals. Metro CareRing also provides Utility Assistance, Education, Identification Documentation, and Referrals.; www.metrocarering.org

St. Paul's United Methodist Church 1615 Ogden St
Denver CO 80218
Meals (303) 832-4929 Sunday 8-9 AM
Breakfast

Rose of Sharon Food Bank 5306 Lincoln St
Denver CO 80216
Meals (303) 308-1652

Church in the City 1580 Gaylord St
Denver CO 80206
Meals (303) 322-5733 Wednesday 6-7pm
Free meals Wednesdays from 6 -7 pm and food bags on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at 12:30 pm.

Same Cafe 2023 E Colfax Avenue
Denver CO 80206
Meals (720) 530-6853 Mon-Sat 11AM-2PM
SAME Cafe is unique in the lack of a set menu as well as set prices. Daily selections are made using fresh, organic ingredients, and funded by the donations of patrons. Instead of a cash register, a donation box is available for one to pay what they felt their meal was worth. Our philosophy is that everyone, regardless of economic status, deserves the chance to eat healthy food while being treated with dignity.; www.soallmayeat.org

Agape Christian Church 2501 California Street
Denver CO 80205
Meals (303) 296-2454 Saturday 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Meals on Saturday at 11 AM

Jordan AME Church 2900 Milwaukee St
Denver CO 80205
Meals (303) 322-7427 Tuesday Noon
Hot Lunch

Peoples Presbyterian Church 2780 York Street
Denver CO 80205
Meals (303) 297-9071 Monday Noon
Hot Lunch

Father Woody's Haven of Hope 1101 W 7th Ave
Denver CO 80204
Meals (303) 607-0855
Daytime Center - Offering Breakfast and Lunch Monday - Saturday.

St. Elizabeth's Church 1060 Saint Francis Way
Denver CO 80204
Meals (303) 534-4014 11 - 11:15 am
Offering soup and sandwiches 7 days a week from 11 - 11:15 am.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1530 Logan St
Denver CO 80203
Meals (303) 831-7010
Sandwiches and coffee distributed Monday - Friday at the rear door cathedral rectory.

Christ's Body Ministries 850 Lincoln St
Denver CO 80203
Meals (303) 860-1272
Daytime Center - Offering hot meal Mondays 12:30-3 pm and Fridays from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm. Saturday, Groceries & Hot Meals, 2 pm ??? Now served at 16th & York in co-operation with Open Door Ministries. No ID required, 1st come, 1st served

Salvation Army
Denver CO 80203
Meals (303) 298-1734
Two meals a day are served 7 days a week. Breakfast is served at 6 am Monday - Saturday and at 9:30 am on Sundays. Dinner is served each day at 5:30 pm.

Grant Avenue Street Reach Soup Kitchen 1600 Grant Street
Denver CO 80203
Meals Monday 1–5pm
Website: streetreach.wordpress.com

Trinity United Methodist 1820 Broadway
Denver CO 80202
Meals (303) 839-1493 Friday 11 AM - 1 PM
Hot Lunch

Holy Ghost Church 1900 California Street
Denver CO 80202
Meals (303) 321-4198
Offering sandwiches Monday - Saturday from 10:00-10:30 a.m.

Denver First Church of the Nazerine 3800 East Hampden Avenue
Englewood CO 80113
Meals (303) 761-8370 Tues & Thurs 10am - 2pm
Ask about the food pantry at the receptionists desk. Someone will get you a grocery bag with food items. Limit 1 every 2 weeks.; www.denverfirstchurch.com

Hunger Free Colorado
CO
Meals (855) 855-4626
The Hunger Free Hotline is a bilingual toll-free number that provides information on how to access food assistance such as Food Stamps, WIC, food pantries, and soup kitchens.

Mental Health Center of Denver 4141 E Dickenson Place
Denver CO 80222
Medical (303) 504-1250
The Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD) is a private, not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3), community mental health care organization providing comprehensive, recovery-focused services to more than 11,500 residents in the Denver metro area each year. Founded in 1989, MHCD is Colorados leading provider and key health care partner in the delivery of outcomes-based mental health services.

Eastside Health Center 501 28th St
Denver CO 80205
Medical (303) 436-4600
Medical Facility

Inner City Health Clinic 3405 Downing St
Denver CO 80205
Medical (303) 296-1767
Medical Facility

Stout Street Clinic 2100 Broadway
Denver CO 80205
Medical (303) 293-2220
Medical and dental clinic.

Denver Health Family Health Center 510 28th St
Denver CO 80204
Medical (303) 436-4600
Medical Facility

Denver Health Medical Center 777 Bannock St
Denver CO 80204
Medical (303) 436-4600
Hospital

Westside Family Health Center 1100 Federal Blvd.
Denver CO 80204
Medical (303) 436-4200
Medical Clinic

Almost Home 568 Bridge St.
Brighton CO 80601
Shelter (303) 659-6199
A 30-45 day emergency shelter for families with children, as well as transitional housing, rental & utility assistance, and Case Management. Serves Adams County and southern Weld County.

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless 4869 N Broadway
Boulder CO 80304
Shelter (303) 442-4646

Arapahoe House Inc. 8801 Lipan St.
Thorton CO 80260
Shelter (303) 412-3695
Our programs serve a number of populations including adults, adolescents, male and female offenders, pregnant and post partum women and individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse problems.

Father Ed Judy House 4024 S. Newton Street, Bldg. K-E
Denver CO 80236
Shelter (303) 866-7641
Short-term transitional shelter for single mothers and their children.

Center of Hope 875 S Sheridan Blvd
Denver CO 80226
Shelter (303) 935-7746
24-hour homeless services for women with children and youth.

Irving Street 601 S Irving
Denver CO 80219
Shelter (303) 934-9501
Transitional housing for single women.

Warren Village 1323 Gilpin St.
Denver CO 80218
Shelter (303) 321-2345
Transitional housing for single-parent families. Provides child care and family services.

Crossing, The 6090 East Smith Road
Denver CO 80216
Shelter (303) 953-3900
Shelter for families, youth and individuals.

Family & Senior Homeless Initiative 6090 East Smith Road
Denver CO 80216
Shelter (303) 292-9229
Program through the Denver Rescue Mission that offers transitional housing, case management and mentoring for families and seniors.

Salvation Army Crossroads Shelter 1901 29th Street
Denver CO 80216
Shelter (303) 298-1028
Temporary cold weather shelter for single men.

Jeffco Action Center 8755 West 14th Ave
Lakewood CO 80215
Shelter (303) 237-7704
Shelter for families, singles and couples.

Salvation Army Lambuth Center 2741 Federal Boulevard
Denver CO 80211
Shelter (303) 477-3758
Transitional center serving families.

Champa House 2544 Champa St
Denver CO 80205
Shelter (303) 294-9961
Long-term residential program for single mothers with children 12 and under.

Sacred Heart House 2844 Lawrence St.
Denver CO 80205
Shelter (303) 296-6686
Shelter for single women and single mom's with children NO MEN.

Salvation Army Family Services 2201 Stout Street
Denver CO 80205
Shelter (303) 295-3366
Transitional housing for families.

Samaritan House 2301 Lawrence St.
Denver CO 80205
Shelter (303) 294-0241
Transitional housing/shelter for families, single men and single women. For adults over 21.

Step 13 2029 Larimer St.
Denver CO 80205
Shelter (303) 295-7837
Transitional housing for single men.

Family HomeStead 999 Decatur
Denver CO 80204
Shelter (303) 623-6514
Emergency housing for families, up to 90 days. They have to be working they cannot only be receiving money from welfare.

Joshua Station 2330 W. Mulberry Place
Denver CO 80204
Shelter (303) 592-1555
Long-term transitional housing for families.

VOA Transitional Housing for Youth and Young Parents 455 Bannock St.
Denver CO 80204
Shelter (720) 217-3884
Housing program for youth.

Colorado Supportive Housing & Homeless Program 1313 Sherman St
Denver CO 80203
Shelter (303) 866-4921

New Genesis 1680 Sherman St
Denver CO 80203
Shelter (303) 831-0953
Transitional housing for single men and women, shelter for single men.

Senior Housing Options 1510 17th Street
Denver CO 80202
Shelter (303) 595-4464
Senior Housing Options provides affordable independent and assisted living housing options for older adults. Out apartments are cost only 30% of income and our assisted living residents accept Medicaid.

Comitis Crisis Center 2178 Victor St
Aurora CO 80045
Shelter (303) 341-9160
Shelter for families, youth and individuals.

Family Tree (Wheat Ridge) 3805 Marshall Street #201
Wheat Ridge CO 80033
Shelter (303) 467-2604
Accepts referrals for transitional/permanent housing for individuals and families.

ACCESS Housing 6978 Colorado Blvd
Commerce City CO 80022
Shelter (303) 289-7078
30 day temporary housing for families with children.

Delores Project, The
CO
Shelter (303) 534-5411
The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable overnight shelter and services to single adult women who are homeless and have limited resources.

Family Promise of Greater Denver
CO
Shelter (303) 675-0713
Provides shelters for families up to 60 days.

Gateway Battered Women's Shelter
CO
Shelter (303) 343-1851
Arapahoe County

Theodora House - Volunteers of America
CO
Shelter (303) 620-9190
Shelter for single women.

VA Homeless Program 1055 Clermont St
Denver CO 80220
Veterans (303) 399-8020 x2056
Housing, mental health, drug and alcohol services for veterans.

Veteran's Affairs Medical Center 1055 Clermont Street
Denver CO 80220
Veterans (303) 399-8020
Medical clinic for veterans.

St. Joseph's 4045 Pecos St.
Denver CO 80211
Veterans (303) 742-0828
Housing for vets


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