A Woman’s Place

A Woman's Place, Inc. is the only domestic violence agency in Weld County. We provide free and confidential services to victims and survivors of domestic violence. We also provide education and support services to family and friends, and the community. Our services include emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, individual domestic violence advocacy and case management, domestic violence counseling, education and support groups, children’s programs and legal advocacy.

Address
PO Box 71
Greeley, CO 80632
County
Weld
Telephone
970.356.4226
Website
www.awpdv.org

Adams County Pantry

The Adams County Food Pantry is open to clients for TEFAP/USDA food commodities and donated food Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. CSFP for seniors 60+ who qualify financially may register on Fridays between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.. Once registered they may pick up CSFP Senior Commodities & Cheese during their regular business hours. Clients need to provide a photo identification and proof of Adams County address for the TEFAP/USDA food commodity program. Clients may receive a TEFAP distribution once monthly and may visit the food pantry weekly for supplemental donated foods as they are available. There is NO emergency food assistance program.

The Food Distribution Program is supported by volunteers who provide a variety of services in the office, food pantry and warehouse. Interested parties are encouraged to contact the food pantry staff to learn more about volunteer opportunities.

Contact Name
Lily Rhoades
Address
7111 E. 56th Ave.
Commerce City, CO 80022
County
Adams
Telephone
303-286-4193
Email
lrhoades@adcogov.org
Website
none at this time, will appear on the food bank of the rockies website soon!

AllHealth Network

AllHealth Network provides behavioral health and mental health services for all stages of life including outpatient counseling for Children and Families, Adults, and Older Adults. We offer a full range of services tailored to the unique mental health and substance use needs of different age groups. These services include: assessment and treatment planning with one of our master’s-level or licensed therapists, parenting classes, peer support, and group therapy. Outpatient services address emotional and behavioral issues like trauma, anxiety, grief, depression, anger, loss, life transitions, and severe and persistent mental illness.

AllHealth Network’s care philosophy is client-centered, community focused and a commitment to the best and most accessible care for those we serve. With a staff that includes physicians, nurses, social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, care managers, psychosocial rehabilitation specialists, and other program specific staff , we offer individual and group treatment services, prevention, and acute treatment behavioral health services for those with higher care needs.

Address
155 Inverness Drive West
Englewood, CO 80112
County
Arapahoe
Telephone
303-730-8858
303-720-3303 (24/7 Crisis Intervention)
Website
admhn.org
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid

Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County

Our mission is to prevent suicide in Larimer County by raising awareness, educating and training youth and adults about depression and suicide, and providing resources and support to those who have been impacted.

Contact Name
Marisa Martinez
Address
619 South College Avenue, Suite #12
Fort Collins, CO 80524
County
Larimer
Telephone
(970)482-2209
Email
mmartinez@AllianceforSuicidePrevention.org
Website
allianceforsuicideprevention.org
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid
Sliding Scale

Caring Hearts, Inc

To encourage God's people. To remind them that regardless of what they are going through, they are not alone. God loves them and is with them through it all. Our vision is to bring a message of hope and companionship while helping to meet the emergency need of those who are experiencing highly emotional and/or stressful times in their lives, locally, in the United States, and around the world.

Contact Name
Sherri Shovlin
Address
6801 W 20th #207
Greeley, CO 80634
County
Weld
Telephone
(970) 378-1409
Email
caringheartshomehealth@yahoo.com
Website
facebook.com/pages/caring-hearts-inc/130493206939

Catholic Charities of Denver

Adoption/Birth Parenting, Adult Services, Child Care/Head Start Programs, Counseling, Rent and Utility Assistance, Farm Labor, Housing, Foster Care, Homelessness Housing, Immigration Services, Kinship Care Services, Northern Colorado Offices & Operations, Pregnancy Counseling, Western Slope Office & Operations - Glenwood Springs

Address
6240 Smith Road
Denver, CO 80216
County
Denver
Telephone
303.742.0828
Website
ccdenver.org

Community Reach Center

Community Reach Center is a top-tier mental health provider serving the north metro Denver area, as well as the designated provider for anyone eligible for Medicaid who resides in Adams County, Colorado. Since our incorporation 1957, Community Reach Center has provided life-changing services to hundreds of thousands of children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. The Center serves more than 10,000 clients each year at five comprehensive outpatient locations throughout Adams County, as well as in schools, nursing homes, its own residential treatment homes, physicians' offices, emergency rooms, private residences, and jails. We are fully committed to providing integrated care that marries mental healthcare with physical healthcare, in order to support the overall health and recovery of our clients.

Address
8931 Huron St.
Thornton, CO 80260
County
Adams
Telephone
303.853.3679
Website
communityreachcenter.org

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center

We reach out to veterans to provide a range of services including but not limited to re-entry into the community.

Address
6900 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C., DC 20307
Telephone
(800)870-9244
Email
info@dvbic.org
Website
dvbic.org

Denver Rescue Mission

Emergency Care - Food, Shelter, Clinic & Client Services

New Life Program - Men and women who have suffered from addiction, abuse or other hardships and would like to make a lasting life change can participate in our transformative New Life Program. This program, offered at The Crossing, Harvest Farm and Champa House, combines spiritual, emotional and addictions counseling with academics, Bible study and work therapy into a curriculum that lasts 12-27 months.

Family Services - Denver Rescue Mission’s Family Services incorporates four transformative programs focused on helping homeless working families, seniors and refugees achieve a life of self-sufficiency. In addition to Mission staff, local congregations and organizations help guide participants toward program goals and are a vital resource of Family Services.

Address
6100 Smith Road
Denver, CO 80216
County
Denver
Telephone
303.297.1815
Email
info@denrescue.org
Website
denverrescuemission.org

Developmental Disabilities Resource Center

DDRC provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Developmental disabilities programs and services include Supported Living, Early Intervention, Adult Vocational Services, Behavioral Health Services, Quality Living Options, and Recreational Services. Help people with developmental disabilities in any part of our services or help them get back on their feet when they face an unexpected financial emergency or get people who are waiting for services connected with their communities.

Address
11177 W. Eighth Ave.
Suite 300
Lakewood, CO 80215
County
Jefferson
Telephone
303.233.3363
Website
ddrcco.com

Families First Colorado

The Support Line is a statewide resource for parents or primary caregivers with family concerns. Whatever the issue, we greet callers with compassionate listening and respect, offering practical answers and information on all aspects of family life and child development. We also make referrals to community resources. Whether one just needs to talk or is seeking specific information, trained volunteers are ready to assist. Callers may ask:
-what behaviors are typical for specific ages
-discipline methods that work how to find time for themselves while single parenting the trials and tribulations of living with teens or toddlers setting limits and sticking to them
-how to stop yelling or hitting
-how to become more involved in their children’s education.
Callers experience great comfort in being able to discuss problems that appear overwhelming.

Support Line: 877-695-7996

Bilingual Support Line: 866-Las Familias

Other services include parent education, parent support groups, and child support groups; some of which are offered in Spanish

Address
2163 S. Yosemite
Denver, CO 80231
County
Denver
Telephone
303-745-0327
Email
info@familiesfirstcolorado.org
Website
familiesfirstcolorado.org

Food Bank of the Rockies

Hunger relief programs agencies range from small faith-based food pantries to large charities serving hundreds of clients daily.

Address
10700 E. 47th Ave.
Denver, CO 80239
County
Denver
Telephone
303.371.9250
Website
foodbankrockies.org

Gateway Domestic Violence Services

We are the Domestic Violence service provider for Arapahoe County. We provide safe shelter for Battered women and their children. We also have non-residential groups and individual counseling available. There is no fee for shelter. We can accept pets. We have had battered women in shelter who have brain injury either from violence or accidents. Our residents do have to be able to care for themselves and their children. This has not been an issue. We are a confidential location and do our screenings by phone. The 24-hour hotline is 303-343-1851. Any questions please feel free to call.

Contact Name
Terese Morse-Aguilar
Address
P.O. Box 914
Aurora, CO 80040
County
Arapahoe
Telephone
(303)343-1851
Email
Teresefromgbws@gmail.com
Website
gatewayshelter.org
Other Notes
Sliding Scale

Harmony Foundation

Harmony Foundation, Inc. is a 43 year old, nonprofit, 30 day gender-separate residential treatment center for the disease of chemical dependency located in Estes Park, Colorado. The Harmony approach to comprehensive treatment is designed to treat the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial aspects of the disease, resulting in long-term recovery.

Services and programs include:
-Medically Managed Detoxification
-Nursing Staff Available 24 Hours a Day
-Brief Residential Stay (For Relapse Prevention)
-Family Program and Family Workshop (Cost Free)
-Lifetime Aftercare (For Client and Family Members)(Cost Free)
-Many Insurances accepted

Address
1600 Fish Hatchery Rd.
Estes Park, CO 80517
County
Larimer
Telephone
(866) 686-7867
Website
harmonyfoundationinc.com

Mile High United Way 211 Search

Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 is a free and confidential community service that connects callers with resources which provide food, shelter, rent assistance, clothing, child care options and other types of community assistance. Trained referral specialists are multi-lingual and available to help individuals with real-time resources in our community.

Address
711 Park Ave W
Denver, CO 80205
County
Denver
Telephone
dial 2-1-1
1-866-760-6489
Email
211colorado@unitedwaydenver.org
Website
unitedwaydenver.org/2-1-1
Other Notes
Sliding Scale

Mountain Resource Center

“Neighbors helping neighbors build a viable, healthy community” is the vision that inspired a group of local citizens to respond to a critical lack of health and human services in the mountain areas west of Denver in 1990. Geographic isolation, hidden poverty, and the inability to find help normally available in more urban areas created pressures on families that resulted in a significant prevalence of family crises, domestic violence, early childhood developmental and educational problems, isolated teens, and community fragmentation.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 425
Conifer, CO 80433

Address
11030 Kitty Drive
Conifer , CO 80433
County
Jefferson
Telephone
303-838-7552
Website
www.mrcco.org/

National Council on Aging

The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a nonprofit service and advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC. We are a national voice for older Americans and the community organizations that serve them. We bring together nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government to develop creative solutions that improve the lives of all older adults. We work with thousands of organizations across the country to help seniors find jobs and benefits, improve their health, live independently, and remain active in their communities. Benefitscheckup.org-Resources for prescriptions and food resources throughout Colorado.

Contact Name
Caroline Pruce
Address
1901 L Street NW
4th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone
(202)479-1200
Email
Caroline.Pruce@ncoa.org
Website
https://www.benefitscheckup.org/

Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners

People with mental health, emotional, or substance abuse issues are often unable to identify or access help.

Metro Crisis Services is able to help. They provide immediate & free support services that include a confidential, 24/7 hotline (888.885.1222) for mental health and substance abuse crises and concerns. These calls are answered by licensed, professional mental health and substance abuse clinicians who provide support, consultation and assistance for individuals, families, and friends. Clinicians regularly perform suicide and safety screenings, in addition to follow-up calls. Callers can speak with a live person to get help in finding the right provider and learn ways to navigate the mental health and substance abuse system.

Using their Resource Directory, clinicians triage and provide appropriate treatment referrals to callers based on professional clinical assessments and caller demographics. Translation services are also available.

Website users have free, 24/7 access to the Resource Directory at http://www.metrocrisisservices.org/find-services. Users can search for a provider by agency name, location, and type of issue. (Google Translate search capabilities). The Resource Directory houses over 3,500 resources and over 1,400 providers in Colorado. Resources range from publicly and privately funded treatment facilities, commercial organizations, faith-based establishments, peer-to-peer support outlets, and self-help groups.

Contact Name
Brittany Ward
Address
P.O. Box 460695
Denver, CO 80246
County
Denver
Telephone
(888)885-1222
Email
bward@rmcrisispartners.org
Website
metrocrisisservices.org/find-services

Sacred Heart House of Denver

Through the In-House Stabilization, Follow-Up and Transitional Housing programs, Sacred Heart House of Denver provides a continuum of services to homeless mothers with children and single women. Its purpose is to help these women achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

Address
2844 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
County
Denver
Telephone
303-296-6686
Email
pa@sacredhearthouse.org
Website
sacredhearthouse.org

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN) offers support and services that provide healing, hope and opportunity to adults, youth and children who have been impacted by domestic or dating violence.

Contact Name
Anne Tapp
Address
835 North Street
Boulder, CO 80304
County
Boulder
Telephone
303-449-8623
303-444-2424 (24/7 Crisis Line Center)
Website
safehousealliance.org

Saint Christopher Inn

The Saint Christopher Inn accommodates family members and friends of patients using local medical facilities. Whether you need lodging for one night or several nights, the Saint Christopher Inn has all the amenities of home and is located conveniently across the street from the Hospital. Owned and operated by and adjacent to Saint Joseph Hospital.

Address
1780 Lafayette Street
Denver, CO 80218
County
Denver
Telephone
720-917-9900
Website
saintjosephdenver.org/services-and-departments/community-clinics/saint-christopher-inn/

Samaritan House

We serve men, women, and children facing homelessness. We help them find a path to self-sufficiency. We provide: A warm bed, clean linens, and toiletries, A hot meal and community atmosphere, Case management and life skills classes, Community resources and referrals

Address
2301 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205
County
Denver
Telephone
303-294-0241
Email
samaritanhouse@ccdenver.org
Website
ccdenver.org/samaritanhouse

Southeast Health Group

Southeast Health Group (SHG) is a private nonprofit corporation providing mental health, substance use disorder, primary care, physical therapy, peer, and wellness services to six rural and frontier Colorado counties – Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero and Prowers. These counties cover a total of 9,600 square miles with an aggregate population of 47,420 people.

SHG offers a full range of health care services to adults, children and families through its three companies: Southeast Mental Health Services, Partnership for Progress and Wellness Works. We provide 24-hour, seven-day-a-week behavioral health crisis intervention and assessment. A discounted/sliding fee schedule is available and no one is refused service due to the inability to pay.

Our caring and competent staff is skilled in the head-to-toe assessment and treatment of a variety of physical and emotional problems, including depression, addiction, anxiety, trauma, children’s issues, relationship issues, and severe and persistent mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia. We take an integrated approach and coordinate care with other medical providers in the region.

7 locations

Contact Name
JC Carrica
Address
711 Barnes Ave (Main office)
La Junta, CO 81050
County
Otero
Telephone
(800) 511-5446
Email
JCarrica@semhs.org
Website
southeasthealthgroup.org/

St. Francis Center

St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness. St. Francis Center is open year-round and serves a daily average of more than 600 people.

We welcome and treat everyone with dignity and respect, offering a safe and inviting place to stay during the day when other shelters are unavailable. More than anything else, St. Francis Center offers hope when it is most needed

Address
2323 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80205
County
Denver
Telephone
303-297-1576
Email
info@sfcdenver.org
Website
sfcdenver.org

The Center for Trauma & Resilience

The Center for Trauma and Resilience is a nonprofit agency that provides culturally and linguistically responsive services to victims of crime and crime prevention education. We serve all victims of crime regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or national origin. All services are offered at no cost in over 41 languages and dialects.

24-Hour Hotline Numbers:
(303) 894-8000 (English)
(303) 718-8289 (Español)

Translation & Interpreting Center:
(303) 996-0976 English
(303) 996-0975 Español
(303) 996-0974 FAX

Address
PO Box 18975
Denver, CO 80218
County
Denver
Telephone
303-894-8000
303-860-0660
Website
traumahealth.org

The Salvation Army

We are already seeing large increases in the number of Americans seeking the basic necessities of life - food, shelter, and warmth.

Address
1370 Pennsylvania St. #100
Denver, CO 80203
County
Denver
Telephone
303.861.4833
Website
salvationarmyusa.org

United Way of Larimer County

United Way helps local children and families succeed in school, work, and life by tackling the source of community challenges and driving change that lasts.

Address
424 Pine St.
Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80524
County
Larimer
Telephone
970-407-7066
1-888-485-0211
Email
connect211@uwaylc.org
Website
uwaylc.org

Weld Food Bank

We work to educate the public about the nature of hunger and poverty. We recognize the need for emergency and supplemental food programs and of other non-profit organizations that meet the critical needs of low-income families.

Contact Name
Bob O'Connor
Address
1108 H Street
Greeley, CO 80631
County
Weld
Telephone
970-356-2199
Website
weldfoodbank.org

Women’s Resource Center

Our community has literally hundreds of resources to help women. We offer a supportive environment where you can find the resources you need to take care of yourself and your family. Whether you need food, shelter and clothing or help with a business plan, we’ll take the time to learn about the unique challenges you face and will help you develop a personalized plan of action to get you back on your feet and on your way to economic self-sufficiency.

Contact Name
Tammy Tyner
Address
679 E. 2nd Ave.
#6
Durango, CO 81301
County
La Plata
Telephone
970-247-1242
Email
programs@wrcdurango.org
Website
wrcdurango.org