A SLP Colorado

SLP Colorado’s Mission: To provide long term community based residential services to individuals diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury by supporting the growth of maximum independence in the least restrictive environment.

SLP Colorado’s Residential Supported Living program is designed for individuals who are living alone or with family, or may have completed a post-acute or neurobehavioral rehabilitation program and need a structured living environment to support and improve their level of functioning.

SLP Colorado offers a community based residential setting for adults in Parker, Co. Our home is located in a wonderful neighborhood, backs to open space, trails and a park. Services and activities are convenient for our residents, allowing easy access to their community. SLP provides the resources and opportunities, necessary, for each resident to live a diverse, full life.

Contact Name
Teddi Samuel, MA
Address
10706 Flagler Dr
Parker, CO 80134
County
Douglas
Telephone
(720) 412-5730
Email
tsam4@mac.com
Website
slpcolorado.com/
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid

A Wildflower Assisted Living and Care Home Inc

BIAC Partner

We provide care for those with brain injuries in a residential group home SLP setting. We provide ILST, CNA, Medication administration, adult day program, protective over sight, behavior management, and rounding doctor in the residential group home SLP setting.

Contact Name
Nicole Zamparelli-Schiavone
Address
6197 W. 83rd Way
Arvada, CO 80003
County
Jefferson
Telephone
(720)628-9092
Email
nicole@awildflowerassistedliving.com
Website
awildflowerassistedliving.com
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid

Abundant Blessings and Care Assisted Living

Assisted living facilities are for people needing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) but wish to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Assisted living exists to bridge the gap between independent living and nursing homes. Residents in assisted living centers are not able to live by themselves but do not require constant care either. Abundant Blessings and Care Assisted Living helps individuals with needs on a daily basis-including medication management, showering, and meals. Private rooms with baths available. Twenty four hour supervision.

Contact Name
Carol Eiber
Address
2510 South Holly Place
Denver, CO 80222
County
Denver
Telephone
303-478-8174
Email
carol@abundantblessingsandcare.com

Access-2-Homes.

I am, a licensed real estate broker and wheelchair bound. I truly understand your lifestyle, and how your quality of life, your independence are a significant part of who you are. My expertise falls in assisting you in locating, evaluating and acquiring the perfect home that's ADA compliant that meets your specific needs.

Contact Name
Brad Jones
Address
901 Auraria Parkway, Suite 301
Denver, CO 80204
County
Denver
Telephone
303-378-4636
Email
brad@access2homes.net
Website
access2homes.net

Accessible Systems

Home Modifications for people with disabilities and seniors remain safe and independent at home!

Contact Name
Lori Cimoch
Address
61 Hadasta Lane
Woodland Park, CO 80863
County
Teller
Telephone
(719) 419-5032
Email
lori@accessiblemed.com
Website
accessiblemed.com/
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid

Atlantis Community, Inc.

Atlantis Community, Inc. provides direct services to empower people with disabilities, so that they can integrate—with full and equal rights, choice, and self-determination—further into all parts of society: including employment, transportation, recreation, communication, education, access to public places, and affordable, accessible housing.
These direct services include:

  • - Advocacy
  • - Benefits Assistance: including Social Security Benefits
  • - Applications, Foodstamp (SNAP) Applications, Medicare, Medicaid
  • - Information and Referral
  • - Housing Applications and Resources, including Section 8
  • - Community Transition Services (Colorado Choice Transitions)
  • - Peer Counseling
  • - Women's Support Group
  • - Men's Support Group
  • - Financial Management
  • - Life Skills Activities and Training​

  • All of these services are provided at no cost.
    ALL individuals with disabilities are welcome at Atlantis, regardless of the type or severity of the disability.

    Contact Name
    Brittany Newcomb
    Address
    201 S. Cherokee St.
    Denver, CO 80223
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    (303)733-9324
    TTY: (720)258-8418
    Email
    info@atlantiscommunity.org
    Website
    atlantiscommunity.org

    Aurora Residential Alternatives

    Aurora Residential provides progressive community based services, empowering individuals with disabilities to successfully live in their chosen community. ARA includes companies to provide residential, vocational, counseling, nationwide support and business solutions in Wisconsin and Colorado. Our goal is to provide each individual with a residential service that is the closest match to their idea of their "best" life. To do this we develop each program customized to fit each individual's needs and wishes. We work to help each person attain their highest level of independence and happiness and have staff who are trained in independent skills training as well as behavioral training for individuals with more behavioral needs. We have 1:1 or 1:2 staffing ratios to ensure each indivual the best possible care and attention as well as an ability to be involved in community outings at their request. The cost of our program is also very competitive.

    Contact Name
    Mandria Mouw
    Address
    2022 Woodburn St.
    Colorado Springs, CO 80906
    County
    El Paso
    Telephone
    (303)877-7965
    Email
    mbarnard@auroraservices.com
    Website
    auroraservices.com
    Other Notes
    Sliding Scale

    Brain Care

    BIAC Partner

    BrainCare provides daily support for individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI), including traumatic brain injury (TBI). Through a range of services—including specialized living communities, coordinated care, and cognitive rehabilitation with skills training—we help participants relearn lost skills and grow towards independence and self-sufficiency. Our residential options are designed in a continuum fashion with the goal of helping the person move to greater independence. These include an assisted living community and three 8-person houses. The Lodge offers services for individuals that require higher levels of skilled care, and the homes are tailored to meet the needs of each individual. BrainCare’s focus is not just to help our participants recover, but thrive after a brain injury.

    Contact Name
    Stephanie Bevan
    Address
    2502 East Pikes Peak Avenue
    Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    County
    El Paso
    Telephone
    (719) 520-5656
    (719) 466-8777
    Email
    SBevan@rmhcare.org
    Website
    https://www.rmhcare.org/programs/braincare/
    Other Notes
    Sliding Scale

    Catharine’s Quality of Life Homes

    BIAC Partner

    Catharine’s program is designed for individuals who are living alone or with family, or may have completed a post-acute or neurobehavioral rehabilitation program and need a structured living environment to support and improve their level of functioning. This program offers a structured and highly supervised environment for individuals over 18 years of age.

    We provide the following services in a relaxed residential home setting:
    -ADL assistance
    -medication administration
    -protective over sight
    -behavior management
    -home cooked meals
    -activities program

    Address
    PO Box 12159
    Denver, CO 80212
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    (303) 909-8971
    Email
    tdeshano@cqlhomes.com
    Website
    catharinesqualityoflifehomes.com/
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid

    Community Connections, Inc.

    Community Connections, Inc. offers unique and community-based services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Community Connections, Inc. offers services and supports in the family home, residences of adults, vocational/work settings and the community. Nestled in the southwestern region of Colorado, we cover a service area of over 6,584 square miles of mountainous and desert terrain. The counties we serve include La Plata, Montezuma, Archuleta, Dolores and San Juan .

    Contact Name
    Julie Dreyfuss
    Address
    281 Sawyer Dr., Suite 200
    Durango, CO 81303
    County
    La Plata
    Email
    cci@cci-colorado.org
    Website
    cci-colorado.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

    Devereux Cleo Wallace

    Devereux Colorado is proud to be Colorado's premier facility for the treatment of psychiatric, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents ranging in age from 12 to 21. Devereux Colorado works to provide treatment with a focus on the specific issues of the individual youth, while at the same time strengthening the family and teaching them new ways for coping in the future. Ultimately, our goal is stabilize the behaviors that brought a child into treatment so that they may successfully transition to a lesser restrictive setting. We coach the youth and family on adapting new behaviors and learning alternative way to manage behavior.

    Address
    8405 Church Ranch Blvd.
    Westminster, CO 80021
    County
    Broomfield
    Telephone
    303.639.1700
    Website
    cleowallace.org

    EFAA – Emergency Family Assistance Association

    We are a basic needs agency serving low-income residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties. We have a food bank, and we provide one-time financial assistance with rent, deposit, utilities, medical, and other needs. We also operate short-term and transitional housing programs for families with children. Our target population for services is families with children, seniors, and people with disabilities, including brain injuries.

    Contact Name
    Audrey
    Address
    1575 Yarmouth Ave
    Boulder, CO 80304
    County
    Boulder
    Telephone
    (303) 442-3042
    Email
    audrey@efaa.org
    Website
    efaa.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

    Grand Junction Center for Independence

    Center for Independence works to promote community solutions and to empower individuals with disabilities to live independently. Our programs are free and open to anyone with a disability. Please call for appointment.

    Contact Name
    Linda V Taylor
    Address
    740 Guunison Ave.
    Grand Junction, CO 81501
    County
    Mesa
    Telephone
    970-241-0315
    Email
    info@cfigj.org
    Website
    cfigj.org

    Greeley Center for Independence Brain Injury Services

    Campus style Medicaid certified Supported Living Program for adults with brain injury and Specialized Adult Day Services. Eighteen efficiency apartments with 24/7 supervision and support from onsite staff including CNAs, personal care providers and life skill trainers. Day Program 5x/week with social and recreational activities for all ability levels. Greeley Center for Independence, Inc (GCI) is a non-profit agency devoted to improving the lives of people with disabilities. Stephens Brain Injury Campus is a certified provider of services under the Medicaid BI-HCBS Waiver.

    Contact Name
    Jenn Palmer
    Address
    2774 Reservoir Road
    Greeley, CO 80634
    County
    Weld
    Telephone
    (970)506-0008
    Email
    jpalmer@gciinc.org
    Website
    gciinc.org/
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid
    Sliding Scale

    HERO Alliance

    The HERO Alliance provides homeownership education, counseling, resources and support to persons with any disability in Colorado. HERO programs include housing counseling, information referrals, outreach and education, and homeownership advocacy.

    Contact Name
    Laura Thompson
    Address
    11177 W. 8th Ave.
    Lakewood, CO 80215
    County
    Jefferson
    Telephone
    (720)941-8901
    Email
    hero_alliance_colo@yahoo.com
    Website
    heroalliance.org/

    Hilltop Life Adjustment Program

    Our program is home to over 70 adults and serves those who otherwise cannot successfully be independent in the community. Common to these individuals are needs for medical support, medication administration, money management, cognitive/memory problem solving, insight into judgment issues, and the need for behavioral supportive management.

    Address
    1405 Wellington
    Grand Junction, CO 81501
    County
    Mesa
    Telephone
    970-245-3952
    Email
    corpinfo@htop.org
    Website
    htop.org/
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid

    Home Builders Foundation

    Established in 1993 as the philanthropic arm of the Home Builders Association, the Home Builders Foundation is a Denver-based nonprofit whose mission is to provide accessibility solutions and home modifications for individuals with disabilities and financial need.

    The goal of the HBF is to help restore a level of independence for people with disabilities and a financial need by providing solutions to accessibility challenges. For example, we build ramps, widen doorways, and make bathrooms and kitchens accessible. Through the collaborated efforts of the home building industry, other nonprofits, companies, organizations and individuals, the HBF changes lives by providing home modifications which help people remain in their own home with dignity and independence.

    Four criteria for assistance are: an accessibility need, a financial need, the home is owned and it is located in the 8-county Denver Metro Area. The application process entails a phone intake, an application with complete financial information, site visit, review by Gifting Committee and Board of Directors. The length of time that it takes to review and complete a project depends on the availability of our network of volunteers as well as funds available at the time of the request. However, on average it takes 3-4 months.

    Contact Name
    Beth Forbes
    Address
    9033 E. Easter Place
    Suite 200
    Centennial, CO 80112
    County
    Arapahoe
    Telephone
    303-551-6721
    Email
    bforbes@hbfdenver.org
    Website
    hbfdenver.org

    Horizons Specialized Services

    Horizons works in partnership with families and communities to expand opportunities for individuals with, or at risk of, developmental disabilities. Horizons Specialized Services (Horizons) was created in 1975 to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities in the five counties of northwest Colorado: Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco and Routt.

    Contact Name
    Roxane Miller-Freutel
    Address
    P.O. Box 774867
    Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
    County
    Routt
    Telephone
    970-879-0412
    Website
    horizonsnwc.org/

    Housing Solutions for the Southwest

    To promote a socially and economically balanced community by providing assistance and services to very low-to-moderate income families, individuals, elderly, disabled and special needs populations in areas including, but not limited to, housing and energy conservation in Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma and San Juan Counties.

    Contact Name
    Irene Barry
    Address
    295 Girard Street
    Durango, CO 81303
    County
    La Plata
    Telephone
    970-259-1086 ext.22
    Email
    ibarry@swhousingsolutions.com
    Website
    swhousingsolutions.org

    Loan Simple Inc.

    Sometimes disabled persons can live independently but do not have the financial means to qualify for a home purchase on their own; however, both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac offer programs addressing precisely this circumstance. These programs are designed to allow qualifying family members to purchase a home for their disabled loved ones.

    As a Mortgage Specialist, I offer a free consultation to those who would like to learn more about how such programs work. Please contact me to learn more.

    Daniel McGregor NMLS #235061
    Loan Simple, Inc. NMLS #3032 - (866) 467-3157

    Contact Name
    Daniel McGregor
    Address
    9635 Maroon Circle
    Suite 100
    Englewood, CO 80112
    County
    Arapahoe
    Telephone
    (303) 863-1953
    (303) 565-2649
    Email
    dmcgregor@loansimple.com
    Website
    loansimple.com/lo/dan-mcgregor
    Other Notes
    Sliding Scale

    Longs Peak Energy Conservation

    LPEC provides improvements to safety, energy efficiency, comfort and general repair of the homes of eligible clients through a variety of different programs. Programs -Energy Conservation/Weatherization -Provides cost-effective, energy-efficient improvements and ugrades for eligible homes in Boulder, Larimer, Broomfield and Gilpin counties. -Housing Rehabilitation -Assistance with home repairs for eligible residents of the city of Boulder and Boulder County outside of Longmont. -Neighborhood Energy Sweeps -Free energy-efficiency education and materials delivered to targeted neighborhoods by volunteers.

    Contact Name
    Carlene H. Linares
    Address
    2450 Central Ave
    Suite J
    Boulder, CO 80301
    County
    Boulder
    Telephone
    303-441-1716
    1-800-200-9006
    Website
    longspeakenergy.org

    Montrose Center for Independence

    Center for Independence works to promote community solutions and to empower individuals with disabilities to live independently. Peer relationships (people with disabilities assisting others with disabilities) are the basis of what we do at CFI. People work with each other by being mentors, role models and advocates.

    Additional Locations:
    Grand Junctions
    Glenwood Springs

    Address
    245 S. Cascade, Suite B
    Montrose, CO 81401
    County
    Montrose
    Telephone
    970-822-7010
    Website
    cfigj.org/

    Mosaic in Western Colorado

    Mosaic in Western Colorado provides a life of possibilities for 60 people supported to have a meaningful life in a caring community, giving people a voice. We provide residential, semi-independent, private pay and day program services. Primarily funded through Medicaid Waiver (DD & SLS) unless private pay service is selected.

    Address
    2456 Industrial Blvd
    Grand Junction, CO 81506
    County
    Mesa
    Telephone
    (970)245-0519
    Email
    info@mosaicinfo.org
    Website
    mosaicinwesterncolorado.org
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid

    Mr. Handyman of NE Colorado Springs

    Maintenance and Repair

    Contact Name
    Kenneth Ross
    Address
    6889 Forestgate Dr
    Colorado Springs, CO 80908
    County
    El Paso
    Telephone
    (719) 597-6355

    NavigateHome

    NavigateHome is an online resource for those looking and providing housing and care. We are a free resource for those families looking for housing and care for a loved one. How we are different from other housing resources: real rooms, real time, real prices with direct contact between the care facilities and those searching for care facilities.

    Contact Name
    Brittany Green
    Address
    4834 E Kentucky Ave
    Unit E
    Denver, CO 80246
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    (720) 202-0289
    (970) 682-3924
    Email
    brittany@navigatehome.com
    Website
    navigatehome.com/
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid
    Sliding Scale

    NeuroInternational

    NeuroInternational specializes in providing a full continuum of residential neurorehabilitation support services and resources to persons with traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury, closed head injury, spinal cord injury and other neurological conditions. NeuroInternational is the industry’s most dedicated and diverse provider of quality brain injury rehabilitation services. Through hard work, commitment, dedication, as well as employing caring and trained employees, we will continue to build treatment programs and sustain our reputation as the industry’s premier provider of brain injury rehab services. We will be tenacious in our goal of keeping families and clients at the center of everything we do. NeuroInternational offers a personalized and comprehensive neurorehabilitation, neurobehavioral, functional vocational, & supported living services in a variety of residential and outpatient settings. NeuroInternational’s outcome-driven support services are specially designed to address the complex medical, emotional, vocational and physical needs of individuals who suffer from life-changing brain and spinal cord injury and disease. Our comprehensive post-acute ABI and SCI recovery programs provide highly individualized services necessary to enable people to live as independently as possible in a community setting. NeuroInternational is a progressive comprehensive TBI rehab model which focuses on all aspects of recovery.

    Contact Name
    Tammy Boyd
    Address
    4004 Fruitville Road
    Sarasota, FL 34232
    Telephone
    (941)870-4129
    Email
    referral@neurointernational.com
    Website
    neurointernational.com

    Personal Affordable Living Inc

    PAL is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation organized for the sole purpose of establishing affordable, community based housing for individuals with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities. PAL rents two-bedroom apartments to 2 individuals who will live in a roommate situation, paying $500 each per month for rent, or to 1 individual who can afford the entire $1000 per month rent. PAL apartments are located throughout Jefferson County. Residents need to be receiving services through DDRC to participate in the PAL Program.

    Contact Name
    Deanna Custer
    Address
    PO Box 98
    Golden, CO 80402
    County
    Jefferson
    Telephone
    303-422-5345
    Email
    personalaffordableliving@yahoo.com
    Website
    personalaffordableliving.webs.com/

    Rebuilding Together Metro Denver

    Everyone deserves a safe and healthy home. Rebuilding Together Metro Denver and its network of sponsors and volunteers provide crucial home repairs, safety modifications and energy efficiency upgrades to qualified homeowners and community centers in need.

    Contact Name
    Deirdre Erkman, Program Associate
    Address
    12567 W. Cedar Drive
    Suite 200
    Lakewood, CO 80228
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    720-524-0840
    Email
    info@rebuildingdenver.org
    Website
    rebuildingdenver.org

    Roundup Fellowship

    Roundup Fellowship serves people with developmental disabilities-recognizing their dignity, affirming their ability to contribute, and helping them become as productive and self-reliant as possible. Our array of services include: homes for children and adults, an on-ground school and day treatment program, supported-living apartments, a vocational program, community participation program, and in-home support for families. In every setting, Roundup seeks to enable each participant to develop the skills and attitudes needed to function at home, on the job, and in society.

    Contact Name
    Jim Vander Kamp
    Address
    3443 South Galena Street, Suite 310
    Denver, CO 80231
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    303-757-8008
    Website
    rup.org

    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

    Single Family Housing Repair Loans & Grants

    Also known as the Section 504 Home Repair program, this provides loans to very-low-income homeowners to repair, improve or modernize their homes or grants to elderly very-low-income homeowners to remove health and safety hazards.

    Who may apply for this program?
    To qualify, you must:
    Be the homeowner and occupy the house
    Be unable to obtain affordable credit elsewhere
    Have a family income below 50 percent of the area median income
    For grants, be age 62 or older and not be able to repay a repair loan

    What is an eligible area? Applicants may check the address of their home to determine eligibility.

    How may funds be used? Loans may be used to repair, improve or modernize homes or remove health and safety hazards Grants must be used to remove health and safety hazards

    Is there a deadline to apply? Home loans are available year round as long as funding is available Home loan applications are processed in the order they are received

    How long does an application take? Approval times depend on funding availability in your area. Talk to a USDA home loan specialist in your area for help with the application

    Why does USDA Rural Development do this? Helping people stay in their own home and keep it in good repair helps families and their communities. Homeownership helps families and individuals build savings over time. It strengthens communities and helps many kinds of businesses that support the local economy.

    NOTE: Because citations and other information may be subject to change, please contact your local office for assistance.

    Address
    Denver Federal Center Building 56
    Room 2300 PO Box 25426
    Denver, CO 80225-0426
    Telephone
    (720) 544-2903
    Email
    codirinquiries@co.usda.gov
    Website
    rd.usda.gov/programs-services/single-family-housing-repair-loans-grants

    Southwest Center for Independence

    Southwest Center for Independence supports independent living by and for people with disabilities, and facilitates change within the community for the inclusion of all people. We envision a world where all people with disabilities are valued friends and neighbors, receiving the supports they need to lead the lives they desire, defining their own quality of life and contributing back to the community.


    Advocacy: Through systems advocacy, we educate our community on behalf of people with disabilities not only to change society’s attitudes but also to improve physical access to different facilities, such as housing, healthcare and transportation. In addition, through individual advocacy, we train people to take charge of life choices and overcome situations that reduce the potential for independence.
    Information and Referral: We connect people with local, regional and national agencies that may give them the support they need.
    Peer Support: We match people with similar disabilities who also share similar interests and goals with one another and provide the meeting space so that they can begin to build a supportive relationship and avoid isolation, a common problem among people who have disabilities and that often leads to depression, decreased self-esteem and hopelessness.
    Independent Living Skills Training: Upon request, we provide training and problem solving to help people be more independent in different life areas.
    Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers: Program provides rental assistance to 75 low-income people/families with disabilities.Under the Federal Section 8 program, funded by the Department of Housing & Urban Development, we provide a rental subsidy to people with disabilities who meet the HUD income requirements. We provide more than clerical support

    Contact Name
    Martha Mason
    Address
    3473 Main Ave, #23
    Durango, CO 81301
    County
    La Plata
    Telephone
    (970) 259-1672
    Email
    admin@swilc.org
    Website
    https://swindependence.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

    Stacy’s Helping Hand, Inc

    We help the elderly and disabled find the care they need. We act as Short Term Care Managers and specialize in helping families find care facilities for their loved ones. We offer a free consultation.

    Contact Name
    Pam Silverberg
    Address
    4155 E. Jewell Ave
    Suite 1108
    Denver, CO 80222
    County
    Denver
    Telephone
    (720)620-3754
    Email
    pam@stacyshelpinghand.com
    Website
    stacyshelpinghand.com
    Other Notes
    We accept Medicaid
    Sliding Scale

    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

    To The Rescue

    We provide Respite Care, Homemaking Services, Personal Care Services, and Companionship in the home. We have an Adult Day Program with facility based activities as well as outings each day. We provide transportation. We provide these services to a wide range of physically and developmentally disabled individuals, including those with brain injuries.

    Contact Name
    Kelly Mullins
    Address
    10270 S. Progress Way, Suite A
    Parker, CO 80134
    County
    Douglas
    Telephone
    (720)851-2100
    Email
    co_projectManager@ToTheRescue.net
    Website
    totherescue.net

    Tri County Housing and Community Development Corp

    Tri-County Housing & Community Development Corporation serves people and communities through facilitation of quality affordable housing & community projects.

    Contact Name
    Shelly Pfeiff
    Address
    34385 Hwy 167; PO Box 87
    Fowler, CO 81039
    County
    Otero
    Telephone
    719-263-5168
    1-888-243-4564
    Website
    tchcdc.org

    Volunteers of America Colorado – Veterans Back Home Program

    The Back Home Program is operated by Volunteers of America Colorado through the Veteran Administration's Support Services For Veterans Families Grant. The program provides financial assistance for low-income veterran families who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless. Program participants also receive transportation assistance and employment/education services. We have and currently assist participants suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries(TBI). We currently have offices in Denver, Pueblo, Alamosa, Durango, Grand Junction, Eagle, Greeley, Fort Collins, and a mobile team. We serve every county in the state excluding El Paso County.

    Contact Name
    Brenton Hutson
    Address
    1247 Santa Fe Drive
    Denver, CO 80204
    Telephone
    (303)297-0408
    Email
    bhutson@voacolorado.org
    Website
    voacolorado.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