Family and Health

Stay healthy.  Search for family necessities and health assistance.

Statewide

Children’s Hospital Colorado

The latest on COVID-19 for parents and families.

720-777-2221

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Colorado Springs Government

COVID-19: What the City of Colorado Springs is doing.

719-385-CITY (2489)

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COVID-19 Housing Resource Center

NHC has compiled COVID-19 resources from every facet of the housing industry so
you are never more than one click away from the information you need.

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Need Help Paying Bills

Statewide assistance programs.

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Colorado Crisis Services

Whatever you’re going through, we’ll help you though it.

844-493-8255

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Coronavirus Resources for Low Income Households

A list of resources to help low-income households navigate critical services during this unprecedented time. 

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Colorado COVID-19 Updates

Coronavirus disease in Colorado: State and National Resources.

 303-389-1687 

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Colorado Department of Human Services

Resources for Coloradans in need during the COVID-19 outbreak.

303-866-5700

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COVID-19 Colorado Resources

Your first stop for information on Colorado’s response to COVID-19.

303-389-1687

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Mile High United Way Colorado

Helps families by providing referrals to child care, financial assistance information, and education about the quality and availability of care. 

1-877-338-CARE

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Denver Metro

Adams Mental Health Foundation

Adams Mental Health Foundation provides housing assistance to the mentally disabled.

303-426-9384

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Centennial Mental Health Center

Providing passionate services to substance abuse disorders

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Clinica Health

Telehealth visits $10 for uninsured Coloradans.

720-4438461

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Colorado Pet Pantry

Provides pet food the first Thursday of the month from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. Pet food is offered for clients with existing pets only.

303-818-0618

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Community Reach Center

Offers a full spectrum of services designed to help residents of Adams County and surrounding Denver areas manage and overcome mental illness, from depression and anxiety to more severe disorders and crisis services.

303-853-3500

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Denver Public Schools Meals

Schedule and locations for food distribution for Denver Public Schools students

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Denver Urban Ministries (DenUM)

DenUM assists with money for security deposits or rent on the first Monday of the month.

303-355-4896

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Eastern Hills Community Church

Shopping/pharmacy trips for higher risk residents, Lunches for kids out of school

25511 E Smoky Hill Rd Aurora CO 80016

303-699-1470

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Food Bank of the Rockies

Helping families thrive by procuring and distributing food and essentials.

303-371-9250

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I Support the Girls International

Feminine products are also available through a collaborative program

240-816-0570

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Onward - State of Colorado

Matching resources for life essentials, training, and finding a job.

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Rebuilding Together

Ensuring that no senior citizen goes without the necessities of life, including shelter, food and public services, and to help low-income seniors remain stable and independent in their own homes

 720-524-0840

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Senior High Rise Food Bank

Senior High Rise Food Bank’s purpose is to provide food to senior citizens in the Denver metropolitan area who without the food provided would go hungry.

303-455-9642

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The INN Between

The INN Between strives to help families and individuals who are facing homelessness in our community to be self-sufficient and sustainable — to no longer be homeless.

303-684-0810

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Arapahoe Mental Health

Arapahoe Mental Health’s mission is to promote individual, family and community wellness by providing exceptional, compassionate, responsive, inclusive and integrated behavioral health care.

303-795-4400

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Colorado Food Bank Association

Focusing on increasing resources to meet the needs for additional food services to the low-income population in Colorado.

970-356-2199

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Comitis Crisis Center

Provides hand sanitizer, powdered/regular Gatorade, Pedialyte, peanut butter, jelly, coffee.
Call in advance.

720-975-0155

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Denver - Colorado AIDS Project

For HIV or AIDs patients and their families, if faced with an eviction, rental assistance may be offered. Vouchers for motel stays, referrals to permanent housing and low-income apartments, and grants to pay a security deposit or first months rent may be offered.

303-837-0166

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Denver Rescue Mission

Provides meals, shelter, hygiene, and acute medical care while encouraging long-term self-sufficiency.

303-297-1815 & 303-313-2440

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Developmental Disabilities Resource Center

Provides leading-edge services that create opportunities for people with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the community.

303-233-3363

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Flatirons Community Church

Provides snow shoveling, other manual work needed along with a food bank Meets at Cherokee Trail High School.

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Healthy Communities Outreach Program

We partner with Denver Health to connect families, children and pregnant women find services for medical, dental, vision, mental health, and developmental problems.

303-602-6770

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Mental Health Center of Denver

Denver’s source for comprehensive and accessible mental health and substance abuse treatment, housing, education and employment services for adults and the leading resource for treatment for children, teens and families.

303-504-6640

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Remerg

Find resources on housing, jobs, food, and healthcare after getting out of prison or jail

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SNAP (food stamps) sign up assistance

A collaborative program with Hunger Free Colorado. Clients can meet with an authorized SNAP representative to sign up for food benefits and other assistance.

800-221-5689

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The Third Way Center

The Third Way Center offers truth and hope to high risk, mentally ill, disadvantaged and often homeless adolescents, and their families.

303-780-9191

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Bienvenidos Food Pantry

The food bank offers emergency food assistance to people in need. 

303-433-6328

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Colorado Health Network

Colorado Health Network is a statewide organization serving individuals living with HIV with a broad spectrum of holistic support services including medical and oral health care, case management, mental health, and substance abuse counseling, nutrition services, and financial assistance.

303-837-0166

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Community Housing Development Association

Community Housing Development Association (CHDA) provides service- supported living opportunities for people with modest means including those with developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance addiction disorder in south metro Denver.

303-999-2328

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Denver Department of Human Services

Offers financial assistance for eligible Denver
residents for rental assistance, evictions, mortgage payments, childcare, food, medical needs, and utilities. DDHS may be able to assist with securing emergency shelter.

720-944-4347

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Denver Salvation Army

Wherever there is a need in Denver, you’ll find the Salvation Army.

303-295-2107

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Developmental Pathways

Developmental Pathways is a Colorado nonprofit agency created to serve persons with developmental disabilities and their families.

303-858-2255

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FindHelp.org

Find food assistance, help paying bills, housing assistance, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hunger Free Hotline

Food pantries and Food Stamp Assistance

720-382-2920

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Mosaic Church of Aurora

Shopping/pharmacy trips for higher risk residents, hand sanitizer, snow shoveling, food bank, translation services (Spanish, Burmese, and Swahili)  Located at 1445 Dayton St Aurora CO 80010  

303-870-6055

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Senior Assistance Center

Provides food, utility and medical assistance, and other services for senior citizens.

303-455-9642

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Sense of Security

Provides rent/mortgage and other assistance for Coloradans undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

303-669-3113

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WeeCycle

Provides diapers for babies serving the Denver Metro area. Baby food available.

720-319-7792

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Woodside Baptist Church

Food Bank located at 8500 E Alameda Ave Denver CO 80247

720-427-7532

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Boulder

Boulder County AIDS Project

The Boulder County AIDS Project provides grants for clients with symptomatic infection who have urgent needs that their regular income cannot cover. Expenses such as rent, insurance premiums and medical bills may be covered.

Phone: 303-444-6121

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Carriage House Community Table

The Carriage House Community Table offers financial assistance for paying rent, prescription medications and eyeglasses. A Director’s Discretionary Fund is available to be primarily used to pay for hotel vouchers when people are sick or for medication.

Phone: 303-442-8300

Emergency Family Assistance Association

EFAA provides Transitional housing, Food, Rent and Deposit, Utilities, Emergency Shelter, Furniture, Medical, Dental and other services.

303-442-3042

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Carriage House Community Table

The Carriage House Community Table offers financial assistance for paying rent, prescription medications and eyeglasses. A Director’s Discretionary Fund is available to be primarily used to pay for hotel vouchers when people are sick or for medication.

Phone: 303-442-8300

Emergency Family Assistance Association

EFAA provides Transitional housing, Food, Rent and Deposit, Utilities, Emergency Shelter, Furniture, Medical, Dental and other services.

303-442-3042

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Colorado Springs

Care and Share Food Bank

and food insecurity in Southern Colorado. Our vision is a hunger-free Southern Colorado.

719-528-1247

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Colorado Springs Food Rescue

 Food Access/Distribution Resources.

719-582-6676

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FamilySPEAK

This site is a tool for strengthening families by providing family support, parent education and knowledge in one accessible location. 

719-466-0099

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Pikes Peak United Way

We enhance youth success and family stability in the Pikes Peak Region by leading and lifting the most vulnerable in our community with mentorship, life resources and real job opportunities.

719-632-1543

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Springs Rescue Mission

Our vision is to see lives transformed and filled with hope as our community works together to fight homelessness, poverty and addiction.

(719)632-1822

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Catholic Charities of Central Colorado

Families and individuals come to us to begin their journey from crisis to stability, to weather the current storm, or to heal a broken spirit.

719-636-2345

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Colorado Springs Salvation Army

Our supportive housing, emergency shelters and group living centers provide housing, food and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to destitute families, seniors and the homeless.

719-636-3891

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Family Resource Network

A family resource center located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, offering a wide variety of family services and tools to assist families in reaching their goals.

866-900-KIDS (5437)

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Pikes Peak Workforce Center

Helping residents of El Paso and Teller Counties with career transition, whether they are unemployed, underemployed, or employed.

719-667-3700

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Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC

If COVID-19 has affected your job, we want to help connect you to the companies in our resilient community hiring right now.

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El Paso County Public Health

Local resources, including rental assistance, food, employment assistance, COVID-19 resources, etc.

719-578-3199

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Mercy’s Gate

For people in crisis, we offer relief and vision for restoration.

719-277-7470

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Solid Rock

Community food pantry.

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Northern Colorado

Centennial Mental Health Center, INC

CMHC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado.

970-522-4392

House of Neighborly Service

Provides services to individuals and families to help overcome, and recover from, the hardships of homelessness.

Phone: 970-667-4939

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OUR Center

Help for people experiencing homelessness.

303-772-5529

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Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Provides meals, shelter, hygiene, and acute medical care while encouraging long-term self-sufficiency.

Phone: 970-224-4302

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Larimer County Human Services

The Department of Human Services assists individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency and security through public assistance programs, services or referrals to community agencies.

Phone: 970-498-7000

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Pueblo Salvation Army

Wherever there’s a need in Pueblo, you’ll find the Salvation Army.

719-543-3656

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Greeley Transitional House

The Greeley Transitional House is the only homeless shelter in Greeley offering emergency and transitional shelter, case management and follow-up programs for homeless families.

Phone: 970-352-3215

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Larimer County Office on Aging

Larimer County Office on Aging provides seniors and/or residents over the age of 60 the ability to apply for public and government assistance from programs.

Phone: 970-498-7750

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Western Slope

Pueblo Salvation Army

Wherever there’s a need in Pueblo, you’ll find the Salvation Army.

719-543-3656

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Grand Valley Catholic Outreach

The Grand Valley Catholic Outreach provides money for housing expenses.  

970-241-3658

 

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