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Introduction The McKinney-Vento Act is a federal law that protects the educational rights of school-aged children in homeless situations and guarantees school enrollment for anyone who, due to a lack of permanent housing, lives in inadequate or temporary settings, such as: ● In emergency or transitional shelters ● In motels, hotels or campgrounds ● In cars, parks, public places, bus or train stations, or abandoned buildings Doubled up with relatives or friends ● In these conditions and is a migratory child or youth Homeless and unaccompanied youth lacking fixed, regular and adequate housing have the following rights: ● A permanent address is not needed to enroll in school ● Students Won’t be denied enrollment in a DPS school in instances Where school records or other enrollment documents are not immediately available ● Students can remain in their same school (school of origin) even if their family moves ● Transportation services to and from school of origin Schools must provide Written explanation if a placement dispute occurs ● Students automatically qualify to participate in free breakfast and lunch programs on the campus ● Participation in extracurricular activities and all federal, state or local programs for which a student is eligible The HEN staff encourages individuals to review the available resources listed within this Resource Directory. individuals can call 2-1-1 at any time for resource assistance from United Way, and also schools may be able to connect individuals with resources.

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Eviction and Rent Assistance Adventist Community Services - Community Lift Denver 5045 W. lst Ave, Denver 80219 303.935.7389 Broadway Assistance Center 1449 W. Littleton Blvd., Suite 100, Littleton 80120 303.893.4108 Catholic Charities St. Veronica Outreach Ministry 4045 Pecos St., Denver 80211 720.377.1313 Monday-Friday; 8 to 8:45 am. Appointments are limited and based on funding and availability. Denver Urban Ministries 1717 E. Colfax Ave., Denver 80218 303.355.4896 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 9 am. to 3:30 pm., Wednesday; 9 am. to Noon Call for rent assistance availability, program and boundary guidelines. Denver Department of Human Services (DDHS) Castro Building 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver, 80204 720.944.3666 (Press 3) Jewish Family Service, Safety Net Program 3201 South Tamarac Dr., Denver, 80231 Monday-Thursday 8:15 am. to 4:45 pm., Friday 8:15 am. to 4:30 p.m. Call 720.248.4716 for information on Emergency Assistance grant program Labor’s Community Agency, Inc. 7510 VV. Mississippi Ave. Suite 230, Lakewood 80226 303.744.6169 The Mile High Rental Assistance Hotline English: 303.5612130 Spanish: 303.561.2133 TTY/TDD: 303.433.8900 Access to referrals and information on rental assistance programs by zip code across the Denver 2

County area. Have a pen and paper ready. Mennonite Urban Ministry 430 W. 9th Ave., Denver 80204 303.892.1039 Salvation Army 2201 Stout St., Denver 80205 303.295.3366 Southwest Improvement Council 1000 S. Lowell Blvd., Denver 80219 303.934.8057 Volunteers of America 2660 Larimer St., Denver 80205 303.297.0408 Saint Anthony of Padua Saint Vincent de Paul Society 3801 W. Ohio Ave., Denver 80219 303.935.2431 Saint Mary Magdalene Saint Vincent de Paul Society 2771 Zenobia St., Denver 80212 303.477.4533 Saint Paul Local Assistance Ministry 1600 Grant St., Denver 80203 720.274.4710

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Emergency Shelter Women & Children: Access Housing 6978 Colorado Blvd., Commerce City 80022 303.289.7078 Not an emergency shelter, dependent on availability Brandon Center Shelter P.O Box 140809, Denver, 80204 303.620.9190 Shelter for women and children with case manager support. An income and intake evaluation is required. Champa House Shelter (Catholic Charities) 2544 Champa St., Denver 80205 303.294.9961 18-month transitional program Denver Safehouse 1649 Downing St., Denver 80218 303.830.2660 Fr. Ed Judy House 4024 Newton St., Denver 80236 303.866.7641 Transitional women’s shelter Gathering Place 1535 High St., Denver 80218 303.321.4198 Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women and children. Services include clothing, resources, meals, day care and shelter. House of Hope 3301 S. Grant St., Englewood 80113 303.762.9525 Sacred Heart Shelter 4

2844 Lawrence St., Denver 80205 303.296.6686 30-day shelter Samaritan House (Catholic Charities) 2301 Lawrence St., Denver 80205 303.294.0241 4-month shelter based on lottery system

Men & Children (including dual-parent families): Comitis 2178 Victor St. Aurora 80045 303.343.9890 Overflow shelter (7 p.m. - 7 a.m.) Growing Home 3489 W. 72nd Ave. Ste. 12, Westminster 80030 303.426.0430 Shelter and transformational housing programs Jeffco Action Center 8755 VV. 14th Ave, Lakewood 80214 303.237.0713 Emergency shelter Family Promise Shelter (formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network) 450 Lipan St., Denver 80204 303.675.0713 90-day church program, which requires moving to a different church each week Samaritan House (Catholic Charities) 2301 Lawrence St., Denver 80205 303.294.0241 4-month shelter based on lottery system Motel Vouchers: Samaritan House Shelter 5

2301 Lawrence St., Denver 80205 303.294.0241 In an emergency situation, a single night motel voucher is available after 5 p.m. Denver Police Department 1331 Cherokee St., Denver 80204 A single night voucher is available after 8 p.m. Children must be present. Denver Department of Human Services (DDHS) 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 Monday-Friday; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Request services from the Homeless Assistance Unit during business hours. Children must be present Transitional Housing (requires income): Access Housing 6987 Colorado Blvd. Commerce City 80022 303.289.7078 2-bedroom duplexes and row homes Decatur Place 1155 Decatur St., Denver 80204 303-893-2718 2-year transitional housing program Denver Rescue Mission Crossing Star Program 6090 Smith Rd., Denver 80216 303.953.3900 or 303.953.3963 18 month transitional shelter program Family Homestead 999 Decatur St., Denver 80219 303.623.6514 90-day emergency housing and 6-month transitional Interfaith Community Services 3370 S. Irving St., Englewood, 80110 303.789.0501 Up to two year supportive housing Joshua Station 2330 Mulberry Pl., Denver 80205 303.592.1555 6

3-month emergency, and 15-month transitional program Lambuth Center Shelter (Salvation Army) 2741 Federal Blvd., Denver 80211 303.477.3758 18-month transitional shelter VOA Transformational Housing 1316 26th St., Denver 80205 303.297.7758 5-year transitional program Warren Village 1323 Gilpin St., Denver 80218 303.320.5020 2-year transitional housing program First Month Rent and Deposit Programs: Denver Department of Human Services, GA/Homeless Unit Castro Building – 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 720.944.2031 Monday-Friday; 9 am. to 3 p.m. Requirements:   

The applicant must have lived in Denver for a minimum of 60 days The applicant must have been homeless for a minimum of 60 days When you apply for first month’s rent, you are responsible for finding your own housing (no security deposit help)

Family Rescue Ministry (formerly Family and Senior Homeless Initiative) 303.313.2440 Program referral form available, Contact DPS HEN for assistance. Services: 

First full month's rent and security deposit for an apartment or home selected by the family  Rent cannot be more than 60% of monthly net income  Matches each family with a mentoring team, who provides various types of services, support, and coaching toward self sufficiency Qualifications:  

Homeless (cannot be in a lease at the time of contacting FRM) Either a senior (age 60 +) or a family. A family must have at least one child age 17 or 7

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younger in legal custody Documented and verifiable source of legal income to cover monthly expenses. No felony in previous 12 months. Background check and drug screening

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Denver Human Services Denver Human Services Castro Building, 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 East Office, 3815 Steele St., Denver, 80205 Montbello Satellite Office, 4685 Peoria St., Denver 80239 Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm. Application Process:    

Online at http://www.denvergov.org/HumanServices In-person at any location listed above Mail application to one of the locations listed above An intake interview is required to receive services. Interviews are conducted Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If they are unable to interview you the same day you bring in your application, an appointment will be scheduled for a future date and time.  For assistance filling out the application, visit a location or call 720.944.2975 Food Assistance: 

Applicants must schedule an interview. if you Wish to request to have a face-to-face interview waived due to a hardship, call 720.944.2957 or 720.944.2909 Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)/Colorado Works (CW): 

Applicants must schedule an interview to review the application and determine eligibility for food assistance and Medicaid programs. Upon approval applicants are required to attend orientation that includes an overview of the Colorado Works/TANF requirements and an assessment to determine your employment plan. Adult Categories 

Old Age Pension (OAP), Aid to the Needy and Disabled (AND), Medicaid Savings Programs (QMB, SLMB). Applicants must schedule an interview.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Family Support Services 2111 Champa St., Denver 80205 303.312.9700 | 303.293.2217 Walk-ins Welcome on Mondays at 11 am. Call resource line at 303-312-9700. lf you are a family with children under the age of 18 and are homeless, Family Resources can provide: *Walk-in service available.  Housing referrals and Information*  Assistance with benefits*  Resource referrals*  Bus Tokens/Donations when available*  Shelter information*  Medicaid enrollment*

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Emergency Food Hunger Free Hotline 855.855.4626 The Hunger Free Hotline is a multilingual toll-free number that connects Coloradans to needed food. It is a free "one-stop" resource that offers geographically-based referrals to both public and private food assistance programs throughout the state. Hunger Free screens for all federal nutrition assistance programs, keeps all information confidential and is open to all individuals, regardless of legal status. Food Banks Visit http://employassistdenver.wordpress.com/denver-area-food-banks or contact the food bank for more information. 

Acts Food Bank 3405 Downing St., Denver 80205 303.477.0006



Adventist Community Services 5045 W. lst Ave., Denver 80219 303.935.7386



Broadway Asst. Center at St. Joseph 606 W. 6th Ave., Denver 80204 303.893.4108



The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception 1530 Logan St., Denver 80203 303.831.7010



Catholic Charities 2525 W. Alameda, Denver 80219 303.742.0828



Community Ministry 3096 S. Sheridan Blvd., Denver 80227 303.936.0469



Crossroads of the Rockies 10

4201 W. Kentucky, Denver 80219 303.922.8772 

Curtis Park Community Center 2862 Champa St., Denver 80205 303.295.2399



Denver Indian Center 4407 Morrison Rd., Denver 80219 303.936.2688



Cornerstone Church 2750 S. Clermont Dr., Denver 80222 303.756.9443



Denver Inner City Parish 910 Galapago St., Denver 80204 303.629.0636



Denver Urban Ministries 1717 E. Colfax, Denver 80218 303.355.4896



Family Preservation Family Support 4685 Peoria, Denver 80239 303.373.9011



Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. 2823 Fairfax St., Denver 80207 303.388.0918



Hope Food Bank Ministry 2857 Colorado Blvd., Denver 80207 303.388.8980



House Beside the Road Food 3420 Franklin St., Denver 80205 303.293.8995 11



Metro CareRing 1100 E. 18th Ave., Denver 80205 303.860.7200



Metro Food Bank 2450 Clay St., Denver 303.238.2132



Metropolitan Community Church 960 Clarkson St., Denver 80218 303.860.1819



Montbello Co-Op Ministers 4685 Peoria St., Denver 80239 303.375.5501



Park Hill SDA Church 3385 Albion St., Denver 80207 303.333.5089



Rose of Sharon Food Bank 5306 Lincoln St., Denver 80216 303.308.1652



Servicios de la Raza 4055 Tejon St., Denver 80211 303.458.5851



St. Anthony of Padu 3801 VV. Ohio Ave., Denver 80219 303.935.2431



St. Vincent De Paul Parish 2375 E. Arizona Ave., Denver 80210 303.744.6119



Twin Parishes 12

3663 Humboldt St., Denver 80205 303.294.0684

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Job Assistance Denver Indian Center 4407 Morrison Road, Denver 80219 303.936.2688 Eligibility Requirements:       

American Indian with tribal identification or degree of Indian blood Unemployed and seeking permanent employment State driver’s license or identification Social Security Card 18 years old Bring original documents (no photo-copies) with you to the intake meeting lf you are under-employed and living in poverty, call to learn about services available for individuals and families

Denver Workforce Centers 

Denver Workforce Center at Speer 1391 N. Speer Blvd., Suite 500, Denver 80204 720.865.5619 | Fax: 720.865.5685



Denver Workforce Center Youth Services 1391 N. Speer Blvd., Suite 520, Denver 80204 720.865.5700 | Fax: 720.865.5681



Denver Workforce Center at DIA 8500 Peña Blvd.I 5th Level, Main Terminal, West Side, Denver 80249 303.342.2590 | Fax: 303.342.2592



Denver Workforce Center at Montbello 4685 Peoria St., Suite 251, Denver 80239 720.865.4800 | Fax: 720.865.4801



Denver Workforce Center at Westside 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 720.944.1615 | Fax: 720.944.4131

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2828 N. Speer Blvd. Suite 201, Denver 80211 Fax: 303.433.3035 [email protected] DenverWorks empowers unemployed and individuals with employment barriers to become selfsupporting through job preparation and placement. Employer Services Jobs Unit: 720.913.1648 | Fax: 720.913.1652 [email protected] Metro Migrant Education Program 15701 E. lst Ave., Suite 217, Aurora, 80011 303.365.5817 | Fax: 303.326.1283 The federal Migrant Education Program (MEP) is authorized by Title l-Part C of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Title 1-Part C provides formula grants to State Educational Agencies to establish or improve education Emergency Food programs for migrant children. MEP utilizes these grants to provide additional educational opportunities for migrant children. Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers Contact: Olga Ruiz, [email protected] 303.318.8802 The Colorado Department of Labor & Employment administers a bilingual Assistance (English/Spanish) outreach program to assist with:  applications  counseling  testing  job training  referrals to supportive service agencies  job placement For educational support for migrant families with school-aged children, call 303.365.5817.

Mile High United Way Center for Family Opportunity College View Elementary School 2675 S. Decatur St., Denver 80219 720.424.8688 Monday-Friday; 8:30 am. to 5:30 p.m. The DPS Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) has partnered with Mile High United Way to provide classes and services at no-cost for adults, minimum age 18, in the 15

southwest Denver community. This program supports individuals and families by providing a range of economic services that foster economic self-sufficiency. Services are available to all members of the community.

Emily Griffith Technical College (ESL/GED) Offered in English Interested participants must take a test prior to participating in classes

Mile High United Way Center for Family Opportunity Location: College View Elementary School Goodwill Industries Workforce Development: 

Classes include resume and cover letter Writing, basic computer skills, and job Search support  Select classes offered in Spanish  One-on-one coaching available Empowered Financial Coaching  303.233.2773  Mondays & Tuesdays  Offered in English  Financial coaching offered in English and Spanish VITA Tax Preparation (Free Tax Prep)  

Appointments will be available. Please call for more information Located at Mile High Center at College View Elementary

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Birth Certificate/ID Assistance Colorado Collaborative ID Project 1905 Sherman St., Suite 400, Denver 80203 303.837.1321 Monday-Friday; 8.30 am. to 4:30 pm. Walk-in hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 8 to 11 am. DenUM 1717 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 80218 303.355.4896 Father Woody’s Haven of Hope 1101 W. 7th Avenue, Denver, 303.607.0855 Holy Ghost Church 1900 California St., Denver 80203 303.297.3411 Assists with birth certificates, iDs, CBI, and work tools Provides five clients per session on a first come, first serve basis Provides financial assistance, individuals must have paperwork needed for the DMV Interfaith Community Services 3370 S. Irving St., Englewood 80110 303.785.0501 Birth certificate only Accept walk- and call-ín Metro CareRing 1100 E. 18th Ave., Denver 80218 303.860.7200 Monday-Friday; 9:30 am. to l3 pm. Appointment only on Tuesday and Thursday; 6 to 8 pm. Identification and birth certificate services available the first of the month lD is required for each family member seeking services Call ahead to schedule an appointment Stout Street Clinic 2130 Stout St., Denver 80205 17

303.293.2220 Monday-Friday; 7 am. to 4 pm., Wednesday; Noon to 7 pm. Closed the first Wednesday of each month Assistance with identification

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Domestic Violence Resources Emergency Shelters Alternatives to Family Violence 303.289.4441 www.atfv-adamsco.org Battered Women Assistance (Denver) -- Project Safeguard 303.863.7233 www.psghelps.org Battered Women Support -- Domestic Violence Initiative for Women w/ Disabilities 303.839.5510 www.dviforwomen.org Bilingual Program SafeHouse Denver 303.302.6115 | 24-hour crisis line: 303.318.9989 Colorado Anti-Violence Program 303-839-5204 www.coavp.org Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence 303.831.9632 or 1.800.778.7091 www.ccadv.org Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance 303.861.1160 www.coloradocrimevictims.org Denver Center for Crime Victims English: 303.894.8000 | Spanish: 303.718.8289 www.denvervictims.org Denver Human Services 720.944.1381 DOVE Advocacy for Deaf Abused Women & Children 19

303.831.7874 24-hour crisis line Gateway, Arapahoe County 303.343.1851 www.gatewayshelter.org Jewish Community Response to Domestic Violence 303.825.HELP (4357) Latina Safehouse Initiative 303.433.4470 www.latinasafehouse.net Legal Advocacy and Assistance Clinic: Project Safeguard 303.863.7416 | Denver- 303.863.7233 Arapahoe- 303.344.9016 Adams- 303.637.7761 Legal and Restraining Orders/Asian Pacific Development Center 303.923.2920 Project Safeguard 1.888.723.3473 Rape Assistance and Awareness Program (RAAP) 303.329.9922 Temp Restraining Order Clinic 303.863.7416 SafeHouse Denver 303.318.9989 www.safehouse-denver.org Servicios de la Raza 303.458.5851 Women's Crisis Center Douglas County 303.688.8484 20

Women In Crisis Jefferson County www.thefamilytree.org 303.420.6752

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Child Care Assistance Programs Denver CCAP 720.944.KIDS (5437) - Denver County residents www.DenverCCAP.org The Denver Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) helps eligible families afford child care. CCAP provides financial assistance for newborns to children up to age 13 and for special needs youth up through age 18. They are currently accepting applications from parents who are:  

Employed or self-employed and eam at least minimum wage for the hours worked. Attending high school, attending college for your first bachelor's degree or other vocational program, or working towards earning a GED or ESL. (Denver may cover up to 12 months of education support.) For individuals currently searching for employment, Denver CCAP may cover up to 30 days:  

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Scan and email application and documents to: [email protected] Drop the documents in a CCAP Drop Box at: o Denver Human Services building located at 1200 Federal Blvd. Drop boxes are located on the 1st floor near the lst floor security desk and in the Self-Service Center. Attention: CCAP o Montbello DHS Office building located at 4685 Peoria St. Drop box is located in the lobby. Attention: CCAP o East DHS Office building located at 3815 Steel St. Drop box is located in the lobby. Attention: CCAP Mail your application to: Denver Human Services 1200 Federal Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80204 Attention: CCAP Fax: 720.944.3330 Attention: CCAP

Find Child Care www.qualistar.org 303.339.6800 DPS Office of Extended Learning http://dce.dpsk12.org 720.424.8240

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Legal Resources Bankruptcy Clinic U.S. Bankruptcy Court 721 19th St., Denver 80202 2nd Tuesday of each month; 1:30 to 3 p.m. Child Support Enforcement Services 1437 Bannock St., Room 368, Denver 80202 3rd Thursday of every other month; noon to l p.m. Collections Clinic City and County Building, 1437 Bannock St., Room 117, Denver 80202 3rd Thursday of each month; 11 am. to l p.m. Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans Legal Clinic Matthews Center, 3030 Downing St., Denver 2nd Tuesday of each month; noon to 2 p.m. www.cobar.org/COLawyers4COVeterans Colorado Poverty Law Project Legal Clinic Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Stout Street Clinic 2100 Broadway St., Denver 80205 3rd Wednesday of each month; 4 to 6 p.m. This free monthly legal clinic provides resources on: housing, consumer, small claims, family, employment, benefits, and identification. Volunteer attorneys answer general on-the-spot questions and providing referrals. Doing Your Own Divorce Clinic 1437 Bannock St., Courtroom 368, Denver 80202 3rd Wednesday of each month; noon to 1:30 p.m. Family Law Legal Clinic Office of Economic Development 1200 Federal Blvd., Room 1018, Denver 80204 3rd Tuesday of each month; 5:30 to 7 pm. www.courts.state.co.us Legal Night at Mi Casa 360 Acoma, Denver 80204 303.573.1302 23

3rd Tuesday of each month; 5:30 to 7 pm. Legal Night at El Centro de San Juan Diego 2830 Lawrence St, Denver 80205 303.295.9470 1st Wednesday of each month; 5:30 to 7 p.m. Small Claims Clinic City and County Building 1437 Bannock St., Room 117, Denver 80202 3rd Tuesday of each month; 11 am. to 1 p.m.

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Medical Resources DPS Medicaid and School Based Clinics 720.423.3661 | 720.423.2660 Meet one-on-one to enroll children into CHP+ or Medicaid Map of schools served: http://goo.gl/maps/HxU12 Denver School-Based Health Centers located at the following DPS campuses:       

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Bruce Randolph Manual HS Evie Dennis Campus Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College John F. Kennedy Montbello HS Kepner

North HS Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy Place Bridge Academy Lake International School Rachel B. Noel Abraham Lincoln HS. South High School West HS

Denver Health Medical Campus 777 Bannock St., Denver 80204 303.436.6065 | 303.293.2220 | Medical Records: 303.296.8826 Fax: 303.293.3977 | Psych Fax: 303.293.6511 Monday-Friday; 8:30 am. to 10 pm., Saturday and Sunday; 10 am. to 9 p.m. Denver Health Sites Appointment Line: 303.436.4949 | 24-Hour Nurse Line: 303.739.1211       

Eastside Family Community Center 501 28th St., Denver 80205 La Casa/Quigg Newton Community Health Center 4545 Navajo St., Denver 80211 Lowry Family Community Center 1001 Yosemite St., Denver 80230 Montbello Family Community Center 12600 E. Albrook Dr., Denver 80239 Park Hill Family Community Center 4995 E. 33rd Ave., Denver 80207 Webb Center for Primary Care 301 W. 6th Ave., Denver 80204 Westside Family Community Center 1100 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 25



Westwood Family Community Center 4320 W. Alaska Pl, Denver 80219

Mental Health Services Denver Children’s Advocacy Center 2149 Federal Blvd., Denver 80211 303.825.3850 Mental health counseling for children who have been abused/traumatized Denver Health 303.602.HELP (4357) Mental Health Center of Denver, Access Center 4455 E. 12th St., Denver 80220 303.504.6500 | 303.504.7900 Monday-Friday; 8 am. to 5 p.m. Email: [email protected] Servicios de la Raza, Denver 4055 Tejon St., Denver 80211 303.458.5851 l Fax: 303-455-1332 Synergy Outpatient, Denver 1212 S. Broadway St., Suite 200, Denver 80210 303.934.1008 | Fax: 303.934.1262 Professional Psychology Center (P.P.C.), Denver 2460 S. Vine St., Denver 80210 303.871.3626 | Fax: 303.871.3625 The Empowerment Program, Inc, Denver 1600 York St., Denver 80206 303.320.1989 | Fax: 303.320.3987 Developmental Disability Consultants, P.C., Denver 1211 S. Parker Road, Suite 200, Denver 80231 303.337.2210 | Fax: 303-337-4147 Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Mental Health Care 2130 Stout St. Clinic, 2nd Floor Denver 80205 26

Triage Line: 303.293.6512 Existing Patient Walk-ln: 7:30 a.m. (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday); Noon on Wednesdays Dental Health Webb Center for Primary Care 301 W. 6th Ave., Denver 80204 303.602.8200 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointment check-in via phone: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastside Family Community Center 501 28th St., Denver 80205 303.436.4600 Monday-Friday; 8 am. to 5 pm., Emergency Walk-in Monday-Friday; 8 to 9:15 a.m. Montbello Family Community Center 12600 E. Albrook Dr., Denver 80239 303.602.4000 Monday-Friday; 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm., Emergency Walk-in Monday-Friday; 8 to 9 a.m. Westside Family Community Center 1100 Federal Blvd., Denver 80204 303.436.4345 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday Emergency Walk-in: 8 to 9 am., Monday-Friday OTHER DENTAL RESOURCES: New Hope Dental Services 4200 W. Conejos Pl, Denver 80204 720.956.0311 Monday-Thursday; 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday 7:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Patient lottery on the first Monday of every month. Children up to the age of 18 years old do not have to enter the lottery Colorado Coalition for the Homeless 2111 Champa St., Denver 303.312.9703 8:30 am (arrive at 7:30 a.m.), Monday-Wednesday, or call for an appointment

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Kids in Need of Dentistry 2465 S. Downing St., Suite 210, Denver 80210 303.733.3710, ext. 15 www.kindsmiles.org Call to apply

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Clothing A Precious Child 557 Burbank St., Unit E Broomfield 80020 303.466.4272 Call for details on essential clothing items for the family. Referral required. Clothes To Kids of Denver, Inc. 2890 S Colorado Blvd., Unit 15-P Denver, 80222 720.379.4630 Call for an appointment. Provides 1-week of clothing 2 times per year. Must live in Denver and a DPS student. Referral required Clothing Closet Servicios de la Raza, Inc 4055 Tejon St., Denver 80211 303.458.5851 Must complete application Clothing available for newborns to children up to age 8 Dress for Success Denver 303.832.1889 For female parents/guardians looking for employment. Referral required Clothing Closet Volunteers of America 303.295.2165 303.297.0408 2877 Lawrence St., Denver, 80205 Clothing, shoes, household items and personal hygiene products are provided once a Week. Denver Rescue Mission (Ministry Outreach Center) 303.297.1815 Monday-Friday; 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Referral required Appointments made according to item availability Clothing for men, Women and children Bring identification Affordable gently-used clothing and household Items Saint Vincent de Paul Society Thrift Store 29

6260 E. Colfax Ave. Denver 80220 303.388.3315 303.960.9163 Monday-Saturday; 9 am. to 7 pm., Sunday; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Offers low-cost items including furniture, household goods and clothing Thrift Mart Assistance League of Denver 1331 E. Colfax Ave., Denver 80203 303.322.5205 Monday-Saturday; 10 am. to 3 p.m.

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Felony Resources Community Re-Entry Center 940 Broadway St., Denver 80203 303.763.2481 Denver Works 2nd Chance Program 2828 N. Speer Ave., Denver 80211 303.433.3035 The 2nd Chance Program provides employment assistance to the prisoner reentry population. The entry point into the program is the former offender workshop. Topics for the workshop include:  Job Search strategies for former offenders  Tips on responding to difficult interview questions  Introduction to industries and employers who are felon-friendly The 2nd Chance Program offers assistance based on individual needs and qualifying criteria, which includes the following services by appointment:     

Job leads Clothing Computer lab access Mentor opportunities Interview appropriate clothing

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Housing Search Colorado Division of Housing & CHFA www.ColoradoHousingSearch.com Clearing house for available rental housing Search criteria includes city, bedroom, income, school district Denver Housing Authority dhanet.com TIP: WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSING, NEVER PAY MONEY UPFRONT TO APPLY If anyone asks you for money to put in an application for a Denver Housing Authority/HUD housing voucher, they are attempting to commit fraud. DO NOT give them money to receive an application. If your lottery number is selected, the Denver Housing Authority will send you an application. Habitat for Humanity Home Ownership Program Family Services Hotline: 720.496.2726 www.habitatmetrodenver.org HUD Colorado Denver Regional Office Dept. of Housing and Urban Development 1670 Broadway, Denver 80202 303.672.5440 www.hud.gov Housing Authorities in Metro Denver Call the agencies below to learn what affordable and subsidized housing is available. Sec 8. Lotteries are held annually and each county is different. 





Adams County Housing Authority 7190 Colorado Blvd., 6th Floor, Commerce City 80022 303.227.2075 | Fax: 303.227.2098 adamscountyhousing.com Arvada Housing Authority 8101 Ralston Road, Arvada 80001 720.898.7494 Fax: 720.898.7490 Aurora Housing Authority 10745 E. Kentucky Ave., Aurora 80012 32

720.351.2100 aurorahousing.org 



Commerce City Housing Authority City Hall: 5291 E. 60th Ave., 2nd Floor, Commerce City 80022 303.289.3698 Fax: 303.289.3688 c3gov.org Denver Housing Authority 777 Grant St., Denver 80204 720.932.3000 Fax: 720.932.3009 www.denverhousing.org



Englewood/Sheridan Housing Authority 3460 S. Sherman St., Englewood 80113 303.761.6200 Fax: 303.781.5503



Jefferson County Housing Authority 303.422.8600 Fax: 303.422.3229 jcha.org



Longmont Housing Authority 303.651.8581 www.longmontha.com Metro West Housing Solutions 303.987.7580 mwhsolutions.org South Metro Housing Options 303.794.9608 southmetrohousingoptions.org





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Utility Assistance Colorado LEAP Nov 1 thru April 30: 

Apply for heating assistance through Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP). Call toll-free 1-866-HEAT-HELP (1-866-432-8435) for an application. LEAP is federally funded and managed through the county offices of the Colorado Department of Human Services. Nov 1 thru April 30: 

If you have a letter from LEAP saying you do not qualify for LEAP assistance, you may still apply for heating assistance through Energy Outreach Colorado’s partner agencies. Call 1-866-HEAT-HELP to find an agency near you. Energy Outreach does not provide direct help to individuals. For a list of participating agencies visit www.energyoutreach.org May 1 thru Oct. 31: 

LEAP will no longer accept applications during this time, but you can apply for heating assistance through Energy Outreach’s partner agencies. Call 1-866-HEAT-HELP to find an agency near you.

Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) Heat Help 866.432.8435 EOC will connect you with an agency to provide assistance with:  bills for coal  electricity  gas  firewood  kerosene, oil or propane. An EOC agency can help once during a grant year from Oct. 1 - Sept. 30. DenUM 1717 Colfax Ave., Denver, 80218 303.355.4896 [email protected] Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday; 9 a.m. to Noon DenUM operates a call-in line for utility assistance information and requests. When funding is 34

available, messages will be taken from those seeking assistance. Clients must apply for LEAP before receiving assistance between November 1 and April 1. DenUM returns call based on a first-call, first-served basis until all the appointment times are filled. Catholic Charities St. Veronica 4045 Pecos St., Denver, 80211 720.377.1313 8-8:45 a.m., Monday-Friday, to make an appointment For UTILITY ASSISTANCE (Xcel Energy/Water), we require all of the following:    

The bill must be in client’s name (not the landlord’s name) Utility bill must be at least one day in arrears Total Xcel bill may not exceed $1000 Total water bill may not exceed $200

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