Community agencies

Community agencies provide many different types of help, all under one roof. Scroll through the list and click on an organization’s website to learn more about the types of help you’ll be connected to through that community organization.

Aurora Community Connections

9801 East Colfax Avenue, Aurora CO 80010

Denver Metro

Aurora

Aurora Community Connection offers programs and services designed to celebrate families’ strengths and respond to community needs. They offer every member of the family access to health and education. Contact them for assistance in Parenting support, Adult education, Education programs for youth, Insurance application assistance, Resources and Referrals, Health screenings, Nutrition & wellness programs.

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Bright Futures

657 W Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Southwest

Telluride

Bright Futures is dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in the San Juan Region. They improve life outcomes for children by providing support to their families and child care providers during the pivotal period of development. They provide individualized support services and resource navigation to strengthen families and increase resilience and self-sufficiency. Bright Futures works to improve access, availability, and quality of early childhood care and education.

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Broomfield FISH

6 Garden Center, Suite 1, Broomfield CO 80020

Denver Metro

Broomfield

FISH provides a variety of family support services. They serve residents of Broomfield County who earn an annual income that is at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. They offer services that include Food security, Transportation assistance, Rent and Utility assistance, Family resource services, & a mobile food pantry. They offer both indoor shopping and drive-thru distribution for their Food Pantry.

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Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo

429 West 10th Street, Pueblo CO 81003

Southeast

Pueblo

Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo serves families regardless of religious, ethnic, social or economic backgrounds. Families in their programs benefit from their 2Gen- approach, which focuses on creating opportunities and addressing needs of both children and their guardians. Their main focus is towards early childhood well-being and education. They help encourage an environment that supports the full potential of the child and helps prepare them for school and beyond. Additional programs they have, provide assistance that helps those with barriers to employment transitional jobs/technical training, Home stability, School readiness, Family support, Life skills, Immigration services, and Child Abuse prevention.

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Catholic Charities of Central Colorado

228 N Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs CO 80903

Southeast

Colorado Springs

Catholic Charities Provides Help and Creates Hope for people who are poor and vulnerable in the Colorado Springs area through the efforts of a wide range of programs and services. They offer family services that include Family counseling, Education, Immigrations services, ESL classes, Legal and Tax assistance, Clothing needs, Shelter referrals, Rent and Utility assistance, and Health Resources.

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Colorado Coaliton for the Homeless–Community Resources

2100 Broadway, Denver CO 80205

Denver Metro

Denver

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless provides Community Resources, a program designed to help homeless adults without children meet their short-term needs and to transition people with more intensive needs into other services. They can help with applying for permanent housing, shelter information, applying for benefits, and more. Staff are bilingual. See website for hours to walk-in for an appointment later in the day on Monday or Tuesday.

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Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park, Inc.

851 Dry Gulch Rd, Estes Park CO 80517

Northeast

Estes Park

Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park is a Christian service agency helping Estes Valley residents in need, including the temporarily unemployed who receive short-term assistance, and the working poor or persons with low fixed incomes who receive ongoing services. Crossroads Ministry partners with numerous other agencies to maximize benefits to clients, and encourages self- sufficiency through educational opportunities.

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Delta Family Center

822 Grand Avenue, Delta CO 81416

Southeast

Delta

Delta Family Center provides programs and services that revolve around nurturing skills in building a healthy, reliable, and responsible foundation for families. They have unique curated programs like the Backpack Program and the BELA prekindergarten program that focus on growth and development of young children. They also provide courses that promote Healthy lifestyles, as well as encouraging parents to be empowering teachers for their kids, along with Financial Health Classes and other family oriented services.

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Denver Indian Center, Inc.

4407 Morrison Road, Denver CO 80219

Denver Metro

Denver

The Denver Indian Center Inc. (DICI) is an urban cultural gathering center for the American Indian/ Alaska Native community of the Denver Metro area, but it is also a community center for everyone. All are welcome. DICI provides programs that support the Native youth and community, including the justice-involved, with a food bank, a fantastic Workforce Program, Fatherhood Program, COVID-19 resources, and more.

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Denver Indian Family Resource Center

1633 Fillmore St, Suite GL2, Denver CO 80206

Denver Metro

Denver

The Denver Indian Family Resource Center was founded in 2000 to respond to the overrepresentation of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) families involved in the child welfare system. They provide services and community programs to families who self-identify as AI/AN in the Denver area. Additionally, DIFRC provides Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) advocacy to support reunification efforts for families who are involved in the child welfare system. Through consistency and success they have established a revered reputation and demonstrated success in serving as a single point of entry for comprehensive, intensive, and collaborative community-based services to vulnerable AI/AN children and their caregivers.

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Dry Bones Denver

1600 Downing Street, Suite 400, Denver CO 80218

help for homeless youth living on Denver's streets

Denver Metro

Denver

Dry Bones Denver is a faith-based organization that helps homeless teens and young adults living near downtown Denver. Dry Bones staff and volunteers are committed to serving those that need assistance. They are very supportive in becoming companions toward the success of their clients. Dry Bones connects these young people with resources, nutrition, entertainment, new friends and more.

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Emergency Family Assistance Association

1575 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder CO 80304

Denver Metro

Boulder

EFAA provides stabilizing services, innovative programs, and transformative advocacy to strengthen families and create a thriving community. EFAA provides stabilizing services, innovative programs, and transformative advocacy to strengthen families and create a thriving community. As Boulder’s Family Resource Center, they are dedicated towards helping members of the community meet their immediate needs and springboard out of poverty. They assist families with resources like Food assistance, Children's Programs, Financial assistance, Family Housing, Basic needs and Strength based case management.

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Evergreen Christian Outreach (EChO)

27640 Hwy 74, Evergreen CO 80439

Denver Metro

Evergreen

EChO offers a range of wraparound services to help community members who are facing personal or economic adversity. Contact a Client Advocate for help with short-term crisis situations, long-term support services, information and referrals with the goal of a return to self-sufficiency and sustainability. Referrals may be made to EChO programs or to one of their community partners for additional services. Areas served include Evergreen (I-70 to Floyd Hill), Kittredge, Idledale, Lookout Mountain, Genessee, Indian Hills, Morrison foothills, and 285 west of C-470 up to and including Conifer. Please set up an appointment with a Client Services Advocate to begin the process by calling 303-670-1796. ID and proof of residency is required. EChO’s main office and food bank are located at the address given on the grounds of the Church of the Transfiguration in Bancroft Hall.

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Families Forward Resource Center

12000 E 47th Ave, Suite 113, Denver CO 80239

Denver Metro

Denver

Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) is a full service community service center providing supportive services and programs to northeast Denver and north Aurora, CO. FFRC operates as a collaborative organization. No matter what need comes up, either FFRC is prepared to address it, or we have a partnership in place that can provide the necessary support. FRCC offers a variety of resources that include Community health, Youth development, Family development services, Family advocacy, and Kathy's Kamp Summer Camp.

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Family Resource Center

120 Main Street, Sterling CO 80751

Northeast

Sterling

The Family Resource Center offers a variety of ongoing programs for parents, guardians, youth, and children that aim to foster the development of healthy family units. They provide Parenting classes, Programs for teens, Family support programs, and a Baby Box Program.

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Father Woody’s Haven of Hope–Jay Gould Center

1101 West 7th Avenue, Denver CO 80204

Denver Metro

Denver

Father Woody's provides breakfast and lunch; private showers and free laundry, free wireless access and mail/document safe keeping, outreach coordinator to help finding resources related to housing, jobs, and transportation. They also have an eye clinic and weekly medical and dental clinic, massage therapy and yoga classes.

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Focus Points Family Resource Center

2501 East 48th Avenue, Denver CO 80216

Denver Metro

Denver

Focus Points helps low-income people living in northeast Denver. They provide adult education programs, school readiness for children, health and wellness navigation and classes, mental health clinical services, workforce training, entrepreneurial training and opportunities, and community engagement training.

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Fremont County Family Center/Starpoint

339 Elm Avenue, Cañon City CO 81212

Southwest

Canon City

Starpoint provides essential services to two vulnerable populations: children – and their families – and adults with cognitive and physical challenges. They have been providing services and support to individuals, families, and communities in Fremont, Chaffee, and Custer counties. Services provided by Starpoint include Adult services, Children services, Family support services, Host homes, Case management, The Starpoint Foundation and many other Resources.

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Friends of Man

PO Box 937, Littleton CO 80160-0937

Statewide

Littleton

Friends of Man helps with a variety of needs on a statewide basis, including hearing aids, eyeglasses, dental, mobility equipment, clothing, day care, presriptions, medical equipment, and more. They ONLY accept applications (it's on their website) through a referring professional (counselor, nurse, probation or parole officer, social worker, etc).

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Grand Valley Peace & Justice

740 Gunnison Ave, Suite 218 & 220, Grand Junction CO 81501

Northwest

Grand Junction

Grand Valley Peace & Justice is a community agency that provides help to people who are struggling/homeless/low income. Their resource desk has lots of information to help you connect to more resources in the area. They also provide vouchers for ID documents, a food pantry for people who "carry their homes on their back," annual resource fairs, resource navigation, advance medical directives, and have a notary on site. They provide their own Community Resource Guide! Click on the pdf link below to see all of the information they collect about community resources.

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Help and Hope Center

1638 Park Street, Castle Rock CO 80109

Denver Metro

Castle Rock

The Douglas Elbert Task Force's Help and Hope Center provides food, hygiene items, housing assistance, utility assistnace, clothing, household items, help getting IDs, referrals to other resources, and help with job search. You need to bring photo ID, Social Security numbers and dates of birth for all family members, proof of your gross family income, and proof that you live in Douglas or Elbert County (current bill is an example)

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Hilltop Community Resources (Grand Junction)

1129 Colorado Avenue Grand Junction CO 81501

Southwest

Grand Junction

Western Colorado has turned to Hilltop for compassionate and comprehensive human services. We put people first and give them the tools and support they need to face life’s challenges. Their wide-ranging programs offer real world solutions designed to give people of all ages a chance at long-lasting success. The Hilltop Program offers services for Families, Youth, Adults and Seniors.

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Hilltop Community Resources (Montrose)

540 South 1st Street, Montrose CO 81401

Southwest

Montrose

Western Colorado has turned to Hilltop for compassionate and comprehensive human services. We put people first and give them the tools and support they need to face life’s challenges. Their wide-ranging programs offer real world solutions designed to give people of all ages a chance at long-lasting success. The Hilltop Program offers services for Families, Youth, Adults and Seniors.

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Homeward Alliance

242 Conifer Street, Ft. Collins CO 80524

Northeast

Ft. Collins

Homeward Alliance operates a continuum of programs and initiatives, ranging from critical survival gear, to employment services, to homelessness prevention. They are not only an alliance of services, but also an alliance of volunteers, donors, agency partners and other community stakeholders. They envision a community in which homelessness is rare, short-lived and non-recurring. Email: info@homewardalliance.org

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Huerfano/Las Animas Family Resource Center

615 Russell Avenue, Walsenburg CO 81089

Southeast

Walsenburg

The Huerfano/Las Animas Family Resource Center provides services and programs that encourage a healthy, stable and thriving family culture. They have various programs that engage parents in developing skills that strengthen a child's development and growth. From Food Banks to Unique strategy lessons in young children, Huerfano/Las Animas Family Resource Center will be able to help you and your growing family.

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It Takes a Village

1475 Lima Street, Aurora CO 80010

Denver Metro

Aurora

It Takes a Village works to reduce health and social disparities among people of color in the Denver metro area. Their programs include Brothas4Ever for African-American men, client services for people who are HIV positive, Phenomenal Women for African-American women, Seeking Safety group, STD and HIV testing and counseling, homelessness and rapid rehousing program, substance abuse treatment, and more.

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Joseph Center

2511 Belford Avenue, Grand Junction CO 81501

Northwest

Grand Junction

Joseph Center is a one-stop shop in Grand Junction for people struggling with poverty and homeless issues. They will help you navigate all of the resources you need to put you back on your feet. Their day shelter provides meals, hair dressers, computers, phones, and much more. Employment assistance, housing assistance, transporation, financial guardianship program, budget counseling, and more, all under one roof.

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La Plata Family Centers Coalition

495 Florida Road, Durango CO 81301

Southwest

Durango

The La Plata Family Centers Coalition is a community-based organization that delivers high-quality human services in rural Southwest Colorado. La Plata Family Centers Coalition has listened and responded to the current social, emotional, educational, and economic needs of the diverse families in our community. They have provided Emergency services, Colorado community response, Family support services, Parent education, Request service, and a Giving Garden.

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La Puente Home

911 State Ave, Alamosa CO 81101

Southwest

Alamosa

La Puente offers families & individuals what they need to heal, strengthen, and ultimately thrive. They provide services that include Emergency shelter, a Food bank network, Crisis prevention services, Adelante family resource center, PALs children's program, Rethreads, Social enterprises, V.E.G.I. and Rural Outreach Initiative.

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Loaves & Fishes Ministry

241 Justice Center Road, Canon City CO 81212

Southeast

Canon City

Loaves & Fishes Ministry in Fremont County provides a food pantry, emergency shelter, housing assistance, transportation, connections to medical and mental health care, and financial assistance. Loaves & Fishes is a WAGEES grant recipient and provides re-entry services for people leaving prison in Colorado.

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Mi Casa Resource Center

345 S Grove Street, Denver CO 80219

Denver Metro

Denver

Mi Casa Resource Center believes in the potential of all people to achieve their educational, professional, and entrepreneurial goals. Mi Casa works with the Latino community, working families, and immigrants. They provide workplace skills training (including resume, cover letter, references,) financial literacy courses, legal clinic, mental health counseling, tax preparation, and education programs. Mi Casa also supports entrepreneurs, helping them explore, launch, and grow their business through bilingual consulting, in-depth training, and a variety of business-related workshops and resources.

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Morgan County Family Center

411 Main Street, Suite 100, Fort Morgan CO 80701

Northeast

Fort Morgan

Morgan County Family Center is an outstanding community resource that helps Eastern Colorado families. They serve the community through Childcare resources, Emergency financial assistance, Family leadership training institute, Family support programs, Parent education programs and support and Other Educational Oppurtunities.

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Mountain Family Center

480 E Agate Avenue, Suite 1C, Granby CO 80446

Northwest

Granby

Mountain Family Center has been providing essential services to Grand County for over 40 years. MFC works in collaboration with the County, the school districts, other organizations and agencies, the grocery stores and more to implement the most effective and efficient response possible, and make sure all residents are covered with the resources they need. They provide Hunger relief, Housing/Utility assistance, Cancer-Related services, Thrift store vouchers, Vision/Dental assistance, Family development, Individual development, Nutrition/Wellness education and Special Projects.

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Murphy Center for Hope

242 Conifer St, Fort Collins CO 80524

Northeast

Fort Collins

Murphy Center is the hub of services for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Larimer Country. The Center has many services under one roof and provides many different services including morning meals, take-away meals, food boxes, bike repair and bike trailers, mail, lockers, showers, personal hygiene items, laundry, computers and wifi, telephones, career closet for job seekers, health connections and much more.

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Our Center

220 Collyer St., Longmont CO 80501

Denver Metro, Northeast

Longmont

The Outreach United Resource Center, Inc. (OUR Center) has provided critical services such as food, housing, and utilities to help families achieve self-reliance since 1986. They offer “a hand up, not a hand out” to residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District of Colorado. They provide Assistance with groceries, a Culinary arts program, Hospitality care, Personal development programs, Child care/Family forward programs, and a Support Network for further assistance. They also provide a drive-up lunch service that is open daily, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Posada

111 North Union Avenue, Pueblo CO 81003

Southeast

Pueblo

Posada is for people living in Pueblo County who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. The organization provides housing counseling, life skills, education & employment help, legal services, transportation, mental health & substance abuse counseling, referrals to local agencies, haircuts, showers & laundry, assistance for youth, links to affordable housing, and an emergency shelter.

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Prairie Family Center

372 14th Street, Burlington CO 80807

Northeast

Burlington

The Prairie Family Center provides the community with education and resources needed to build and support healthy and functional families. They provide programs that nurture parents and children through education services, health/nutritional education, youth education services and other building blocks that assist families. They also have a Thrift Store on location.

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Rural Communities Resource Center

204 S Main Street, Yuma CO 80759

Northeast

Yuma

The Rural Communities Resource Center is a grassroots, nonprofit organization in Northeast Colorado. The Resource Center provides advocacy, education, and support to create systemic change and develop programs that promote the physical, emotional and economic health of the area. They provide the community with family oriented programs that promote Early childhood development through a Literacy program and the Incredible Years Program. Other services include Utility assistance, People's Pantry of the Plains, Food Bank of the Rockies, Dental services and the Nurturing Fathers program.

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Servicios de la Raza–Behavioral Health

200 South Sheridan Boulevard, Denver CO 80226

Denver Metro

Denver

Servicios de la Raza is a bilingual nonprofit that provides outpatient mental health and substance use services to underserved and uninsured populations. Their approach is very flexible and understanding of individual paths and they can offer you a multitude of clinical approaches that promote healthy outcomes. This newly added location is also a WAGEES funded provider & they can assist you with Re-Entry Services.

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Servicios de la Raza–Main Office

3131 West 14th Avenue, Denver CO 80204

Denver Metro

Denver

Servicios de la Raza is a bilingual nonprofit that provides many different programs, including health enrollment; basic emergency services such as food and clothing, mental health program, HIV/Aids services, services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and an apprenticeship program for people wanting a job in the trades. Servicios is a WAGEES grant recipient and provides a re-entry program for people leaving prison in Colorado.

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Small Town Project

208 N Main Street, Rocky Ford CO 81067

Southwest

Rocky Ford

Small Town Project provides a shared workspace with the use of computer, Fiber-Internet, printers, and fax machines. They provide technical assistance to help with small business startup, career exploration and development, and access other resources. They also provide a food pantry with healthy, organic, and locally sourced foods. Small Town Project is open to all people in southeast Colorado regardless of income, place of residence or citizenship status. WAGEES Southeast Health Group in La Junta refers people to Small Town Project for their services.

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The Action Center

8745 W 14th Avenue, Lakewood CO 80215

Denver Metro

Lakewood

The Action Center provides people living in Jefferson County with free food, clothing and personal items in an environment of respect and kindness. Next, they work with you to address your longer-term needs by connecting you to the resources, services and support that can help you move towards greater stability and hope. All services require an appointment. Same-day appointments may be available, however calling a day or two in advance is recommended. The appointment line is open Monday – Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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The Center for African American Health

3350 Hudson St, Denver CO 80207

Denver Metro

Denver

The Center for African American Health offers African American and Black Metro Denver communities culturally responsive resources that support them in overcoming the root causes of health problems so they can maximize their individual and family health. They provide help to individuals and families in overcoming social, economic, and educational challenges. They assist parents in gaining skills, resources, and the knowledge they need to provide a solid foundation for their children and families. They have new resources available regularly, check their website to stay up to date. They offer Workforce readiness programs, Crisis counseling, Mental health first-aid, Food and Clothing banks, Strengthening Families Program and Many more general services.

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The Cornerstone Resource Center

310 E Olive St., Lamar CO 81052

Southeast

Lamar

The Cornerstone Resource Center provides resource coordination & referral, developmental screenings, support groups, mentoring, life skills classes and more. The purpose is to help and support families in growing, developing and leading healthy lives. They provide Application assistance, Resource and Referral assistance, Circle of parents, Nurturing fathers, TBRI Caregiver Training, Vroom and Santa for Seniors.

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The Gathering Place

1535 High Street, Denver CO 80218

Denver Metro

Denver

The Gathering Place is the only daytime drop-in center in metropolitan Denver that serves women, transgender individuals, and their children who are experiencing poverty, many of whom are also experiencing homelessness. There is no charge for their services. Programs and services include meals, a food bank, family programs, showers, laundry, access to phones, mail access, connections to physical and mental health services, a clothing bank, job readiness programs, computer lab, case management, and connections to community resources, including housing.

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The Pinon Project Family Resource Center

210 E Main Street, Cortez CO 81321

Southwest

Cortez

The Piñon Project Family Resource Center strengthens our community by providing comprehensive services for children and families. They offer Early childhood programs, Family supportive services, Parenting groups, Youth programs, Diaper and Wipes assistance, and other community involved programs that help nurture families success.

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The Thrive Center

3131 S. Vaughn Way, #214, Aurora CO 80014

Denver Metro

Aurora

The THRIVE Center provides families with information and skills by educating parents through advising calls, trainings, workshops, collaborating with other agencies, and a comprehensive offering of resources through our website and bi-monthly e-blasts. They provide assistance through various Programs, Workshops, Free resources, Parenting advising programs, Early childhood development services, Health information programs, and Special Education Needs.

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Tri-County Family Care Center

512½ N Main Street, Rocky Ford CO 81607

Southeast

Rocky Ford

Tri-County Family Care Center is a center where people with general and emergency needs can immediately find resources that are in the surrounding areas. They connect people to the various services and resources in the community. Some of services offered include Childcare services, Employment assistance, Youth development programs, Financial hygiene, Legal assistance, and Housing assistance.

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UndocuHub

online hub of resources for undocumented individuals and families

Statewide

UndocuHub is a grant-funded program that began to form in the late summer of 2020. The central purpose of the program is to coordinate and expand the reach of existing community services that are crucial to Colorado’s DACA and undocumented community. The UndocuHelp website acts as a central hub to provide digital resources, webinars, and direct forms of contact, with the goal of connecting undocumented individuals and families to experienced service providers and available resources.

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Washington County Connections

252 West 1st Street, Akron CO 80720

Northeast

Akron

The Washington County Connections center is a grassroots, nonprofit organization in Northeast Colorado. The Resource Center provides advocacy, education, and support to create systemic change and develop programs that promote the physical, emotional and economic health of the area. They provide the community with family oriented programs that promote Early childhood development through a Literacy program and the Incredible Years Program. Other services include Utility assistance, People's Pantry of the Plains, Food Bank of the Rockies, Dental services and the Nurturing Fathers program.

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West End Family Link Center

253 Main Street, Nucla CO 81424

Southwest

Nucla

The West End Family Link Center help to build stronger, healthier families and individuals in the West End of Montrose and San Miguel counties. They support families by providing Utility assistance, Food banks, Family education programs, Early childhood development, Parenting classes and Home Visiting Programs.

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