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Denver Dream Center DDC Academy

2839 W 44 Avenue, Denver CO 80211

DDC Academy helps Denver's inner-city students

Denver Metro

Denver

Denver Dream Center provides many resources for people, including the DDC Academy that provides help for Denver's inner-city students to improve in subjects they are currently studying or to acquire new skills. They focus on education, creative thinking, and leadership development and believe in empowering students to be the best person they can be!

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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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Florence Crittenton Services

96 South Zuni Street, Denver CO 80223

help for teen mothers

Denver Metro

Denver

Florence Crittenton Services provides a family resource center to help teen mothers and their children. They provide a Early Childhood Education Center, health center, and free high school for teen mothers. Call for more information. You can also email them through their website by clicking on the Contact Us button.

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The Center on Colfax–Rainbow Alley

1301 East Colfax Avenue, Denver CO 80218

Drop-in center for LGBTQ youth

Denver Metro

Denver

The Center on Colfax is a safe and welcoming place for Colorado's LGBTQ community. Rainbow Alley is located there, and it's for LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 11 to 21. They provide a drop-in space, youth-led events and activities, counseling and support groups, health services and life skills—all in a warm, welcoming, and supportive environment.

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The Place

423 Cucharras Street, Colorado Springs CO 80903

Many types of help for homeless youth in Colorado Springs

Southeast

Colorado Springs

The Place, formerly known as Urban Peak, provides help for youth ages 15 -24 experiencing homelessness and those at risk of homelessness. Services include health, employment readiness, life skills, education, and more. All services are free and individualized. If you are in the Colorado Springs area and do not feel safe, text the word “SAFE” to 4HELP (44357) and you'll be instructed where the closest safe place is to you.

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The Right Way Foundation Youth Program

1010 South Joliet Street, Aurora CO 80012

Resources and programs for youth in Aurora

Denver Metro

Aurora

The Right Way Foundation helps youth ages 8-24 with programs and support. Sometimes youth are referred by the court, but you can also call yourself to see if they can help you with resources, training, programs, and more. Click on the website link to learn more and send an email. You can also call the number provided.

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Young Adult Legal Advocacy Program (YALA)

Free legal advocacy provided by Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center

Young Adult Legal Advocacy Program (YALA) at the Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center provides free legal advocacy for young people, ages 18-25, to address a variety of civil legal issues that serve as a barrier to successful transition to adulthood. Some of the legal issues they help with include: juvenile expungement, landlord-tenant disputes including eviction support, name change and gender marker change, FAFSA supports, ID and exceptions processing support, de-registration, and public assistance. They are also able to connect you with resource partners when they aren’t able to directly assist you. To get help from YALA, click on the website link below and fill out the referral form. It's easy to fill out, and they'll get back to you as quickly as possible.

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