Community Resources

Overnight

EFAA - Emergency Family Assistance Association (for men, families, women and children)

1575 Yarmouth Avenue in Boulder
303-442-3042

Up to 12 weeks of emergency sheltering and services that support a family. Call for intake: Monday - Tuesday - Thursday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Wednesday 12-4:30 p.m.

Attention Homes Emergency Shelter (for children)

3080 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-447-1206

Overnight sheltering for up to 12 homeless youth nightly from 5 p.m. - 8:30 a.m. Residents have access to optional aftercare coaching and counseling sessions.

Boulder International Hostel (for men and women)

1107 12th Street in Boulder
303-442-0522

$27/night for a dorm bed, $210 a week can stay as long as needed. Non-resident ID required.

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (for men and women)

4869 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-442-4646

Emergency nightly sheltering services provided for adult men and women October 1 - April 30. Year round clean and sober transitional program. Year round morning services (6 a.m.- 9 a.m.) providing breakfast, showers, and short-term storage. TB cards required within two weeks of first stay.

Mother House - Boulder (for women)

303-447-9602

Supportive home-like environment for pregnant women 16-years and older; must interview; no-income barrier; offers counseling and resources. May stay up to four months after having baby.

The Delores Project - Denver (for women)

303-534-5411

Emergency shelter for women. Please call at 11:30 a.m. for a referral.

Denver Rescue Mission (for men)

1130 Park Ave West in Denver
303-294-0157  


Nightly shelter for single men, intake begins at 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. (must be in by 8 p.m.); Year round client and clinic services.

New Genesis (for men and women)

1680 Sherman Street in Denver
303-831-4910

Year round program for working men and women. $49/week Must provide verification of 32 hours/week of work. Sober-only program. 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. daily intake. After care program.

Sacred Heart (for women and children)

2844 Lawrence Street in Denver
303-296-6686

Year-round program for single women and women with children. Can stay up to one month call at 9am to determine availability. Must be 21+. Call for intake.

Salvation Army Harbor Light (for men)

2136 Champa Street in Denver
303-296-2456

Provides a structured treatment program for homeless men, Intake Monday - Friday at 7 a.m. 90 days of treatment.

Samaritan House (for men, families and women)

23rd and Lawrence in Denver
303-294-0241


Year round shelter for up to 120 days; Family lottery at 10 a.m., women's lottery at 10:15 a.m., and men's lottery at 8:30 p.m.

Urban Peaks Crisis Shelter (for children)

1630 S. Acoma Street in Denver
303-777-9198

Overnight shelter for youth ages 14-24. Assist in employment, GED, case management, medical clinic.

Open Door Mission (for men, families, women and children)

316 Jefferson Street in Fort Collins
970-224-4302

Temporary shelter for up to one month; longer stays are possible with entry into one of Open Door Mission's programs,

Day Shelters and Outreach

Attention Homes Drop-In Center and Street Outreach (for children)

3080 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-447-1206

Drop-in center open 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday for youth. Food, clothing, showers and hygiene items. Access to education, medical care, legal services, Internet. Street outreach team works to build trust and relationships with teens on the streets and to provide them with basics and referrals to services.

Boulder County Cares (for men, families and women)

4869 N. Broadway in Boulder
Day 303-468-4328 I Night 303-358-7036

Mobile truck goes out nightly throughout the winter from 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (8 p.m. - 9 p.m. Stationed at 6th and Canyon across from the Boulder Justice Center). Hands out coats, blankets, socks, hats, food and soup.

Bridge House (for men and women)

1120 1/2 Pine Street in Boulder (behind church)
303-442-8300 | Front Desk: 303-442-2566

Open 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday - Friday for homeless men and women. Hot meals, toiletries, clothing, recovery group, counseling, job search assistance.

Colorado Friendship Hot Meals On The Street (for men and women)

6th & Canyon
Boulder Justice Center parking lot
303-545-0242

Food and clothing distribution to the homeless. Sundays, 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

New Panel

1535 High Street in Denver
303-996-9034

Women and children only. Monday - Friday. Breakfast 8:30 - 10 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., Laundry services are available as well as diapers and toiletries. Computer Lab and GED resources are available.

St. Francis Center (for men and women)

2323 Curtis Street in Denver
303-297-1576

Services include clothing, showers, mailing address, phone access, and limited storage. The shelter also provides a health clinic for basic needs, mental health case management and counseling, and substance abuse counseling. Open Monday-Friday, 9 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Open Door Mission Day Center (for men, families, women and children)

316 Jefferson Street in Fort Collins
970-224-4302

Open during periods of inclement weather (every day for women), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lunch served Monday-Friday.

Hope Homeless Outreach (for men, families, women and children)

720-210-7217

Night time street outreach program providing life-sustaining support to homeless individuals. Operates seven nights a week during the winter and five nights a week during the summer, 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Our Center Hospitality Center (for men, families, women and children)

250 3rd Avenue in Longmont
303-772-5529

Day shelter, providing various resources including daily meal, emergency food, clothing, sleeping bags, blankets, transportation, personal care options (hygiene items, showers, and laundry), mail service, voicemail accounts. 9:30am-3:30pm Monday - Friay, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.

Food & Meals

Bag Lunches and Hot Meals (for men, families, women and children)

Carriage House
1120 1/2 Pine St. (behind church)
Hot meals between 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday - Friday

Community Table

First United Methodist Church - 1421 Spruce St. M/T/Thu, 5-6prn;

Mt. View Methodist Church- 355 Ponca P1. Wed., 5-6pm.

St. John's Episcopal - 1419 Pine St. 2nd and 4th Fridays, 5-6pm.

First Presbyterian Church Lamb's Lunch
1820 15th Street
Saturdays, November-April, Noon.

1st Sunday: St John's Episcopal, 14th and Pine, 12:30-1:3Opm.

2nd Sunday: Trinity Lutheran, Broadway and Pine, 12:30-1:30pm.

3rd Sunday: First United Methodist, 14th and Spruce, 12-1 :3Opm.

4th Sunday: First Congregational Church, Broadway and Pine, 12:30-1:30pm.

5th Sunday: First Presbyterian Church, 16th and Walnut, 12:30-1:30pm.

Boulder Shelter For The Homeless Morning Services (for men and women)

4869 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-442-4646

Open 7 days a week, 6-8am, for breakfast, showers, access to mail, phone and storage.

Colorado Friendship Hot Meals On The Street (for men and women)

Justice Center parking lot (6th & Canyon) 
303-545-0242

Food and clothing distribution to the homeless. Sundays, 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

EFAA - Emergency Family Assistance Association (for men, families, women and children)

1575 Yarmouth Avenue in Boulder
303-442-3042

Food bank (for the elderly, families with children, and disabled)

Assistance with rent, utilities & security deposits, gas vouchers, bus tokens, and medical expenses. Need to make an appointment with case worker. Monday - Tuesday - Thursday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Wednesday 12 - 4:30 p.m.

Meals on Wheels (for men and women)

909 Arapahoe Ave. #121 in Boulder
303-441-3908

Meals delivered 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday - Friday to residents of the community who need the service.

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Food Pantry (for men, families and women)

2312 14th Street in Boulder
303-443-6158

Food assistance to low-income families, every other Tuesday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call first.

St. Thomas Aquinas Food Bank (for men and women)

Small green house behind 876 14th Street in Boulder

10 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Monday - Saturday

Food distribution primarily to singles.

WIC, Women, Infants and Children (for men, families, women and children)

3482 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-413-7520

Nutrition program for pregnant women, infants and children under the age of five. Provide vouchers for food at local grocery stores once registering with the program.

Sister Carmen Center (for men, families, women and children)

655 Aspen Ridge Drive in Lafayette
303-665-11342

Emergency food, clothing, rent/mortgage, transportation, & prescription assistance. Louisville, Lafayette, Superior, and Erie residents only.

Community Food Share (for men, families, women and children)

6363 Horizon Lane in Longmont
303-652-3663

Food Provider for non-profits and other agencies.

The Good News Center (for men, families, women and children)

120 Ninth Ave., #A-1 in Longmont
303-678-9550

Food pantry open Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

OUR Center Food Bank (for men, families, women and children)


303 Atwood Street in Longmont
772-5529

Food Bank Open 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday; 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays.

Must provide ID and proof of residency in St. Vrain Valley.

Vinelife Community Church Food Pantry (for men, families, women and children)

7845 Lookout Road in Longmont
303-449-3330

Thursdays, 10 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.; Sundays, 12:30 - 1 :30 p.m.

Westview Presbyterian Church Round Pantry (for men, families, women and children)

1500 Hover Street in Longmont
303-776-3242

Open the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Louisville Community Food Bank - United Methodist Church of Louisville (for men, families, women and children)

741 Jefferson Avenue in Louisville
303-666-8812

Quarterly food deliveries to families and emergency food baskets upon request.

Service Centers

ARES Thrift Shop (for men, families, women and children)

2536 Spruce St, Boulder
303-444-8088

Discounted clothes for men, women and children. Accept vouchers.

Boulder County Housing and Human Services (for men, families, women and children)

3460 Broadway in Boulder
303-441-1000

Food Stamps, Adult Protective Services, Old Age Pension, Medicaid, TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families)

8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

Boulder Social Security Office (for men, families, women and children)

4949 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101 in Boulder
11-800-772-1213

Retirement, disability, SSI, Medicare. M-F 9am-4pm.

Deacon's Closet- First Presbyterian Church Annex (for men, families, women and children)

16th and Walnut. in Boulder

Free clothing bank. 9:30-10:30am Thursdays.

EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance Association) (for men, families, women and children)

1575 Yarmouth Avenue in Boulder
303-442-3042

Food bank (for the elderly, families with children, and disabled). Assistance with rent, utilities & security deposits, gas vouchers, bus tokens, and medical expenses. Need to make an appointment with case worker. M-T-TH-F 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Wed. 12 - 4:30 p.m.

St. Andrew Presbyterian (for men, families, women and children)

3700 Baseline Road in Boulder
303-494-8094

Clothing bank on the first and third Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Sister Carmen Center (for men, families, women and children)

701 W. Baseline Road in Lafayette
303-665-4342

Emergency food, clothing, rent/mortgage, transportation, & prescription assistance. Louisville, Lafayette, Superior, and

Erie residents only.

The Good News Center (for men, families, women and children)

120 Ninth Avenue, #A 10B in Longmont
303-678-9550


Clothing bank open Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m.  - 12:30 p.m.

OUR Center Clothing Bank (for men, families, women and children)

50 E. Rogers Road in Longmont
303-772-7773

Provides good donated clothing, bed linens and kitchenware to those in need. 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. M, W, F.

Work

Bolder Staffing (for men and women)

3303 30th Street, Boulder
303-444-1445

Specializes in full- and part-time temporary placement, temp-to-hire and direct placement for job seekers and employers.

Bolder Professional Placements, the technical and professional division of Bolder Staffing, works with clients and candidates to deliver optimally matched career opportunities.

Corestaff (for men and women)

4770 Baseline, Suite 110 in Boulder
303-499-2800

Professional staffing services company that also offers training, benefits, and resources.

Job Store Staffing (for men and women)

3434 47th Street, Suite 250 in Boulder
303-682-5627

Assists in finding clerical, technical, financial and industrial employment.

Staffing Solutions (for men and women)

 

2741 Mapleton, Boulder 1 (303) 443-1700

Temporary, part-time, and full-time placement in technical, administrative, manufacturing and customer service positions

Workforce Boulder County (for men and women)

 

2520 55th Street, Boulder 1 (303) 301-2900

Offers a wide variety of services to job seekers.

SOS Staffing Services (for men and women)

 

829 Main Street, Suite 1, Longmont 1 (303) 772-7422

SOS Staffing Services specializes in filling temporary, temp-to-hire and permanent assignments in light industrial,

construction, office and professional positions.

Staffmark (for men and women)

 

916 S Main Street, Suite 201, Longmont 1(303) 651-2498

Staffmark offers a variety of employment opportunities including short- and long-term temporary assignments, direct

placement, and executive search.

Workforce Boulder County (for men and women)

 

1500 Kansas Avenue, Suite 4D, Longmont 1 (303) 651-1510

Offers a wide variety of services to job seekers,

Health and Wellness

AA (for men and women)

303-447-8201 (24 hours)

NA (for men and women)

303-412-2884 (24 hours)

Addiction Recovery Center (for men, families, women and children)

3180 Airport Road in Boulder (intensive)
303-441-1281

3470 Broadway in Boulder (outpatient)
303-441-1275

The ARC provides support to individuals in need of support for addiction issues, they offer both extensive detox services and less intensive care.

Boulder-Longmont CIRCLE Group (for men, families, women and children)

303-501-0777

Provides information about support services for people with Traumatic Brain Injury.

Boulder Community Hospital (for men, families, women and children)

1100 Balsam Avenue in Boulder
303-440-2273

Boulder Valley Women's Health Center (for men and women)

2855 Valmont Road in Boulder
303-442-5160

Provides accessible, confidential and comprehensive gynecological and reproductive healthcare, including sexual health services, family planning and education.

Cedar House (for men and women)

2833 Broadway in Boulder
303-449-2217

Must be referred by the Mental Health Center. Voluntary residential psychological services.

Center For People With Disabilities (for men, families, women and children)

1675 Range Street in Boulder
303-442-8662

Provides advocacy, rehabilitation, employment services, home healthcare, independent living skills training, head injury program, deaf services, blind program, community transitions, peer support, and personal assistance programs.

Chinook Clubhouse (for men and women)

1441 Broadway in Boulder
303-440-4842

Must be referred by the Mental Health Center. Psycho-social, vocational and recreational rehabilitation.

Emergency Psychiatric Services (for men and women)

303-447-1665

24hr. mental health crisis help line.

Mental Health Partners (for men, families, women and children)

1333 Iris Avenue in Boulder
303-413-6263

Counseling services on a sliding scale.

People's Clinic (Clinica Family Health Services) (for men, families, women and children)

2525 13th Street in Boulder
303-449-6050

Providing high quality, preventative medical care to underserved people.

U.S. Veterans Outreach Center (for men and women)

2336 Canyon Blvd. Suite 103 in Boulder
303-440-7306

Counseling and support groups for veterans, clinical outreach for physical problems, and job services. (M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.).

Mental Health Partners (for men, families, women and children)

899 Highway 287, Suite 300 in Broomfield
303-466-3007

Counseling services on a sliding scale.

Brain Injury Association of Colorado (BIAC) (for men, families, women and children)

4200 West Conejos Place #524 in Denver
303-355-9969

Working to improve the quality of life for individuals with brain injuries and their families.

Clinica Family Health Services Lafayette Medical Clinic (for men and women)

2000 S. Boulder Road in Lafayette
303-665-9310

Family practice health services. Sliding scale fee, immunizations, vision, and hearing care. Medicare accepted.

Center For People With Disabilities (for men, families, women and children)

615 North Main Street in Longmont
303-772-3250

Advocacy, rehabilitation, employment services, home healthcare, independent living skills training, head injury program, deaf services, blind program, community transitions, peer support, personal assistance programs.

Longmont United Hospital (for men, families, women and children)

1950 Mountain View Avenue in Longmont
303-651-5111

Mental Health Partners (for men, families, women and children)

529 Coffman in Longmont
303-684-0555

Counseling services on a sliding scale.

Mental Health Partners Wellness Education Center (for men, families, women and children)

834 S. Sherman in Longmont
303-247-8700

Counseling services on a sliding scale.

Salud Family Health Center (for men, families, women and children)

220 E. Rogers Road in Longmont
303-776-3250

Immunizations, prenatal care, pediatric health care, and dentistry. On-call 24hrs, Sliding scale fees.

Arapahoe House (for men, families, women and children)

8801 Lipan Street in Thornton
303-657-3700

Non-profit corporation dedicated to providing a continuum of services for individuals and families with alcohol, drug or other behavioral health problems. M-Sat., 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Clinica Family Health Services Thornton Medical Clinic (for men, families, women and children)

8990 N. Washington in Thornton
720-929-1655

Family practice health services. Sliding scale fee, immunizations, vision, and hearing care. Medicare accepted.

Dental

Dental Aid - Boulder (for men, families, women and children)

4155 Darley Avenue Boulder
303-499-7072

Provides oral health care and outreach services to low-income and uninsured residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Accept Medicaid and CHP+.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH): Dental Clinic (for men, families, women and children)

2111 Champa Street in Denver
303-291-5165

Offers routine dental care including cleaning, initial examination, radiographs, emergency treatment, root canals, extractions, fillings, partials, and dentures for homeless individuals.

Denver Indian Health & Family Services (for men, families, women and children)

1633 Fillmore Street in Denver
303-781-4050

Provides health and dental services for members of Federally Recognized Tribes who reside in the Denver metropolitan area.

Salud Family Health Centers Dental Clinic (for men, families, women and children)

220 E. Rogers Road in Longmont
303-772-1906

Family and pediatric dentistry, preventative services and education, emergencies. Sliding scale fees.

Dental Aid - Longmont (for men, families, women and children)

1715 Princess Drive in Longmont
303-682-2619

Provides oral health care and outreach services to low-income and uninsured residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties, Accept Medicaid and CHP+.

Dental Aid - Louisville (for men, families, women and children)

877 South Boulder Road in Louisville
303-665-8228

Provides oral health care and outreach services to low-income and uninsured residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Accept Medicaid and CHP+.

Clinica Family Health Services Thornton Dental Clinic (for men, families, women and children)

8990 N. Washington in Thornton
720-929-1655

Family practice health services. Sliding scale fee, dental care

Transportation

Colorado DMV (for men, families, women and children)

2850 Iris Ave. #F (28th and Diagonal Plaza) Boulder
303-442-3006

RSVP: Medical Mobility Transportation and Escort to Medical Appointments (for men, families, women and children)

951 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder
303-443-1933

Volunteer transportation program for ambulatory older adults and people with disabilities. Volunteers use their personal cars to pick up the rider at their home.

RTD Transit Center (for men, families, women and children)

14th & Walnut in Boulder
303-442-7332

Special Transit (for men, families, women and children)

2855 N. 63rd Street in Boulder
303-447-2848 x105

For schedules call: 303-447-9636

For Administration call: 303-447-2848

Special Transit: The Easy Rider Program - A comprehensive one-on-one travel training program designed to teach older adults and people with disabilities how to safely and confidently use public transportation to expand independent travel options.

Yellow Cab (for men, families, women and children)

303-777-7777

Greyhound Station (for men, families, women and children)

1055 19th Street in Denver
303-293-6555

RTD Access-a-Ride (for men, families, women and children)

1600 Blake Street in Denver
303-299-2960

Provides transportation to passengers with disabilities who are unable to use RTD's regular lift-equipped fixed route bus service.

RTD Call-n-Ride (for men, families, women and children)

1600 Blake Street in Denver
303-994-3550

RTD Call-n-Ride is a curb-to-curb transportation service taking riders to and from their destinations within a designated geographic service area.

Advocacy

Boulder County Aids Project (for men, families, women and children)

2118 14th Street in Boulder
303-444-7181

Provides IIIV prevention education and care services to residents of Boulder County. Services include case management, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, support groups, pro bono professional services, buddy programs, treatment advocacy, and spiritual support.

Boulder County Community Action (for men, families, women and children)

Boulder County Aids Project (for men, families, women and children)

2118 14th Street in Boulder
303-444-7181

Provides IIIV prevention education and care services to residents of Boulder County. Services include case management, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, support groups, pro bono professional services, buddy programs, treatment advocacy, and spiritual support.

Boulder County Community Action (for men, families, women and children)

3482 N. Broadway Avenue in Boulder
303-441-3975

Partners to provide opportunities for education, self-sufficiency and community involvement for disenfranchised and low-income people, particularly youth, families, and people of color.

Boulder Office of the Colorado State Defender (for men, families and women)

303-440-4758

Provides Public Defender representation to individuals who show proof of low-income.

Center For People With Disabilities (for men, families, women and children)

1675 Range Street in Boulder
303-442-8662

Provides advocacy, rehabilitation, employment services, home healthcare, independent living skills training, head injury program, deaf services, blind program, community transitions, peer support, and personal assistance programs.

City of Boulder Office of Human Rights (for men, families and women)

1101 Arapahoe Avenue, Second Floor in Boulder
303-441-3140

The City of Boulder Office of Human Rights has three work areas: (1) Human Rights Ordinance, strives to ensure protection of rights afforded within the city limits of Boulder by the Human Rights Ordinance, (2) Failure to Pay Wages Ordinance, protects woJKC1 Hum HoH-pyiHJh UI und1pIyI11I1L of wages owed to uleili, an  J) uuHliIlu11 uiLy Iwiauolis Program, which works to encourage interaction based on respect and understanding among the various communities in Boulder.

Intercambio de Comunidades (for men and women)

4735 Walnut Street, Suite B in Boulder
303-996-0275

Provides affordable English classes for adult immigrants as well as cultural exchange programs.

Legal Aid (for men, families and women)

1790 30th Street, Suite 301 in Boulder
303-449-7575

Out Boulder (for men, women and children)

2132 14th Street in Boulder
303-499-5777

Serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQQ) communities in and around Boulder County.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence - Boulder (for families, women and children)

303-449-8623 I 24 hour Crisis Line: 303-444-2424

Serves victims of domestic violence, intake needed. Provides safe shelter, legal assistance, education, and counseling. M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Colorado Anti-Violence Program (for men, families, women and children)

304 Elati Street in Denver
303-839-5204 (office) I 303- 852-5094 (24hr hotline)

Dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors.

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (for men, families, women and children)

2111 Champa St., Denver
303-293-2217

Working collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado.

Colorado Legal Services (for men and women)

 

1905 Sherman Street, Suite 400 in Denver
303-837-1321

Provides meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado.

Crisis Lines

Women's Services

Alternative to Family Violence Hotline (for families, women and children)

(1 01) 289-4441

Boulder Valley Women's Health Center at Boulder (for men, families, women and children)

2855 Valmont Road in Boulder
303-442-5160

Provides accessible, confidential and comprehensive gynecological and reproductive healthcare, including sexual health services, family planning and education.

Caring Pregnancy Center (for men, women and children)

3340 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder
303-494-3282

Provides free, confidential services including: pregnancy tests, medical and legal referrals, adoption support, support groups for pregnant, single moms, support groups for moms and their babies, one-on-one mentoring, maternity and baby items, post-abortion support for women and men, abstinence education.

Moving to End Sexual Assault - Boulder County Rape Crisis Line (for men, families, women and children)

303-443-7300

Mother House - Boulder (for women and children)

303-447-9602

Supportive home-like environment for pregnant women 16-years and older; must interview; no-income barrier; offers counseling and resources. May stay up to 4 months after having baby.

Planned Parenthood of Boulder (for families, women and children)

 

2525 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder
303-447-1040

Services provided include: abortion, birth control, emergency contraception, general healthcare, HIV and STD testing.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence - Boulder (for women and children)

303-449-8623 I 24hr Crisis Line 303-444-2424

Serves victims of domestic violence, intake needed. Provides safe shelter, legal assistance, education, and counseling. M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

WIC, Women, Infants and Children (for women and children)

3482 N. Broadway, Boulder
303-413-7520

Nutrition program for pregnant women, infants and children under the age of five. Provide vouchers for food at local grocery stores once registering with the program.

Boulder Valley Women's Health Center at Longmont (for men, families, women and children)

82 21st Ave., Suite C in Longmont
303-442-5160

Provides accessible, confidential and comprehensive gynecological and reproductive healthcare, including sexual health services, family planning and education.

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley - Longmont (for women and children)

303-772-0432 I 24hr Crisis Line: 303-772-4422

Safe shelter for battered women and their children. Requires an intake. M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Family Tree Women in Crisis Shelter - Jefferson County (for women)

 

24hr Chris Line: 303-420-6752

Keeping victims safe from domestic violence by providing a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, safety planning, advocacy, community resources, health care and other supportive services.

Women's Crisis and Family Outreach Center - Serving Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln counties (for women and children)

24hr Crisis Line: 303-688-8484

Emergency shelter, adult and child therapy, and legal advocacy for victims of domestic violence.

Housing

Boulder County Department of Housing and unman Services (for men, families and women)

Boulder County Department of Housing and unman Services (for men, families and women)

Countywide rental assistance, public housing and a wide range of housing support services to low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities.

Boulder Housing Partners (for men, families and women)

4800 N. Broadway in Boulder
720-564-4610

The mission of Boulder Housing Partners is to provide affordable and quality housing that is developed and managed with respect for the dignity of the residents.

Boulder Shelter Transitional Housing (for men, families and women)

4869 N. Broadway in Boulder
303-327-7122

The mission of the Boulder Shelter Transitional Program is to enhance the ability of homeless individuals and families in Boulder County to achieve greater self-sufficiency through the provision of transitional housing and supportive services.

Maslin Recovery Team, Mental Health Center Serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties (MHCBBC) (for men and women)

144t Broadway in Boulder
303-413-6263

Implemented through the Mental Health Center Serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties (MHCBBC), the Maslin Recovery Team provides rental assistance and subsidy management through Section 8, Shelter Plus Care and other grants, transitional housing, case management, and psychiatric services to adults with persistent mental illness.

Thistle Communities (for men, families and women)

1845 Folsom Street in Boulder
303-443-0007

Affordable homes, inexpensive rentals, low-income houses in Boulder, Longmont, Northglenn, Colorado.

City and County of Broomfield: Broomfield Housing Authority (for men, families and women)

One DesCombes Drive in Broomfield
303-438-6396

The Broomfield Housing Authority, a division of the City and County of Broomfield, facilitates improvements in housing conditions for low- and moderate-income Broomfield residents.

Longmont Housing Authority (for men, families and women)

1228 Main Street in Longmont
303-651-8581

The City of Longmont Housing Authority offers various housing programs for low to moderate-income individuals and families residing in Longmont.

The Inn Between (for men, families and women)

250 Kimbark Street in Longmont
303-684-0810

The Mission of The Inn Between is "to provide transitional housing and services for diverse homeless individuals and families to help them achieve self-sufficiency."

Senior Services

Boulder County Housing and Human Services (for men, families, women and children)

3460 Broadway, Boulder
303-441-1000

Food Stamps, Adult Protective Services, Old Age Pension, Medicaid, TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families). M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Provides drop in center with classes, activities, and meals plus referrals to resources for older adults and their families (financial, housing, etc.).

Boulder Senior Services (for men, families and women)

West Center
909 Arapahoe, Boulder
303-441-3148

East Center
5660 Sioux Drive in Boulder
303-441-4150

Boulder Social Security Office (for men, families, women and children)

4949 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101 in Boulder
1-800-772-1213

EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance Association) (for men, families, women and children)

1575 Yarmouth Avenue in Boulder
303-442-3042

Food bank (for the elderly, families with children, and disabled). Assistance with rent, utilities & security deposits, gas vouchers, bus tokens, and medical expenses. Need to make an appointment with case worker. M, T, TH, F 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Wed. 12 - 4:30 p.m.

Longmont Senior Center (for men and women)

910 Longs Peak Avenue in Longmont
303-651-8411

Provides, classes and activities as well as resources and meals.

Veterans Services

U.S. Veterans Outreach Center (for men and women)

2336 Canyon Boulevard, Suite 103 in Boulder
303-440-7306

Counseling and support groups for veterans, clinical outreach for physical problems, and job services. M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

U.S. Veterans Outreach Center (for men and women)

2336 Canyon Boulevard, Suite 103 in Boulder
303-440-7306

Counseling and support groups for veterans, clinical outreach for physical problems, and job services. M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Veterans Outreach Program (for men, families and women)

303-433-7123

Veterans Helping Veterans Now - Drop-In Center (for men and women)

600 Terry Street in Longmont
303-772-9777 I www.vhvnow.org 

Organization that focuses on veterans helping other veterans who are challenged with combat stress, addiction problems, or who just need some social contact that only other veterans can provide. M-F 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

 

Do you know of other agencies that should be on this list? Call our Logistics Lead at (303) 468-4320.