Resources

Below are links to services that may be useful for residents of Colorado

 

Housing

Brothers Redevelopment:  

303-202-6340

Email: info@brotherdevelopment.org  

Provides housing counseling and a variety of housing related services for the region’s low-income, elderly, disabled residents.  

 

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless:  

303-293-2217

Email: fssintake@coloradocoalition.org  

Provides transitional housing, as well as assistance in finding affordable housing for families with children under 18, adults, and adults with mental illness.  

 

Growing Home  

303-429-0430

One year family housing program where rent is calculated by 30% of income. Provides resources to the family to become more stable by working closely with social workers. 

 

Employment

Colorado department of labor job fair calendar:   

https://cdle.colorado.gov/jobs-training/find-a-job/job-fairs/events 

 

Community Re-entry Project:  

720-865-2330

www.communityreentryproject.org 

 

72 Hour Fund Colorado  

303-292-2304

www.doinghistime.org  

Project ReNew:  

303-629-0636

www.dicp.org  

Mentoring, job search, rent assistance, food, transportation services  

Own Your Future  

1-800-281-1168

https://secure.collegeincolorado.org/Own_Your_Future/_default.aspx 

 

Mental Health

Mental Health Center of Denver  

mhcd.org

303-504-7900

Medicaid/Medicare accepted. $30/month for uninsured. No one is turned away. Case management, outpatient therapy, child and family, suicide prevention programs, medication, housing services, residential treatment.  

 

Centers for Counseling and Family Therapy (Regis University) 

303-964-6295 (Thornton), 719-264-7027 (Colorado Springs) 

Sliding scale up to $30. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay.   insurance accepted. Counseling services for youth, adults and families 

 

Jefferson Center for Mental Health (Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin Counties)  

JCMH.org

303-425-0300 

Sliding scale for clients without insurance. Medicaid/Medicare accepted. Mental health counseling, substance use treatment services, 24 hour crisis line. 

 

Aurora Mental Health Center  

aumhc.org

303-617-2300

Sliding scale for Aurora residents. Medicaid/Medicare accepted; no insurance required. Individual, group and family therapy, medication, residential services, respite care, vocational services, refugee wellness center. 

 

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE SLIDING SCALE SERVICES 

Asian-Pacific Development Center  

apdc.org

303-923-2920 

Sliding scale available. Medicaid/Medicare accepted. No one turned away due to inability to pay. Counseling services, psychiatric screenings and referrals, mental health/cultural competency consultation and education, primary care, youth programs, ESL and citizenship classes, multi-lingual services and bilingual staff 

El Centro de las Familias  

mhcd.org/el-centro

303-504-1900 

No one will be turned away due to inability to pay. Medicaid/Medicare accepted. Assessment/treatment ages 5+, Individual, family and group therapy, psychiatric care, case management, Voz y Corazon Suicide Prevention Group, English and Spanish 

 

State, City and County Resources

Denver Human Services offers help with housing, food assistance, child support, medical assistance and more.

Remerg offers access to re-entry resources in Colorado.

211 offers a confidential and multilingual service that connects people to resources across the state.

Colorado Crises Services offers 24/7 support.

Denver County Court provides court information.