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Denver, alongside our regional partners, requires masks in indoor settings for most businesses and venues. Businesses can opt to verify vaccinations before entry, in which case masks would not be required.
Limited short-term assistance for temporary or transitional housing.
Case Management programs can connect eligible people with HIV (PWH) to housing assistance.
Limited, one-time or short-term payments to help pay for essential utilities, HIV-related medication assistance, food and essential household supplies, transportation, medical premiums, medical copayments, pharmacy copayments, optical copayments, prescription eyewear, ID cards, background checks, housing-related application fees, and child care services.
Case Management programs can connect eligible PWH with emergency financial assistance.
Access to delicious and nutritious food is available through the Colorado Health Network and Vivent Health. Connect with a case manager for more information.
Apply to Get Meals from Project Angel Heart.