You may be eligible for the following services, depending on your income and age, as well as whether you are disabled, and what types of assistance you are already getting (such as Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income, and/or Old Age Pension):
You must be a United States citizen, a naturalized citizen, or a legal alien admitted to the United States to be eligible for these services. To apply for these services with us, you will need to show proof that you are a resident of the City & County of Denver.
Please fill out as much of the application as you can. At a minimum we will need to have your name, home street address, and signature on the application to begin the process (see page 8 of the application). If you need help or don't understand a question, a staff member at one of our offices can help you complete your application or you can call us at 720-944-3666.
The application can be used just for requesting Food Assistance or for requesting other types of benefits; mark any of the benefits on the list on page 1 of the application that you wish to apply for.
If you return the application in person, you can make an appointment for an interview. If you return your application by mail, our office will contact you to schedule an appointment – please be sure to provide your phone number on the application. Your appointment may be conducted in person or over the telephone.
When you come to our office for an interview, please bring the following:
You will keep your original documents and we will make copies for our records.
You will be assigned a person who you can call if you have questions about your case or if you need to provide additional documentation.
Child Abuse Hotline
Statewide: 1-844-CO-4-Kids (264-5437)
or in Denver: 720-944-3000
Adult Protection Hotline
DHS Customer Service
Child Support Services
Denver City & County Information