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Denver Human Services Partners Offer Free Holiday Services

Private, Non-Profit Organizations Opening Doors to Those in Need Today and Tomorrow


DENVER Dec. 24, 2015 – Here are just a few opportunities being provided to those in need by private and non-profit partners of Denver Human services, today and tomorrow:


Christmas Dinner and Gift Distribution – Salvation Army                                                              

Dec. 24, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Colorado Convention Center

Christmas Dinner will be provided on Christmas Eve at the Colorado Convention Center. In addition to the dinner we will be providing at no cost:  a visit with Santa - a toy for every child 17 years and younger - Walk in; no registration required - To receive a gift, children must be 17 years old or younger. Children must be present to receive a gift.


Christmas Dinner – Denver Rescue Mission        

Dec. 24, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Lawrence Street Shelter, Denver, CO, 80205, 303-294-0157 

A hot holiday meal will be served, and all guests will receive a new pair of thermal socks and a blanket at the Lawrence Street Shelter.


Free Dental Care – Comfort Dental

Dec. 24, hours vary by location.

Available at all Comfort Dental locations throughout Colorado, 303-820-2273

Offering free dental care on Christmas Eve day on a first come, first served basis. Available at all Comfort Dental locations throughout Colorado. Offices will open at 7:30 am, but lines will start much earlier.

Miracle on 19th Street –

Dec. 25, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

1735 19th Street, Denver, 303-296-0800

Join us at Denver ChopHouse for a complimentary holiday meal and a festive family celebration for everyone!


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About Denver Human Services

Denver Human Services provides assistance, protection and prevention services to Denver’s most vulnerable residents. Assistance programs are provided to eligible Denver residents in financial need and include federal food, cash and medical benefits, as well as child care, child support, energy, rental and burial assistance. Protection and Prevention services are provided via child, youth and adult protection services, along with community focused programming including veterans’ services, homeless services, and substance abuse awareness campaigns. For more information, visit