The agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP) is the umbrella agency for nine offices and ten commissions that work to create a more just and equitable Denver.
Through advocacy, capacity building, collaboration, community engagement, and direct services we work to create lasting change for Denver's residents.
We work to ensure that people from all corners of our community are empowered and supported with the innate knowledge that diverse perspectives, skills, and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions. We constantly work in partnership with community leaders and organizations on a variety of topics.
Inclusivity is the cornerstone of our work. Every day we strive to give voices to the voiceless and to truly create a world class city where everyone matters.
Our offices and commissions are listed below.
Office of Community Affairs
Office of Disability Rights
Office of Equity & Social Innovation
Office of Financial Empowerment & Protection
Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs
Office of Sign Language Services
Office of Storytelling
Office of Strategic Partnerships
Office on Aging
Potential Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) action and resources for community members
Statement from HRCP and the Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs
“Many Denver residents – our family, friends and neighbors – are feeling the immense weight and fear of the Trump Administration’s continued threats of ICE raids. The Denver Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships and the Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs want to ensure that all Denver residents, regardless of immigration status, understand they have rights and protections under the law. We encourage residents to look out for and check in on each other and to share Know Your Immigrant Rights information.