The following agencies provide services that we feel may be helpful to the People House Community. While we have established working relationships with the majority of these organizations, we encourage the reader of our website to do their own investigation of the appropriateness of any agency for their own unique needs.
Academy of Urban Learning
Offers an individualized diploma program and extensive wraparound services to address the needs of students experiencing homelessness and other unstable living conditions.
Help homeless families regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency, and sustain permanent housing.
ACS Community LIFT
Serves the community through three programs: Family Care, Medical Services & Disaster Response. ACS serves everyone from anywhere. There are no boundaries.
Action Center, The (fka Jeffco Action Center)
Provides Jefferson County residents basic human services and promotes pathways to self-sufficiency through programs that focus on three main areas: Intervention, Prevention and Connection.
Alternatives Pregnancy Center
Our programs meet the complex needs of women, teens and men faced with the decisions in unintended pregnancy.
American Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired of Colorado
Provides free support to promote independence, equality, and opportunities for blind and visually impaired individuals by offering resources/referrals, adaptive aids, education, emergency services, and advocacy.
Arc – Arapahoe & Douglas Counties, The
Our organization enables people with disabilities and their family members to access community resources, to protect their rights and enrich their lives
Arvada Community Food Bank
Food bank serving northern Jefferson County providing food for children and families in need through its Client Choice Food Selection, Mobile Pantry and Backpack Program.
Aurora Community Connection Family Resource Center
Promotes family capacity and empowerment through health access services, Family Development counseling, English classes, tutoring for children, exercise opportunities and resident leadership development.
Aurora Interchurch Task Force
Provides emergency services for Aurora residents: food, clothing, layettes and household supplies; bus tokens; and assistance with pharmacy, and utility needs when funds are available.
Enhances the lives of nursing home/assisted living elders, and “at-risk youth”, adult volunteers and families through intergenerational programs that cultivate mutually beneficial relationships.
Bienvenidos Food Bank
We provide a weekly distribution of staples and emergency food to families and individuals in Northwest Denver in a respectful and dignified manner.
CASA of Jefferson & Gilpin Counties
Our mission is to provide trained volunteers to advocate in court for the safety and well-being of abuse and neglected children.
Center for Hearing, Speech and Language
Services include: audiology (testing, hearing aids, aid repair), speech/language therapies, auditory processing
To provide low cost healthcare for those who are indigent, without health insurance or unable to obtain primary care services.
Colorado Christian Services
Provides professional counseling to women in crisis pregnancies, serves children through foster care, and helps couples build their families through adoption.
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV)
Inspiring Colorado to end domestic violence by providing training to domestic violence shelters; education to the general public; and expert guidane to elected officials and policy makers.
Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA)
Workplace giving funds support our mission to promote safety, justice, and healing for survivors across Colorado while working toward the elimination of sexual violence.
Colorado Drug Endangered Children
A statewide organization promoting the health, safety and well-being of drug endangered children through training, technical assistance and advocacy efforts.
Colorado Homeless Families
Provides transitional housing and the following support services; case management, counseling, educational seminars, support group meetings, food bank, furniture, clothing to homeless families with children.
Denver Area Youth Services
Promotes and provides a continuum of human services to over 1,500 children, youth and families in the greater Denver area.
Denver Homeless Voice
A nonprofit newspaper that provides a means for people who are homeless to earn a self-sustainable income by purchasing and vending the paper.
Denver Indian Family Resource Center
Assists American Indian children and families in Metro Denver with child welfare issues through culturally-appropriate services and case management.
Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc.
Our agency€™s activities are based on the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of Native Americans while providing culturally acceptable personal and public health services.
Denver Rescue Mission
Helps the needy to become self-sufficient citizens by providing education, free medical/dental services, shelter, food, clothing, long-term rehabilitation and transitional housing.
Developmental Disabilities Resource Center
Provides services for 2,902 people with developmental disabilities, birth to the elderly, and their families to live meaningful lives. 100% of your donation addresses emergency needs.
Douglas/Elbert Task Force
Provides emergency financial assistance: food, clothing, household goods, rent, utilities, etc., to residents of Douglas and Elbert counties in economic crisis or at risk of homelessness.
Excelsior Youth Center
Considered the expert in treating troubled teenage girls, Excelsior is the largest residential treatment center in Colorado. Despite difficult pasts, 85% successfully complete Excelsior€™s program.
Funds will support the therapies we provide to children with autism in our center and in the homes of families throughout the Front Range.
Focus Points Family Resource Center
Primarily serves low-income, Spanish-speaking families in northeast Denver. Programs include English and GED classes and Early Childhood Education
Helps Colorado youth transition from foster care to independence by investing in their development and well-being.
Provide affordable housing, and offer services such as one-on-one case management, English as a second language, pre-school, after-school, health care literacy.
Inner City Health Center
A volunteer supported healthcare facility committed to providing medical and dental care for low-income and medically uninsured families.
Inter-Faith Community Services
Provides food, clothing, financial assistance, transitional housing, victim assistance, senior, youth, and enrichment programs to low-income families, individuals and senior citizens.
La Raza Youth Leadership Institute
We host an annual youth leadership conference. The conference includes 40 workshops presented by community leaders.
Serves individuals who have developmental disabilities and special needs through community participation, residential support and employment programs for adults; education and therapeutic services for children.
The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People
Protects human and civil rights of adults/children in education, housing, rehabilitation, employment, voting and abuse/neglect in residential and long-term care.
Building Homes, Rebuilding Lives. Housing program to develop and manage affordable, program enriched rental housing for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs.
A hunger relief organization that provides emergency and self-sufficiency services to low-income and homeless individuals, offering food, utility and transportation assistance, and identification documents.
A safe, child-friendly place offering interviews, medical exams and victim advocacy to complete the investigative process of children’s outcries of sexual or physical abuse.
Sacred Heart House of Denver
Provides a continuum of services to homeless mothers with children and single women to help them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
Provides emergency shelter, counseling and advocacy services to women, children and youth experiencing domestic violence through 24-hour crisis line, shelter and nonresidential counseling center.
Third Way Center
Saves lives by teaching Colorado€™s most at-risk teens an alternative to homelessness and incarceration €“ a €œthird way€ of living.
Works to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse by providing support groups, education, and advocacy to survivors throughout Colorado.
You Can Begin Again
Two year transitional housing program that provides comprehensive outreach and case management for women, 18-25, emancipated from foster care, who are neither pregnant nor parents.