Servicios’ mission is to provide and advocate for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities. These services are intended to assist low-income members of the community in overcoming the range of problems that result in a lack of resources and contribute to the perpetuation of the vicious cycle of poverty.
Our mental health unit is funded by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Mile High United Way and Medicade. We serve adults, adolescents, children and families by providing psychiatric services, medication management, psychotherapy, and case management.
Juntos: Together We Thrive
Servicios provides food and clothing to a minimum of 2,700 individuals and families per year. We are a certified fitting station for CDOT which has allowed us to offer over 500 free car seats per year. This includes a car seat for all ages and safety training as well as instruction on proper installation for your car seat. Donations are requested to establish a means of ownership, but not required. Lastly our BES program offers and assists individuals in retrieving lost wages, rental deposits, attorney referrals and other miscellaneous barriers our community face.
Basic Emergency Services Program
Juntos staff assists vulnerable individuals and families out of crises to achieve, learn and acquire self sufficiency, greater security and stability in their lives.
- Job and Housing Case Management
- Client Advocacy Services (employment wage disputes, rental disputes, etc.)
- Basic Emergency Services including a food and clothing bank, referrals to housing, employment and legal resources.
- Child Safety Car Seats Juntos is a Certified Fitting Station for Child Safety Seats
Our bi-lingual client advocate provides one on one victim advocacy to over 300 victims of domestic violence. Attending court with victims, assisting with linkage to legal propaganda (i.e. interaction w/ police, restraining orders, divorce procedures, etc.), developing safety plans for victims, providing numerous resources and referrals to safe houses, shelters etc.
La Gente HIV/AIDS
Our La Gente program offers mental health counseling as well as case management services. We serve over 100 individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. Within our program we offer, emotional and social support, counseling, financial assistance, case management, linkage to medical care and client advocacy.
YES! (Youth Experiencing Success)
In our YES Program we strive to empower youth by providing opportunities to have successful and fulfilling lives. This is done through support in reaching educational goals and assisting youth in finding and training for sustainable and meaningful employment. This is achieved through providing case management as well as comprehensive supportive services, ensuring that they can achieve the highest levels of success.
The Colorado Health Foundation approved Servicios de La Raza for a three year grant to develop ENTRA-Enter “Everyone Needs Tender, Respectful, Attention” Family Healthcare Coverage Program
ENTRA is a Certified Application Assistance Site (CAAS). ENTRA serves to educate potential recipients and participants, disseminate information and provide comprehensive, culturally and linguistically appropriate access to public healthcare programs including Medicaid, CHP+, and Medicare.