Community Resources

Homeless

Adams County Cold Weather Care

Homeless - Adults, Families
Services Available Temporary shelter in Adams County Case management for guests Transportation to/from shelter site Meal for guests

Call during business hours, Monday - Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm, to make an intake appointment.

Adams County Community Resource Map

Child Abuse, Child Care, Clothing, Counseling, Crisis, Dental, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Food, Foster & Kinship Care, Health Care, Hearing & Vision, Homeless, Housing, Immunizations, Immigration, Legal, Medicaid / CHP+, Military, Multi-Cultural, Parenting, Pregnancy, Prescriptions, Public Assistance, Sexual Assault, Special Needs, Substance Abuse, Suicide & Self-harm, Victim Assistance, Utilities, Youth Activities - Adults, Children, Families, Teens, Women, Young Adults

This web map is designed to provide information about many of the non-profit and government resources available to Adams County residents.

Almost Home Inc.

Homeless, Housing - Families

We provide the greater Adams County area with a 6 family emergency homeless shelter, bilingual case management and referrals, and financial assistance for rent and utilities.

Arapahoe House

Homeless, Substance Abuse, Employment, Housing, Counseling - Families, Teens, Young Adults

Arapahoe House serves adults and adolescents (age 12‐18) with a substance abuse problem.

Services are offered for deaf and hard of hearing as well as Spanish speakers. Citizenship is not necessary.

Arapahoe House offers the following outpatient services:

Adolescent outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment

Adult outpatient ...

Attention Homes

Homeless, Housing - Teens, Young Adults

A youth shelter in Boulder County

-Emergency shelter. Open from 8am-5pm Mon-Fri and all day on Saturday and Sunday.

-May stay for up to 21 days (if no where to go after 21 days may extend another 21 days in some cases)

-Provide Case Management with goal of finding long term housing and/or family reunification

-Provide Breakfast, lunch (to go) and dinner. Snacks ( ...

Bannock Youth Center

Homeless - Teens, Young Adults
Eligibility Between 18-24 years of age Must be homeless (to be verified- i.e. staying at a shelter) Have a full time activity (work or school) of 32 hours per week or more

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Homeless - Families

If you need help, please visit the Coalition in person, Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m and 5 p.m. You will meet with a case manager to discuss your specific circumstances.

Denver Rescue Mission

Dental, Hearing & Vision, Homeless - Adults, Children

The Denver Rescue Mission is changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with goal of returing them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.

Free dental extractions are open to the public twice a month. For dental services involving lab fees, the Mission seeks individual grants for patients that qualify.

The ...

Family Tree

Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Homeless, Utilities - Families

The mission of Family Tree is to help people overcome child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to become safe, strong and self-reliant.

Services Offered We offer short-term, goal-directed advocacy and crisis support. Our focus is to provide support for your immediate situation, as well as, help increase your strategies for safety and connection to resources. Most clients can ...

Mercy Housing

Homeless - Families

Each Mercy Housing property has its own leasing office and its own application process. If you or your family would like to rent a low-income apartment home at one of Mercy Housing's communities, please call each property directly .

When you call, the property staff can answer questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions and how to obtain an ...

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