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www.allarewelcomeco.org
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Colorado COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented CommunitiesMake a recommendation or addition here!
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CategoryResource TitleLinkDescriptionRequirements- *Some resources may impact you in the public charge test if you will be applying for your green card/residency. Please consult with your attorney before moving forward with this resource.Organization Name and ContactOpen or Closed during Stay-at-home order? (COMING SOON!)
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COVID COVID-19 Knowledge In Power and Action Briefshttps://latinocfc.us8.list-manage.com/track/click?u=80b833d3e48761c051feb75b2&id=e4dfa23c84&e=3150d27f61Latino Community Foundation of Colorado and Latino Leadership Institute worked with Latino Decisions to gather extensive data on Latinos and the impact COVID-19 in Colorado.Latino Community Foundation of Colorado
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COVID Letter During Stay at Home order for non-english speaking folkshttps://drive.google.com/file/d/11aX80PTgiC-qEyMQx-14FeaoWnJkdeuw/view?usp=sharingThis letter is meant for non-english speaking folks to carry around with them during the stay at home order in case they are pulled over by law enforcement
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COVID Information on the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)covid19.colorado.gov/ This resource will keep you up-to-date on the latest statistics and the latest guidance on how we can protect ourselves and protect our most vulnerable populations.
-Updated daily at 4PM with answers to frequently asked questions and information
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COVID Prevention & community spreadhttps://covid19.colorado.gov/prevention-community-spreadEffective ways to reduce the risk to yourself and the people you care about.State of Colorado
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COVID Coronavirus Explained (SPANISH)https://drive.google.com/file/d/1E8Zo84Jtx-d-ruzatFFGD_9wbCiYCs2A/view?fbclid=IwAR3iUMTKEb4ibeqaGuIp010YuyK_cKaCZAUU1a5Tq6WQYiPuO5OW5KUUjf8¿Qué es el coronavirus COVID-19? ¿Cómo se transmite el coronavirus COVID-19? ¿A quién puede infectar el coronavirus? ¿Cómo puede prevenir la infección por COVID-19?
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COVID Know Your Worker Rights During COVID
https://towardsjustice.org/covid19/COVID-19 related workers' rights resource in English & Spanish.
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COVID Resources during the Pandemichttp://serviciosdelaraza.org/Pandemic resources such as medical services, medical enrollment support, food delivery, and other community connections.Depends on resourceServicios de la Raza - (303) 458-5851 o info@serviciosdelaraza.orgOpen
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Food Food Resources by Hunger Free Coloradohttps://www.hungerfreecolorado.org/covid-19/Hunger Free Colorado: This page has a list of resources and food banks. Some are doing home delivery and some are remaining open during the crisis. Depends on resourceHunger Free Colorado - 855-855-4626
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Food Hunger Free Colorado Hunger Referral Formhttps://www.tfaforms.com/forms/view/4747130If you are interested in receiving information about available food resources and nutrition programs in your community, please complete the form below. Someone from Hunger Free Colorado will follow up within 2 business days. All information provided is free and confidential.Basic contact information and address
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FoodFront Range: Food and Supplies Deliveryhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc1-tbmQmbv2oWnr8Cv0_N73skDcnuwaucSoWIV2QEJcufAnw/viewformThis is for members of the Colorado community to ask for the help they need.
Basic contact informationFront Range Mutual Aid
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FoodFood Bank of the Rockies https://www.foodbankrockies.org/emergency-assistance/To respond safely and as effectively as possible, Food Bank of the Rockies has created an Emergency Support Team, prepared to assist people in need during the COVID-19 pandemicAddress or zip code to find the closest location to youFood Bank of the Rockies - 855-855-4626Most locations are open
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FoodMetro Caring Food Assistance https://www.metrocaring.org/As Denver's frontline anti-hunger organization, Metro Caring works with our community to meet people’s immediate need for nutritious food while building a movement to address the root causes of hunger. Metro Caring offers innovative programming in Healthy Foods Access, Nutrition Education and Cooking Classes, ID Procurement, Urban Gardening, and Community Activation. (Undocuments/DACAmented individuals are eligible)Basic information, birthday, appointment needed- book by phone or email, 60+ years or older can get food deliveredMetro Caring - 303-860-7200Open by appointment
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Health AccessNational Domestic Violence HotlineCall 1-800-799-7233
TTY 1-800-787-3224
Chat at thehotline.org
If you’re worried about having to self-isolate in a dangerous home situation, reach out to National Domestic Violence HotlineCall to assess your specific situationNational Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-723324 hour hotline
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Health AccessTesting for COVIDhttps://covid19.colorado.gov/testingFor people whose symptoms are severe enough to need medical treatment in a hospital, a positive or negative test result is important. The diagnosis helps the hospital decide what interventions the patient needs and where they should be assigned to stay in the hospital.Must have symptoms of COVID-19 to be tested, most locations require an appointment, provide zip code to find closest location and call to make an appointmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment - 2-1-1Open by appointment
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Health AccessHealth Care Clinics by Geographical Regions for the uninsuredhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1T0XOB5qGImIoA2kPW1YnoMgaLoubuangSvADrXOCosk/editThe following list outlines many of the safety net health care clinics in Colorado that serve a high percentage of patients without access to insurance. These clinics may have income-based sliding scale and discount programs for patients without insurance to get screening and referrals related to COVID-19. Center for Health ProgressHotline open
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Health AccessClinica Colorado Telehealthhttps://clinicacolorado.org/?mc_cid=6b005bd564&mc_eid=0058861c10Clinica Colorado is offering VIRTUAL visits by phone or video call. The visits are now FREE, and this service allows patients to receive care while maintaining the safety of all patients, family, staff, and the community.Appointment required and very limited now, need to provide basic informationClinica Colorado - 720-443-8461By appointment only
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Health AccessCinica Colorado COVID Linehttps://clinicacolorado.org/covidline/A free hotline for COVID-19 screening and telehealth service for Coloradoans who do not have health insurance.Clinica Colorado - 720-902-9449Hotline open
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Health AccessPlanned Parenthood Directhttps://www.plannedparenthooddirect.org/Get birth control and UTI treatment the easy way with Planned Parenthood Direct. Book an appointment with a clinician or use the app to request birth control shipped to you. Must provide personal/medical informationPlanned Parenthood - look for local clinicOpen
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Health AccessCoalition for Immigrant Health Information and Resourceshttp://coalition.centerforhealthprogress.org/resources/Information and Resource guides like: Guide for the uninsured, communications toolkits, how to ask for emergency medicaid and FAQ'sCoaltion for Immigrant Health - (English)-720.583.1760 (English and Spanish)- 719.242.5994 Open
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Health AccessUSCIS COVID Testing and Public Chargehttps://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-processes-and-procedures/public-chargeUSCIS has announced that testing, treatment or prevention of COVID 19 by means of public medical assistance will not affect green card applicants under the Public Charge text.Must provide receipt or proof that benefits were used for COVID-19 testing, treatment or preventionUSCIS
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Mental HealthManage Anxiety & Stresshttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/managing-stress-anxiety.htmlInformation and resources about how to manage stress during the coronavirus pandemicCDC
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Mental HealthSuicide prevention lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/en-espanol/Suicide prevention lifeline

Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-888-628-9454Hotline Open
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Mental HealthColorado Crisis Serviceshttps://coloradocrisisservices.org/If you need to talk to someone and need someone to listen please call 1-844-493-8255Colorado Crisis Services - Call 1-844-493-8255 or Text TALK to 38255Open
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Mental HealthColorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Programhttps://covid19.colorado.gov/get-help/coping-with-covid-19/crisis-counseling-programCommunity-based crisis counseling for those needing mental health support during COVID. Services are available in English and Spanish. The hotline is anonymous, free of charge, available 7 days/week 8:00 am – 6:00 pm, staffed by two bilingual specialists. For help, call (720) 410-7108.Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program-(720) 410-7108
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Employment Fact Sheet on Unemployment Benefits by the Meyer Law Firmhttps://www.facebook.com/MeyerLawOffice/posts/2610030145774174This fact sheet, in English and Spanish, explains that: (1) you are generally eligible for unemployment if you are legally present or have work authorization, and (2) the government will NOT count unemployment benefits against you in the public charge analysis.Meyer Law Office - (303) 831-0817Open
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EmploymentFinancial assistance for servers, back workers, and bartenders https://www.usbgfoundation.org/beap-application?fbclid=IwAR0qXnD5VWZJheOcIVmwbzJfo-rmTbctvyX_yqp5QBjAE93vPtHveSLnBycDuring these uncertain times the USBG Foundation strives to be a resource for our bar industry community. Basic information, employment information*USB Foundation - 855.655.8724Open
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EmploymentFinancial Assistance for Tipped & Service Workers https://ofwemergencyfund.org/Sign up to receive cash assistance if you are a restaurant worker, service driver, delivery worker, personal service worker. Basic information, employment information*
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Small Business SupportSmall Business Majority Colorado COVID Resourceshttps://smallbusinessmajority.org/resources/covid-19-colorado-resourcesInformation and resources from the Colorado Small Businesses Majority for small business ownersRefer to specific resourceSmall Business Majority (866) 597-7431Open
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Small Business SupportFederal Loan Assistance for Small Businesseshttps://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistanceColorado small businesses impacted by COVID-19 can now seek individual small business loans up to $2M as part of the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.Refer to specific resource*Small Business America - 1-800-659-2955Open
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Rent Payment AssistanceResources for those under eviction notices or who cannot pay renthttps://cdola.colorado.gov/housing-covid19-evictionResources in the state of Colorado for people who are facing eviction orders or who need mortgage or rent assistance. Mortgage information, proof of lease, applicants for assistance cannot make over 50% of Area mean income Colorado Department of Local Affairs - 2-1-1 o visitar https://www.211.org/Open
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Rent Payment AssistanceColorado Emergency Rental Assistancehttps://denvergov.us8.list-manage.com/track/click?u=4474aa8e967c2faad3e35824b&id=ffc31432c5&e=ba7b593b2fThe Colorado Department of Local Affairs' Division of Housing has launched the Property Owner Preservation program in response to the pandemic, to allocate up to $20 million in federal CARES Act funds for rental assistance to landlords on behalf of their tenants. Check out the webpage for qualifications.Refer to wesbite for more informationColorado Department of Local Affairs Division of Housing: 303-864-7852
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UtilitiesResource Navigatorhttps://www.211colorado.org/Zip code2-1-1 or (866) 760-6489Hotline Open and online search
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UtilitiesColorado Energy Assistancehttps://www.xcelenergy.com/billing_and_payment/understanding_your_bill/energy_assistance_options/energy_assistance#:~:text=Get%20Help%20Paying%20Your%20Bill&text=If%20you%20are%20able%20to,We're%20here%20to%20help.During this time, disconnections for nonpayment of gas service in Colorado has been halted.
“If customers are having trouble with their bills, below is a link that offers several places (including Xcel Energy) to seek assistance:
Call 800-895-4999 for more information and to be connected to more local resources800-895-4999Hotline Open
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UtilitiesEnergy Payment Assistancehttps://www.energyoutreach.org/programs-for-individuals/bill-payment-assistance/We provide bill payment assis.tance to households across Colorado to help those who can’t afford their home energy costs. Payment assistance is provided through our network of assistance agencies. Assistance can be used once per year.Basic information, housing information, incomeApply by calling 1-866-432-8435 or onlineOpen
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UtilitiesMortgage Relief Optionshttps://www.forbes.com/sites/brendarichardson/2020/03/13/mortgage-relief-options-are-available-to-homeowners-affected-by-coronavirus-safety-measures/#6418964a53abMortgage Relief Options Are Available To Homeowners Affected By Coronavirus Safety MeasuresInformation sheet
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Child CarePEAKhttps://coloradopeak.secure.force.com/Resources to connect low-income families with child care.Basic information, household information, income informationPEAK - 303-590-9675Open
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Child CareFEMA Baby Supplieshttps://apreciouschild.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FEMA-Distribution-Locations-4.15.20.pdfBaby supply distribution centersContact each locationFEMA - see sheet for contact information for each locationOpen
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ImmigrationTreatment or preventive services will not negatively affect any alien as part of a future Public Charge analysishttps://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-chargeUpdate regarding Public Charge Rule from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
“USCIS encourages all those, including aliens, with symptoms that resemble Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (fever, cough, shortness of breath) to seek necessary medical treatment or preventive services. Such treatment or preventive services will not negatively affect any alien as part of a future Public Charge analysis.”
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ImmigrationExecutive Office for Immigration Reviewhttps://www.justice.gov/eoir/eoir-operational-status-during-coronavirus-pandemic?fbclid=IwAR1YlwOyeVlo6b9JljLnJPP8d5hUMDz6SEt_CJjcVQwVjPC1EFWesjIpgTkImmigration information updates due to COVID-19 pandemicFor updated information on immigration courts in English and Spanish please visit: portal.eoir.justice.gov/infosystem or call 1-800-898-7180
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ImmigrationWhat is ICE doing in response to the COVID-19 virus?https://www.ice.gov/coronavirusIt is important for the public to know that ICE does not conduct operations at medical facilities, except under extraordinary circumstances. ICE policy directs our officers to avoid making arrests at sensitive locations – to include schools, places of worship, and health care facilities, such as hospitals, doctors’ offices, accredited health clinics, and emergent or urgent care facilities – without prior approval for an exemption, or in exigent circumstances.
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LGBTQ Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund Know Your Rightshttps://transgenderlegal.org/say-informed/read-know-your-rights-during-covid-19/TLDEF has prepared Know Your Rights guide for transgender and non-binary people who are grappling with questions related to employment, housing, health care, identification, and accessing assistance from government agencies among other issues. The guide is available in both English and Español.
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COVID Safer at Home Orderhttps://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/mayors-office/newsroom.htmlLatest news about COVID-19 from the Mayor Hancock in Denver.
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COVID Denver Information on COVID-19https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health/news/coronavirus-info.htmlThe most up-to-date information from the City and County of Denver.
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COVID General Assistance https://unitedwaydenver.org/2-1-1/A statewide community resource connecting individuals and families to critical resources including food, shelter, rental assistance, childcare, and more.Zip CodeUnited Way 2-1-1Open
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COVID Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)http://www.denverpublichealth.org/clinics-services/infectious-disease-clinic/coronavirus-disease-2019Latests information on COVID 19 by Denver Health.Medical InformationDenver Health - 303-389-1687Open
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COVID Navegadores Comunitarioshttp://www.adelantejeffco.org/navegadores-comunitarios/Call to talk to a person who can connect you with the local resources you needAdelante Jefco - 720-507-7079Open
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Food Denver area meal distribution siteshttps://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1hszum017jHHqPOESB7wvxVQrF40BAW-l&ll=39.85121251345305%2C-105.12239595&z=11Here’s where children can get meals while Colorado schools are closed due to coronavirus.Open- contact each location for hours
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Food Denver Food Pantrieshttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZNVF9u4MuQ5MLu3oxAhIBqZWhEI84igOQcKLDy43x3U/edit#gid=0See this list of food pantries in the Denver area.Open- contact each location for hours
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FoodFood Security Resourceshttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1t1jfs0z2rXLehHf3Tm74U4fYaf0U2Enz/viewThe City of Denver has compiled a list of food security resources here. Open- contact each location for hours
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FoodTasty Food Mealshttps://www.denvergov.org/content/dam/denvergov/Portals/713/documents/healthymeals/TastyFood_MealSitesSchedule_COVID19_ADA_2020.pdf?fbclid=IwAR12w1jU1gote4oylRXDAOD5LVqhYvVoGGaOVMVIfnRYJgSnj0-7RIyj4ScFood distribution locations for children under 18 in Denver.Under 18Tasty Food MealsOpen
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FoodDenver Food Security Fundhttps://dpsfoundation.org/foodsecurityfund/In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and with DPS’s decision to have an extended spring break starting on Monday, March 16, we know that many families will need extra support during these challenging times. Together with the district, the DPS Foundation is working to rally behind our school community to leverage DPS’s already existing resources to help fulfill the food security needs of our families.NoneFood Security Fund - (720) 423-3553Open- contact each location for hours
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Health AccessLatina Safehousehttps://latinasafehouse.org/Latina SafeHouse works to provide bilingual and culturally sensitive services to Latina survivors of domestic violence and their families.Latina Safehouse - 303.433.4470Open
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Mental HealthMental Health Center of Denver https://mhcd.org/access-services/Call 303.504.7796Basic information, financial information, medical historyMental Health Center of DenverOpen
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Small Business SupportSmall Business Emergency Relief Fund https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health/news/coronavirus-info/support-services/small-business-emergency-relief-program-form.htmlThe Small Business Emergency Relief Fund (SBERF) is providing an additional round of business stabilization grants geared to support many of Denver’s most vulnerable small businesses. This new round is possible by City's funds and Small Business Relief funds from the State of Colorado as authorized under SB20B-001.As of January 26, 2021, the program is not accepting applications. Should this change, we will update this page accordinglyDenver - 720-913-1721Open
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Small Business SupportColorado Restaurant Associationhttps://www.corestaurant.org/resources/coronavirus-resourcesResources for restaurants impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.Colorado Restaurant AssociationOpen
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Rent Payment AssistanceRent Assistancehttps://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/housing-information/resident-resources/stay-in-your-home/rent-utility-help.html#:~:text=The%20Temporary%20Rental%20and%20Utility,If%20you%3A&text=Need%20help%20with%20utilities,in%20housing%20that%20is%20uninhabitableThe Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program (TRUA) offers resources to Denver residents who are facing a housing crisis or hardship to help prevent eviction or displacement.Lease information, income, basic informationTRUA - call 3-1-1 and press 6Open
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UtilitiesTemporary Rent and Utilities Assistance Programhttps://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/housing-information/resident-resources/stay-in-your-home/rent-utility-help.html?fbclid=IwAR0qJXRu4RpvU6C482qUeQVYn9HXkIFFgLrhLwYCkz2QFTORD-9wIKInF-oYou can access up to 6 months of rent and utility payments. Basic informationDenver- Call 3-1-1 and press option 6Open
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UtilitiesDenver Waterhttps://www.denverwater.org/about-us/how-we-operate/coronavirusDuring the COVID-19 response, Denver Water has suspended all scheduled water-shut-offs resulting from delinquent payment to ensure customers continue to have access to water. Specific to financial hardships, if a customer is concerned about being able to pay their water bill, they should continue to contact Denver Water’s customer care team at 303-893-2444, Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Denver Water - 303-893-2444Open
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UtilitiesDenver 311: Navigating City Serviceshttps://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/denver-311-help-center.htmlDenver 311 provides residents with an effortless, accessible way to navigate city services. Our contact center staff demonstrate unparalleled customer service values, are leaders in innovative problem-solving, and deliver an unprecedented commitment to assist.Denver - Call 3-1-1 if in Denver or 720-913-1311 if outside of the cityOpen
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Child CareUnited Way Childcare Referralhttps://unitedwaydenver.org/childcarereferrals/Child Care Resource & Referrals (CCR&R) specialists help families by providing referrals to child care, financial assistance information, and education about the quality and availability of care. Working within their communities, CCR&Rs identify early care and education needs, and focus on enhancing the quality and availability of services through recruiting, training, and supporting child care providers.Basic Information, information about children and birthdatesUnited Way Denver Childcare Referrals - 1-877-338-2273Open
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COVID Boulder County- Safer at Home Orderhttps://www.bouldercounty.org/news/boulder-county-moving-to-safer-at-home-covid-phase-on-may-9/Boulder County is following the Safer at Home Order and the recommendations layed out for the state
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Food Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFFA)https://www.efaa.org/shutdown/Financial assistance available for utilities, rent or mortgage assistance for Boulder and Southern residents. If you need Food assistance, call ahead of time to make an appointment. Make an appointmentEFFA Main Number: 303-442-3042 Open
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Food Our Centerhttps://www.ourcenter.orgHousing and rental assistance available for residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District, including the northern Mountains. Food assistance also provided once a day/week via drive-through service: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00am-12:00pmID, home address220 Collyer Street, Longmont, CO 80501
Main Number: 303- 772-5529
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Food Boulder Food Rescuehttps://www.boulderfoodrescue.orgFood Resouces in Boulder during the COVID-19 pandemicDepends on the resourceBoulder Food Rescue 720-4455-BFROpen
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Food School Meal Distribution:
Boulder Valley School District
https://food.bvsd.org/programs/emergency-food-programEvery Monday (Distribution is in line with the district calendar and will be closed on holidays when school is not in session)
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM distribution is available at the seven school sites listed below
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM distribution is available ONLY at 6500 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder --
Sanchez Elementary School
Crest View Elementary School
Columbine Elementary school
Emerald Elementary School
Louisville Middle School
Nederland Middle-Senior High School
BVSD would be distributing to families at least 10 meals worth of food items and fresh produce.BVSD 303.447.1010Open
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Food School Meal Distribution:
St. Vrain Valley School District
http://www.svvsd.org/coronavirusTimberline Pk-8
Northridge Elementary School
Altona Middle School
Sunset Middle School
Soaring Heights PK-8
Frederick High School
Meads Middle School
Lyons High School
Hygiene Elementary School (12:00pm-12:30pm Only)
Niwot High School (12:00pm-12:30pm Only)
Learning Services Center (11:00am-11:30am Only)
Families of students in St. Vrain School DistrictSt. Vrain School District - (303) 776-6200Open
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FoodSister Carmen Community Centerhttps://sistercarmen.orgHousing and rental assistance available for residents of Lafayette, Louisville, Superior and Erie. Call to make an appointment. Food bank is open Mon-Friday from 9:30am-11:30am & 1:00pm-4:00pm. Food will be pre-package. Food boxes can be picked up at the food bank loading dock. Call to make an appointment655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026
Main number: 303-665-4342
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FoodCommunity Food Sharehttps://communityfoodshare.org Food Bank is open Wed-Fri 9:00am-3:00pm. Drive through models. Staff will load food into cars. For elderly people, food will be pre-package and distributed to them. For families with kids receiving free or reduced lunch, WIC, SNAP, low income seniors, or low income residents of Boulder or Broomfield counties650 Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027
Main Number: 303-652-3663
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Health AccessEl Centro Amistadhttps://www.elcentroamistad.orgAre offering different virtual workshops related to mental health, stress ect..2222 14th street Boulder, CO 80304
303-443-9899
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Health AccessClinica Family Healthhttps://www.clinica.orgBeginning on June 1, we will begin seeing patients with on-going health issues (for example, those with lung problems, heart problems and diabetes). Additionally, we will provide care to people with urgent health care concerns. If you need to see your health provider, please call (303) 650-4460 to schedule an appointment or click on the “Schedule an Appointment” button below to schedule your own telehealth appointment. Children and pregnant patients can continue coming to the clinics for their appointments.Medical informationTo make an appointment - (303) 650-4460Open
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Health AccessBoulder Valley Women's Health Center
https://www.boulderwomenshealth.org
Sliding scale (based on income) reproductive and sexual healthcare. Open for urgent and time-sensitive medical care, including abortion. Telehealth appointments available for existing patients. Bilingual Spanish staff.
Medical informationBoulder- 303-416-4112 Longmont- 303-416-5914Open
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Mental HealthDomestic Violence Assistancehttps://www.safehousealliance.org/Child abuse and neglect and domestic violence support, counceling and resourcesSafe House Alliance- SPAN Child Abuse and Neglect:
Hotline is available 24hrs number is 303-444-1309 for Boulder
Or call the Colorado Child abuse Neglect line 1-800-CO-4-KIDS (1-800-264-5437)
SPAN crisis line is 303-444-2424
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Mental HealthDomestic Violence Assistancehttp://safeshelterofstvrain.org/Programs and services for victims of domestic abuseSafe Shelter of St. Vrain Crisis line- 303-772-4422Open
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Mental HealthMental Health/ Health Assistancehttps://www.elcentroamistad.org/El Centro Amistad is offering different virtual workshops related to mental health, stress ect..
2222 14th street Boulder, CO 80304
El Centro Amistad - 303-443-9899Open
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EmploymentLatino Chamber of Commerce https://www.latinochamberco.org/Loans-and-Funding-Quick-GuideSmall business loan resourcesDepends on resourceLatino Chamber of Commerce - (720) 491-1986Open
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EmploymentPersonal Finance Coachinghttps://www.bouldercounty.org/families/housing/personal-finance-coaching/Personal finance coaching for those in Boulder county. Available in Spanish and English. All information is confidentialLlamarBoulder County Personal Finance Coaching - 720-564-2279Abierto
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