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This is a list of resource updates and service interruptions during the COVID-19 outbreak period
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It is updated daily by Denver Public Library staff based on updates sent through the CO Alliance for Refugee Empowerment and Success network. It focuses on resources for immigrants and refugees, but many resources listed are open to all.
Email nap@denverlibrary.org for changes/additions.
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Use this navigation bar to quickly access all the subject areas in this document:
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Adult EdFinancial/EmploymentHousingMulti-ServiceSeniorsUndocumented
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Donations/VolunteeringFoodHealthOnline ResourcesTech
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GovernmentHotlinesLegal Refugee Youth
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Hotlines
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TopicNamePhone NumberDescription
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General ResourcesMile High United Way 211211Free hotline for health and human services information and referrals. Calls are confidential. Most call centers have Spanish-speaking referral specialists. Provides daily updates on availability of emergency shelter.
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General ResourcesFront Range Mutual AidOnline formGeneral form for those who need help to connect with resources
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General Resources (60+ and 18+ with a disability) DRCOGInformation and Assistance line: 303-480-6700
Be sure to leave a message
Adults age 60+ or adults age 18+ with a disability can contact DRCOG for resources and referrals.
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Mental HealthColorado Crisis Services1-844-493-8255
Or text “TALK” to 38255
Free, confidential 24/7 hotline for mental health, substance abuse issues, information and referrals for problems at home, work or school. Translation services for over 150 languages available for non-English speakers.
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ImmigrationColorado Rapid Response Network1-844-864-8341
(1-844-UNITE-41)
The Colorado Rapid Response to Raids network to documents incidents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers.
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FoodHunger Free Colorado HotlineState Hotline: 855-855-4626
Metro Denver: 720-382-2920
Bilingual English-Spanish free hotline to connect people to both public and private food assistance programs. Offers assistance with navigating food programs, screens for federal nutrition assistance programs, assists with applying for food stamps by phone. Confidential and open to all individuals regardless of immigration status.
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COVID-19CO Help1-877-462-2911Answers in many languages including English, Spanish, Mandarin, and more
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HealthMedicaid Nurse Line1-800-283-3221. Push 1 for English and request interpreter line.For Medicaid clients who are not feeling well and are unsure if need to go to the doctor
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HousingColorado Housing Connects 1-844-926-6632Colorado Housing Connects provides statewide housing assistance regarding affordable housing, housing assistance, tenant rights, and more, by connecting Coloradans with local services. Call to speak with a housing counselor who will connect you with resources.
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Other Comprehensive Resource Lists
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List of Resources on COVID-19 for COLORistx
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Denver COVID-19 Resources
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Rocky Mountain Welcome Center Resources
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