Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 is a free and confidential community referral service that connects callers with resources which provide food, shelter, rent assistance, clothing, child care options and other types of community assistance. Trained referral specialists are multi-lingual and available to help individuals with real-time resources. Students needing assistance outside of academic support can contact the Mile High United Way at *211 or visit their website at www.unitedwaydenver.org.
Denver 311 is a link for non-emergency services and communications between citizens and the City and County of Denver. We strive to accomplish this goal in a personal, timely, efficient, accurate and measurable manner. Visit the 311 Help Center web page on the Denver website.
Denver Youth Services offers a range of free programs and assistance to help young people ages 14-21 who could use some help with finishing school or getting a GED, tutoring in key skills like reading and math, landing a summer or part-time job, getting a bus pass, or obtaining clothing for work. Learn more.
Denver Workforce Development provides intensive services to our adult customers through our federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program funding. Learn more.
Denver Workforce Jobseeker Services provides core jobseeker services: current job postings, job search assistance, targeting your resume, interview skills, training for employment in growing fields, one-on-one coaching, lots of job fairs, and more! Learn more.
Hunger Free Colorado connects Colorado families and individuals to SNAP/food stamps, food pantries, free meal sites, WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) and other nutrition programs geared towards families, children and seniors. Learn more.
Colorado Crisis Services connects people to trained crisis counselors for issues such as relationship problems, family crises, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and disability. They offer translations services for non-English speakers and make follow-up calls to ensure continued care. Their crisis services are open 24/7 throughout the Denver region, including walk-in centers in Westminster, Lakewood, Littleton, Boulder, Denver and Aurora. Visit their website to see the locations for crisis services. You can also call them at: 1-844-493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255.
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