Hope Communities programs and services are free, held on-site, and open to all. Affordable Housing Program: Hope Communities has 278 affordable units, housing more than 750 people in 2018 at four Denver properties. Resource Navigation/Adult Education: Individualized resource navigation focuses on access to community resources, benefits, financial literacy, career/personal skill development, and structured educational programs. Child/Youth Development: Classes and programs for youth include early childhood education and healthy parent-child relationship programs, kindergarten preparedness, and homework assistance. Health & Wellness: Hope provides residents and community members access to knowledge and skills to manage their health and wellness. This includes early childhood health education, dental/health/vision screenings, navigation of medical institutions, and other wellness events and clinics. Community-Building: Hope promotes neighborhood alliances, resident meetings/councils, a community garden, and community safety meetings. These programs are customized to address needs at each site.
Manna provides daily to-go meals from 9 to 11, Monday-Saturday. When not open, there is a community fridge on site for individuals needing a meal. We also provide services on-site including: case management, SNAP enrollment, showers, mail services (Manna can serve as your mailing address), ID assistance (SS, birth certs, drivers license, etc.), thrift store vouchers, haircut vouchers, computer access, bus tokens and resource referrals for housing or other services.
MRC provides basic needs assistance including: emergency financial assistance with rent/mortgage, utilities, transportation, medical expenses, and case management. Family Education and Support, Community Health which aims to foster wellness through outreach, engagement, and public policy advocacy. Additionally, MRC has a food share pantry and Mobile Food share program.
We offer individual, couples, and family therapy to victims of trauma. Methodology is not restricted to in-person as we offer tele-health and phone services.
Project Hope is an organization focused on serving victims of crimes including sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. Services include, 24/7 crisis line, safe shelter, food, clothing, transportation, crisis intervention and safety planning, court advocacy, address confidentiality program, restorative justice, legal aid, financial assistance, transitional housing, crime victims compensation, counseling (up to 6 sessions), peer support groups, and resource referrals.
Re-fined has a mentoring program, styling program and court support program. The Mentoring Program trains and supports Mentor Advocates and provides encouragement, resources, education, tools and discipleship to better equip them in their relationship with survivors. Re-fined’s Styling Program provides services and resources to restore a survivor’s dignity and self-worth through cosmetology and fashion. Re-fined partners with salons in the community to offer services free of charge for job interviews, graduations, and milestone achievements for participants in stabilization housing. The Court Support Program couples empowerment and confidence to support survivors with their appearance related needs for court dates and trials. This program provides invaluable courage to victims, giving them an inner strength to fight for justice while instilling in them words of truth and hope for their future.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to provide tools for empowerment of survivors as well as educate all stakeholders of human trafficking. Our programs include Skills Development (classes in computer/microsoft and financial literacy which segue to business coaching class), mentoring group sessions, SAFE(survivor awareness & first encounter), and Awareness Education (Conference, Workshop, Presentation & training). We connect survivors through our business coaching classes to microfinance companies that help them secure small grants/loans to start small business of their own; and connection to businesses for internships with possible job offers. Additional services include: Food Assistance and Transportation assistance.
Rose Andom Center houses over 15 different government and community-based agencies that provide a wide array of services for survivors of domestic violence. Clients begin with an intake appointment in which they meet with a Rose Andom Center Intake Specialist to discuss safety concerns and all available services at the Center. From the intake, clients are connected to any/all services they deem beneficial for themselves. While there is law enforcement in the building, clients are never required to interact with those agencies if they do not wish to.
Services: Advocacy (safety planning and support), Children’s Services, Civil Legal (protection orders, divorce/custody, landlord disputes, etc.), Criminal Legal (don’t have to file criminal charges to seek services), Medical (primary care, well-woman, prenatal, etc.), Self-Sufficiency (job skills, debt management, financial literacy), Counseling, and Pathways to Hope (year round mentoring program + camp ages 7-11).
Sarah’s Home is a safehouse shelter for young women and girls who have been sex trafficked. The program consists of counseling and therapy, life skill training, medical care, job skill training, spiritual guidance, relationship training, mentoring and education. Our accredited school, Aspire Academy, is on our property which allows our girls to complete credits that may have missed.
Provides counseling, safe housing navigation, WAGEES re-entry program, basic need assistance (food/clothing), legal advocacy and trial support to Hispanic/Latino victims of domestic violence; also provides educational groups for adult and child/youth victims of domestic violence. Additional services include case management, education, job support, life skills, victim assistance (court accompaniment/legal advocacy/medical advocacy) and HIV/AIDS support.
Short term shelter/Emergency shelter and drop in center located in Boulder, CO. If client can get to the shelter and there is availability (currently can house 14 youth per night) then they can stay as long as they present proof of age with some form of documentation.
Chase House – residential program for 12-18 year olds
The Source Overnight Shelter – emergency shelter for 12-21 year olds
The Source Drop in Center – open 7 days/week for 12-24 year olds
1440 Pine – supportive housing complex for 18-24 year olds
Transitional Living Program – long term housing navigation for 18-24 year olds
Street Outreach Program – connecting with youth experiencing homelessness
The Don’t Look Back Center (DLBC) was founded in 2018 as a center to keep women and transwomen with substance use disorders, Trauma, and PTSD out of the criminal justice system. DLBC provides substance use disorder treatment and prevention services and trauma services including: a relapse prevention group, DUI/DWAI Classes, competency restoration education, transitional sober living home, and H.E.R. culturally competent group counseling. They also provide care management and supportive housing to adult females and transwomen.
Trauma-Informed, Gender-Responsive, and Holistic Behavioral Health Treatment and Services. Services provided include support groups (trauma, empowerment, addiction recovery, and men’s trauma recovery), behavioral health, HIV prevention and care, criminal justice (programs for incarcerated or formerly incarcerated individuals to help get back on track), housing (direct referrals from Parole and City of Denver), and acudetox/acupuncture.
Women, transgender individuals, and their children who seek assistance from The Gathering Place have access to a wide range of programs and services. These include: Day shelter services that meet basic needs, connect clients to resources, crisis and wellness services, and provide peer to peer engagement. Additional services include: showers, laundry, nap rooms, meals, food/clothing bank, harm reduction (Narcan + training & test strips), Art studio, peer specialist, mental health services, and housing case management.
Core program (Motherwise) includes 6 weeks of workshops plus one-on-one coaching for mothers on knowing themselves, what healthy relationships are to them, communication and relationship skills for all kinds of relationships, and connecting with a newborn baby. After core programming has been delivered, additional opportunities for wrap around services are provided. Must be pregnant or parenting to receive services.