Denver Human Services Offers Assistance with Home Heating Costs - ASL
With winter fast approaching, Denver Human Services (DHS) is inviting qualifying residents to apply for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP). This statewide program helps eligible residents pay for some of their home heating or heating system repair costs during the cold winter months.
LEAP is available for qualifying households through April 30, 2021, and residents can request an application by calling 1-866-HEAT-HELP (432-8435), or visit www.denvergov.org/LEAP to complete the application online.
Food Resource Hotline
Call the bilingual Food Resource Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626, or in
Serves the residents of Aurora with a Food Bank, Clothing Bank, Utility, Prescription, and Transportation Assistance and School Supplies for Children. A case manager is on staff to assist clients in search of employment and other human service resources. All assistance is provided through telephone interviews to determine the need and by appointment only. There is no walk-in service. Hours of Operations: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Last Friday of the month8:30am - 12:30 pm.
We provide food and clothing, employment and financial counseling, and referral help for people and families in need/ emergency situations in the Aurora area. We are located 1 block south of Colfax on Lansing ave just behind STRAIT lumber. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am - 3:30 pm No Appointment necessary. In order to receive assistance, clients must bring a picture ID.
Jewish Family Service of Colorado (Denver) offers support from mental health specialists for people of any race, faith, age, gender, sexual orientation and more. It also has mental health programs for children and adolescents, refugees, and underserved Russian-speaking immigrants.
All JFS locations are closed to the public. For general information, call 303.597.5000. Learn more about current services offered.
Maria Droste Counseling Center (Denver) provides therapy and counseling services for adults, couples, families, children and adolescents. The center focuses on affordability in order to serve all Medicaid, Medicare, private pay and sliding scale patients. It has various community mental health programs — Children First at 21 local elementary schools, Survivors Mental Health Program (SMHP) for adult survivors of violence and New Directions for substance abuse treatment.
The mission is to help homeless families in the Denver metro area, regain independence, self-sufficiency, and permanent housing through a comprehensive continuum of care and collaboration with community partners.