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From Atlantis Community, Inc.

This is a note from our Disaster Preparedness Coordinator to remind you to keep following COVID-19 guidelines. Colorado COVID-19 cases are rising so we must make sure we are following these guidelines to protect ourselves and others. 

1. Wear a face covering when outside of your home. 

2. Social distance by staying home if possible. If leaving home, stay at least 6 feet apart from others. The number of non-related people allowed to gather in unregulated settings is currently only 5.

3. Wash your hands frequently!

Graphic of the risk of contracting Covid-19 from an Asymptomatic Covid-19 Carrier to and Uninfected Person. Very High if both are unmasked, high is the person in uninfected but masked and if the infected person is not masked, medium if the infected person is masked and if the uninfected person is not masked, low if both people are masked, very low if both people are masked and practicing social distancing, virtually none is both individuals are housed separately.
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Website Survey: Atlantis Community, Inc.

We are redesigning our website and need your input!

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Image Description: An infographic with black letters and white background. Text: Atlantis Community, Inc. Image: The Atlantis Community logo with a person in a wheelchair breaking chains underneath a colorful rainbow. Text: COVID RELIEF PROGRAM FOR OUR CONSUMERS. Image: A black outline of a wooden food box with carrots, lettuce, and other indistinguishable produce. Text below image: We have partnered with The GrowHaus and have provided 266 food boxes. Image: A black outline of a medical mask. Text below image: We have provided over 50 PPE kits to our consumers that include masks and hand sanitizer. Image: A black outline of a tent with two stars and a crescent moon. Text below image: We have purchased 30 sets of tents and sleeping bags and are distributing them to consumers. Image: A black outline of a laptop: Text below image: We have partnered with PCs for People to provide technology to our consumers. Image: A black outline of a hand holding an outline representing a person. Text below image: Atlantis Community, Inc., Our programs and services are based upon five core principles: Advocacy, Information and Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living, Transition and Youth Transition. In 2019 we provided services to 3,553 Housing, 242 Vocational, 528 Representative Payee, 2,381 Total Consumers Served, 1,429 Information and Referral, 384 Housing Vouchers, 569 Advocacy, 536 Benefits Counseling, 2,321  Independent Living and Life skills training.
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Being there makes a difference, especially when exercising your right to vote! This is why MobilityWorks is offering a $1 Rental Special on Election Day on November 3rd. Take advantage of this one day offer by calling (877) 275-4915. Reservations will only be taken over the phone for this offer. Call today!

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Food Resources

Food Resource Hotline

Call the bilingual Food Resource Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626or in 

Metro Denver at (720) 382-2920

It’s open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Messages left after-hours or on a weekend will be returned the next business day. 

(If you need TTY, call at
7-1-1 or 1-800-659-2656.)

2020 Mobile Food Pantry Schedule


Empower Field at Mile High (1701 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80204) the fourth Monday of every month from 9 - 11:30 a.m. or until all food is distributed.

Eligibility is self-declared for government food distribution programs - you do not need to provide any proof of eligibility (photo IDs are encouraged but not required)
• Distribution is outdoors - please dress appropriately for the weather (hot or cold)
• Please bring bags or boxes to transport your food
• Call 303-371-9250 for weather information
• Visit or call 2-1-1 for more information

Abundant Life Community Church


6520 Wadsworth blvd. suite 130 Arvada 

Phone Number: 

303 421-1373

The food pantry is open every Saturday from 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM. You do not need to show proof of identification or need to be a member of the church.

Mental Health Resources


1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) - English
1-877-SUICIDA (1-877-784-2432) - En español

Centennial Mental Health Center, INC

CMHC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. For more information, call 970-522-4392.

Rent Assistance Resources

Community Resources & Housing Development Corporation

CRHDC provides a wide range of affordable, low-income apartment rental opportunities across
the state of Colorado. For more information, call (303) 428-1448.

Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation

CHAC’s mission is to help make housing and successful homeownership affordable to low-income people. For more information, call (303) 572-9445.

Days Until the November 3rd Election
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CCDC Ballot Guide - In English
CCDC Ballot Guide - En Español
Advocacy Denver Ballot Guide
For more information on voter registration and other voting resources, visit our website here.
Current Events by Maryann C.

As of 10/20/2020: 86,374 cases

2,180 deaths among cases
(2,051 due to COVID-19)

To read more use this website:

  • Denver issues new mask rules to make wearing a mask mandatory both inside and outside in public spaces. Mayor Hancock also limited gatherings from 10 to 5 people. Read more here.
  • Gov. Jared Polis has extended the mandatory statewide mask order on October 11, 2020 for 30 days. It may continue to be extended if necessary.
  • Update on wildfires in Colorado here.
    Denver's Pepsi Center COVID-19 Testing Site closed on 9/30/20

    Free testing located near you. Click this link to find a testing center closest to your neighborhood. 

    If you experience an accessibility issue while trying to get a COVID-19 test, please email our Associate Director, Anaya Robinson at

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    • The Chronicles Peer Support:

      First and third Thursdays of the month from 11:00am - 12:00pm (MT). **October 8th & 22nd 2020**

    • Self-Empowerment Peer Group:
      Every Thursday, from 12:00pm - 1:00pm (MT).

    • Youth Connect Call:
      Every Friday, from 4:00-5:00pm (MT). *New time*

    RSVP to Peer Support groups by emailing Mollie at
    or call (303) 733-9324

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    Colorado Sled Hockey is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1995 and in 1996 was the first sled hockey team sponsored by an NHL affiliate. We are dedicated to providing a competitive environment to foster independence and elevate social interaction through hockey.

    Visionaries (blind hockey organization), and Aces Hockey Academy are partnering to do monthly adaptive skates.

      • Oct Sessions: 8:15 am to 9:15 am MST on Oct  23rd
      • Adaptive events will be held at:
        • The Ice Ranch @ 841 South Park Dr, Littleton, CO 80120

    A colorful painting of a fat dark-skinned brown woman wearing a respirator mask next to a brown-skinned woman in a wheelchair with a child in her lap, both holding a staff with a glowing white orb as storms and fires rage around them. Below them is a green octopus with flood water and fire's flames. The horizon is red and orange as the city behind them burns.

    Sins Invalid Presents We Love Like Barnacles: Crip Lives in Climate Chaos

    Oct 23, 24, or 25

    Through dance, song, storytelling, poetry and performance, our seven artists will show how the crip community is surviving, thriving and resisting injustice. Our performance offers a glimpse of disabled wholeness where our bodies, politics, sexuality, dreams, and liberation are central to the evolution of this planet. 

    All events will have a pre-performance lounge and a post-performance live Q&A. All performances will be Closed Captioned, ASL interpreted and Audio Described

    Sins Invalid is a disability justice based performance project creating artistic and educational work that centralizes disabled artists of color, queer, trans and non-binary disabled artists as members of communities who have been historically marginalized.

    Buy tickets here

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