Atlantis Apartments owned by the Atlantis Community Foundation
Atlantis Community, Inc., is excited to have our office in the new Atlantis Apartments owned by the Atlantis Community Foundation with daily operations overseen by Ross Property Management. If you have any questions about the apartments, leasing information, hours of operations, or need maintenance support, please contact Ross Property Management at 720.470.0098 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join All of Us Research Program: Further Individual Healthcare
National Institute of Health All of Us Research Program
The All of Us Research Program is inviting one million people across the U.S. to help build one of the most diverse health databases in history. We welcome participants from all backgrounds. Researchers will use the data to learn how our biology, lifestyle, and environment affect health. This could help them develop better treatments and ways to prevent different diseases.
Too often, health care is one size fits all. Treatments meant for the “average” patient may not work well for individual people. Health care providers may find it difficult to coordinate care among specialists or to access all of a patient’s health information. Researchers may spend lots of time and resources creating new databases for every study.
All of Us is working to improve health care through research. Unlike research studies that focus on one disease or group of people, All of Us is building a diverse database that can inform thousands of studies on a variety of health conditions.
This creates more opportunities to:
-Know the risk factors for certain diseases
-Figure out which treatments work best for people of different backgrounds
-Connect people with the right clinical studies for their needs
-Learn how technologies can help us take steps to be healthier
All of Us is powered by participants.
By joining the program:
-Help represent your community in important studies that may lead to new research findings, treatments, and cures.
-Learn about your own health, including risk factors that are specific to your family history or community.
-Learn about additional research opportunities, such as clinical trials, that may be relevant to you.
- a legacy for your children, your grandchildren, and future generations by supporting potential breakthroughs in areas such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, dementia, depression, and chronic pain.
Thank you for your interest in applying to the COVID-19 Emergency Hunger Relief Fund. We are excited to announce that we are able to open an eighth round of applications!
Applications are now open and will be accepted until 5 p.m. MST on Friday, Jan. 15.
PLEASE READ the following information carefully as we are accepting two tiers of applications for this round.
The first tier of applications is for those that are seeking emergency hunger relief funding (i.e. need to provide food and meals to individuals). This application has a maximum grant amount of $10,000.
The second tier of applications is for those that are not only seeking emergency hunger relief funds but are also focusing on more long term systems + infrastructure building. This could include: bringing your legislator for a site visit and sharing the importance of funding anti-hunger programs; becoming a food bank partner; infrastructure support that would allow for longer-term service delivery; efforts to build partnerships with local farmers; projects aimed at policy or systems change; modifying food options based on client preference; or more significant case management for families accessing services. This application has a few additional questions and the funding range is $10,000 to $20,000.
Members at The Gathering Place receive three freshly prepared meals (breakfast, lunch, and snack) every day in our community dining room. For many of our members, this is the only reliable meal they can count on. Providing healthy, nutritious meals is the cornerstone of our programming at The Gathering Place, and we believe it's a crucial service that allows members to maintain and uphold dignity and independence.
From The Heart Enterprises offers supportive mental health programs and resources for Black men, youth and families and engages through community events and educational seminars. Events include Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) meetings and Family Service Days. In 2019, founder Halim Ali was named a 2019 My Brother’s Keeper (MBK25) honoree in Denver.
Servicios de la Raza has a behavioral health clinic providing English and Spanish outpatient and substance abuse services for underserved and uninsured communities of color. Types of care include individual, couples, family and group therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.
Address: 3131 W. 14th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80204
A collaboration of regional agencies, the OneHome team works hard with homeless services, housing, and community providers to manage a coordinated entry system to cover Metro Denver which includes Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties.
Friends with Furniture is a community organization dedicated to bridging the gap between individuals wanting to donate their used furniture and household items to individuals who do not have the means to furnish themselves.
Thanks to donations, volunteers, and the grant provided by Noven Charitable Foundation, FWF has been able to make monthly deliveries to individuals in need. Since October of 2020 we have been able to furnish 13 homes.
“You have been a blessing to me and my kids truly we are thankful for your kindness it means so much to a person like me” – Furniture recipient
Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, and Jefferson counties are all at LEVEL ORANGE, Severe Risk (Stay At Home). To read more about what that means click here.
A mandatory mask-wearing requirement for Colorado went into effect in July 2020 and recently was amended in Executive Order D 2021 007 on January 6, 2021 until February 4, 2021. It may continue to be extended if necessary.