Community Resources

The information provided is an informational resource only and is correct and current to the best of our knowledge. These are not resources necessarily available through Crossroads Church (although some are.) We CANNOT guarantee the accuracy and inclusion does not guarantee complete approval of this agency. The geographic area represented is limited to the area for the majority of our members and attenders and should not considered to be exhaustive. If you are aware of a significant omission or error, please contact us and we will edit / research your information.

Contact the resource below to find out the availability of services and eligibility requirements. Some services are available statewide – some are limited to very specific zip codes.

Many organizations do not accept drop-in visits, so contact and make an appointment before traveling to location.

Additional Community Resource Guides

• Cold Weather Care’s Community Resource Guide

• Denver Human Services General Resources

• United Way’s Resource List: 211

Addiction

Addiction Center
www.addictioncenter.com/rehabs/
877-655-5116
Addiction Center is an online hub with a wealth of information on various chemical addictions and treatment center resources.

Arapahoe House
303-657-3700, www.arapahoehouse.org

Celebrate Recovery
www.celebraterecovery.com

DrugRehab.com
Resource and information for drug and alcohol recovery

The Road Called Strate
For ex offenders and youth. Many additional services
1532 Galena Street Suite 395, Aurora, CO 80010
303-360-9176, www.theroadcalledstrate.com

Salvation Army – Harbor Light Addictions Relapse Prevention Program
For Men Age 18+
2136 Champa Street (Broadway and Champa), Denver, CO 80205
303-296-2456, www.imsalvationarmy.org

Domestic Violence/Abuse

24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline – 303-322-7273

A Women’s Place
Shelter and help empower victims and survivors of domestic abuse to become safe, secure and self-reliant.
Serving Ft. Lupton/Greeley area
Crisis: 970-356-4226, 866-356-4226
Business: 970-351-0476
awpdv.org

Domestic Violence Initiative
Men, women, and children with disabilities
P.O. Box 300535, Denver, CO 80203
303-839-5510, www.dviforwomen.org

iEmpathize
Child exploitation and human trafficking
4845 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101, Boulder CO 80301
303-625-4074, www.iempathize.org

Joy House
Denver, CO (location not disclosed)
303-863-8368, www.coloradowomenofvision.org

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
P.O. Box 231
Longmont, CO 80502
303-772-0432, www.safeshelterofstvrain.org

Salvation Army – Lambuth Center
2741 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80211
303-477-3758, www.imsalvationarmy.org

Ralston House
Child Advocacy Center. Dedicated to helping children and teens heal for the trauma of sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse.10795 W. 58th Avenue, Arvacd, CO 80002
720-898-6741, www.ralstonhouse.net

Weld County Human Services
29950 9th Street, Fort Lupton, CO 80621
303-857-4052, www.co.weld.co.us/Departments/HumanServices/SouthWeldCountyCampus.html

Weld County Only

Education

The Center for Career & Community Enrichment
Job Skills training, Housing Services, Self Improvement, Adult Education. 3CE is a “one-stop-shop” providing access to educational classes and one-on-one support in a friendly setting to help people improve their lives.
7117 Federal Blvd., Westminster, CO 80030
720.502.5890, http://my3ce.org/

Community of Faith United (COFU)
General Education, training and computer lab
10530 Huron Street, Northglenn, CO 80234
303-452-2727, www.cofu.org

Denver Street School
Offers students a second chance to earn a high school diploma through a fully accredited program
PO Box 140069, Denver, CO 80214
www.denverstreetschool.org

English as a Second Language (ESL)
Crossroads Church Northglenn
10530 Huron Street, Northglenn, CO 80234
Sessions begin each fall
303-452-5332, www.crossroadsabc.com/esl

The Crossings Church of the Nazarene
3501 W. 104th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80031
303-469-5149, www.crossingchurch.org

Turnabout Inc.
Employment training
1630 East 14th Avenue, Denver, CO 80218
303-813-0005, www.turnaboutprogram.org

Finance/Taxes

Financial Peace University
A biblically-based program that teaches people how to handle money God’s ways. This program will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend & save wisely & much more! Crossroads Church often holds classes at our Thornton campus. To look for a class in your area click here.

Get Out of Debt Counseling
One-on-one financial counseling, focusing on the area of debt elimination. Schedule a meeting with Bob through the Crossroads Counseling Center. Contact: Bob Marette, bobmarette@hotmail.com, 303-280-9565

Tax Assistance for Seniors and Individuals with includes below $56,000
January 26-April 13, 2016, 9am-6pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Thornton Senior Center, 9471 Dorothy Blvd.

Free help is available in completing the simple federal and state income tax returns. Electronic filing is available. Bring a copy of last year return, all income reporting forms with interest, dividends, pensions, wages and Social Security, as well as a list of potentially deductible items. Appoints are on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more info call George Mazzotti, Adams County Treasurer’s office, 720-523-6163.

Food

List of Resources in Northglenn/Thornton area

Download/View list of Food Banks/Food Pantries in Adams County

Broomfield FISH
Broomfield residents only
26 Garden Center #1, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-465-1600, www.broomfieldfish.org

City of Thornton Food Resources List
web.cityofthornton.net/thorntoncares/Food.asp

Community of Faith
In the process of moving, watch for updates.
303-452-2727, www.communityoffaith.us

From His Hands Food Bank
Ft. Lupton area
Crossroads Church Ft. Lupton, 1115 1st Street, Ft. Lupton, CO 80621
303-452-5332, Ft. Lupton From His Hands Food Bank

Growing Home
3489 W 72nd Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030
303-426-0430, www.growinghome.org

Immaculate Heart of Mary
Northglenn residents only
11385 Grant Drive, Northglenn, CO 80233
303-452-2041, www.ihmco.org

North Denver Cares
Broomfield area
6900 W. 117th Ave, #700W, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-466-2115, www.northdenvercares.org

Salvation Army Broomfield
Broomfield residents only
1080Birch Street, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-428-6430, www.imsalvationarmy.org (then Colorado, Denver Metro Locations, Broomfield)

Tri-County Baptist Church
6953 W 92nd Lane, Broomfield, CO 80021
Food Distribution every other Tuesday 3:30-5pm
(303) 424-2287

Weld County Human Services
Weld County only

Grief

List of Community Resources related to Grief
https://www.heartlightcenter.org/index.php/community-grief-resources

GriefShare at Crossroads
This is a special study and support group for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one. It’s a safe place to find healing and hope. The sessions are self-contained, so come to any or all of the sessions. Visit the Pastoral Care page > Grief, Loss and Divorce section for more information.

Judi’s House
For children ages 3-25 who are experiencing grief.
At Judi’s House, children, teens and young adults ages 3-25 have the opportunity to participate in support groups with youth their own age who have had similar experiences of bereavement. Children and their adult caregivers learn healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with the death of a loved one.
720-941-0331, judishouse.org

Health

Colorado Access Health Plans
They offer access to behavioral and physical health services for low-income Coloradans.
800.511.5010, www.coaccess.com

Children’s Hospital – Colorado Dental Center
Dental – children only
1575 Wheeling Street, Aurora, CO 80045
720-777-6788, www.childrenscolorado.org/departments/dental

Christian Healthcare Ministries
An option for health care insurance
http://www.chministries.org/

Clinica Family Health Services, Inc
Medical, Multiple locations
8300 Alcott Street, Suite 205, Westminster, CO 80031
303-650-4460, www.clinica.org

Clinica Family Health Services, Inc
Dental, Multiple locations
8990 Washington Street, Thornton, CO 80229
720-929-1655, 303-650-4460, www.clinica.org

Colorado AIDS Project
2490 West 26th Avenue Suite 300A, Denver, CO 80211
303-837-0166, www.coloradoaidsproject.org

Community Reach Center
Mental health
8931 Huron Street, Thornton, CO 80260
303-853-3500, www.communityreachcenter.org

Denver Health & Hospital Authority
General medical – Denver residents only
777 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80207
303-602-2300, www.denverhealth.org

HIV Carelink
Committed to preventing the spread of HIV, empowering and supporting those affected by HIV/AIDS and equipping the church to minister effectively to people living with HIV
3760 Vance St. Ste., 302, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
719-660-5331, www.hivcarelink.org

Kids in Need of Dentistry
Dental – children only. Service may be provided via a van at select locations
2465 South Downing Street, Suite 210, Denver, CO 80210
303-733.3710, www.kindsmiles.org

Inner City Health Center
Provides affordable medical, dental and pre-natal on a sliding scale based on income to anyone who does not have insurance.
3800 York Street, Denver, CO 80205
303-296-1767, www.innercityhealth.com

LifeChoices Pregnancy Center
Sex education, pregnancy testing, parenting choices. Multiple locations
10259 Washington Street, Denver, CO 80229, 303-450-6363
239 Park Avenue, Ft. Lupton, CO 80621, 303-651-2050
www.lifechoices.org

Medication Information
BeSafeRX

Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics
Medical for children and adolescents only
9197 Grant Street, #200, Thornton, CO 80229
303-450-3690, www.rmyclinics.org/index.php/locationsprograms/thornton-clinic

Salud Family Health Centers – Brighton Clinic
Medical Brighton area only
30 South 20th Ave. Suite A Brighton, CO 80601
303-286-8900, www.saludclinic.org

Salud Family Health Centers – Commerce City Clinic
Medical East Adams county only
6075 Parkway Drive, Suite 160, Commerce City, CO 80022
303-286-8900, www.saludclinic.org

Salud Family Health Centers – Ft. Lupton
Medical Lower Weld County only
1115 Second Street, Fort Lupton, CO 80621
303-857-2771 ext 2742, www.saludclinic.org

University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine
Dental – adults only
13065 E. 17th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80045
303-724-6900, www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/DentalMedicine

Young Dentistry For Children • Happens once a year
Fri, Feb 5, 2016 (For future dates contact office)
Young Dentistry, Westminster & Louisville Offices
Young Dentistry will provide free dental care for kids ages 1-18. Kids must not have any dental insurance, including Medicaid.
Contact their Westminster office, 303-280-9036 or Louisville office, 303-604-0710

Housing/Rent/Shelters

Access Housing, Inc.
6978 Colorado Blvd., Commerce City, CO 80022
303-289-7078, www.acchouse.org

Adams County Housing
Adams County only – Section 8, housing counseling, mortgage / rent / utility assistance
7190 Colorado Boulevard, Commerce City, CO 80020
303-227-2075, www.adamscountyhousing.com

Almost Home, Inc.
231 N. Main Street, Brighton, CO 80022
303-289-7078, www.almosthomeonline.org

Broomfield FISH
Broomfield residents only.
26 Garden Center #1, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-465-1600, www.broomfieldfish.org

Catholic Charities Northeast Emergency Assistance Center
A large number of assistance items
6621 E. 72nd Ave., Commerce City, CO 80022
303-287-1127, www.catholiccharitiesks.org

The Center for Career & Community Enrichment
Job Skills training, Housing Services, Self Improvement, Adult Education. 3CE is a “one-stop-shop” providing access to educational classes and one-on-one support in a friendly setting to help people improve their lives.
7117 Federal Blvd., Westminster, CO 80030
720.502.5890, http://my3ce.org/

Cold Weather Care
CWC Case Manager: Ashley Hudson, MSW
Hours of Operation: Mon–Fri, 10am- 5pm
Intake Hours: Mon–Fri, 10–3pm
Intake Address: 10530 Huron Street, Northglenn, CO 70241
Eligible for program: Families with children, single women and single men
Location of shelter: Rotation of churches
Intake Number: 303-847-9072, www.coldweathercare.org

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Transitional/Section 8 housing for up to two years. Contact for qualifications.
303-293-2217, www.coloradocoalition.org

Colorado Homeless Families
CHF serves families with children who are classified as ‘New Poor’ families who are homeless for the first time, or ‘Working Poor’ families who earn low wages and cannot keep up with the rising cost of living, including housing
303-420-6634, www.chfrb.org

Family and Senior Homeless Initiative
Transitional housing for person with child dependent and seniors
6090 Smith Road, Denver, CO 80216
303-313-2440, www.fshi.org

Family Motel
This is a fully operational hotel that maintains 30 rooms, serves a daily continental breakfast, and qualifying women/ families can stay for up to 14 nights. Sometimes they will also provide a vouchers to stay at another hotel (if they have young children or special needs) and the hotel itself does not have space. In order to qualify, individuals must be a Denver resident, must be a family or single woman, requires that individual has a referral from a medical provider. If the individual is from out of county then they may be eligible for a one night stay (depending on availability).
They give out vouchers daily until 2:30pm
Location: 4855 W. Colfax, Denver, CO, 80204, Phone: 720-904-9821

Growing Home
Temporary shelter for children and their families
3489 W 72nd Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030
303-426-0430, www.growinghome.org

Immaculate Heart of Mary
Northglenn residents only
11385 Grant Drive, Northglenn, CO 80233
303-452-2041, www.ihmco.org

Minor Home Repair Assistance for Adams County
through Adams County Community & Neighborhood Resources
4430 South Adams County Parkway, Brighton CO 80601
720-523-6201, www.adcobov.org/minorhomerepair

Salvation Army – Broomfield
Broomfield residents only – rent and utility assistance
1080 Birch Street, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-428-6430, www.imsalvationarmy.org

Salvation Army – Denver Family Services
2201 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80205
303-295-2107, www.imsalvationarmy.org

Salvation Army – Lambuth Center
2741 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80211
303-477-3758, www.imsalvationarmy.org

Thornton Housing Resources
Click on this link for a full list of housing resources in this area.
Thorntoncares.com/housing

Weld County Human Services
Weld County only – Section 8, housing counseling, mortgage / rent / utility assistance
29950 9th Street, Fort Lupton, CO 80621
303-857-4052, www.co.weld.co.us/Departments/HumanServices/SouthWeldCountyCampus.html

Job Search

Adams County Workforce
Looking for employment opportunities in Adams County.
adcogov.org

Job Search Assistance
Valerie Hunt, Job Search Specialist, can meet you at the Crossroads Northglenn Campus.
She can meet with you based on their needs for resume reviews, job referrals and job seeking assistance, help with referrals to community and college training programs, interviewing strategies, etc.
Contact: vhunt53@msn.com

Legal

American Immigration Lawyers Association
Download list

Colorado Legal Services
Help obtaining IDs, general legal services
1905 Sherman Street #400, Denver, CO 80203
303-837-1313, www.coloradolegalservices.org (Chasque aquí para el español)

Justice And Mercy Legal Aide Clinic (JAMLAC)
General legal aide. By appointment only
2330 W. Mulberry Place, Denver, CO 80204
Remote location: COFU, 10530 Huron Street, Northglenn, CO 80234
303-839-5198, www.milehighmin.org

Disability Law Colorado
455 Sherman St. #130, Denver, CO 80203
303-722-0300, https://disabilitylawco.org/

Moving

MovingHelp.com

It’s sponsored by U-Haul. Enter a few details about your move and receive several estimates from moving companies who provide two men working 4 hours. You choose the company. The site gives you a code. At the end of the move, you give the men the code and they go online and get paid.

Orphan Care

Support Groups

Crossroads Foster Care Support Group
This Group offers support for one another and studies a variety of books,information, and topics to better serve as parents. Child care provided with RSVP. Led by Colleen Williams, Wcw1958@msn.com

N.O.F.A.S. Colorado
A support group helping parents in the identification, intervention, support and education about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) for individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, their families, care givers and the community. Support group for parents with children who have behavior disorders. Such as: fetal alcohol syndrome , reactive attachment disorder, traumatic brain injury, bi-polar and other cognitive disabilities. This group offers a relaxed atmosphere, potluck dinner, and child care (donation requested).
Led by Eileen Bisgard, execdir@nofascolorado.org, 720-446-2442

Local Resources

The Adoption Exchange
A statewide community-based network of services to support adoptive families. Adoptex.org

Emerge Family Connections
Emerge Family Connections offers training for families and professionals about effectively parenting and caring for children from hard places. Trust Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) is a parenting and intervention model developed by Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross at the TCU Institute of Child Development. TBRI® is based on a solid foundation of neuropsychological theory and research, tempered by humanitarian principles. It is a family-based intervention, that is designed for children who have experienced relationship-based traumas such as institutionalization, multiple foster placements, maltreatment, and/or neglect.
Check out training opportunities and more at emergefamilyconnections.com

Hope and Home
Hope and Home a “missional”child placement agency.  They are located in Colorado Springs and are interested in expanding into the Denver Fort Collins area.  If you are interested in Foster care and adoption please contact them. THEY ARE AWESOME! They will be visiting Crossroads Church campuses in the near future to connect with families interested in foster care and adoption.
hopeandhome.org, 719-575-9887

Project 1.27
A Christian nonprofit ministry that inspires, recruits and resources churches and families to foster and adopt the kids in their own backyards. Project1.17.com

Online Resources

Dr. Karyn Purvis–Empowered To Connect
empoweredtoconnect.org
Online library of articles, audio and video presentations covering a wide variety of topics for adoptive and foster parents.

Recommended Reading

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind
by Daniel J. Siegel

The Connected Child: Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family
by Dr. Karyn Purvis, Dr. David Cross and Wendy Sunshine
Information and practical interventions for parents of adopted children who have experienced severe trauma and abuse.

 Attachment-Focused Parenting: Effective Strategies to Care for Children
by Daniel Hughes
Attachment focused interventions and information regarding healthy brain development and neurochemistry for parents of children who have experienced trauma.

Seniors

Senior Resources within your City
Several cities offers a wide-range of services for seniors for tax help, house repair, meals on wheels, transportation and more. Click on your city to discover available resources.
Brighton
Broomfield
Federal Heights – scroll down to Seniors
Northglenn
Thornton
Westminster – scroll down to “S” for Seniors

Family and Senior Homeless Initiative
Transitional housing for seniors or adults with child dependent
6090 Smith Road, Denver, CO 80216
303-313-2440, www.fshi.org

Minor Home Repair Assistance for Adams County
through Adams County Community & Neighborhood Resources
4430 South Adams County Parkway, Brighton CO 80601
720-523-6201, www.adcobov.org/minorhomerepair

Safety of Seniors Handyman Program
For limited-income senior homeowners age 60 and older residing in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties.
303-297-0408, www.voacolorado.org/Office-Locations/Volunteers-of-America-Northern-Colorado/Northern-Colorado-Services/Handyman-Program

Senior Home Sharing

Senior sharing homes with senior.
http://sunshinehomeshare.org/

Senior Housing
Click here for a list of Senior Housing Resources available in the area.

Senior Hub
2360 West 90th Avenue, Federal Heights, CO 80260-6700
303-426-4408, www.seniorhub.org

Tax Assistance for Seniors and Individuals with includes below $56,000
January 26-April 13, 2016, 9am-6pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Thornton Senior Center, 9471 Dorothy Blvd.

Free help is available in completing the simple federal and state income tax returns. Electronic filing is available. Bring a copy of last year return, all income reporting forms with interest, dividends, pensions, wages and Social Security, as well as a list of potentially deductible items. Appoints are on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more info call George Mazzotti, Adams County Treasurer’s office, 720-523-6163.

Thornton Paint-A-Thon (once a year for qualifying Thornton senior residents)
Live in Thornton and are a Senior/Disability who needs house painting assistance.
Download qualifying details and application.
Michele Thompson, neighbor@cityofthornton.net, 303-538-7600

Tax Services

The Piton Foundation
Provides free income tax services to Colorado citizens who earn less than $54,000 and have children at home,  as well as information on the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Find a tax site near you: piton.org/tax-help

Transportation

Good Neighbor Garage
Need a Car? See if you qualify.
www.goodneighborgarage.org

Youth/Mentoring

A Precious Child
For children: clothing, sport equipment, baby items and other essentials – by referral
577 Burbank St., Unit E, Broomfield, CO 80020
303-466-4272, www.apreciouschild.org

Adams County Youth Initiative
1500 E. 128th Avenue, Thornton, CO 80241
720-972-4154, www.acyi.org

Hope House of Colorado
Hope House of Colorado is a non-denominational Christian organization offering programs designed to help parenting teen mothers become self sufficient. They have a residential program, mentoring program and GED program.
6985 Sheridan Boulevard, Arvada, CO 80003
303-429-1012, www.hopehouseofcolorado.org

Judi’s House
For children ages 3-25 who are experiencing grief.
At Judi’s House, children, teens and young adults ages 3-25 have the opportunity to participate in support groups with youth their own age who have had similar experiences of bereavement. Children and their adult caregivers learn healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with the death of a loved one.
720-941-0331, judishouse.org

Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives
1615 California Street Suite 712, Denver, CO 80202
303-893-4264, www.opendooryouth.org

Save Our Youth
Transforms the lives of at-risk youth through mentor relationships providing the skills for success in educational, emotional and spiritual development. Adams District 12 through Adams County Youth Initiative.
Contact: Trudy Swain, tswain@saveouryouth.org

Schools Where All Thrive (SWAT)
2nd and 3rd grades students struggling to read.
Through Senior Hub, Ron Ausums, rausmus@seniorhub.org, 303-426-4408 ext. 218

Young Life Broomfield/Adams County
13654 Xavier Lane Suite 100, Broomfield, CO 80023-3607
303-552-8506, www.broomfieldadamscounty.younglife.org

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