Homelessness and Ready to Work Boulder

Ready to Work Boulder  Homelessness in the United States According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 20 to 25% of the homeless population in the United States suffers from some form of severe mental illness. Chronic mental illness is one of the four main sub-types of homeless persons; the others being the street...
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Free and Low-cost Bicycles

Bikes Together gives free used bikes to groups of 10-15 participants that are identified by partner agencies through their Bike Distribution Program .   Bike Distribution Program  Bikes Together partners with community organizations to distribute fully-repaired bicycles. Their partners select their own group of (10-15) bike-less participa...
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Military Veteran Winter clothing giveaway and free lunch in Denver

The Veteran Service Center in Denver will be giving away Winter clothing such as hats, coats, blankets, gloves and more. This giveaway will also include a free lunch. The event is open to all military Veterans and their families. Betty Kuhl Coat Giveaway Luncheon ​ ​Location ​ ​Volunteers of America, Bill Daniels Veteran Service Center ​ ​Address ​...
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List of Support Services for the Homeless & Low-Income Families in Denver

Compilation of organizations and services available to the homeless or low-income individuals and families in Denver. Homeless Shelters in Denver & Boulder Denver Rescue Mission Lawrence Street Shelter 1130 Park Ave W, Denver CO 303-294-0157 Salvation Army Crossroads 720-305-4640 Boulder Shelter 4869 N Broadway, Boulder CO Day Shelter...
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Phone Assistance Available in Denver

Free Lifeline Phone  The United States government provides assistance getting a phone through their Lifeline program. Lifeline is the FCC's program to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. Lifeline provides subscribers a discount on monthly telephone service, broadband Internet access service, or voic...
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ID Card, Birth Certificates, Social Security Cards

Colorado ID Project  The Colorado ID Project offers assistance to eligible low-income and senior Coloradans who need help gathering the documents needed to get a state ID, including birth certificates. The Project also assists in complex cases such as name changes, vouchers to cover the cost of ID, replacement of lost immigration or citiz...
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Day Labor - Temporary Employment

Ready Temporary Services  Official statement on their employment services: At the Ready Companies, we do more than just fill jobs. Community involvement is at the core of our company philosophy, whether it's political involvement to support good causes or donations to some of Denver's most respected organizations that help the city's need...
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Meal Locations

 Get Food Denver Metro Caring  You are welcome to visit our market for a wide variety of fresh, nutritious food at no cost. Our market is filled with fresh produce, dairy, meat and plenty of other items. ​ https://denverdonate.com/get-food/denver-metro-caring Meal locations are organized by region: the Denver Five-Points, Capitol Hill, We...
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Ready to Work Phone Number

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Ready to Work Boulder Phone Number    ​ (720) 356-2773 Ready to Work Aurora Phone Number ​ (720) 621-5811

Step 13 Sober Living

Step 13 Sober Living  What is Sober Living? Sober living environments are facilities used by people recovering from substance abuse, which serve as an interim environment between rehab and their future lives. Sober living environments grew out of a need to have safe and supportive places in which people could live while they were in recovery. ...
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