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http://www.arapahoehouse.org/about

Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues.  They have helped people in their community, their friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery.  They have helped more than 15,000 members of the community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year. 

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http://www.christsbody.org/

Christ’s Body Ministries feeds, clothes, and shares the gospel 365 days a year with Denver’s poor, hungry, and hurting. In addition, they provide a safe warm day-shelter to all during the week with hot meals, bathrooms, showers, laundry, and phone service. They furnish over 5,000 bags of groceries each year to those who would have otherwise gone without. They supply well over 40,000 meals each year to homeless families and poor people in the inner-city. They provide coats, clothing, socks, gloves, blankets, sleeping bags, toiletries, personal items, transportation, emergency assistance, and referrals to other agencies.

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https://www.denvergov.org/DenverHumanServices

The Family Crisis Center provides a range of services and settings that offer hope and opportunity for children and their families. Their residential programs serve boys and girls from age 10 through age 18 by providing temporary shelter while they are awaiting a more permanent placement setting and therapeutic services to the child and family.

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http://www.interfaithhospitality.org/

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Denver along with over 50 congregations, assist homeless families by providing temporary shelter, meals, transportation and assistance finding work, housing, counseling and supportive services.

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http://www.safehouse-denver.org/

SafeHouse Denver serves victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. All of the women, children and youth who come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.

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www.sfcdenver.org

St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area. They provide shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.

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http://www.seniorassistancecenter.org/index.php

The Senior Assistance Center meets the emergency needs of Denver‘s elderly citizens living below 125% of poverty level. They serve the basic human needs of the Denver metro area senior population . They provide financial assistance to prevent eviction, utility shutoff and for medical, dental or optical needs. They provide food, medical equipment, clothing, blankets, toiletry items and referral services. They are often the last safety net to keep a needy senior from going hungry or becoming homeless. Their goal is to help seniors stay independent and in their own homes.

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http://www.thedeloresproject.org/

The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable overnight shelter and services to unaccompanied adult women who are homeless and have limited resources. The model of service is one of hospitality, respect, and regard for the dignity of each guest. Every night The Delores Project ensures that at least 50 women are safely off the streets — women who might otherwise face the risk of physical danger and illness that comes with living on the streets. By providing transitional support services in addition to emergency shelter, The Delores Project assists women in developing the skills and resources necessary to stay off the streets and move towards stability.

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http://www.urbanpeak.org/

Urban Peak works with homeless and runaway youth between the ages of 14 and 24 in Denver and between the ages of 15 to 21 in Colorado Springs. They provide a safe and caring place so that the youth can begin to work on getting off the streets. They provide counseling, temporary housing, job skill training, a mentoring program and more!

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The provision of referrals for charities, ministries, donation sites and green companies is offered by The Stuff Stop as a referral service. We assume no responsibility for the actions or the services provided by any organization referred through this website.