Community Resources - Agencies Serving Specific Populations
Asian/Pacific Center for Human Development
24-Hour Assistance (303) 393-0304
1825 York Street
Denver, CO 80203
Non-profit organization serving refugees and immigrants from Asian countries, and the American-born Asian/Pacific populations residing in Colorado. Offers clinical services (outpatient mental health, substance abuse, seniors, youth, domestic abuse), cross-cultural sensitivity training, employment and training services, and referrals. Interpreting and translation services available in diverse Asian languages.
Bridges Family Services
1777 South Bellaire, Suite 170
Denver, CO 80210
The goal of Bridges is to provide comprehensive services to separated and divorcing families. Services include mediation, parent education and support groups, counseling (individual and family), and a visitation program.
The Denver Indian Center
4407 Morrison Road
Denver, CO 80219
Provides a full range of supportive services to American Indian individuals and their families. These services are designed to meet the specific needs necessary to successfully adjust from life on the reservation to urban life. Services include adult education, the Circle of Learning (Early Childhood Education), employment and training opportunities, senior citizens programs, social and human services, and Vision Quest and Red Road Recovery (Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment).
1600 York Street, Suite #201
Denver, CO 80206
The Empowerment Program provides support services, skills training, and a job finding network for women who have served time in prison or jail. The services give offenders the opportunity to reach financial and emotional self-sufficiency so they can avoid the revolving doors of prisons and jails.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Community Services Center of Colorado
Denver, CO 80203
P.O. Box 9798
Denver, CO 80209
Provides services to the gay and lesbian community, including, phone helpline, peer support, numerous specialized support groups, youth services, speaker's bureau, and Pridefest organizing.
Mi Casa Resource Center for Women
360 Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80223
Provides employment and educational services that promote economic independence for low-income women, including career planning, job search assistance, supportive services, non-traditional employment counseling, and educational counseling.
Northeast Women's Center
4821 East 38th Avenue
Denver, CO 80207
Addresses the multiplicity of problems faced by women, single heads of households, teenage parents, displaced workers, and high school drop-outs in the Northeast quadrant. Services include sexual assault counseling, advocacy for women and family concerns, career counseling, individual and group counseling, and teen pregnancy education programs.
(Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
24-Hour Hotline (303) 333-0286
Admin. Office (303) 573-5861
Se Habla Espanol (303) 231-6030
P.O. Box 18901
Denver, CO 80218-0901
P.F.L.A.G. of Denver is a volunteer organization devoted to helping families of gay and lesbian persons come to a greater understanding of each other and achieve an accurate view of homosexuality in general.
Servicios de La Raza
4055 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
Provides and advocates comprehensive, culturally relevant human services for the Latino and Spanish-speaking population. Programs and services include mental health services, alcohol treatment, youth development, domestic violence counseling program, employment training, and a variety of basic emergency services.