Our Partners

WeeCycle provides gently used baby gear to low income families through
our network of community-based organizations.
We are honored to support the important work of our community partners.  

If you are a community-based organization in need of essential baby gear or clothing for your clients,
contact us at
info@weecycle.org. Tell us a little about your mission, the people you serve, and how we can help.
New partnership applications are considered depending on our capacity to
meet your needs. Thank you for your interest in becoming a WeeCycle partner!

WeeCycle is unable to donate directly to individuals.
If you are in need of baby gear for your family, please see the list of organizations below that may be of assistance.

  • A Precious Child

    A Precious Child's mission is to provide children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. They assist children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse, neglect, crisis situations, and poverty through their "Cradle to Career" Initiatives. The "Cradle to Career" Initiatives include Family Stability with Precious Essentials and Basics for Babies providing basic essentials such as clothing, coats, shoes, household goods, basic hygiene, diapers, wipes, and baby gear to families in need. Other initiatives include Child and Family Advocacy, Academic Success, Social and Emotional Well Being, and Workforce Development.

    Phone303-466-4272

    Location 7051 W. 118th Ave, Broomfield, CO 80020

    Websitehttps://apreciouschild.org/

  • Academy of Urban Learning

    The Academy of Urban Learning (AUL Denver) is a charter school with the mission to provide students with a positive school community, rigorous academic program, and the skill development necessary to succeed in the world. Through a trauma informed, responsive, and personalized approach, AUL denver provides students with wrap around support, hands on project based learning, and meaningful relationships in the learning environment. The AUL school year begins in August and runs through May.

    Phone303-282-0900

    Location 2417 W 29th Ave, Denver CO 80211

    Websitehttp://auldenver.org

  • Advocates for Children (CASA)

    For over 35 years, Advocates for Children CASA has served abused and neglected children with the help from Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs), tutors, and mentors. Their mission is improving the lives of children and youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, or other life changes, by connecting them with volunteer advocates and activating community partnerships.

    Phone303-695-1882

    Location 16965 Pine Lane #120, Parker, CO 80134

    Websitehttps://adv4children.org/about/

  • African Community Center

    ACC's mission is to help refugees and immigrants rebuild safe, sustainable lives in Denver. They do work with resettlement where ACC operates a reception and placement program through ECDC, Ethiopian Community Development Council. ACC provides employment services and integration programs.

    Phone303-399-4500

    Location 925 S. Niagara St. Suite 200, Denver, CO 80224

    Websitehttp://acc-den.org

  • Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council (ACECC)

    Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council (ACECC) is a collaborative promoting high quality programs and services which support a safe, smart, and healthy start for young children and their families in Arapahoe County. ACECC's Quality Improvement Team works with early childhood centers, programs, and staff to encourage quality care and learning through trainings and one on one coaching. Their Family Support Team consists of in-home visitation programs and resource navigators to educate and support families with young kids.

    Phone720-974-9630

    Location 6880 S. Yosemite Ct. Suite 210, Centennial CO 80112

    Websitehttps://www.acecc.org/

  • Aurora Mental Health Center

    Aurora Mental Health Center is deeply rooted in our diverse community, they deliver state of the art care impacting emotional well-being and addiction recovery. The team of clinicians, specialists and medical staff work 24/7/356 with families, adults, children and adolescents who are experiencing a self-defined crisis. Aurora Mental Health Center also offers a Connect 2 Care (C2C) walk in clinic for those interested in receiving immediate support for non emergency mental health challenges.

    Phone303-617-2300

    Location 1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011

    Websitehttps://www.aumhc.org/

  • Aurora Public School Welcome Center

    The APS Welcome Center assists APS immigrant and refugee families in becoming more familiar with and accustomed to the Aurora Public School System. Family Liaisons are actively involved in the APS community and develop supportive and positive relationships with families. Professional development is a service APS Welcome Center offers to assist teachers and schools to best support their newcomer students. Other services include grade placement, transcript review, and co-planning.

    Phone720-853-4043

    Location 1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011

    Websitehttps://welcomecenter.aurorak12.org/

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado

    The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado is to create and support one-to-one relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. BBBS seeks to change the lives of children facing adversity between the ages of 9 and 18. Programs offered by BBBS are Community Based, Sports buddies, and one on one mentoring plus programs.

    Phone303-433-6002

    Location 750 W Hampden Ave Suite 450, Englewood CO 80110

    Websitehttps://www.biglittlecolorado.org/

  • Boulder County Health GENESIS Program

    Boulder County Health's mission is to address social, economic, and environmental conditions in Boulder County to ensure that all people have an opportunity for a healthy life. The GENESIS program serves Boulder county teen parents from pregnancy through the child's third birthday. The family support specialists are former teen parents who have overcome the obstacle of parenting at a young age, so they are strong role models to young parents. GENESIS Services include one-one-one support, referrals, education, monthly outings, assistance, transportation, school support, job training programs, childbirth classes, and baby essentials.

    Phone303-678-6155

    Location 3284 Broadway, Boulder CO

    Websitehttp://bouldercountyGENESIS.org

  • CASA of Jefferson and Gilpin Counties

    Current programs include Court Approved Special Advocates who advocate for children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Youth Alliance at AVI support youth who are transitioning out of foster care. You can sponsor a child or family during the holiday season through the Holiday Giving Tree.

    Phone303-271-6535

    Location 100 Jefferson County Parkway #2505, Golden CO 80401

    Websitehttp://www.casajeffcogilpin.com/

  • Center for Work, Education and Employment

    Center for Work Educational and Employment (CWEE) support vulnerable workers, mostly single moms, to train for and launch careers. CWEE fosters personal and professional transformation for low-income families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement.

    Phone303-892-8444

    Location 1175 Osage St., Suite 300, Denver, CO 80204

    Websitehttps://cwee.org/

  • Clayton Early Learning

    Clayton Early Learning is an innovation hub that fosters thriving, equitable communities by partnering with families to nurture a whole child, whole family approach to the early years, discover what works, and advance system changes. The Clayton Early Learning Research and Development Department partners with organizations to develop, evaluate, and improve strategies that advance early childhood-related missions and initiatives. Clayton also offers Quality Assessment Services, Training and Professional Development, and Policy and Advocacy work. Clayton programs are provided at low or no cost to Head Start eligible families, based on individual family circumstances.

    Phone303-355-4411

    Location 3801 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205

    Websitehttps://www.claytonearlylearning.org/

  • Colorado Adolescent Maternity Program

    Children's Hospital of Colorado CAMP program looks at not only prenatal and postnatal treatment, but also the social and emotional needs of young mothers and their families. Every CAMP patient, sees a doctor, nurse or midwife, caseworker, nutritionist, social worker, and in some cases psychologist during pregnancy and for a year after delivery. After the baby is born they move to the second phase, which involves parent education classes, transitional housing, social services, and counseling in the use of birth control.

    Phone720-777-6131

    Location 860 N Potomac Circle, Aurora, CO 80011

    Websitehttps://www.childrenscolorado.org/about/news/2014/august-2014/childrens-colorado-camp-program-helps-young-mothers/

  • Denver Children’s Advocacy Center

    Denver Children's Advocacy Center's Mission is to prevent abuse, strengthen families and, restore childhood. They coordinate multi-disciplinary teams of first responders and directly conduct forensic interviews of child victims. They provide comprehensive counseling services to child victims and their non offending family members. Denver Children's Advocacy Center also collabrates with their community to protect kids through prevention-focused initiatives.

    Phone303-825-3850

    Location 2149 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80211

    Websitehttps://www.denvercac.org/

  • Denver Children’s Home

    Denver Children's Home helps kids who have survived trauma, neglect, and abuse confront serious mental health challenges. They offer prevention, intervention, and treatment programs grounded in trauma informed care and the latest in brain development research. DCH offers a 24/7 onsite Residential Program; a fully accredited and integrated school, The Bansbach Academy; a Day Treatment Program; a transitional, semi-independent for adolescents aged 14-18 called Discovery Home; Community Based Services; and an Assessment Program.

    Phone303-399-4890

    Location 1501 Albion St., Denver, CO 80220

    Websitehttps://www.denvercac.org/

  • Denver Early Childhood Council/LAUNCH Together

    Denver's Early Childhood Council elevates the early childhood field through innovation and inclusive leadership, services and solutions.

    Phone303-297-1800

    Location 3532 Franklin St., Suite H, Denver, CO 80205

    Websitehttp://denverearlychildhood.org

  • Denver Indian Family Resource Center

    Denver Indian Family Resource Center (DIFRC)'s mission is to strengthen vulnerable American Indian and Alaskan Native children and families through collaborative and culturally-responsive services. DIFRC provides Indian Child Welfare Act advocacy for reunification efforts for families involved in the child welfare system. Their culturally-responsive services meet the individual needs of each family through home, community, and office-based visits. The staff connect individuals and families to agency services and provide external referrals including utility assistance, baby items, clothing, as well as housing and legal referrals.

    Phone720-500-1020

    Location 1633 Filmore St., GL2, Denver, CO 80206

    Websitehttps://difrc.org/

  • Denver Public Schools, Family and Community Engagement

    Family and Community Engagement (FACE) provides access to resources, information, education and support for everyone in the DPS community at any point in their life's journey, supporting our district's 93,000 students and their families. The "Teams" of FACE are Family Constituency Services, Family Empowerment Team, Family and Youth Services, Multicultural Outreach, and Community Engagement.

    Phone720-423-3054

    Location 1860 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO 80203

    Websitehttps://equity.dpsk12.org/family-and-community-engagement/

  • Developmental Pathways

    Developmental Pathways mission is to enrich the lives of people with developmental disabilities/delays by partnering to provide expertise, support, and advocacy in their pursuit of a meaningful life. The Early Intervention program is for families with a child up to 3 with delay in development and/or qualifying diagnosis. Other programs include Case Management support and Community Engagement.

    Phone303-360-6600

    Location 14280 E Jewell Ave., Suite A, Aurora, CO 80012

    Websitehttps://www.dpcolo.org/

  • Dolls for Daughters, Kenzi’s Kids

    Kenzi's Causes Mission is to support underprivileged children and their families in Colorado by providing toys, food, and more during the holidays; school supplies and clothing during the school year; and assisting families though community outreach, financial planning and professional support.

    Phone303-353-8191

    Location 2230 S Fraser St., Unit 3, Aurora CO, 80014

    Websitehttps://kenziscauses.org/

  • Early Head Start, Lakewood Family Services

    Early Head Start provides early, continuous and comprehensive child development and family support services. The Home Visit programs provide activities, work with you to develop individual and family goals and also provide resources in your community that include housing, food banks, employment, schooling, child programs and more. PACT Activities provide an opportunity for families to connect with other families in their community. Expectant mothers and children ages 0-3 years are eligible for enrollment.

    Location 12100 W Alameda Pkwy, Lakewood, CO 80228

    Websitehttps://www.lakewood.org/Government/Departments/Community-Resources/Programs-and-Activities/Family-Services/Head-Start

  • Early Learning Ventures

    Early Learning Ventures is dedicated to expanding access to quality, affordable childcare. The shared ECE Resources Colorado Platform is powered by CCA for social good and links child care providers to a variety of resources including marketing materials, HR, classroom tools, cost saving, and more. Other services provided by Early Learning Ventures are Child Care Management System and Early Head Start Quality Child Care Partnerships.

    Phone844-293-2820

    Location 18 Invernis Pl E, Englewood CO 80112

    Websitehttps://www.earlylearningventures.org/

  • Every Child Pediatrics

    Every Child Pediatrics mission is to provide high-quality health care to all children, regardless of their families insurance status or ability to pay. Programs and services provided by ECP include counseling and behavioral health services alongside primary medical services and dental care. Care navigators help families apply for benefits, and help families connect to community resources for housing, clothing, transportation, food, education and other needs. Other programs are Reach out and Read, School-Based Health Centers, Nutrition Services, Edna's Pantry, Thrive Clinic, Get Fit, and Confidential Contraceptive Services.

    Phone303-450-3690

    Location 9197 Grant Street, Suite 100, Thornton, CO 80229

    Websitehttps://everychildpediatrics.org/

  • Excel Academy

    Excel Academy is a Denver Public High School in which every student will have an opportunity to earn a diploma.

    Phone720-424-2250

    Location 1825 S. Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80219

    Websitehttps://excelacademy.dpsk12.org/

  • Families Forward Resource Center

    Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) is a full service community service center providing supportive services and programs to North East Denver and North Aurora, CO with the mission to enrich entire families through partnership and services that create a safe, healthy, and connected community. Family Advocacy is a program at the heart of FFRC's mission with services like Family Visitation and Counseling, Utility Assistance Referrals, Holiday Toy drive, Adopt a Family Holiday Program, and Thanksgiving Food Drive. Families Forward Resource Center also has Adult Education, Community Health, and Youth Development programs.

    Phone303-307-0718

    Location 12000 E 47th Ave, #113, Denver, CO 80239

    Websitehttps://familiesforwardco.com/

  • Family Star Montessori School

    Family Star Montessori School's mission is to discover the child in inclusive montessori environments and inspire a movement for educating the human potential. Family Star feels strongly that all children deserve a quality education, beginning at an early age, 0-6, a critical time for brain development. They serve pregnant women, infants and toddlers and young children up to age six in the urban areas of Northeast and Northwest Denver.

    Phone303-477-7827

    Location 2246 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211

    Websitehttps://www.familystar.net/

  • Family Tree

    Family Tree is committed to addressing the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. They provide emergency residential services, case management and advocacy, therapeutic services, outreach support, housing search and placement, education and employment support, among many other services.

    Phone303-422-2133

    Location 3805 Marshall St, Wheatridge, CO 80033

    Websitehttps://www.thefamilytree.org/

  • Florence Crittenton Services

    Florence Crittenton's mission is to educate, prepare, and empower teen mothers and their children. They break the cycle of poverty for two generations - teen mother and child - through education, health and wellness, and economic and social asset building. Florence Crittenton's Early Childhood Education (ECE) Center promotes physical, cognitive, and social emotional development for children of teen mothers beginning at 6 weeks old through pre-K. The Student and Family Support Program (SFSP) assists high school seniors and graduates in developing post-secondary plans and provides support once teen mothers leave the campus. Along with the Florence Crittenton High school, they have an onsite Alethis E. Morgan, MD health center and dental clinic.

    Phone720-423-8900

    Location 96 South Zuni Street, Denver, CO 80223

    Websitehttps://flocritco.org/

  • Foster Source

    Foster Source's mission is to provide relevant training, resources and support to foster parents from a trauma-informed approach, giving them the skills and confidence to spark healing in vulnerable children. Programs within Foster Source include The Learning Source an in person, live virtual and on demand training for foster and kinship parents. The Community Source is an in person and virtual support groups for foster and kinship parents. The Foster Source Relief Services provides items and services to soften the foster care experience for everyone involved. FS Therapeutic Services provides virtual therapy and equine labs for foster and kinship parents.

    Phone303-618-4331

    Location 3879 E. 120th Ave, #218, Thornton CO, 80233

    Websitehttps://fostersource.org/

  • Glass Hearts

    Glass Hearts provides a safe place for young dads age 16-21 to deal with real issues such as: finding a job and moving towards a career, abusive background, fear, anxiety, loss of identity, education needs, job skills, parenting, and many more. If you are a dad contacting them, they respond within 24 hours.

    Phone720-810-2124

    Location Moorehead Recreation Center, Aurora CO

    Websitehttps://glasshearts.org/

  • Growing Home

    In partnership with the community, Growing Home advances equity in food, housing, parenting education, and life long stability to create lasting change for the future. Strengthening Family Services include a food pantry, utility assistance, homelessness prevention assistance, affordable and transformational housing, Collaborative Coaching for family success, and referrals for medical care and other essential services. Nurturing Parent Services include Parents as Teachers Home Visitation and Seedlings classes for new and expecting parents. Connecting Community services connect the families together as well as other community members through Community Organizing, Advocacy, and Volunteerism.

    Phone303-426-0430

    Location 3489 W 72nd Ave, Suite 112, Westminster CO 80030

    Websitehttps://growinghome.org/

  • Hope In Our City

    Hope In Our City educates and empowers refugee and impoverished families in Denver, CO. Programs include Education with Children of Hope (K-5 after school enrichment and intervention) and Fortify and Youth of Hope (engaging 6-12th graders in character and life skills development, future planning and preparation, and fun, uplifting social activities.) Their Mentorships programs include Diving into Dialogue (adult ESL class) and Family Support and Advancement (assists families to navigate documents, troubleshoot problems, find employment, connect with needed resources and more.)

    Phone303-856-3952

    Location 2615 W 12 Ave, Denver, CO 80204

    Websitehttps://www.hopeinourcity.org/

  • Huerfano-Las Animas Counties Early Childhood Council

    Huerfano-Las Animas Counties Early Childhood Council's mission is to support children and families within these counties through partnerships which promote healthy kids, families and communities through self-sufficiency. Their programs include Colorado Shines, Cooking Matters, Car Seat Safety, Expanding Quality in Infant and Toddler Care, Reach out and Read, Advocacy, Health and Wellbeing, Family Support, Farm to School, and Professional Development.

    Phone719-845-0463

    Location 412 Benedicta Ave, Trinidad, CO 81082

    Websitehttps://la-h-health.colorado.gov/services/early-childhood

  • International Rescue Committee

    The International Rescue Committee (IRC) provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America. The IRC helps make sure newly arriving refugees receive: help with rent, healthcare, nutritious affordable food, help building job, computer, and financial literacy skills, education for their children, social services and community support, and legal services towards residency and citizenship. Programs in Denver include: Reception and placement services, Employment and job readiness services, Financial capability programming, Short term financial assistance, Health education and navigation, Health insurance literacy, Family stabilization, Psychosocial support, Services for survivors of torture, and Immigration.

    Phone720-328-6655

    Location 1873 South Belaire St, 5th Floor, Denver, CO 80222

    Websitehttps://www.rescue.org/united-states/denver-co

  • Jeffco Prosperity Partners

    Jeffco Prosperity Partners (JPP) is a community, supporting families moving from poverty to prosperity through a multigenerational approach - students to diploma and parents to self-defined prosperity. JPP has grown to include over 60 community partners including government, schools, early childhood, faith groups, non-profits, foundations, community mental health, fatherhood, businesses, community members, volunteers, and many more.

    Phone720-497-7947

    Location 900 Jefferson County Parkway, Golden CO, 80401

    Websitehttps://www.jeffco.us/2716/Jeffco-Prosperity-Partners

  • Jefferson County Public Health

    Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) mission is promoting and protecting health for all people across the lifespan through prevention, education, treatment, response and regulation. JCPH programs are Emergency Preparedness, Food Policy, Healthy Communities, Healthy Living, Injury Prevention, Prenatal Babies and Children, and Substance Abuse Prevention. Within the Prenatal, Babies and Children Program, Jeffco County Public Health offers 5210 Jeffco, Breastfeeding, Nurse Home Visitation Programs, Pregnancy Related Depression, and Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and a One Stop Resource for Families with Children 0-8.

    Phone303-232-6301

    Location 645 Parfet St, Lakewood, CO 80215

    Websitehttps://www.jeffco.us/public-health

  • Love for Lily

    Through facilitated support groups, Essential Bags and grants, Love for Lily's mission is to support families in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to thriving during their stay and at home. NICU Love & Lasting Love is a program for families with babies currently in and after discharge from the NICU. Love for Lily also has programs for Bereaved Families and NICU Team education.

    Phone720-526-2556

    Location PO Box 18957, Boulder, CO 80308

    Websitehttps://www.loveforlily.org/

  • Maple Star Colorado

    Maple Start is a specialized community services agency that provides safe, stable and healing homes to children who have experienced trauma. Maple Star has a variety of services across our community, clinical, and foster care programs including Virtual Residential Program, KEEP, Parenting Time, ACES, DVR, Foster Care, and Home Studies.

    Phone303-433-1975

    Location 2250 S Oneida St. Suite 200, Denver, CO 80224

    Websitehttps://www.maplestar.net/

  • Metro Migrant Education Program

    Metro Migrant Education Program's mission is to identify, recruit and support migrant families by providing services effectively, allowing them to achieve their educational goals. The Metro program is based out of Aurora Public Schools, but support migrant students in the Denver Metro area. Support Services are Early Childhood Education, School Supplies, Medical, Dental and Vision, and Academic Support.

    Phone303-365-5817

    Location 14261 E. 4th Ave., Suite 125 Bldg 6, Aurora CO 80011

    Websitehttps://migrant-education.aurorak12.org/

  • Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

    Mile High Behavioral Healthcare offers affordable care and housing services with focused programs to address life challenges. MHBHC offers hope for individuals on a journey of recovery - recovery from trauma, substance abuse and mental health challenges, and homelessness. Services include Behavioral Health, Housing Support Team, Women and Families, LGBTQ+, Transgender Center of the Rockies, and Transcend After Care.

    Phone303-825-8113

    Location PO Box 919, Aurora CO 80040

    Websitehttps://www.milehighbehavioralhealthcare.org/

  • Mile High Early Learning

    Mile High Early Learning ensures all children thrive by cultivating every child's potential, engaging families, and championing our early learning workforce. MHEL's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is deeply embedded in their work. Programs include Montessori Inspired Education, Head Start and Early Head Start, Parent and Caregiver Support, Babies Ready for College, Short and Sweet Book Clubs, and Play and Learn Groups.

    Phone303-861-2604

    Location 616 East Speer Blvd, Denver, CO 80203

    Websitehttps://milehighearlylearning.org/

  • MotherWise

    MotherWise supports women, children and their families during pregnancy and after a baby is born. Their workshops focus on communicating, solving family problems, and proven information on caring for and connecting with a newborn. Families also receive one-on-one coaching to navigate work, life, family, and your new baby.

    Phone720-504-4624

    Location 1330 Fox Street, Denver, CO 80204

    Websitehttps://motherwisecolorado.org/

  • New Legacy Charter School

    New Legacy is a small charter school providing a safe, personalized education serving all high school students and also tailored to the unique needs of teen parents serving pregnant and parenting high school eligible students (male and female) and their children ages 0-5.

    Phone303-340-7880

    Location 2091 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010

    Websitehttps://www.newlegacycharter.org/

  • No One Left Behind

    No One Left Behind was founded to support those who risked all for the United States, our service members and diplomats. They are committed to ensuring that our allies and their families are evacuated to safety, and that when they arrive in the United States, they have adequate resources to contribute meaningfully to society as new Americans.

    Location PO Box 3641, Merrifield, VA 22116

    Websitehttps://www.nooneleft.org/

  • Physician Health Partners (Colorado Community Health Alliance – CCHA)

    Colorado Community Health Alliance was founded specifically to meet the needs of the Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) members. As a united entity, CCHA operates with a mutual goal to expand access to needed services, promote a more coordinated system of care, avoid duplication of services, improve quality of care and outcomes, and reduce costs.

    Phone303-256-1717

    Location PO Box 13406, Denver, CO 80202

    Websitehttps://www.cchacares.com/

  • Place Bridge Academy

    Place Bridge Academy is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse schools in the country serving students from all over the world, as well as students here in Denver. PBA is a magnet school providing programming for the Refugee and Newcomer students of Denver Public Schools. Programs include Athletic Activities, PBA STEM LAB, Technology, Whole Child Support, Gifted and Talented, Multilingual Educational Support, Newcomer Programming, Student Council and Student Clubs, and Denver Health Center.

    Phone720-424-0960

    Location 7125 Cherry Creek North Drive, Denver, CO 80224

    Websitehttps://place.dpsk12.org/

  • Project Worthmore

    Project Worthmore's mission is to provide programs that foster community, self sufficiency and increase quality of life amond Denver area refugees. Programs and services include English Language Program, Delany Community Farm, Community Navigators, Yu Meh Food Share, Family Partners, and Worthmore Clinic.

    Phone720-460-1393

    Location 1666 Elmira St, Aurora, CO 80010

    Websitehttps://projectworthmore.org/

  • Reflections for Women

    Reflections for Women is a 16 bed, approved Medicaid provider, where women can recover from the disease of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders in a safe and confidential environment. They provide special services to pregnant women and women with infant children under the age of 15 months where the child can reside with their mothers in treatment.

    Phone303-734-5000

    Location 3738 W Princeton Circle, Denver, CO 80236

    Websitehttps://www.artstreatment.com/reflections-for-women/

  • Sharing our Blessings Food Pantry and Resource Cafe

    Our Mission: We are a blessed group of bilingual friends, providing food and educational resources to those facing hunger and living below the poverty line. We are committed to fostering self-sufficiency within our diverse communities in Aurora, Colorado.

    Phone720-665-8296

    Websitehttps://www.sobfoodpantry.org/

  • Shiloh House

    Based in Littleton, CO, with six campuses across Colorado serving children, youth, and families, we provide residential care, educational programming, day treatment and outpatient services, as well as independent living and an extensive array of community based wrap-around services. Services include Community Programs, Beyond the Walls, Family First at Shiloh House, Shiloh Academy, Residential Services and Short Term Respite Care.

    Phone303-933-1393

    Location 6588 W Ottawa Ave, Littleton CO, 80128

    Websitehttps://shilohhouse.org/

  • The Gathering Place

    The Gathering Place (TGP) offers services to combat poverty and address the impacts of marginalization, and oppression that are often contributing factors to poverty or homelessness. Parents and children ages 0-18 are able to access wrap around services to meet basic needs and and support their long term stability in an all welcoming, kid friendly space. Programs include Meeting Basic Needs and Promoting Stability.

    Phone303-321-4198

    Location 1535 High Street, Denver, CO 80218

    Websitehttps://tgpdenver.org/

  • The Heart & Hand Center for Youth and Their Families

    Through intentionally cultivated relationships, Heart & Hand Center is able to ensure that both children and their families experience a loving community and overcome barriers. They utilize a whole child approach to empower youth to succeed academically, promote physical and emotional wellness, and expose students to new passion areas. Programs include Academic Enrichment, Health & Wellness, Family Engagement, Creative Expression, and Social Emotional Skills.

    Phone303-757-2368

    Location 2736 Welton St. #204, Denver, CO 80205

    Websitehttps://www.heartandhandcenter.org/

  • The Spring Institute

    The Spring Institutes mission is to empower people and organizations to succeed across languages and cultures. Programs offered are Adult Education and Career Pathways, Colorado Welcome Back, Advocacy, The Interpreter Network, Project Shine, anf Early Childhood Education.

    Phone303-863-0188

    Location 1373 Grant St, Denver, CO 80203

    Websitehttps://springinstitute.org/

  • The Village Institute

    The Village Institute is a holistic family support center for refugee and immigrant families in Northwest Aurora. Programs are The Little Village, Essential Careers, and Village of Many Mothers. The Village Institute helps families build wealth, worth, and wellbeing by bringing family advocacy, resource navigation, career readiness training, and mental health services all under one roof.

    Phone303-997-5483

    Location 1440 Elmira St, Aurora, CO 80010

    Websitehttps://sites.google.com/view/villageinstitute/home?authuser=0/

  • There With Care

    There With Care is bringing community and care to families with children facing a medical crisis. Programs include Transportation, Meal Delivery, Baby Essentials, Home Maintenance, Professional Services, Sibling Support, Phone and Information Technology.

    Phone303-756-2273

    Location 7808 Cherry Creek South Drive Suite 213, Denver, CO 80231

    Websitehttps://therewithcare.org/

  • Warren Village

    Warren Village exists so low-income, single parent families can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency. Their Two Generation (2Gen) approach includes 3 main program components: Safe and Affordable Housing, Parent Services and Advocacy, and Early Education and Childcare

    Phone303-321-2345

    Location 1323 Gilpin St, Denver, CO 80218

    Websitehttps://warrenvillage.org/

  • Women’s Bean Project

    Women's Bean Project is a food manufacturing business tied to a transitional employment program. They hire women who are chronically unemployed and teach them to work making nourishing products that they sell across the U.S.

    Phone303-292-1919

    Location 1300 West Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80233

    Websitehttps://www.womensbeanproject.com/

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